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  1. Comedy Plus says:

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    Loved them all Steve.

    That graphic of Mr. Bean cracks me up.

    Thank you for having me on your sidebar.

    Have a musictastic day my friend. 🙂
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    Excellent retro tunes, Steve! Thanks for the dance! 😉 Have a great week!
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    Steve, The only song I know is The Impossible Dream, but this is the first time hearing Diana Ross and the Temptations cover. Also, your other songs are new-to-me. Thanks for the vintage tune intro. Have a tunetastic week, my friend!

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    Never heard the first or the last… although I have heard of the Delfonics… You rock dude! Well, time to go make my potato salad. Come on over my friend I’ll feed you like a king!!! We got burgers, dogs, potato salad cole slaw, chips and….. dot ta da da BEER! WOO HOO! LET’S PARTY!!! My door is always open for you! hugs

  5. Fred says:

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    Going old school this week! Wasn’t familiar with any of these 3 songs so gave them all a spin … and the clear winner was Clout’s Substitute – really enjoyed it! Don’t think I’ve even heard of the band before, but I will investigate further as that song is pretty good.
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  6. Naila Moon says:

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    I have always loved Diana Ross.
    I am telling you, your pointy finger up there is getting tired. lol

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  7. Rhonda Albom says:

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    I’m not too familiar with these but they are fun.
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  8. Colette S says:

    So The Delfonics were the first to sing this song! I always thought it was that other band…(can’t remember her name for trying!)

    I enjoyed your list Steve.

    Have a restful weekend!