Music Monday – Retroish 161

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This weeks Music Monday Retrotasticish Mix 161

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To Sir With Love ♫ by Lulu (1966-7)

Tears Of A Clown ♫ by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles (1970)

Crazy All My Life ♫ by Daniel Powter (2013)

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  1. Comedy Plus
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    Love the first two the best. I listened to both of these way more than a few times.

    I love being featured on your sidebar. Thank you ever so much.

    Have a musictastic day Steve. 🙂
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  2. Rosey says:

    Smokey’s voice… so smooth and mellow!! I’ve always liked to hear him sing.

  3. You know Steve, you always seem to have wonderful songs and of course they pertain in some way about my life. After the end of my first year as a teacher my first class ( 40 wonderful kids ) took me into a room and wanted to sing me a song and guess what was that song? You named it. ♫ To Sir With Love ♫ . It was so hard for me not to cry and I was very appreciated for the thought those sweet kids and even to this day I still see many of them in Amherstburg. Crazy wasn’t it.
    Now the second song, ♫ Tears Of A Clown ♫ by Smokey Robinson & The Miracles also was important since I live right across the Detroit River from Motown. Many of the most important singers were there during my young life and I also met Stevie Wonder when I was working over at Bob Lo, an amusement park where Stevie Wonder came over one day with his people. He was very respectful to everyone and even spent some time with me and a couple of others on the island. Fantastic wasn’t it.
    Thanks again for the music that always brings me back to my youth.

    Have a fantastic Day my thoughtful friend. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

    • stevebethere
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      Nice comment Paul you must have loved teaching, I was 11 when To Sir With Love came out and I remember it then Lulu is still going strong here.

      Thanks for cruisin by 🙂

  4. Patrick Weseman
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    Great classic songs that just timeless.
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  5. Marg says:

    I love the first two songs and am not familiar with the third one. This is fun having nice songs every Monday. You have a great day.

  6. Cathy Kennedy
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    Steve, Smokey Robinson has such a smooth voice. I just love his style! My youngest niece met him Smokey once. He comes across as really nice guy on talk shows or posing with fans in photographs. I think I would like to meet him one day, too. Thanks for the dance!

    ~Curious as a Cathy
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  7. Marie Moody
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    Oh my, I did things you would do all weekend long. Whew!!!! hahahahaha I wish! Anyway, cool tunes. I haven’t heard these in forever… I’ve never heard the last one though… and if I did I sure don’t remember it. Have a rockin’ week my friend… and you need to make me a list so I know when I’m doin’ something you would do… Crazytastic tunes!!!

  8. Colette S
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    Ooh I love that Daniel Powter song! The kids and I always dancing!

    Thanks for sharing the theme Steve.

    Have a blessed week!