Music Monday – Retro Mix 14

This weeks Music Monday Retro Mix 14

1. “Sister Golden Hair” America which charted in 1974 U.S #1 Charts.

2. “So You Win Again” by Hot Chocolate which charted in 1977 UK at #1 and U.S #31.

3. “Rhinestone Cowboy” by Glen Campbell charted in 1975 UK at #4 U.S #1 and U.S Country #1

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  1. Ian@Unofficial Chart Blog says:

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    All good choices Steve, haven’t heard “Sister Golden Hair” before, but I like it. . . . . . Which is nice lol. Have a great week & Happy Music Monday to you.

  2. Comedy Plus says:

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    Love them all but the first one is my favorite. Good choices Steve.

    Have a fabulous day filled with beautiful music. 🙂

  3. Joyce says:

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    This post brings back memories.

  4. Debbie says:

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    More great memories brought to the fore! Love your MM posts, Steve. Have a great week. 🙂

  5. Liz says:

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    Great choices Steve. Happy MM!

  6. Raine says:

    The first video reminds of the music found in the TV series “Supernatural,” perhaps one of Dean’s playlists 😀 Happy MM!

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    LOL – I am so old I saw America sing that song in concert in the late 70s (not sure they did that song, but I like them all).

  8. Lucy says:

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    Sister Golden and Rhinestone Cowboy,two songs I have not heard in a lifetime, wow. Have a great day!

  9. Lynn says:

    Wow… great throw backs…fun mix. Do you remember doing the “bump?”

  10. Steve says:

    Loved all the songs. They were some of my favorite pop songs that went to golden oldies and now are just called dusties.

    Have a great week!


  11. Rosey says:

    There was a time when I thought Rhinestone Cowboy was the best song on the jukebox. 🙂

    Have a Rhinestonerrific Monday. 😉

  12. Hazel says:

    I like America!
    There’s the Rhinestone Cowboy.
    What a trip down memory lane this is.


  13. Rorybore says:

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    I knew all the words to Rhinestone Cowboy…..and I am actually pretty proud of that.

  14. Marie Moody says:

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    Bwahahahahahaha I’m sorry, but all the jokes & remarks about the Rhinestone cowboy just swarmed back in my head! They sure put poor Glen Campbell down & a lot of harassment about that song, but he laughed all the way to the bank I’m sure! 🙂 I knew the first one, but not the second! Ahhhh the 70’s. My fabulous 20’s OMG I was so naive back then, but I sure grew up fast! hahahaha Thanks for sharing my friend! Have a ROCKIN’ Week!

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    Out of these selections, “Rhinestone Cowboy” was the only one I was familiar with. I always find “new” classic music when I come here!

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    I never get tired of that cowboy song!

    Thanks for rocking with us!

    Have a great week 🙂

  17. LadyJava says:

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    All good choices!
    Happy MM!