I’m going to come right and say it at the beginning. This is a “liner-free” medley. Not a single word from me today because I simply didn’t have the time to do it.
That means, like I have always said, the music will do the talking. The music ranges from 1958 all the way up to 1989, and a few of the songs I haven’t played in a long time (and in a couple of cases, I have never played at all).
Every song was a Top 40 hit so they should all be, at the very least, familiar.
Memories … That’s What We’re All About
Play buttons are on the left … Volume sliders are on the right
The No Liner Medley
Ricky Nelson – Beach Boys
Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders
Barry Mann – Sir Douglas Quintet
John Mellencamp – Friend & Lover
Bee Gees – Supremes
Elvis Presley – B-52s
Just wanted to say that it is a huge treat to open my gmail and click on your email for today’s tunes. Many thanks for all you do to make it happen!
Thank you, Janie 🥰
I am so glad you enjoy the music! 🙂
This was a great medley some of the songs I haven’t heard in forever. Good choices as always. But I have to say this, I did miss hearing that silken voice. The liners are so appreciated by me maybe not everyone but I do love to hear them. It’s what makes me think I am listening to you giving me a presentation. Thanks so much for all that you do, and the effort that you put into these. Very very much appreciated! You’re the best 🥰!
Thank you, Sandy 🥰
I know the “voice” is appreciated by some people but there are certain days I just can’t spend the extra time involved. I am glad, however, that you enjoyed the music! 🙂
lol, Still a day late but going to share a 70’s memory. I used to get teased about using Springfield words like “contemplate.” I used the above played song & a Kenny Rogers song about Ruby to prove that it was a viable word. Thought you might get a chuckle too. Ted made it home to hear 90%. Told him we would have to listen to M & Tu’s over. Again, TY Ray. 🙂 🙂 Lee & Ted
You were ahead of your time, Lee! 🙂