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Foxhound 04-15-2022 11:28 AM

Re: Radio Daze
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Marshall Stack (Post 1305756)
Shoot... Nancy was hot!!



Lee Hazelwood & Nancy Sinatra - Summer Wine.

Great song! And I've heard it's about cunnilingus.

:lol:

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 04:05 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
^Did she date Eric Burdon one time?

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 04:14 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Foxhound (Post 1305780)
Well then you should have been kind enough to take your dog to see the piece performed live:



;)

Yep!... he was a black labrador named Vic... he was a smart dog- used to steal mint sweets out my pockets.. this must have been 1968...

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 04:19 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
I'm kinda doing these by years(sort of).. novelty records were big... remember Ronnie Hilton?
Hello Mother - Hello Father song?
Anyways I sure remember this and still love it today.

Sukiyaki - Kyu Sakamoto.

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 04:25 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
I used to sit brushing my Mom's hair 'playing hair salons'.. don't remember hearing until later Stranger On The Shore... but I can this:

Kenny Ball - Midnight In Moscow.

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 04:29 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
Kid put the cat amongst the pigeons and gave our radio.. Stateside Appeal ( no one told us he was Canadian!)

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 04:33 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
Warning things getting weird!

The Singing Postman - Have You Got A Light?

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 04:39 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 

The Singing Nun - Dominique.

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 04:47 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
I knew there was a shift in thought around this time, my mom attended my Parents/Teacher evening at school wearing orange Lee Coopers- short Kaftan and no shoes!! (I died, but next day I was king of the creds with 6th form!)

Simon Dupree & The Big Sound - Kites.

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 05:00 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
I'd hear songs like this at the School Dentists, because she was free- this Slavic Butcher never used anaesthetic.. she turned up BBC R.1 to drown the screams!

David McWilliams - Days Of Pearly Spencer.

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 08:00 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
The Eurovision Song Contest featured heavily on the radio and brought me closer to hearing songs and artists I would have otherwise missed... a few examples(but not necessarily the entry songs)

Cliff Richard - The Day I Met Marie.

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 08:07 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
This 1970 winner was all over the shop.

Dana- All Kinds Of Everything.

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 08:14 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
Lulu of course hit the headlines as the Eurovision tied in 1969..and like Sandie Shaw could be heard most days.. this moody tune caught my ears :

Lulu - Dreary Days & Nights.

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 08:23 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
I don't know about Canada or the States but radio dj's were treated like royalty and commanded huge sums.. terrible that many committed sexual offences and the state broadcaster turned a blind eye!

Marshall Stack 04-15-2022 08:48 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
Like Galloping Home from Black Beauty, Lightning Tree from Follyfoot Farm. TV theme tunes charted and surfaced on MW, LW and SW-
Jackie Lee was a dish!.. think she hailed from Clontarf in Dublin?

Jackie - White Horses.

Foxhound 04-15-2022 09:03 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Marshall Stack (Post 1305813)
Kid put the cat amongst the pigeons and gave our radio.. Stateside Appeal ( no one told us he was Canadian!)


A top twenty album format! Interesting!

:thumbsup:

Foxhound 04-15-2022 09:07 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
Mack the Knife was one of the very earliest hits I remember noticing on the radio:



:phones:

Foxhound 04-15-2022 09:40 PM

Re: Radio Daze
 
I heard a comedy skit by an arguing couple on the radio in the early 1960's and it was so funny I never forgot it. I took the trouble to track down their name some 45 years later in 2008 or so:



:lol:


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