It’s Tunesday!

After spending a day listening to the ladies yesterday, we turn our attention back to the guys.

The 11-song, 31-minute medley is not filled with classic rock songs but does contain pop, R&B, British blues, a long forgotten (and maybe rightfully so) parody of a girl group hit, and much more.

It is all part of the soundtrack of your life, and along the way, I hope they bring back wonderful memories!

Memories … That’s What We’re All About

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Gary Lewis & The Playboys
Rolling Stones – Cowsills
Animals – Elvis Presley
Detergents – Sam Cooke
Peter & Gordon – Glen Campbell
Leo Sayer – Stevie Wonder

Comments (8)

  1. Sandra Gaither

    Fabulous radio show! He sure did pick up this time, but Gary Lewis and the playboys to start off, and Addie and some Elvis Presley and some Rolling Stones. And on we go I loved the Glenn Campbell hit, gentle on my mind! And who doesn’t love some Sam Cook. All of this was great I just can’t ever say enough good things about the way that you put medleys together. They all seem to flow together. Thank you Ray, I remember, you’re the best! 🥰

    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thank you, Sandy! I may not be the best (although I thank you for saying it), but I do try to make it interesting! 🥰

  2. Jane

    Loved today’s medley!

    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thank you, Jane. I’m glad you enjoyed it.

  3. Mary Helen Hawthorne

    One of the bonuses for me is the artist names
    Know the tunes but often never knew the artist
    Gary Lewis often pops up…snobbily always thought he was a lesser talent fueled by his father…often mistaken
    Medley always makes it a good day

    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thanks, Mary Helen. I don’t disagree on the talent level of Gary Lewis but he did have twelve Top 40 hit singles between 1965-1968. As for his father, I personally couldn’t stand the man. I never found him to be funny or anything even approaching humble.

  4. Pat Conant

    I seem to always be “a day late & a dollar short”, but these were great on a very dreary Wednesday. (except for the forgotten 45-it should stay forgotten, ha, ha). I hadn’t heard the Leo Sayer song in years & what a beautiful song.

    1. Ray (Post author)

      Thanks, Pat 🥰
      Being a “day late” is fine and you can never be a “dollar short” on this site! 🙂
      That forgotten 45 was, for some reason, very popular and reached #19 on the Billboard charts. That said, I agree it should never be heard again!
      I love the Sayer song … so mellow and so beautiful.


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