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SONG TITLE WORD ASSOCIATION II (OLDIES ONLY)

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SONG TITLE WORD ASSOCIATION II (OLDIES ONLY)

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

 

 

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Sound of the CITY, Delaney&Bonnie

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Kansas City:  Wilbert Harrison

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Drag CITY, Jan&Dean

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Summer In The City:  Lovin Spoonful

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One SUMMER NIGHT, Danleers

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Long Hot Summer Night .... Jimi Hendrix

 

Long Hot Summer Night - YouTube

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Hot Pastrami:  Dartells

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HOT rod Lincoln, Commander Cody

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Hot Fun In The Summertime:  Sly & Family

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SUMMERtime, Billy Stewart

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As an aside, this is def one of my fav songs, every and all versions...

 

Two feel personal to me:

 

Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong - Summertime [1958] (pre-video) 

 

Janis Joplin: Summertime 

 

Unfortunately no quality recordings of Ms Billie Holiday performing this Gershwin masterpiece exists, to my knoelrfhr, tho some degraded versions are out there (it was early 20th century...) .

 

I think my thought here is how many composers, writers, musicians, vocalists honor others through their interpretations and presentations? I somehow think all involved will feel our appreciation, love of talent, and honor.


#VegasStrong
Phil Harris, actor and showman, to John Fogerty of CCR: “If I’d known I’d live this long, I’d have taken better care of myself.”
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Lonely Summer:  Shades Of Blue

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MY summer love, Ruby&the Romantics

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The last correct post is Going To A Go-Go.

 

Going Out Of My Head:  Little Anthony

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Gonna = Going To

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We're Gonna' Make It .... Little Milton

 

LITTLE MILTON We're Gonna Make It 1965 - YouTube

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A Change is Gonna Come -- Sam Cooke (1964)

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Going to a GO-GO, Miracles

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Easy Come, Easy Go:  Bobby Sherman

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Take It Easy -- Eagles (1972)

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It’s so EASY, Buddy Holly

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Easy Livin:  Uriah Heep

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EASY to be hard, Three dog night

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Make It Easy On Yourself:  Jerry Butler

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Make ME smile, Chicago 

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Stay With Me:  Faces

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STAY awhile, Bells

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Stay In My Corner:  Dells

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STAY, Zodiacs

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Let's Stay Together -- Al Green (1971)

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