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Posted on Sat, Jan 28, 2006 15:28

As we age I have notice when we listen to oldies it brings us much memories of our youth. What are the 70 songs which brought many pleasant memories ?

Some of them were Light House song "Just wanna be a friend "; " To Sir with Love " can't remember the singer: Creedence Clearwater Revival " Born on the Bayou " "Heard it through the Grapevine" "Fortunate Son" " Lodi"
The Guess who " American Women " " These Eyes" " No Time "

How about you?



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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

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I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.


I remember the name Four Season, well, it sounds famaliar; if I am right I think it was late 60's or early 70's they became popular and Franky Vallie I am unsure but I think they were from the late 50's or 60's Rock and Roll, they all rised to stardom in the Buddy Holly era, well around there.

When I was in University my old roomate was from Montreal and he had all this old music from to 50's like Flash Cadillac,Billy Haley and the Comet,Ritchy Valen,Buddy Holly etc...some name I didn't even know, he just loved this era Rock % Roll. He loved to listen to Rock Around the Clock that is for sure lol.

BQ

Oh come on BQ! Franky Valley! Ya know that song... Your just too good to be true, can't take my eye's off of you, it be like heaven to touch, I wanna hold you sooo much. And if you feel like I feel , please let me know that it's real. Your just to good to be true can't take my eye's off of youuuu... He also sings that song called "My eye's adored you". which is one of my favorites.


O.K. Tasha did some checking, I couldn't remember the singer, I'll tell you why..for the last 20 years I have been mostly in Christian ,Western and Classical music..especially the piano as it has a particular romance in soft melodies, so all other kind of music I have paid little attention. There you go ha!

What is the kind of music which brings you in a calm state Tasha?

BQ

ENIGMA is awesome! Also I like Dido and I have all of the Cold Play cd's. I do like some hardcore rock though such as Disturbed's 1st cd. I also listen to some dj stuff like McNavigator which is Rave music. Do you like the Dixi Chicks and George Jones? George Jones's is the best country I think.


I've heard of the Dixie Chicks and George Jones...I think my favorite country musician is Garth Brooke and Dwight Yoakim I think I spelled his last name right.

I don't know Dido..ha! ha! hard core rock as Disturbed that is a good one because I think mostly hard rock fit this description Disturbed People.

BQ

My dad made me listen to it(Disturbed)lol, after a while I started to like it. Garth Brooks is awesome, Dwight is ok Patsy Cline is cool too.


For Female country I liked Reba McIntyre and Naomi Jugdde I think I speleed both last name right ??? For males I also enjoyed Hank William Jr.

Your father must be a bit of a wild nature ..having you listening to Disturb ...lol..I always tried to pursuade my kids to listen to soft rock, my ex was into a lot of classical music like Zaphyr and things like that.

It was easy listening etc..but the last kid, he went into heavy rock..and it also shows in his rebelious behavior; the others were in country or soft rock; shows also in there manner.

What will you do with your kid listening?

BQ

I pretty much let them all listen to what they like. They are still young. I want them to form their own opinions. Sometimes they listen to this group called Slipknot, I hate that group, can't understand what their saying and screaming. My 9 year old managed to get a hold of a Mike Jones cd which is sort of hardcore rap. I don't say anything because I feel if I start saying No, No, No they will rebel and sneak around and listen. I don't want that. I fell like if I don't make it a big deal they will get over the "I'm shocking momma" thing.


I think it is o.k. to let them know the music is not good so you can help them make wise decisions for later because a child that is very young is not famaliar with the right and wrong...we should guide them with opinions as they will use that in the future as moral compass..if you leave them to themselves they won't have that opinion which might steer them from pitfalls later...

You have to remember kids absorb words much deeper than adult..as adult we are saturated to a level...but for a kid that young it is like taking a bite from a sweet fruit or a bitter grape...words register in there conscious much deeper and will have some impact later on in their behavior in school and environment...its been proven through research, what kids watch and listen effects their behavior down the road.

BQ

I really need to clean out the X-Box downloads and throw JackAss the movie away.After I got off work yesterday evening, I bought a Duran Duran cd. Have you heard of them?


Yes, I have heard of Duran but I don't delve in this type of music, as I am mostly in Christian and Classic and the rest I don't really tune in there. It is a big turn around of the 70's music like Grand Funk Railroad, Pink Floyd,Led Zepplin and the host of them, I guess God has a different direction for my life and that is where I am now lol..

