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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by 3bolt79, Sep 15, 2020.
I can remember my mother singing this when I was a nipper 1940s / 50s
Prefer - Joe Browns Henery Vlll
Three little fishes swam over the dam.
From her first "ooooooooo"
Child of the late 70’s here, so a lot of radio hits stand out, but that’s what paved the way to classic rock for me and precipitated my love for guitar and music. Here are just a few that bring back happy memories of a carefree time, sunny days and smiles with family/friends:
This one takes me way back:
Unlike you, this was my teen years, not my childhood.
Bet that was the Ambrose version
Almost the oldest here maybe. This was one of the first songs I learnt to play on my acoustic electric Hofner Senator (with a screwed on pickup) and a cheap Lew Davis Amp. from Charing Cross Rd London. Ahhhh the '50s were so good!!
You’re momma don’t dance.
Any alternative music from the mid-90's. Bosstones, Blink 182, Green Day, Weezer Blue Album, etc. Reminds me of high school.
My parents listened to this on their huge console stereo. Always hits my nostalgia nerve.
The Show Must Go On - Three Dog Night (written by the great Leo Sayer)
I don’t remember.