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Songs that suit a hot sunny day.

anyone coming here for a holiday must consider this festival in Co.Clare..days of utter fun.

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Loved this then..and still today- thought it was Hall & Oates when i first heard it .

A certain Squeeze of 3 years this reminda me of.

Kirkby Bellars Vs Bulwell..what a mis-match.

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Before Smashie & Nicey destroyed it..this was a Mortimers/ Sal special.

Randy Bachman and co.knew how to rock..1974 at Devils Bridge Railway..or what?

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Pipeline, by the Surfaris. Brilliant !

Edited ...... It was the Chantays......... Senior moment !

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Got it ! Wipe Out was by the Surfaris.

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The ultimate sizzler.

Stephen Desper..the mixdown engineer..craftily moved two tape heads very close together on his Philips Recorder..the millisecond gap gave ..and made the sound and song a hit!

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This song was issued here by Vanity Fair, but this was I think the original.  Produced by the the Beach Boys manager (Dad) after they sacked him...

 

 

 

I feel sooooooo old! 

 

Col

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On 5/12/2018 at 8:53 AM, FLY2 said:

Pipeline, by the Surfaris. Brilliant !

Edited ...... It was the Chantays......... Senior moment !

 

 

They were very respectful to Mr Welk..  :)

 

 

 

 

Col

 

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Found a better upload. :)

 

 

 

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A cracker from Steve & the boys..taking me to summer love and Silverdale.

Barnfield if i recall ?

Colt 45 beer / postmans knock..and then some!

Shame a band member of Cockney Rebel perished in the Lockerbie terrorist aircraft bombing.

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summer indeed..paying homage to an actor who fell ill on this day 1999 and passed away later.

The only actor to have appeared on film with Elvis & The Beatles.

Starred in Saturday Night Sunday Morning....come 'ed for Norman Rossington.

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Escaping the skateboard panic and sherwood Rise..me & a mate ended up in Portsmouth..staying on a boat and mudlarking for cannonballs.

Flowers beer, ringing Mum, and waiting for college.

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Flowers Beer - Stanley Unwin - "The Flowery Keg".

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I know the BBC used this, but 1975 was a great summer.

Asfordby,Abbey Crunch and Abba.

This from Atlantic Crossing LP.

 

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Carefree, i think this song is filed under.Falling asleep on a hot 44 bus...and waking up at the Swinger.

Daring to wear a Brutus short sleeve to school...Roger Taylor at Wimbledon and sneaking out to Fourboys for Vimto in Silverdale.

'If You Leave Me Now' by Chicago ...

Ciders in the Sal and snogging on the Castle.

Payphone bootie calls- stacks of 2p's for you to call.

Still had to light the fire when it was sweltering..or no bath water.

Who was Denis Howell anyway?

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A bit before my time ...but i get the sentiment.Beeston-_Lido-_Photograph-from-the-_AlanBeeston Lido.

However i do recall Jug Music and this sizzler.

 

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