I still think it is wise to offer moral support to your son.If you both have a close relationship he will follow your guidance.

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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

BQ

I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.


I remember the name Four Season, well, it sounds famaliar; if I am right I think it was late 60's or early 70's they became popular and Franky Vallie I am unsure but I think they were from the late 50's or 60's Rock and Roll, they all rised to stardom in the Buddy Holly era, well around there.

When I was in University my old roomate was from Montreal and he had all this old music from to 50's like Flash Cadillac,Billy Haley and the Comet,Ritchy Valen,Buddy Holly etc...some name I didn't even know, he just loved this era Rock % Roll. He loved to listen to Rock Around the Clock that is for sure lol.

BQ

Oh come on BQ! Franky Valley! Ya know that song... Your just too good to be true, can't take my eye's off of you, it be like heaven to touch, I wanna hold you sooo much. And if you feel like I feel , please let me know that it's real. Your just to good to be true can't take my eye's off of youuuu... He also sings that song called "My eye's adored you". which is one of my favorites.


O.K. Tasha did some checking, I couldn't remember the singer, I'll tell you why..for the last 20 years I have been mostly in Christian ,Western and Classical music..especially the piano as it has a particular romance in soft melodies, so all other kind of music I have paid little attention. There you go ha!

What is the kind of music which brings you in a calm state Tasha?

BQ

ENIGMA is awesome! Also I like Dido and I have all of the Cold Play cd's. I do like some hardcore rock though such as Disturbed's 1st cd. I also listen to some dj stuff like McNavigator which is Rave music. Do you like the Dixi Chicks and George Jones? George Jones's is the best country I think.


I've heard of the Dixie Chicks and George Jones...I think my favorite country musician is Garth Brooke and Dwight Yoakim I think I spelled his last name right.

I don't know Dido..ha! ha! hard core rock as Disturbed that is a good one because I think mostly hard rock fit this description Disturbed People.

BQ

My dad made me listen to it(Disturbed)lol, after a while I started to like it. Garth Brooks is awesome, Dwight is ok Patsy Cline is cool too.


For Female country I liked Reba McIntyre and Naomi Jugdde I think I speleed both last name right ??? For males I also enjoyed Hank William Jr.

Your father must be a bit of a wild nature ..having you listening to Disturb ...lol..I always tried to pursuade my kids to listen to soft rock, my ex was into a lot of classical music like Zaphyr and things like that.

It was easy listening etc..but the last kid, he went into heavy rock..and it also shows in his rebelious behavior; the others were in country or soft rock; shows also in there manner.

What will you do with your kid listening?

BQ

I pretty much let them all listen to what they like. They are still young. I want them to form their own opinions. Sometimes they listen to this group called Slipknot, I hate that group, can't understand what their saying and screaming. My 9 year old managed to get a hold of a Mike Jones cd which is sort of hardcore rap. I don't say anything because I feel if I start saying No, No, No they will rebel and sneak around and listen. I don't want that. I fell like if I don't make it a big deal they will get over the "I'm shocking momma" thing.


I think it is o.k. to let them know the music is not good so you can help them make wise decisions for later because a child that is very young is not famaliar with the right and wrong...we should guide them with opinions as they will use that in the future as moral compass..if you leave them to themselves they won't have that opinion which might steer them from pitfalls later...

You have to remember kids absorb words much deeper than adult..as adult we are saturated to a level...but for a kid that young it is like taking a bite from a sweet fruit or a bitter grape...words register in there conscious much deeper and will have some impact later on in their behavior in school and environment...its been proven through research, what kids watch and listen effects their behavior down the road.

BQ

I really need to clean out the X-Box downloads and throw JackAss the movie away.After I got off work yesterday evening, I bought a Duran Duran cd. Have you heard of them?

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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

BQ

I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.


I remember the name Four Season, well, it sounds famaliar; if I am right I think it was late 60's or early 70's they became popular and Franky Vallie I am unsure but I think they were from the late 50's or 60's Rock and Roll, they all rised to stardom in the Buddy Holly era, well around there.

When I was in University my old roomate was from Montreal and he had all this old music from to 50's like Flash Cadillac,Billy Haley and the Comet,Ritchy Valen,Buddy Holly etc...some name I didn't even know, he just loved this era Rock % Roll. He loved to listen to Rock Around the Clock that is for sure lol.

