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  1. katry Says:

    Marcel Proust quote

  2. minicapt Says:

    Have a Kleenex handy:
    http://www.vvmf.org/Wall-of-Faces/20699/WILLIAM-A-HAINES-JR

    Cheers

    • katry Says:

      minicapt,
      There he is as a baby held by his mother. His whole life is front of him. Sadly it will be a short life.

  3. GnuFOOL Says:

    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      What a fun commercial. The ones they have now are similar except the actual animals are wearing bunny ears. The lion is my favorite.

  4. GnuFOOL Says:

    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      I don’t know many of her singles, mostly the songs with the Vandellas. I keep expecting to hear them backing her up here.

      • im6 Says:

        It was Martha Reeves and the Vandellas. Mary Wells was a solo artist. Her most famous song was “My Guy” (1964), but this was a medium-sized hit that followed “The One Who Really Loves You” (both in 1962).

      • katry Says:

        im6,
        Of course it was. I think I had a fugue moment there. No way for me to confuse the two!! My Guy and all that!! Then there is Dancing in the Streets! I can’t imagine how I did this!!

  5. GnuFOOL Says:

    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      My mother played her Jo Stafford records on the hifi which is how I got to know her. I love this song. Shrimp boats was the first of hers I ever heard.

    • im6 Says:

      As much as I like Jo Stafford (seriously), I’m partial to her alter ego, Darlene Edwards, who recorded with her real-life husband, Jonathan (Paul Weston). If I’m not mistaken, they actually won a Grammy.

      • katry Says:

        im6,
        Okay, where’s the video so I can hear her voice as I don’t know Darlene Edwards.

        You got me!! When I saw Jo Stafford’s name I expected her; instead, I get her alter ego. The hair on my arms is standing straight up!

  6. GnuFOOL Says:

  7. GnuFOOL Says:

    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      This one brings back so many memories. I remember my friends and I in the car riding around and singing along with the radio. They are dressed so nattily.

  8. GnuFOOL Says:

    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      Another song I remember the words to having listened so many times. They were one of my favorites from the British Invasion.


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