katyjay

That Song reminds me of......

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You've got taste Carni especially wiht Let's Jump The Broomstick - 1st 'proper' single I bought and I've still got it along with most of Brenda's vinyl albums. Ah memories!

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I love to listen to Jack Scott singing a ballad and 'With Your Love' from 1958 is one of my favourites.

There is no better song to listen to as you're cuddled up to your loved one.

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Listening and dancing to this at the end of a soul night out.

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Great memories came back to me today,because 'Herb Alpert' is 80 today,i remember his song (with the Tijuana brass) in the late 60s 'This guys in love with you' and although we divorced many years ago my ex sent me a text reminding me he was now 80,and did i feel old?...(cheeky Git )

Told her 'yes' but only a bit,then we had a good laugh.........its ok we have always remained friends,her and my now wife of nearly 30 yrs are best friends,and even go out together on occasions...........funny old world ain't it,.....lol.

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Even stranger catfan,when a few years ago at a family funeral at Bulwell all 3 of the ladies i wed plus an ex fiance turned up.... :biggrin:

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I didn't know that the Isle of Wight Festival had cat-strangling contests.

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Our Monty make a similar noise when he's squaring up for a fight.

That row is an embarrasment to music.

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Our song with my ex was Everlasting Love, by the Love Affair. Well that didn't last !!!!!

Nowadays, MY favourite songs change daily, but I will always love the blues, Allman Brothers, Rory and Thin Lizzy.

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Really hard to choose. Seems like all of the early 60s music pack some pretty powerful memories for me. It was a great era.

Remember smooching at Colemans tio that tune "hey Paula". "I wanna marry you." What was I thinking!!!?

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I MUST start listening to more music,in the car i'm permantently tuned in to radio 4,but when i switched on at 5am this morning the wife went out last night and it was still on a music channel,and i got 'Light my fire' by Lulu followed by 'when will i see you again' by the 'three degrees',great songs which put me in a great mood,even that early.

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When we were all younger, our favourites were all pop songs, but now we are older, I tend to think we like a more mature and musically complex type of song.

I found this on an Allman Brothers site.

Music speaks what cannot be expressed.

Softens the mind and gives it rest.

Heals the heart and makes it whole.

Flows from heaven to the soul.

What more can you say. Bl00dy brilliant !!!!!

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This record makes the hairs on the back of my neck stand on end.

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If you want the hairs to stand up on your neck then try these three which do it for me.

Soulshine...... The Allman Brothers.

Mountain Cry....... Blues Traveler with Gregg Allman

I'll be holding on....... Gregg Allman

Definately not pop, but great songs.

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The sweetest feeling/ 123/ sweet talking guy/ downtown...these songs make me glad I love music.

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WHEN me and the wife first started 'Sparking' early 80s,............'Arthurs theme' Christopher Cross, still both get mushy when we hear it, :)

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I just had a listen to your song on You Tube benjamin. I didn't realise which one it was until the opening chord. What a lovely song for you both to get mushy over. :)

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Glad you like it 'carnie',i even give her my rendition on occasions, :)

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Oh No, That's going to far! :huh: Are you sure Donna goes all mushy for the reason you think! :biggrin:

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1969 my wife to be threw her engagement ring at me and I came back from Buxton to Nottingham.

1970 on a visit to Buxton I walked into my favourite night club and saw her dancing with another guy. Montego Bay by Bobby Bloom came over the speakers, he got my elbow, I got the dance and the girl. Married 1971 without an engagement ring and still in love.

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