BQ

Oh come on BQ! Franky Valley! Ya know that song... Your just too good to be true, can't take my eye's off of you, it be like heaven to touch, I wanna hold you sooo much. And if you feel like I feel , please let me know that it's real. Your just to good to be true can't take my eye's off of youuuu... He also sings that song called "My eye's adored you". which is one of my favorites.


O.K. Tasha did some checking, I couldn't remember the singer, I'll tell you why..for the last 20 years I have been mostly in Christian ,Western and Classical music..especially the piano as it has a particular romance in soft melodies, so all other kind of music I have paid little attention. There you go ha!

What is the kind of music which brings you in a calm state Tasha?

BQ

ENIGMA is awesome! Also I like Dido and I have all of the Cold Play cd's. I do like some hardcore rock though such as Disturbed's 1st cd. I also listen to some dj stuff like McNavigator which is Rave music. Do you like the Dixi Chicks and George Jones? George Jones's is the best country I think.


I've heard of the Dixie Chicks and George Jones...I think my favorite country musician is Garth Brooke and Dwight Yoakim I think I spelled his last name right.

I don't know Dido..ha! ha! hard core rock as Disturbed that is a good one because I think mostly hard rock fit this description Disturbed People.

BQ

My dad made me listen to it(Disturbed)lol, after a while I started to like it. Garth Brooks is awesome, Dwight is ok Patsy Cline is cool too.


For Female country I liked Reba McIntyre and Naomi Jugdde I think I speleed both last name right ??? For males I also enjoyed Hank William Jr.

Your father must be a bit of a wild nature ..having you listening to Disturb ...lol..I always tried to pursuade my kids to listen to soft rock, my ex was into a lot of classical music like Zaphyr and things like that.

It was easy listening etc..but the last kid, he went into heavy rock..and it also shows in his rebelious behavior; the others were in country or soft rock; shows also in there manner.

What will you do with your kid listening?

BQ

I pretty much let them all listen to what they like. They are still young. I want them to form their own opinions. Sometimes they listen to this group called Slipknot, I hate that group, can't understand what their saying and screaming. My 9 year old managed to get a hold of a Mike Jones cd which is sort of hardcore rap. I don't say anything because I feel if I start saying No, No, No they will rebel and sneak around and listen. I don't want that. I fell like if I don't make it a big deal they will get over the "I'm shocking momma" thing.


I think it is o.k. to let them know the music is not good so you can help them make wise decisions for later because a child that is very young is not famaliar with the right and wrong...we should guide them with opinions as they will use that in the future as moral compass..if you leave them to themselves they won't have that opinion which might steer them from pitfalls later...

You have to remember kids absorb words much deeper than adult..as adult we are saturated to a level...but for a kid that young it is like taking a bite from a sweet fruit or a bitter grape...words register in there conscious much deeper and will have some impact later on in their behavior in school and environment...its been proven through research, what kids watch and listen effects their behavior down the road.

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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

BQ

I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.


I remember the name Four Season, well, it sounds famaliar; if I am right I think it was late 60's or early 70's they became popular and Franky Vallie I am unsure but I think they were from the late 50's or 60's Rock and Roll, they all rised to stardom in the Buddy Holly era, well around there.

When I was in University my old roomate was from Montreal and he had all this old music from to 50's like Flash Cadillac,Billy Haley and the Comet,Ritchy Valen,Buddy Holly etc...some name I didn't even know, he just loved this era Rock % Roll. He loved to listen to Rock Around the Clock that is for sure lol.

BQ

Oh come on BQ! Franky Valley! Ya know that song... Your just too good to be true, can't take my eye's off of you, it be like heaven to touch, I wanna hold you sooo much. And if you feel like I feel , please let me know that it's real. Your just to good to be true can't take my eye's off of youuuu... He also sings that song called "My eye's adored you". which is one of my favorites.


O.K. Tasha did some checking, I couldn't remember the singer, I'll tell you why..for the last 20 years I have been mostly in Christian ,Western and Classical music..especially the piano as it has a particular romance in soft melodies, so all other kind of music I have paid little attention. There you go ha!

What is the kind of music which brings you in a calm state Tasha?

