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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by drmilktruck, Jul 12, 2017.
As a kid this was one of my favorite songs. Those are SERIOUS bell bottoms.
To be honest, I'm not embarrassed by my likes. Everybody likes something, and I don't have to defend my choices.
I do, however, wonder about some of you, tho.
I saw Celine Dion live in Las Vegas. She made me cry. I hate typing that.
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I'm a sucker for vocal harmonies, even in the most pop-sounding dribble. I was fortunate enough to play in a handful of groups that had singers capable of pulling off 3 part harmonies. When it clicks, especially live, it still gives me chills.
I secretly liked this one when it was popular, would never have admitted it at the time lol.
I don't mind being embarrassed myself , it's part of my personality ............ lol
I sort of liked everything when growing up, including Disco. Tough to reconcile with my then long haired rocker image, and I would never have admitted it at the time.
Now I'm getting too old to give a hoot, I just can't remember any names.
2 very cringe worthy would be "Smile a little Smile for Me, RoseMarie" and Seventeen by Janis Ian. First one just awful! Second, almost suicidal. How did we buy off on that one. I also had every 45 the Temptations made though and my older brother turned me onto the Allman Brothers and the Ventures.... My only 70s dance/disco was Michael Jackson's with Don't Stop...
Dude. Michael Jacksons "Off The Wall" is one of the all time great records IMO.
I love the Tempations LOL! Old Soul and RnB is were it's at. MJ is Ok in my book too. A legend.
Growing up in the 80s, I really like Duran Duran and Hall & Oates! Oh, and pretty much all hair metal.
And Off the Wall is THE best Jackson record!
Not embarrassing song, but back when "Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport" was on radio, I thought they were saying some guy's name . . .Tommy Cangarudonsport? or something . . and didn't find out till years later what it really was. Hope that story makes sense lol
Neil Diamond and Barry Manilow... Loved that kitschy melody-lines when I was a kid.
Great artist, odd song
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makes me happy everytime I happen to listen to that song in the radio (in the car).