The Game of Love: Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders

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9 Comments on “The Game of Love: Wayne Fontana & The Mindbenders”

  1. Kat Says:

    Im6,
    I am sorry but when I switched songs all the comments disappeared. The only one I have is, “Marie’s my new BFF !!!!”

    I figured despite the pain I would post the comment. Wasn’t my admission that you were correct enough? Oh, no, not for you!!

    Thank you, Marie, for the new link. I had to upload it again so I’d have it on my files as I delete them in a week.

    If either of you, would like to comment again because of my erasure, please do!

  2. im6 Says:

    Can you send me the old link for the version you posted earlier? I actually liked it a lot, but didn’t grab it before you replaced it. Incidentally, I think you know I wasn’t trying to be a smart ass (I don’t have to try!), but just knew it was somehow different. Your version had more bass or echo or something that makes it special in it’s own way. Isn’t it funny how those old songs stick in our heads for years and years and years?!

  3. Vintage Spins Says:

    I also hesitate (sometimes) because I’m afraid of being perceived as an insufferable “know it all” (ha ha ha). But as im6 says, when you grow up with songs and they’ve meant a lot in your life you remember every single nuance.

    Love those classic oldies!

    Marie

    • Kat Says:

      Marie,
      I was a lover of all sorts of music, but when I was in the eight grade, I heard folk music, and that became my favorite. There I can be a know most of it.

  4. Vintage Spins Says:

    Kat,

    Do you remember the blog address that was posted in the earlier (deleted) comments? There was a musical quiz of some sort connected with it.

    Hope your back pain is easing up.

    Thanks,
    Marie


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