BQ

ENIGMA is awesome! Also I like Dido and I have all of the Cold Play cd's. I do like some hardcore rock though such as Disturbed's 1st cd. I also listen to some dj stuff like McNavigator which is Rave music. Do you like the Dixi Chicks and George Jones? George Jones's is the best country I think.


I've heard of the Dixie Chicks and George Jones...I think my favorite country musician is Garth Brooke and Dwight Yoakim I think I spelled his last name right.

I don't know Dido..ha! ha! hard core rock as Disturbed that is a good one because I think mostly hard rock fit this description Disturbed People.

BQ

My dad made me listen to it(Disturbed)lol, after a while I started to like it. Garth Brooks is awesome, Dwight is ok Patsy Cline is cool too.


For Female country I liked Reba McIntyre and Naomi Jugdde I think I speleed both last name right ??? For males I also enjoyed Hank William Jr.

Your father must be a bit of a wild nature ..having you listening to Disturb ...lol..I always tried to pursuade my kids to listen to soft rock, my ex was into a lot of classical music like Zaphyr and things like that.

It was easy listening etc..but the last kid, he went into heavy rock..and it also shows in his rebelious behavior; the others were in country or soft rock; shows also in there manner.

What will you do with your kid listening?

BQ

I pretty much let them all listen to what they like. They are still young. I want them to form their own opinions. Sometimes they listen to this group called Slipknot, I hate that group, can't understand what their saying and screaming. My 9 year old managed to get a hold of a Mike Jones cd which is sort of hardcore rap. I don't say anything because I feel if I start saying No, No, No they will rebel and sneak around and listen. I don't want that. I fell like if I don't make it a big deal they will get over the "I'm shocking momma" thing.

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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

BQ

I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.


I remember the name Four Season, well, it sounds famaliar; if I am right I think it was late 60's or early 70's they became popular and Franky Vallie I am unsure but I think they were from the late 50's or 60's Rock and Roll, they all rised to stardom in the Buddy Holly era, well around there.

When I was in University my old roomate was from Montreal and he had all this old music from to 50's like Flash Cadillac,Billy Haley and the Comet,Ritchy Valen,Buddy Holly etc...some name I didn't even know, he just loved this era Rock % Roll. He loved to listen to Rock Around the Clock that is for sure lol.

BQ

Oh come on BQ! Franky Valley! Ya know that song... Your just too good to be true, can't take my eye's off of you, it be like heaven to touch, I wanna hold you sooo much. And if you feel like I feel , please let me know that it's real. Your just to good to be true can't take my eye's off of youuuu... He also sings that song called "My eye's adored you". which is one of my favorites.


O.K. Tasha did some checking, I couldn't remember the singer, I'll tell you why..for the last 20 years I have been mostly in Christian ,Western and Classical music..especially the piano as it has a particular romance in soft melodies, so all other kind of music I have paid little attention. There you go ha!

What is the kind of music which brings you in a calm state Tasha?

BQ

ENIGMA is awesome! Also I like Dido and I have all of the Cold Play cd's. I do like some hardcore rock though such as Disturbed's 1st cd. I also listen to some dj stuff like McNavigator which is Rave music. Do you like the Dixi Chicks and George Jones? George Jones's is the best country I think.


I've heard of the Dixie Chicks and George Jones...I think my favorite country musician is Garth Brooke and Dwight Yoakim I think I spelled his last name right.

I don't know Dido..ha! ha! hard core rock as Disturbed that is a good one because I think mostly hard rock fit this description Disturbed People.

BQ

My dad made me listen to it(Disturbed)lol, after a while I started to like it. Garth Brooks is awesome, Dwight is ok Patsy Cline is cool too.


For Female country I liked Reba McIntyre and Naomi Jugdde I think I speleed both last name right ??? For males I also enjoyed Hank William Jr.

Your father must be a bit of a wild nature ..having you listening to Disturb ...lol..I always tried to pursuade my kids to listen to soft rock, my ex was into a lot of classical music like Zaphyr and things like that.

It was easy listening etc..but the last kid, he went into heavy rock..and it also shows in his rebelious behavior; the others were in country or soft rock; shows also in there manner.

What will you do with your kid listening?

BQ



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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

BQ

I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.


I remember the name Four Season, well, it sounds famaliar; if I am right I think it was late 60's or early 70's they became popular and Franky Vallie I am unsure but I think they were from the late 50's or 60's Rock and Roll, they all rised to stardom in the Buddy Holly era, well around there.

