Music Monday – Retro Mix 13

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This weeks Music Monday Retro Mix 13

1. “Tired Of Being Alone” Al Green which charted in 1971 UK #4 and U.S #11 Charts.

2. “What Is Love” by George Harrison which charted in 1971 U.S #10 charts.

3. “Ghetto Child” by Detroit Spinners charted in 1973 UK at #7 U.S #29 and U.S R&B #4

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  1. Ane says:

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    All new to me but loved listening, truly oldies but goodies! πŸ™‚

    better late than never right? πŸ˜› See you on next week’s Music Monday! πŸ˜€

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    I got mixed up last week too seeing all different stuff. I thought I was off πŸ˜€

    Love the videos.

    Happy music week πŸ™‚

  3. Lynn says:

    These are great. Thanks for sharing.

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    Interesting! I haven’t heard of any of these. Thanks for the music education. πŸ™‚

    Have a great week.

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  5. Hazel says:

    Glad you featured George Harrison. It’s nice to hear what music was like when I was an infant πŸ™‚

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    Great selections. The George Harrison was my favorite.

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  7. Naila Moon says:

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    Hey some great retro mixes here. What happened to the theme you picked though? lol

    Seriously, love the Soul Train flashback too…such a great show dedicated to music.

    ~Naila Moon

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  8. Xmasdolly says:

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    I haven’t heard these songs in so long. They’re great to hear once again to reminisce. Great choices my friend. Thanks for sharing & joining us.

  9. Lucy says:

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    Great choices, so enjoyed George Harrison.
    Have a wonderful week.

  10. Mike Golch says:

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    Never heard ghetto life before.thanks for shareing that one.

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  11. Rorybore says:

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    LOVE the Al Green one. fabulous.

    Great topic today – really enjoyed doing this one.

  12. Joyce says:

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    These are all great selections. I especially love the Al Green clip. Did you hear Barack Obama sing Al Green? He actually sings well and is a great leader too. No matter what Sandee says, I LOVE our president!

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  13. Wayne says:

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    Very cool choices there…

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  14. Rosey says:

    Diggin’ the George Harrison…and the flashbacks to Souuuuuuuuuuuuuul Train. I loved that show, lol.

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    Never heard these ones before.

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    Loved the songs! Mine’s pretty retro this week, too….but not quite this retro πŸ™‚

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  17. Liz says:

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    Great choices again. Happy MM Steve.

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  18. Comedy Plus says:

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    Wow some oldies today. Love it Steve.

    Have a terrific day filled with your favorite music. πŸ™‚

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