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Oldies Music 50s-70s
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Oldies Music 50s-70s
Your favorite oldies!
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RE: Oldies Music 50s-70s
https://youtu.be/EPWCbthc9tw
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RE: Oldies Music 50s-70s
Great selection but I prefer this version:

https://youtu.be/jFhcKDtgvBk
(16th February 2017, 18:16)TheOther JoeFish Wrote: So what you're saying is that I can harass all of the members I want for the next 168 hours, as long as I do so in my signature?
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RE: Oldies Music 50s-70s
70's is oldies? Really? I think only music which is no longer current by the time you discover it deserves to be called "oldies". So basically 50's and earlier.
(16th February 2017, 18:16)TheOther JoeFish Wrote: So what you're saying is that I can harass all of the members I want for the next 168 hours, as long as I do so in my signature?
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RE: Oldies Music 50s-70s
(23rd November 2015, 15:55)Whateverist the White Wrote: 70's is oldies? Really? I think only music which is no longer current by the time you discover it deserves to be called "oldies". So basically 50's and earlier.

I guess my youth is showing
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RE: Oldies Music 50s-70s
https://youtu.be/8O7heJ5ILvM

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RE: Oldies Music 50s-70s
I love Dylan, but he's the only bastard I ever walked out on!
He was off his tits! It was painful to listen to.
I wasn't the only one leaving....
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RE: Oldies Music 50s-70s
Love me son old Jim Croche, Pavlov's Dog, Rodriguez of course..,,
Quote:AtlasS33 wrote:
"When it comes to the deiety I worship, he sent a book, it contained a message. I took that message, tested it, then I realized he is God : it didn't break against reality."
Pulse Wrote:
~ Atheism seems so incredibly counter intuitive, that to even begin to take it seriously, one has to suspend all logic."

Religion: making the uncomfortable comfortable for thousands of years.
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RE: Oldies Music 50s-70s
(23rd November 2015, 15:55)Whateverist the White Wrote: 70's is oldies?  Really?  I think only music which is no longer current by the time you discover it deserves to be called "oldies".  So basically 50's and earlier.

Someone's defensive.


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