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Norm

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  1. Wow! Great! That's it. Thanks very much! Norm
  2. Don't Try to Lay No Boogie Woogie on the King of Rock & Roll by Long John Baldry - pure classic rock, rarely heard on radio anytime even when it first came out let alone now but remembered fondly by many of us.
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    The Moody Blues vs Procol Harum

    Moody Blues, far and away above Procol... concept albums were great - being a late teenager in the late '60's / early '70's I spent many evenings listening to each and every one of the MB's albums. Then would switched track and listen to Pink Floyd's Careful with the Axe Eugene and Several Species of Small Furries Animals Gathered in a Cave and Groovin' to a Pic. "Now you know how nice it feels"
  4. I kind of doubt it was a regional hit as I am from the Maritime Provinces in Canada. I heard it in New Brunswick (where I live and got married)and Prince Edward Island (where we honeymooned). We are a pretty small part of Canada and North America and rarely get regional hits, then or now. But you never know I guess... Norm
  5. This song was sung by a male artist. My wife seemed to think it was called "Forever and Ever" but I've never been able to find it anywhere. Found a request by "Jeff" on another site looking for same song - here is his request: This song keeps running through my head and I do not know the artist or song title was from the early seventies sung by a male as a ballad on the radio this is all I have that afternoon down in the park walking in the green grass, till it was almost dark and we heard the birds sing mmmmmm it sounded so sweet we listened to the chuch bells ringing in the street but the sweetest sound thatI'll ever hear is when you whisper low in my ear baby I'm gonna be yours forever you are the world to me thats all i got any body out there know your early seventies tunes??? thank you Jeff Thanks for all your help and hoping someone out there can find this. Norm
  6. Need to make a request by asking you all to put your thinking (and memory) hats on for my wife Sue and I. We got married back in August of 1974. During our honeymoon there was a song (ballad) that played 6 to 8 times per day on the radio. Though "Our Song" was and still is Nights In White Sstin, this song has some special meaning for as as well. The problem is we do not know the name, nor the artist, of the song. We have tried to find it on our own and failed miserably. So, I'm asking if anyone out there has a handle on this. Some of the words, to the best of my recollection, are: "You can hear church bells, ringing in the air, Listen to the birds sing in the evening air, But the sweetest thing I ever heard Is when you whisper soft In my ear Baby I'm gonna be your's forever You are all the world to me Baby I'm gonna be your's forever Love you, you know I shouldn't Leave you, you know I couldn't So Baby I'll love you forever and ever and ever" So, once again, time line of August 1974, no title or artist name, just a few words, that may be and are even probably a little wrong but seem to sound correct when I sing them. Anybody remember this? Norm
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