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    Some fun stuff....Found some old 45's............

    I am going through a box in my closet and found my old 45 records. Here's a partial list of some of the ones I have.....

    Love me tender
    Big Bad John
    TellStar
    Twist and Shout
    Roscoe James McClain
    That Greasy Kid Stuff
    Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me
    Little Green Apples
    My Boyfriend’s Back
    Ticket to Ride
    The Letter (Give me a ticket to an airplane, ain’t got time to take a fast train…..)
    The Lion Sleeps Tonight
    I’m a Believer
    See you in September
    What the World Needs Now is Love
    Popsicles and Icicles
    Poke Salad Annie
    Gravy (with my mashed potatoes….gimme gravy….)
    Sunday Will Never Be the Same
    I’m so Lonesome I Could Cry
    Moon River
    You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me
    Traces
    Classical Gas
    Guantanamera
    Peppermint Twist
    King of the Road

    Recognize any of these?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CathyA View Post
    Recognize any of these?
    All but 3. Do you have something to play them on?
    "Things should be made as simple as possible, but not one bit simpler." ~ Albert Einstein

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    Hi Alan. Not sure if I have an old record player. We might have DH's old one, but that's for hunting on another day. haha I sure wouldn't want to play these on a nicer record player with a good needle!
    Which 3 didn't you recognize?

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    My favorite 45 is "The Telephone Man"

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    Quote Originally Posted by CathyA View Post
    Which 3 didn't you recognize?
    Roscoe James McClain, Popsicles and Icicles, Traces. I may recognize them if I heard them but the titles don't do anything for me.

    Edited to add: Just spent a few minutes on YouTube and now I change my answer. Even after hearing it I still didn't recognize Roscoe James McClain.
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    If "Traces" is the one with "traces of love"... etc. then the only one I don't recognize is TellStar. But then, I'm usually better recognizing words to a song versus titles. Nice find - enjoy!!
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    Since we are talking about music, help me figure out something that’s been bugging me for 48 hours. Who is the 1990s pop music performer who had a big hit who dressed up in a tux and I think he played piano? I think he had female backup singers? I am trying to find a clip from Beverly Hills 90210 where Kelly and Brenda lip-synch that hit song but I can’t think of the name of the song.

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    Yeah Alan, the only thing I remember from that song is the name that they started the song out with.
    Happystuff....yes, it's Traces of Love.........("faded photographs...covered now with lines and creases...tickets torn in half, memories in bits and pieces..."
    Telstar was just an instrumental....and it had an out-of-this-world-type sound to it.
    Sorry I can't help you IL.

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    LOL Alan........I just found an audio of Rosco James McClain and have no idea why I even liked it. haha Maybe I picked up someone else's record when we had get-togethers. I hope that was it. haha

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    I think I was about 13-14 when I liked most of these. (early-mid 60's).

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