So here's the question at hand . . . has everyone "de-decorated" yet??? Or are you still hanging on to those wonderful holiday decorations for sentimental reasons? Holiday decorating is always fun . . . the season is new, we're looking forward to visiting old friends, family celebrations in festive surroundings at home, exchanging gifts and wonderful dinners out.
But now, as they say, the worm has turned! It's over! The coldest month of the year has arrived, the tax man cometh and you have a first quarter colonoscopy to look forward to. And, oh yeah, you have to freeze your butt off and take all that "Crap" down outside. Hey wait! Didn't we just call that crap "Holiday Decorations"?
Perspective! . . . Weird Huh?
Fifties, as usual, on The Turntable. One is a club favorite "It's All in the Game" Tommy Edwards. The flipSide is featuring a familiar group that started out in the fifties "The Shirelles" remember them? PICTURESQUE! A "overheard" conversation among Lincoln HS Coachmen students!
Well, That's a wrap!
Till Next week / be safe and I'll see you on the Turntable!
"Only the Lonely (Know the Way I Feel)" is a 1960 song written by Roy Orbison and Joe Melson. Orbison's recording of the song, produced by Fred Foster for Monument Records, was the first major hit for the singer. Released as a 45 rpm single by Monument Records in May 1960, "Only the Lonely" went to No. 2 on the United States Billboard pop music charts on 25 July 1960
"It's All in the Game" was a 1958 hit for Tommy Edwards. Carl Sigman composed the lyrics in 1951 to a wordless 1911 composition titled "Melody in A Major," written by Charles G. Dawes, later Vice President of the United States under Calvin Coolidge. It is the only No. 1 single in the U.S. to have been co-written by a U.S. Vice President or a Nobel Peace Prize laureate.
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"One Fine Day" is a song written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King. It first became a popular hit in the summer of 1963 for the American girl group The Chiffons, who reached the top five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In 1980, King covered her own song and charted at number 12 on the Hot 100 with her version.
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