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Monday, July 23, 2018

Another Musical Monday

Let's hope this plays, it's one of my favourites:


Nick Lowe: I Knew the Bride When She Used To Rock and Roll

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  1. Shades of Chuck Berry and "You Never Can Tell"...

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    1. Grace; I'd forgotten "You Never Can Tell", thank you for reminding me.

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  2. Not a song I had ever heard. And I do hope that she can STILL rock and roll.

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    1. Elephant's Child; NEVER? Then I'm glad I put it here for you. I'm sure she can and will still rock and roll.

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  3. Hmm, now i wonder how long it will last. Great song.

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    1. messymimi; if the clip is anything to go by, it didn't even last as long as the reception...

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    1. joeh; new to you too? But it's an oldie from last century.

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  5. Never heard that one. The video was great. Do THE PONY! Heh, heh, that makes me chuckle extra, just because of THE PONY.

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    1. Val; I'm honestly surprised that so many of you haven't heard this before. I guess it only got played here in Australia, where it was very popular. I hadn't made that PONY connection.

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  6. She'll ditch the dweeb of a husband, have the marriage annulled (hours after the wedding is no problem), head into the sunset with the cool guy. Why, oh why did she choose such a loser?

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    1. Susan Kane; why indeed? That would be the question of the year.

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  7. It didn't make it to my charts either. Think if it had, it would have been a hit here also.

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    1. Arkansas Patti; I'm sad that so many of you have never heard this before.

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  8. I never heard that song before, but I like it. They should have a similar song (or at least one verse) for us grannies... WE used to rock 'n' roll, too!

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    1. Susan; It's a great song isn't it? I remember rocking and rolling too, but never very well, I didn't actually learn the moves, but that doesn't stop me even now, from bopping around to music while I dry the dishes.

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  9. It appears both you and I are feeling the music, River! :)

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    1. Lee; there's not enough music in my life these days, what with family stuff, TV, computer and a stack of books half a mile high all calling for my attention.

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  10. Hi River! I'm at work and my computer here doesn't have sound...most likely so I can't goof off listening to music! Ha! I'll check it out when I get home! Hugs!

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    1. Becky; I hope you do remember to check it out, it will get your toes tapping.

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  11. Oh wow, I really liked it! And I am another who never heard it, but it would've been a hit here, I'm sure. Don't be sad so many of us never heard it...be happy you introduced us to new music! Maybe you can start a new thing! Remember when practically all of us bloggers had a Playlist on our blogs? I loved setting that up with so many favorite songs!

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    1. Unknown; musical Monday isn't a new thing, it used to run here every Monday for about three years, until I got annoyed that suddenly so many clips weren't able to be played in a different country and then I quit. Now I just put up a song when the mood strikes me. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Where are you from?

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