When I was in University my old roomate was from Montreal and he had all this old music from to 50's like Flash Cadillac,Billy Haley and the Comet,Ritchy Valen,Buddy Holly etc...some name I didn't even know, he just loved this era Rock % Roll. He loved to listen to Rock Around the Clock that is for sure lol.

BQ

Oh come on BQ! Franky Valley! Ya know that song... Your just too good to be true, can't take my eye's off of you, it be like heaven to touch, I wanna hold you sooo much. And if you feel like I feel , please let me know that it's real. Your just to good to be true can't take my eye's off of youuuu... He also sings that song called "My eye's adored you". which is one of my favorites.


O.K. Tasha did some checking, I couldn't remember the singer, I'll tell you why..for the last 20 years I have been mostly in Christian ,Western and Classical music..especially the piano as it has a particular romance in soft melodies, so all other kind of music I have paid little attention. There you go ha!

What is the kind of music which brings you in a calm state Tasha?

BQ

ENIGMA is awesome! Also I like Dido and I have all of the Cold Play cd's. I do like some hardcore rock though such as Disturbed's 1st cd. I also listen to some dj stuff like McNavigator which is Rave music. Do you like the Dixi Chicks and George Jones? George Jones's is the best country I think.


I've heard of the Dixie Chicks and George Jones...I think my favorite country musician is Garth Brooke and Dwight Yoakim I think I spelled his last name right.

I don't know Dido..ha! ha! hard core rock as Disturbed that is a good one because I think mostly hard rock fit this description Disturbed People.

BQ

My dad made me listen to it(Disturbed)lol, after a while I started to like it. Garth Brooks is awesome, Dwight is ok Patsy Cline is cool too.

  


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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

BQ

I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.


I remember the name Four Season, well, it sounds famaliar; if I am right I think it was late 60's or early 70's they became popular and Franky Vallie I am unsure but I think they were from the late 50's or 60's Rock and Roll, they all rised to stardom in the Buddy Holly era, well around there.

When I was in University my old roomate was from Montreal and he had all this old music from to 50's like Flash Cadillac,Billy Haley and the Comet,Ritchy Valen,Buddy Holly etc...some name I didn't even know, he just loved this era Rock % Roll. He loved to listen to Rock Around the Clock that is for sure lol.

BQ

Oh come on BQ! Franky Valley! Ya know that song... Your just too good to be true, can't take my eye's off of you, it be like heaven to touch, I wanna hold you sooo much. And if you feel like I feel , please let me know that it's real. Your just to good to be true can't take my eye's off of youuuu... He also sings that song called "My eye's adored you". which is one of my favorites.


O.K. Tasha did some checking, I couldn't remember the singer, I'll tell you why..for the last 20 years I have been mostly in Christian ,Western and Classical music..especially the piano as it has a particular romance in soft melodies, so all other kind of music I have paid little attention. There you go ha!

What is the kind of music which brings you in a calm state Tasha?

BQ

ENIGMA is awesome! Also I like Dido and I have all of the Cold Play cd's. I do like some hardcore rock though such as Disturbed's 1st cd. I also listen to some dj stuff like McNavigator which is Rave music. Do you like the Dixi Chicks and George Jones? George Jones's is the best country I think.


I've heard of the Dixie Chicks and George Jones...I think my favorite country musician is Garth Brooke and Dwight Yoakim I think I spelled his last name right.

I don't know Dido..ha! ha! hard core rock as Disturbed that is a good one because I think mostly hard rock fit this description Disturbed People.

BQ



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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

BQ

I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.


I remember the name Four Season, well, it sounds famaliar; if I am right I think it was late 60's or early 70's they became popular and Franky Vallie I am unsure but I think they were from the late 50's or 60's Rock and Roll, they all rised to stardom in the Buddy Holly era, well around there.

When I was in University my old roomate was from Montreal and he had all this old music from to 50's like Flash Cadillac,Billy Haley and the Comet,Ritchy Valen,Buddy Holly etc...some name I didn't even know, he just loved this era Rock % Roll. He loved to listen to Rock Around the Clock that is for sure lol.

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Oh come on BQ! Franky Valley! Ya know that song... Your just too good to be true, can't take my eye's off of you, it be like heaven to touch, I wanna hold you sooo much. And if you feel like I feel , please let me know that it's real. Your just to good to be true can't take my eye's off of youuuu... He also sings that song called "My eye's adored you". which is one of my favorites.


