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Moved into our new home today,,now sat quietly apart from a little jig when the music of Dr Hook gets too much to sit still, The site seems to have got back to its friendly ways,,so I'm back,,

Hey, Ayup Ben, pleased to see you back and sorry you’ve had health issues but hope you settle into your new home quickly.  Did you get out before the rent man called?   Just hope that a few of th

I’d be really angry if the removal company had lost our chairs when we moved house 

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Brilliant voice of 'Manilow'  about the lovely 'Lola''  one of my all time favourites........

''She was a show girl..''

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Even better would be Jill O...........

She was from 'Bozer'

And very cheeky''

But i like it''' over the Border''

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What a way to start the Day.....

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Keep dancing folks...........bit of CHA CHA..........and stuff

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Another all time favourite...nothing better than a slow last Dance......by the one and only ''Drifters''

 

''Don't forget who's taking you home''

''And in whose arms you gonna be''

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That was the last dance,, honest,,

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Feel like a ''slow creep'' Duck ?

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The Sound of Music 

just for you Benjamin 1945

you can dance in the hills

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The harmonica much maligned musical instrument

Sound of Silence on harmonica, brilliant Enigma.

I like this piece of harmonica music too.

Who remembers Morton Fraser and his Harmonica Rascals or Larry Adler?

 How do they get such sounds from a little instrument. The William Tell Overture towards the end is amazing.

 

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Agree with you 100% re the harmonica Oz.

Remember the 3 Monarchs who were often on the box and Arthur Tolcher who used to try and gatecrash the end of the Morecambe and Wise show.

Larry Adler was outstanding and vastly underrated. 
Paul Jones plays a mean blues harp too.

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THE WAY WE WERE   from Breakfast at Tiffany's 

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I'll say nothing.......this hymn says it all.............have a nice day

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Such memories from this song...first recorded in the mid 60s......Millie was a Teenager from Jamaica with a great voice...remember a girl lookalike singing it to me in Rhyl of all places.......

      Sadly Millie passed away in London last year.........enjoy

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....spoiled it a bit for me seeing and hearing the inane clapping like seals by the people watching!

it would have been better (I think) if they just clapped on the off beat.

Sorry - I do like the song though

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That wasn't the original recording Margie.......dont think any clapping on the original......although i must say i enjoyed the clapping..thats why i chose that one.........

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I like some clapping - it was just a bit too much and seemed a bit staged.

but each to their own .... we’re all different 

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Good morning Ladies......

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Even with it all down......we wus getting nowhere.......

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