Music Monday – Retroish 124

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This weeks Music Monday Retrotasticish Mix 124


“We Built This City” by Starship (1985)

“Your Mother Should Know” by The Beatles (1967)

“Show Me Love” by Sam Feldt (ft. Kimberly Anne) (2015)


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  1. Comedy Plus
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    The first two I’ve heard many times. Love them both. The last one I loved too. First time I’ve heard it though. I’m so out of touch with the new tunes.

    Have a musictastic day Steve. πŸ™‚
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  2. Rhonda Albom
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    Fun choices this week. I fear “We built this city” will be stuck in my head all day.
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  3. Create With Joy
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    Love both Jefferson Starship & Airplane!
    Fab pics as always.
    Have a tunetastic week!
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  4. Caren Gittleman
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    The first video always reminds me of Cleveland, (my home town)….they always played it because the Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame is in Cleveland! Happy Monday!

  5. Kisma
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    The Starship song takes me waaaaay back. Love the choices today!
    Happy Monday!

  6. β€œWe Built This City,β€œWe Built This City on Rock & Roll ” Man that song excites me every time I hear it. I just want to get up and dance even though I’m a lousy dancer.
    Any Beatle song is great for me. As I said, the Beatles were the bomb. I think that’s how it is said. I could be wrong. All I know is that they were great.
    As far as the last song, I’ve never heard it before but I like the basis of the song itself.
    Once again stevebethere, you’ve don’t well my friend.
    Have a brilliant, very positive, sunny Monday. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

  7. Danielle Royalegacy
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    Hey Steve! I loved listening to your choices for today, but that cat really made my day start on a brighter note!
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  8. Joyce
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    Great picks. I thought I knew every song the Beatles ever wrote. I guess not.
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  9. Patrick Weseman
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    What memories I have from Starship. Great pick.
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  10. Ian says:

    I absolutely love your first choice Steve. Such a classic. Not sure about the 2nd one, not a fan of The Beatles & I’m starting to get used to your 3rd choice. Overall – Fantabulosa choices Steve. Have a great week & Happy Music Mondayx

  11. XmasDolly
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    Dude a round of applause for you. Haven’t heard the Beatle tune in like forever. Totally cool, and the last one I never heard, but loved it. Thanks for the introduction, and the first one I shared on my hubby’s FB only because I thought it appropriate when Abe stood up and said we built this city on ROCK & ROLL!!! YEAH BABY! MAYBE OBAMA WILL LISTEN TO THAT! HAHAHAHAHA LOVE IT – THANKS SO MUCH!J HUGS

  12. Very nice line up Steve.
    I love that song We built this city!

    Hope your week is going great!