This Day in Music10 hours ago
Track of My Tears, Shop Around, Tears of a Clown, Second That Emotions, Being With You and countless others he was associated with are all classics!🎶👍
My all time favorite “Really gonna miss you” a tribute to Melvin Franklin (Temptations)
Tears of a Clown,one of the all time great pop tunes
Smokey is the man! Happy Birthday King of Soul! 🙂 xx
Happy Birthday Smokey Robinson
Motown is the best.
"Turn that down." "But, Dad, It's Smokey!"
favorite singer happy birthday
Happy Birthday Mr Robinson you the Man have a great day
I Second That Emotion
Happy Birthday 🍺🎼
This Day in Music18 hours ago
Love u Karen awesome drummer and beautiful singer ..
She had a beautiful voice. She was as sad as her songs
I can understand the owners concerns,who wants strangers running all over your property and looking through your windows?
I can't understand why people are still looking in the window..it's not like Karen is going to be there
This Day in Music21 hours ago
Shareriff cool 🙂
Should have fired Mike Love 50 years ago.
The best concert I've been too !!BEACH BOYS GOOD TIME MUSIC
Just listened to this tonight...
This Day in Music1 day ago
So out of place in 66. Hendrix Beatles, and the Doors were recording music that changed the world in 66. This gumball pop was already old hat.
Inspiring music of the day influenced so many artists and genres, I used to replay the song over and over, I didn't believe something could have that many great parts to it. The whole payed off and Brian had created a masterpiece.
What a master piece! Just an amazing song even today.
What a wonderful song this is. Thank you.
Love these guys awesome songs thanks for post rosie
Love the song.
This Day in Music1 day ago
One of the best groups of the sixties. Ray Davies was a great songwriter
Hey Ray Davies - I played Tired Of Waiting For You on my radio program last week! Check it out.😁 https://m.mixcloud.com/robert-howes4/pop-rock-with-robbie-monday-12-february-2018-2rrr-885-fm/
One of many timeless Kinks tunes and one I listen to regularly. Bless Pete Quaife and Jim Rodford R.I.P. much missed. 😢
One of my favourite bands as a kid. Ray's voice was so unique and those riffs from Dave... Wow
God, I was a baby.
This Day in Music2 days ago
I always thought that it was the weakest link on the album, musically. I had to laugh when many years later Rolling Stone magazine did a feature about the album asking both celebrities and musicians what they had thought of Sgt. Pepper when it came out... one after another, they gushed about how fantastic it was... changed their lives... never heard music the same way after hearing it... everyone except Lou Reed! Lou said he hated it! and... what was that one tune? Mr Kite? I hated it! To me, it was funny that he had also picked what I thought was the weakest link on the album... but don't get me wrong, I love the album... but even this one isn't flawless...
Probably my favourite track from sgt pepper.
My fav tune from Sgt Peppers!
Ah yes, one of those songs after “Getting Better” and before “A Day in the Life”. Skip skip skip skip lol
Fixing a hole... for Paul.
The thing that many people get wrong about Pepper is that there is a danger of treating it like a concept album (musically that is) because it has a reprise of the title trackies not necessarily make it so. In fact, in my view the songs on the album were capturing a time.1967. The 'summer of love'. Drugs, fashion, no rules musically, experimentation, chilled attitude to life, but essentially, this bred an 'anything can go with anything' approach. Hence 'Within You Without You' being followed by 'When I'm 64'. To be frank, in addition to having been written principally by arguably the two best songwriters in the world at that time, you 'just had to be there'.
Hand-made with a Little Help From My Friends in Sound Leisure Classic Jukeboxes Leeds, England.
I find Let It Be to be far more listenable and real. And, Pet Sounds to be more well written, produced, performed and orchestrated. My two cents.
Cool. My exact birthday. Year and all
Awesome group, awesome experiences, awesome music. I saw them in '66, my first concert. They're the best, forever in my heart.
...y Paul todo fresco, la interpreta como suya!
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I don't like tem.. ..
Shareriff nice 🙂
This Day in Music2 days ago
The Wrecking Crew. If you haven't seen the documentary of the Wrecking Crew , do yourself a favor and check it out.
Unfortunately::::, A One Hit Wonder
That outfit!!! 😳🤗
Claudia Doughton-Gahagan Val was crazy about this song !!
'You've been lying when you should have been truthing'. As a ten year-old schoolboy in the UK it got me thinking about the use of language.
I bet Lynn looks hot in boots Nancy did yes if your asking I had a full sized poster of Nancy mini skirt and boots.😁😁
I have this 45. I was in 5th grade and fell and broke my arm. My fun neighbors, the Jantzens, gifted me with this super HOT hit of the day to entertain and cheer me. Trivia you need to know: B side is The City Never Sleeps At Night. You're welcome.
Loved Lee Hazlewood's voice
I hope you’re singing this somewhere tonight Tracey!! 🎙👢👢💜
Pic in Color is yellow & black
I loved summer wine
I had the album & sang along with her! I was only 10!
She made many men slp in their boots, lol.
At first sight I thought it was Brigitte Macron 😂😂😂
Great song, as we can hear it again in the movie the Walk
Always loved Nancy S. I have the original LP. Awesome.
You’ve been messin’ where you should’na been messin’ 😛
Looks like Frank in drag.
Mimi Mancini Karen Johnson .... I guess she really did have ‘boots made for walking’ like a boss!!
Wow. What a hottie! Smokin body!!!
I remember it well.
Dothan Eagle24 hours ago
somehow being smart and being in Alabama. don't go together.