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Same guidelines as the original forum.
The only difference is this is for oldies.
I am setting the following rule:
No songs beyond 1972.
I'll start with a classic:
When A Man Loves A Woman: Percy Sledge
It’s a good FEELING Miracles
Gotta Hold On To This Feeling: Junior Walker
HOLD me tight Johnny Nash
Hold On! I'm A Coming: Sam & Dave
I’ll keep holding ON Marvelettes
Knock On Wood: Eddie Floyd
KNOCK three times Dawn
Shout, Shout (Knock Yourself Out): Ernie Maresca
TWIST and shout Fab 4️⃣
Let's Twist Again: Chubby
Twist and LIMBO Impressions
Soul Limbo: Booker T
SOUL finger Bar-Kays
Heart Full Of Soul: Yardbirds
ROCK ‘n roll soul GFR
Rock Me: Steppenwolf
For lovin’ ME Gordon Lightfoot
Come To Me Softly: Jimmy James
MAMA told ME (Not to come) 3 Dog Night
Does Your Mama Know About Me: Bobby Taylor
If you don’t KNOW me by now
Harold Melvin& the Bluenotes
Take Time To Know Her: Percy Sledge
And I LOVE HER Fab 4️⃣
Love Her Madly: Doors
I must be MAD The Craig
I Can't Stay Mad At You: Skeeter Davis
Stay AWHILE Bells
Once In Awhile: Chimes
Just ONCE IN MY LIFE Righteous Bros
For Once In My Life: Stevie Wonder
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