A handful of you who visit this site regularly are of a similar age to me. You remember Bandstand, Ed Sullivan, 45's and LP's. You also remember listening to Duke Ellington, Ray Charles, The Stones…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Victoria Woodworth Jan 11.
I've been scrolling through the iTunes library looking for songs to add to new playlists. Here is my #1 playlist. Please give me a hand by adding some of yours so I can break out of this rut that…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by andrewmicky Oct 22, 2012.
This past weekend the lovely Mrs. and I attended a Seattle Mariners game. As each Mariner comes to bat a snippet from a song plays. The song is of the player's choosing. Being an old guy whom…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Joshua Sanders Apr 26, 2012.
On December 31st I turned 63. Yep, I was a welcome tax deduction for dad and mom, on the last day of 1949. My dear mother, 87 now and spunky as ever, was a music teacher when I came aboard. We had a very cool stereo (78's and LP's, baby!) and a piano in the home when I arrived. Mom played every day. She wasn’t Ray Charles and she wasn’t Billy Payne but I sat and listened every day. Early on I had a "record player," on which I played 45's (some of you remember them). I grew up listening to…Continue
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