Music Monday – Retro 61

This weeks Music Monday Retro Mix 61

“Lady Willpower” by Gary Puckett & The Union Gap UK #5, US #2 in 1968

“Simon Says” by 1910 Fruitgum Company UK #2, US #4 in 1967

“Can’t Help Falling In Love” by Andy Williams UK #3, US #88 in 1970

Batman boogieing
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  1. Unofficial Chart Blog
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    I haven’t heard the 1st one before, the 2nd one reminded me that I was back in nursery, and the 3rd one has been covered by loads of people. All good choices.

    Happy Music Monday Steve.

  2. Comedy Plus
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    I love them all, but my favorite from this set is Lady Willpower.

    Have a fabulous day filled with wonderful music. 🙂
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  3. Rhonda Albom
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    Fun songs, but it was the hair and clothes that had me giggling today.
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  4. Joyce
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    I feel like I just took a walk down Memory Lane.
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  5. Cathy Kennedy
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    Gary Puckett & the Union Gap ~ fabulous choice! I just love this group!! I saw them in concert back in the mid-80s when some of the old bands were doing a tour. It was great fun. Andy Williams had such a great voice. I always wanted to see him live, but never had the chance. He was in our city in the early 80s for a special event downtown, and DH spoke with him briefly on the street. He said Mr. Williams was polite and grateful for the recognition. Great to see you on the dance floor this morning and thanks for the Tweet out!

  6. Hazel says:

    Of the three I know only one – Andy Williams, and it’s my first time to hear I Can’t Help… sang that way. I appreciate finding new (to me) artists today.

  7. Karren Haller
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    Love Batman, lol
    Have a great week
    Karren
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  8. Rosey says:

    Oh boy, both of my sets of grandparents loved Andy Williams!! And now of course, so do I. 🙂 Have a great Monday!

  9. Naila Moon
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    I heard Gary Puckett when they opened for the Monkeys back in the late 80’s.
    All great picks my friend, they are truly FABULOSA!
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  10. Mike Golch
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    DUDE,3 count them 3 Great Tunes,you had me rockin in my computer chair!!!!!
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  11. Rorybore
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    I am continually surprised by how many of these old songs I remember. It’s like my brain is a jukebox of musical memories.

    Bonus points for the dancing Batman. 🙂

  12. JamericanSpice
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    Yes I definitely know that one by Andy!
    Thanks for sharing your hits with us!

  13. becca
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    thanks for the dance and walk down memory lane.