O.K. Tasha did some checking, I couldn't remember the singer, I'll tell you why..for the last 20 years I have been mostly in Christian ,Western and Classical music..especially the piano as it has a particular romance in soft melodies, so all other kind of music I have paid little attention. There you go ha!

What is the kind of music which brings you in a calm state Tasha?

BQ

ENIGMA is awesome! Also I like Dido and I have all of the Cold Play cd's. I do like some hardcore rock though such as Disturbed's 1st cd. I also listen to some dj stuff like McNavigator which is Rave music. Do you like the Dixi Chicks and George Jones? George Jones's is the best country I think.

  
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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

BQ

I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.


I remember the name Four Season, well, it sounds famaliar; if I am right I think it was late 60's or early 70's they became popular and Franky Vallie I am unsure but I think they were from the late 50's or 60's Rock and Roll, they all rised to stardom in the Buddy Holly era, well around there.

When I was in University my old roomate was from Montreal and he had all this old music from to 50's like Flash Cadillac,Billy Haley and the Comet,Ritchy Valen,Buddy Holly etc...some name I didn't even know, he just loved this era Rock % Roll. He loved to listen to Rock Around the Clock that is for sure lol.

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Oh come on BQ! Franky Valley! Ya know that song... Your just too good to be true, can't take my eye's off of you, it be like heaven to touch, I wanna hold you sooo much. And if you feel like I feel , please let me know that it's real. Your just to good to be true can't take my eye's off of youuuu... He also sings that song called "My eye's adored you". which is one of my favorites.


O.K. Tasha did some checking, I couldn't remember the singer, I'll tell you why..for the last 20 years I have been mostly in Christian ,Western and Classical music..especially the piano as it has a particular romance in soft melodies, so all other kind of music I have paid little attention. There you go ha!

What is the kind of music which brings you in a calm state Tasha?

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Yes, and Led Zepp...



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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

BQ

I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.


I remember the name Four Season, well, it sounds famaliar; if I am right I think it was late 60's or early 70's they became popular and Franky Vallie I am unsure but I think they were from the late 50's or 60's Rock and Roll, they all rised to stardom in the Buddy Holly era, well around there.

When I was in University my old roomate was from Montreal and he had all this old music from to 50's like Flash Cadillac,Billy Haley and the Comet,Ritchy Valen,Buddy Holly etc...some name I didn't even know, he just loved this era Rock % Roll. He loved to listen to Rock Around the Clock that is for sure lol.

BQ

Oh come on BQ! Franky Valley! Ya know that song... Your just too good to be true, can't take my eye's off of you, it be like heaven to touch, I wanna hold you sooo much. And if you feel like I feel , please let me know that it's real. Your just to good to be true can't take my eye's off of youuuu... He also sings that song called "My eye's adored you". which is one of my favorites.


Ha! ha! Tasha,

I am still can't click Frank Valley, ther is so many musician that have come and gone it makes your head spin..lol..

Will do some checking again..have you ever heard of Pablo Cruise? They were quite a good group in the 70's...wonder if you know them. There is so much of them.

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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

BQ

I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.


I remember the name Four Season, well, it sounds famaliar; if I am right I think it was late 60's or early 70's they became popular and Franky Vallie I am unsure but I think they were from the late 50's or 60's Rock and Roll, they all rised to stardom in the Buddy Holly era, well around there.

When I was in University my old roomate was from Montreal and he had all this old music from to 50's like Flash Cadillac,Billy Haley and the Comet,Ritchy Valen,Buddy Holly etc...some name I didn't even know, he just loved this era Rock % Roll. He loved to listen to Rock Around the Clock that is for sure lol.

BQ

Oh come on BQ! Franky Valley! Ya know that song... Your just too good to be true, can't take my eye's off of you, it be like heaven to touch, I wanna hold you sooo much. And if you feel like I feel , please let me know that it's real. Your just to good to be true can't take my eye's off of youuuu... He also sings that song called "My eye's adored you". which is one of my favorites.

  


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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

BQ

I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.


I remember the name Four Season, well, it sounds famaliar; if I am right I think it was late 60's or early 70's they became popular and Franky Vallie I am unsure but I think they were from the late 50's or 60's Rock and Roll, they all rised to stardom in the Buddy Holly era, well around there.

