(Almost) Forgotten

We all hear songs that bring back memories and we wonder how we could have ever forgotten about them. Time may have a few of these songs stuck in the recesses of your mind, but hopefully this medley will remind you how great they were.
And if you missed them the first time around … well, shame on you. 🙂

Play button is on the left … Volume slider is on the right

The (Almost) Forgotten 45s
Del Shannon – Eurythmics
Gunhill Road – Johnny Preston – Prelude
Hudson Brothers – Loudon Wainwright III


Comments (2)

  1. Penny

    You walk into the room and I can hardly see, I think I hear the angels singing. I was born an original sinner, stop what you’re doing and get down on your knees. Back when my hair was short, we held rallies for love but no one knew what they stood for. When the wind blows, cat in the fiddle, let’s go rockin in the cradle of love. Sun that was floating on the breeze, I was looking for a replacement when the sun burst through the sky. So you are a star but nobody knows you like I do and there is a dead skunk in the middle of the road stinking to high heaven.

    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thanks for always being on the ball, Penny ❤


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