The Trashmen - Surfing Bird (1963). One of the most silly and nice songs I have ever heard. I remember when I heard for the first time in the Cuba Pavilion, La Rampa, La Habana, the impact that was reflected in the faces of those who were entering. The best of the song are the easy lyrics.

The Trashmen - Surfing Bird One of the most silly and nice songs I have ever heard. I remember when I heard for the first time in the Cuba Pavilion, La Rampa, La Habana, the impact that was reflected in the faces of those who were entering.

Laughter In The Rain: Neil & Dara Sedaka: 1976 Feel the love between father and daughter.

My favorite Monkees song - can you guess why? :)

Remembering Davy Jones: The 11 Finest Monkees Moments

Bob Dylan - It Must Be Santa, via YouTube.

Bob Dylan has done a couple Christmas LPs through his yrs - this is one from 2009 (and probably has his most famous holiday recording) - From Christmas In The Heart here's Bobby singing and dancing round on the video for 'It Must Be Santa.

Badfinger - Without You (1970) *I can live if living is without you* Original version (I prefer Harry Nilsson)

Badfinger - Without You *I can live if living is without you* Original version (I prefer Harry Nilsson)

Arlo Guthrie's “Alice’s Restaurant” - the classic album often played on radio stations at Noon on Thanksgiving Day.

Alice's Restaurant - Arlo Guthrie - Original 1967 Recording No Thanksgiving is complete without hearing about the massacree.

Here it is... Sheb Wooley singing Purple People Eater (1958). Imagine doing a ballet recital to THIS song!!! You can see why I remember it so clearly!

Sheb Wooley singing Purple People Eater Imagine doing a ballet recital to THIS song! You can see why I remember it so clearly!

It was disco mania and Alicia Bridges burst on the music scene in 1978 with 'I Love The Nightlife'- I love the night life - I got to boogie - on the disco round! The song would stay on the top 100 list due to not only play in discos but its use in the camp 79 movie staring George Hamilton and Susan St. James, Love At First  Bite - now who remembers that silly movie?

It was disco mania and Alicia Bridges burst on the music scene in 1978 with 'I Love The Nightlife'- I love the night life - I got to boogie - on the disco round!

Flowers On The Wall by Statler Brothers "smoking cigarettes and watching Captain Kangaroo..."

Flowers On The Wall by Statler Brothers "smoking cigarettes and watching Captain Kangaroo.

Mouth & MacNeal - How do you do (1972) I used to like this song whn I was kid, sorry couldn't resist :)

How Do You Do by Mouth and MacNeal. The pop duo from the Netherlands scored a number 8 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart and a hit throughout continental Europe, making number one in several countries.

Louis Jordan- Beans and Cornbread  Louis Thomas Jordan (July 8, 1908 – February 4, 1975[1]) was a pioneering American jazz, blues and rhythm & blues musician, songwriter and bandleader who enjoyed his greatest popularity from the late 1930s to the early 1950s. Known as "The King of the Jukebox", Jordan was highly popular with both black and white audiences in the later years of the swing era.

Louis Jordan- Beans and Cornbread Louis Thomas Jordan (July 1908 – February…

Monkees

The Monkees - "Pleasant Valley Sunday" - ORIGINAL VIDEO - HQ ~ This was one of many hits for the MONKEES and this one peaked at the No.

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