When I was in University my old roomate was from Montreal and he had all this old music from to 50's like Flash Cadillac,Billy Haley and the Comet,Ritchy Valen,Buddy Holly etc...some name I didn't even know, he just loved this era Rock % Roll. He loved to listen to Rock Around the Clock that is for sure lol.

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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

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I don't know if this is 70's or not but my parent's used to listen to Franky Vallie and the Four Season's. I could'nt stand it. Now I know all of those songs and I love them.



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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa


Many of the younger generation enjoy the 70 and 80 music better than the Metallica stuff they have now...you could dance to it and this makes a difference. Disco was fun also.

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I still love the old classic rock: Zepplin, Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, to name a few.... I also like the old disco music too, great for dancing! I had an older sister that got me into the 70's music and to me, its still the BEST! ;)wink! Lisa



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ABBA and the Beach Boys! I like 80's music more! Did you know that Inxs came out 1977! They came famous with "Kick" LP!


Yes, I think I remember, I've been into Christian Music for so long I have forgotten a lot about the Oldies..

For Christian music I like Amy Grant, Micheal W. Smith..I have seen them in concert 4 times or more...White Heart, Petra, David Meece,Leon Patillo, Dion..so many I've seen in concerts.

How about you Angel, do you listen to Christian Music?

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bq you remember buck owens and hee haw that was a good show buck use to sing and with roy clark remember the fellows thatb sung that song they had a bunch of guys and they said funny things aggony on b is for bad luck i have no luck at all. what about buck owens song i'm a long tall texan i wear a 10 gallon hatv so don't go messing around with me or i'll break you in half


rajuncajun1,

Yes, I remember Buck Owens, my friend uncle was a member of it, the he left and we know another man also and his son is married with a cousin of mine...been a long time talking about them. But there was a couple of turn over among the Buck's band..during the years..it's been so long I have not heard the name of Buck Owens...

A group I liked was Kenny Rogers and the 1 st Edition, when they palyed on T.V. can't remember the name of the program but it was in the 70's; Do you remember it?

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ABBA and the Beach Boys! I like 80's music more! Did you know that Inxs came out 1977! They came famous with "Kick" LP!


Yes, I think I remember, I've been into Christian Music for so long I have forgotten a lot about the Oldies..

For Christian music I like Amy Grant, Micheal W. Smith..I have seen them in concert 4 times or more...White Heart, Petra, David Meece,Leon Patillo, Dion..so many I've seen in concerts.

How about you Angel, do you listen to Christian Music?

BQ

bq you remember buck owens and hee haw that was a good show buck use to sing and with roy clark remember the fellows thatb sung that song they had a bunch of guys and they said funny things aggony on b is for bad luck i have no luck at all. what about buck owens song i'm a long tall texan i wear a 10 gallon hatv so don't go messing around with me or i'll break you in half



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As we age I have notice when we listen to oldies it brings us much memories of our youth. What are the 70 songs which brought many pleasant memories ?

Some of them were Light House song "Just wanna be a friend "; " To Sir with Love " can't remember the singer: Creedence Clearwater Revival " Born on the Bayou " "Heard it through the Grapevine" "Fortunate Son" " Lodi"
The Guess who " American Women " " These Eyes" " No Time "

How about you?

the streak song who was that ray stevens huh was that 70's or 80's it goes oh yes they call him the streak boggie da boggie


I remember the song but don't remember the band..I think it was an 80 song..that is the best I can recall...probably somebody who read the thred will know and hopefully will help us out ha!

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bq remember kung fu fighting? every body wants kung fu fighting huh it is fast as lightning and elton john saturday nights all right for fighting.


Yep ! Cajun, I remember that Kung Fu fighting, it played so many time in the jukebox at the University I couldn't believe how popular it was..don't remember the Elton John song...also another popular song they had in this jukebox and the U. was Fly like an Eagle by Steve Miller Band...remember that one ?

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bq carl douglas had kung fu fighting is he still alive? remember lodi by ccr that one was cool bq oh lord i 'm stuck on lodi again i talk to guitar players and they say that lead in the song is one of the best john fogerty did


rajuncajun1,

I wouldn't know if Carl Douglas is still alive as I have not kept up with the music industry lately..as for Lodi yeah !! quite a song...but what about Born on the Bayou by CCR...doesn't this rings something famaliar to you ?

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