So, do you like Simon and Garfunkel?
@MoscowMitch A little bit.
Have some others below though.
The Cars and Blondie were not before 1970.
@zagor Yes I know. I did make note of that in my post.
OK didn't catch that squeezed in there..
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I mean technically Zeppelin was 1975 but yeah.
@MoscowMitch Fine:Led Zeppoelin ~ Ramble Onhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_h9MxNn8P7w
Zager & Evans ~ In the Year 2525www.youtube.com/watchBeatles ~ A Day In the Lifehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UYeV7jLBXvASonny James ~ Young Lovehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pU_8D5jBqd0Incense & Peppermintshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gr5KdeKS7wc
That's WELL after 1970!
@FunkyMonkee What's "well after 1970" ?
@FunkyMonkee I know that. Hence 'Ramble On' instead.
I didn't see that until later.
Are those dongs
@anube Ding Dong? ... yes, they are - in a way
Songs not songs the fucking words keep changing in anticipation of my regulary misspelled efforts
There it is again dongs not songs
@anube :) In these days people believe that Rap or Hiphop is music. So: my own favourites indeed are songs :D
https://youtu.be/s3Q80mk7bxE barely makes the cut releasing 1969
You're right, I didn't realize that
Ahh that's why
oh and here is a great track that illustrates just how far americans haven't come regarding race in the last 50 yearshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goh2x_G0ct4
50's were before 70's... How is she wrong?
When you come across people who don’t realise that the 50s happened before the 70s, it really makes you lose faith in humanity😂
That's before 1070.
The 50's were before the 70's, right?
Have you listened to unchained melody by the fleetwoods?
As of right now, no i haven't. Van i trust that there's a copy of this on YouTube? Hell, there's every other song I've ever wanted ro hear. Haha! "My Playlist" has about 400 songs that i was able to track down in less than 30 seconds.
Damn how can i forget about unchained melody
Lol! Probably because of The Righteous Brothers. There version has been in 1001 ahows and movies.But do u know in what movie... and specifically, what scene... was Vito's version?Times up!!!The movie - Goodfellas, 1990The scene - Tommy and Jimmy are doing shots at the bar, laughing like little girls. Henry walks in, very concerned. Henry's mood soon matches joa friends. Thats when they tell Henry that Tommy ia getting made.In the background, you can hear Vito just getting after it!
There's a LOT of songs I'd like to hear that aren't on YT and I've been looking for them for a decade or two.
I wouldn't call it perfect, I'd call it a huge slice of cheese! And so did The Monkees.
I love listening to the classics
Sure but in the vast library can you find songs that have survived the test of time, still popular or would be if known you fill in the fourth song11 . come to Papa 2 leaving Las vegas3 ill take you there
You fucker vinal or otherwise how far back to the begining when was the first commercially available record made and it begs to be answered what came first the record or the player
@anube Not quite sure I understand the question. Technically, the record came first, although it wasn't an actual record. An extremely old piece of pottery was uncovered years ago and someone got the notion to try to play it like a record because of the grooves in its side and, sure enough, it reproduced faint sounds of the people around the potter talking while he was spinning the pot! Another form of recording was discovered in France at least 140 years ago when a guy got glass coated with some kind of thick black stuff and with his new machine, recorded himself singing, "Claire de Luna".A few years later, Thomas Edison was doing something with a new invention that was writing on a paper disc and, instead of it writing, it started cutting grooves into the paper corresponding to the sounds around it. He played it back and discovered a way to record sound. within a ferw months or so, he started mass producing cylinder recordings made of wax and selling them along with his new "Talking Machine". That was in 1877. After a few years, he decided a flat disc would be better and started making those. They were very thick and heavy and ran at 80 rpm. Another few years later, they started making them a lot thinner and decided to make them spin at 78 rpm! In 1948, RCA came up with the 7" 45 rpm around the same time Columbia came up with the 10" 33 rpm. Eventually, the 78 vanished, around 1962, and the 33 rpm's were mostly 12".
@anube I'll Take You There was in the early `70's, around `72, 3 or 4. how about, "I Think We're Alone Now" / Tommy James & The Shondells.
Don't lie, do you have a photographic memory or was that your life's hobby the quality and clairity I felt like I got a lesson from the writer of historical anomilys and the poters voice was actually embed , are the opinions of it being intentional
@anube I wouldn't say photographic, I've just always been pretty good at remembering stuff and, collecting records HAS been my life's hobby ever since I was 4 years old. I have 56,000 of them dating back to about 125 years ago.
I wish I had a teacher that put forth a subject the way you do. i hope you have not locked yourself away , sometimes high iq is a handicap
Nothing anyone says will truly matter to you. You're only fishing for people's most emotional musical resonance in order to substantiate your personal position within GAG
Feelin okay, buddy boy? Don't tell me what I am and am not interested in. If you have a problem don't answer or leave GAG all together.
You meant Page Nine, not paganini, right?
@Daniela1982 No, Niccolò Paganini was an Italian violin virtuoso and composer of the early 1800's. One of his compositions contained a theme that was later used by Rachmaninoff as the basis for 23 variations written for piano and symphony. The 18th variation, highlighted in the video here, is one of the most beautiful compositions ever written.
And here are it's childrens. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISwgBLXEE00
Check out Johnny Preston running bear loved little white dove
I love put your head on my shoulder
My girl is a great one
Just my imagination is great too. can't believe ifg about that
Almost my first 10, too! Best and most creative music that was ever made!!
And Non, je ne regrette rien, Edith Piaf, 1960
Released 1963 I think
Apr. 19th, 1963.
You've never EVER HEARD anything from before 1970?
@FunkyMonkee I've probably heard little snippets of songs on commercials and in movies but I've never listened to a whole song that old
Never My Love, Wendy, Along Comes Mary, Cherish - The Association
Johnny B Goode - Chuck Berry