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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Frank'n'censed, Oct 14, 2017.
The third guy, Roussous, keeps giving us the finger. In fact, he keeps giving us all of them. Cool.
In the early '60's, Lawrence Welk played this number on his show, sung by Larry Hooper. It was near my bed time. Song scared the hell out of me and I hid behind my grandmother. Great song.
I believe he was the snot-nosed little brother of the BG's, and had a solo career. If he was actually in the BG's, he was a spare tire near the end.
I stand corrected! Dang you guys know your disco....
I was born in Switzerland in September 54. There is no track of number one hits back then but I managed to find the german number one which was propably the same in switzerland. lord, am I ashamed...
Great song, dude. Love that Wodka.
I was born three months after my parents moved to the U.S. If they had stayed in Europe, this would be my song:
As long as you think so...
It kills me that the vast majority of folks outside Michigan know Seger for a handful of dopey half-rock songs and the wedding reception perennial and Tom Cruise underwear dance.
Here's better :
Saw that a lot of you also checked the Country charts. Mine was the same for Pop and Country. A song for all seasons: Smoke, Smoke, Smoke that Cigarette.
It's worth reading the B Gs biography Tragedy, it is very sad they way the three younger ones finished up with only Barry and his older sister still with us
Top of the UK charts the day I was born was:
Elvis Presley - Wooden Heart
Hey, I must've been listening to this too, 4 days after you, in Glasgow!
Can’t Get Enough of Your Love Babe- Barry White
Vision of Love - Mariah Carey... can't stand her lol
Billie Jean- MJ
The tune that got me into the guitar
Venus by Frankie Avalon. I feel obligated to check it out now!
Jimmy Boyd with his holiday hit, "I Saw Mama Kissing Santa Claus."