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Thread: What's our some forgotten older songs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hobub View Post
    And for looksy as well as sound. wowsers, how about Smith.

    I had to look that one up. never even heard of them. Gayle McCormick was sure gorgeous though. Sadly lost to cancer last year

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    The songs I would name most of you guys probably haven't heard of, because you know, I'm an old person, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by warlock664 View Post
    Thanks for posting: I'd nearly forgotten that song. A James Taylor gem for sure!
    Very welcome! It's a great one.

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    Here's an oldie but goodie....a big hit that I haven't heard in many years

    Swinging On A Star



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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottA View Post
    The songs I would name most of you guys probably haven't heard of, because you know, I'm an old person, lol.
    um, you just described most of us, LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Marion View Post
    Hitchin-a-ride was a big hit in the early 70's and doesn't get replayed because it encourages the dangerous practice of Hitchhiking.

    Treat her like a lady is another that I only hear every blue moon.

    Anyhow which classics would you like to hear more often?
    I find it hard to believe Vanity Fare's "Hitchin' a Ride" doesn't get much airtime because it encourages hitchhiking. More likely that it's from 69/70 and really not that great of a song today.

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    I have Sirius XM and during the summer it's all day, all night Yacht Rock on Channel 17. Never gets old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megomania View Post
    I have Sirius XM and during the summer it's all day, all night Yacht Rock on Channel 17. Never gets old.

    -Chris
    I love "Yacht Rock" as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by megomania View Post
    I find it hard to believe Vanity Fare's "Hitchin' a Ride" doesn't get much airtime because it encourages hitchhiking. More likely that it's from 69/70 and really not that great of a song today.
    It's not a terrible song though.

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    Here's another beautiful 60's hippy chick obscure band, Shocking blue



    It's one thing to hear this on a classic rock station or in an antique store.
    It's entirely different to see them young and going at it live in concert or video in their prime!
    Last edited by hobub; Jul 10, '17 at 10:21 PM. Reason: Trying to get video to embed

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