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Greatest era of music, glad I was there to enjoy it all.

 

Bob Seger - Night Moves

 

Bread - Make It with You

Player - Baby Come Back 1977

 

America - Tin Man

 

Foreigner-I Want To Know What Love Is

Lou Gramm and Foreigner nominated for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 2024

 

Bob Dylan &Tom Petty - Knockin' On Heaven's Door (1986) Live

 

Tom Petty - You Don't Know How It Feels

 

The Beatles - Don't Let Me Down

 

3 Dog Night - Mama Told Me Not To Come (1970)

 

The Traveling Wilburys - End Of The Line

 

Bruce Hornsby And The Range - The Way It Is (Official HD Video)

 

Alexander O'Neal - If You Were Here Tonight 12inch and LP version HQ vinyl 96k 24bit Audio

 

“I Wanna Be Closer” (extended remix) - Switch on, “ 1978

 

Boz Scaggs The Dukes of September - Lowdown (Live)

 

Paul Young - Everytime You Go Away (Official Video)

 

Kansas - Dust in the Wind (HQ)

 

America - A Horse with No Name (2001 Remaster)

 

Earth, Wind & Fire - Let's Groove (Official HD Video)

 

The Whispers - In The Mood (Official Video)

 

The Commodore

 

 

 

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Sorry Adam - all of them a little after my time - however - if you showed a British big band of the 50s - or even

a Bill Haley - Rock around the Clock - I might make a comment;)

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38 minutes ago, John Heaton said:

Sorry Adam - all of them a little after my time - however - if you showed a British big band of the 50s - or even

a Bill Haley - Rock around the Clock - I might make a comment;)

I grew up with big bands as well as I was born in the early 40s these are songs I listened to in the 70s & 80s long after high school. 

 

 

 

 

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Bill Haley wasn't the first.

Rockett 88 is considered the first rock&roll song in 1951.

Jackie sang it and the band was Ike Turners band, yes Tina Turners husband.

 

Rocket 88 cover band

 

 

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I have to admit - never heard of the 88s - but - Wow! - they have the beat

I looked up some of my favourite British bands - Ted Heath etc - but the vids were so old the sound was not too good

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33 minutes ago, John Heaton said:

I have to admit - never heard of the 88s - but - Wow! - they have the beat

I looked up some of my favourite British bands - Ted Heath etc - but the vids were so old the sound was not too good

These are remastered songs John, so they sound a bit better.

Stardust

 

Autumn Leaves

 

 Sunny Side Of The Street

 

 

 

 

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Thanks for those Adam - the one with Ronnie Verrell on the drums - I remember as if it was yesterday - at the 

Olympia ballroom in Blackpool on my 18th - 1953

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70's and 80's are more my era of music Adam. 

But I recall some of the other songs you had.

I wasn't sure what I was doing, but then again

I still don't.

Nice collection Adam.👍

cheers

Gumby

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