Music Monday – Retroish 134

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This weeks Music Monday Retrotasticish Mix 134

“To Sir With Love” by Lulu (1967)

“Gimmie Little Sign” by Brenton Wood (1967)

“Me and My Broken Heart” by Rixton (2014)

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  1. Comedy Plus says:

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    I love all three. Yes indeed.

    Have a musictastic day Steve. πŸ™‚

  2. WOW! I really enjoyed all of the songs. β€œTo Sir With Love” by Lulu (1967) was the song that my first class in 1973 sang to me when it came time to leave school for summer. I was shocked but proud that these students felt so good about me and I still see many of them today. You know my friend, the songs that you show every Monday seem to always be the ones that bring back good things from my past. Thanks a bunch stevebethere. I’m so happy that I was able to find your blog and for that I can thank Sandee, ” Comedy Plus ”
    Have a lovely Monday my friend. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

  3. Joyce says:

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    These are great songs. It good to hear them again, after a lot of years. I also love the current one. Way to achieve, Steve.

  4. Rhonda Albom says:

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    Great selection of songs I have long ago forgotten about.

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    Ahhhh yessssssssss “To Sir With Love” one of my all time faves!

  6. Rosey says:

    These are all great choices. What I’m left singing though is ‘taters gonna tate tate tate tate tate,’ lol

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    Wow, what classic songs. I love them.

  8. XmasDolly says:

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    Oldies, but Goodies! Way ta go dude! Mr. Cool himself. Brenton Wood looks like he has no neck… ewwwwww πŸ™‚ So do you have any plans this week or for the upcoming holiday? This weekend hubby plays for the Toys for Tots Run on the main stage at Batavia VFW… woo hoo cannot wait! You would love it there… nothing, but rockin’ roll & you have to donate a toy and food to get in. Pretty cool huh? Have a ghoulastic week, and may all your dreams be BOOrific!!!!

    • stevebethere says:

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      Yes he did used to dance rather strangely LMAO

      There is no holiday here in the UK at the weekend, were officially holidayless.

      Have a great time at the Toys for Tots Run and hope all goes well for hubby on stage, the only thing I have done on stage is sweep it πŸ™‚

  9. Naila Moon says:

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    I agree with Marie…we should call him, Brenton “No Neck” Wood. He looked like his head was gonna fall off. Ouch!

    I loved “To Sir With Love”!

    Can you believe I have no witty banter today…nada, zip, nothing…
    Oh, the shame!

    Hangs head and exits stage left!

  10. Mike Golch says:

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    Gotta go with “give me some kind of sign” this week!!! Loved that tune when it came out in 1967 and still do!!

  11. Kisma says:

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    lol, I love your choices! I never think to venture to far past the 80’s but love the older music!

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    Thanks for the introduction to some awesome tunes, Steve! They’re all new to me, but I love them all! πŸ™‚ And that taters gif has me chuckling like crazy… πŸ˜‰ Thanks for the dance! πŸ™‚

  13. John Holton says:

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    These were some good choices. I didn’t think I’d like the Rixton selection, but it surprised me. I haven’t heard “Gimme Little Sign” in years, and Lulu’s always a delight.

  14. Colette S says:

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    Ahh yes To Sir With Love! Isn’t that also a book/movie?

    I enjoyed your sharings Steve.

    Have a musical week!