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 on: Today at 04:29:41 PM 
Started by Wayne L. - Last post by In My Life
No one told me this was going to happen! It's really coming down.


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 on: Today at 03:35:08 AM 
Started by Hombre_de_ningun_lugar - Last post by Hombre_de_ningun_lugar
I'd rather stay out of this particular discussion except to say that very few, if any, issues are black and white.

I respect your decision. And I don't think this issue is black and white either. I just think there are two bad and unfair extremes: savage capitalism and communism. In the former system freedom is privileged over equality; and the opposite happens in the latter system. I'd like a moderate capitalism where anyone can progress with his/her own effort but without trespassing an absurd limit. And I don't believe in giving the same to everyone, but I do believe in promoting the equality of opportunities, or at least reducing the disadvantages that many people suffer due to their unfortunate origin. A starting point would be considering that education and health are rights and not privileges.

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 on: Today at 03:01:07 AM 
Started by Mr Mustard - Last post by In My Life
Sorry I nicked Georgy Girl and Downtown but I loved them and I would have been short without them!

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 on: Today at 02:59:36 AM 
Started by Mr Mustard - Last post by In My Life
I'm going to take a nostalgic approach, too. The first 11 songs are from my collection of 45's. I was too young to buy records until about 1971 but I remember playing these on the little record player I got for my 5th birthday in 1968. Somehow these left the older kids' collections and took up residency with my Disneyland records. The rest are songs that I remember hearing on the radio at the time they were popular and that I liked.

In no particular order...

1. Let's Spend the Night Together/Ruby Tuesday-The Rolling Stones (I know, I know but it's a double A side.)

2. All Day and All of the Night - The Kinks (The first record my brother ever bought.)

3. Washington Square - The Village Stompers

4. Party Doll - The Hullaballoos

5. Born to be Wild - Steppenwolf

6. Blowin' in the Wind - Peter, Paul and Mary (When my sister bought this the guy that owned the record store called it "Baloney in the Wind". She was not amused.)

7. Thank the Lord for the Night Time - Neil Diamond

8. In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida - Iron Butterfly

9. Love is Blue - Paul Mauriat

10. Light My Fire - The Doors

11. True Love Ways - Peter and Gordon

12. Windy - The Association

13. Georgy Girl - The Seekers

14. Downtown - Petula Clark

15. Happy Together - The Turtles

16. Hanky Panky - Tommy James and the Shondells

17. Winchester Cathedral - The New Vaudeville Band

18. The House of the Rising Sun -  The Animals

19. Mr. Tambourine Man - The Byrds

20. Mr. Bassman - Johnny Cymbal (I don't remember it on the radio and I don't have the record but it gets an honorable mention. My brother used to play it just to hear me scream, until my dad broke it over his head. And I remember.)






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 on: Today at 01:46:31 AM 
Started by Hombre_de_ningun_lugar - Last post by In My Life
I'd like to know your opinion whether I agree with you or not. In fact, I tend to learn from different opinions than mine. But if you don't feel comfortable doing that, I don't want you to feel forced.

I'd rather stay out of this particular discussion except to say that very few, if any, issues are black and white.

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 on: Today at 01:21:47 AM 
Started by Mr Mustard - Last post by Mr Mustard
Just to clarify Mr.M, are we just making a list of songs we like or a list that is somewhat more representative of the era and one that would be more acceptable to the listening public?  I guess what i'm saying is, are we trying to leave out the more obscure and going with a more radio friendly theme?

Entirely up to you tkitna.

I myself went down the "personal favourites" route. A "decade definitive/representative of the era" list would have been very different had I decided to take that option - I would have certainly included Dylan, Motown etc etc

Loving all the lists you guys are generating; some great stuff so far, keep it up! :)

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 on: Today at 12:16:36 AM 
Started by Mr Mustard - Last post by Moogmodule
I've taken a more nostalgic approach then trying to pick a 60s best of. I can now add to my initial 14. I''m also avoiding nicking from others lists so I've left off It's Gonna Be Alright by Gerry and the Pacemakers and Look Through Any Window by The Hollies. It's Gonna Be Alright was pretty much the only GatP song I liked to any great degree. Luckily there's a few Hollies ones I remember fondly



Funny How Love Can Be - The Ivy League
Arnold Layne - The Pink Floyd
Sorry Suzanne  - The Hollies


I have three more spots to use wisely!





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 on: Yesterday at 10:30:19 PM 
Started by Mr Mustard - Last post by tkitna
You repeated Fleetwood Mac Kev. You'll need another when thinking of your list.  Lol

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 on: Yesterday at 05:31:52 PM 
Started by Mr Mustard - Last post by nimrod
Green manilishi..Fleetwood Mac
Man of the World..  Fleetwood Mac
Waterloo Sunset..Kinks
America..The Nice
Tears of a Clown..Smokey Robinson
Mr Fantasy..Traffic
See Emily  Play...Pink Floyd
Paint it Black..Stones
Whiter Shade of pale...Procal Harem
Summertime Blues...Blue Cheers
Bad To Me..Billy J Kramer

Thinking...

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 on: Yesterday at 02:45:08 PM 
Started by Mr Mustard - Last post by tkitna
Think i'll go with a little combination.

Stop Stop Stop - Hollies
Its Gonna Be Alright - Gerry and the Pacemakers
Do it Again a Little Bit Slower - Jon and Robin
Just Like Me - Paul Revere and the Raiders
The Little Old Lady From Pasadena - Jan and Dean
Things I Should Have Said - Grass Roots
California Dreamin - Mamas And the Papas
Turn Down Day - Cyrkle
Baby Its You - Smith
Gimme Gimme Good Lovin - Crazy Elephant
Pictures Of Matchstick Men - Status Quo
Liar, Liar - Castaways
California Sun - Rivieras
You Showed Me - Turtles
The Rain, The Park, and Other Things - Cowsills
Reach Out Of The Darkness - Friends And Lovers
Over Under Sideways Down - Yardbirds
Solitary Man - Neil Diamond
Uptight - Stevie Wonder
Valleri - Monkees

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