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Sunday, November 2, 2014

#MM The Sixties and Seventies

This week's theme on Monday Music Moves Me 
is Music from the Sixties and Seventies. 
This should be a fun walk down memory lane.

1960s
Here's a fun one that was released in November, 1968. I remember sitting in the elementary school gym waiting for an assembly to start. The teachers played some music while we waited, and this one cracked us up. It's got to be one of the stupidest songs ever written. Plus, I love the great clothes! Check out this groovy tune. "I Love My Shirt," by Trev and Simon.


1970s
My mom told me this one was about getting ice cream. I was old enough not to believe her. Afternoon Delight by Starland Vocal Band came out in 1976.



Jord Wooden Watch Giveaway
And finally, stayed tuned to my blog because I am going to be giving away a beautiful Jord watch real soon. Here's one of my favorite songs about time from Chicago, "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" It was released in 1969.






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12 comments:

Marie Moody said...

IT'S TIME TO BOOGIE!!!! CONGRATS TO YOU CATCHING THE SPOTLIGHT DANCE! WOO HOO! I have not heard your first uhhhh tune? ~hehehe~ The rest are an old favorites to say the least! YOU'RE ROCKIN' THE HOUSE GIRLFRIEND! WAY TA GO!!! WOO HOO!

Belle Haup said...

Congratulations on being this week's Spotlight Dancer! Afternoon Delight,hahah, your mom couldn't fool you huh? The shirt song was dumb but fun too. Great picks. Thanks for the virtual dance and I hope you have a great week!

stevebethere said...

LOL I used to love Trev and Simon they were a kids TV favourites in the 80's and 90's hilarious

Chicago brilliant band, I am not familiar with the Starland Vocal Band

Fab and fun mix to voice Joyce ...giggles

mail4rosey said...

My Father-in-Law LOVES Afternoon Delight. It makes my husband laugh now because he understands the lyrics. ;)

Michael Todd said...

Thank you for "Afternoon Delight" now being lodged in my perfect brain for the rest of the afternoon, and probably evening, as well. ;)

Binky said...

Wait, you mean it's not about ice cream??

Rory Bore said...

It's always the right time for Afternoon Delight! LOL

I think I know a couple of guys who could make that tshirt song their theme song - I swear they are still wearing shirts from university days.

Andro Vampy said...

I like your posting and it is always very nice to have those nostalgic moments, I was thinking about the ice cream, like our great friend Binky and hoping that there was going to be some for breakfast.

Yes a little early but if it is a chocolate ice cream then I think it is okay, especially having just visited Wombania :)

Happy Tuesday Joyce...

becca said...

Wow great song choices. Really had fun and what memories.

Cathy Kennedy said...

Yeah, I was old enough to know that Afternoon Delight had NOTHING to do with ice cream. Of course, I would have preferred ice cream to this innuendo in those days. lol Congrats on being this week's Spotlight Dancer! ;)

Naila Moon said...

Congrats on the Spotlight. I have not heard these before which of course makes it so fun for me.

Have a great week.
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Colette S said...

Congrats to you for being spotlighted!
And thanks for sharing these tunes.

And Jord is such a fun watch! Have fun!