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21st June 2020

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The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Bread. Billy Joel and The Grateful Dead. The Miracles, The Marvelettes. Suzi Quatro and The Jets. The Jackson Five and Bruce Springsteen. Elvis Presley, Slade and Queen. David Bowie, The Beach Boys, Sweet. Kate Bush, Madness and The Beat. Three Dog Night and The Ramones. Pink Floyd and The Undertones. Mott The Hoople, E.L.O. Dr. Hook and Status Quo. Skeeter Davis, Iggy Pop. Aerosmith and Z Z Top. The Carpenters and Bobby Vee. Elton John and X.T.C. The Rev. Al Green and Steeley Dan. The Who, The Jam and Steeleye Span. Herman's Hermits, The Osmonds, Free. David and Eva Cassidy. Nirvana, Love and Wishbone Ash. The Four Tops, Blondie and The Clash. The Moody Blues, Deep Purple, Mud. Frankie Goes To Hollywood. The Eagles, Crosby, Stills and Nash. Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash. Alice Cooper, The Shangri Las. The Kinks. The Birds. The Doors. The Cars. The Seekers, T. Rex, Cilla Black. The Drifters, Cream and Fleetwood Mac. The Bee Gees and John Mellencamp Santana, Sparks and Supertramp. The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown. ..And all the music from Motown. ***

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Date: 7/18/2020 9:08:00 AM
You sound too much like we played similar tunes or listen to them on the Juke box but I can remember my first , Fats Domino, and if he is not on your list , I am older than you or you will be put in detention, old school style.
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Gary Radice
Date: 7/18/2020 9:29:00 AM
Cheers Reggae :) The very first single I bought was "Moon River" by Greyhound. It was a Top 10 UK hit in 1971. I was 10. I don't have any Fats Domino vinyl but loved his 'Blueberry Hill'..particularly how it was used on the soundtrack of Bowie's film ' The Man Who Fell To Earth" Cheers :) Gary
Date: 6/24/2020 9:31:00 PM
I don't think you missed anyone, Cary! The 60's were something else, weren't they?! Peace, Gershon
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Gary Radice
Date: 6/25/2020 3:34:00 AM
I love the music of the sixties Gershon and the seventies..and a bit from the eighties..and not so much from the nineties..and I don't have any time for the music today..:) I've come to the conclusion that the music you grow up with stays with you for life. Cheers :) Gary
Date: 6/23/2020 1:59:00 AM
Ah Gary..a rhyming stroll ... a memory lane..musically and technologically.
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Gary Radice
Date: 6/23/2020 3:38:00 AM
Thank you Brian! I really appreciate your visit and comments. It's only been a few days and already I miss your contests - they encouraged me to keep going and not to compromise in order to please the judge. :) On the vinyl front, all the old classics have been re-released and are regularly in the Album charts...so there's hope for my poetry yet! :)
Date: 6/21/2020 5:26:00 PM
Hello Gary Radica, I remember some of these music. They are still my fav. I have some of thes music CD's i listen to them often. Enjoy your evening my friend.
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Darlene De Beaulieu
Date: 6/22/2020 1:37:00 PM
Hello Gary Radica, I listen to music in the morning and sometimes in the afternoon. Enjoy your day my friend.
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Gary Radice
Date: 6/22/2020 3:17:00 AM
Hi Darlene! Thank you for your comments. I'm listening to some of the music as I type. Cheers :) Gary
Date: 6/21/2020 1:28:00 PM
60s &70s was a great time for music with real singers with fantastic voices... Great poem
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Gary Radice
Date: 6/21/2020 2:01:00 PM
Thanks Silent One! Agreed..They were great years for music. In truth I could have written a lot more verses :)