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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
Moments To Remember: Four Lads
This MAGIC moment Jay&the Americans
Magic Town: Vogues
Poor side of TOWN Johnny Rivers
Little Town Flirt: Del Shannon
LITTLE red rooster Stones
Little Woman: Bobby Sherman
WE gotta get you a woman Runt
We Got Love: Bobby Rydell
I GOT A line on you Spirit
I Got A Feeling: Four Tops
Great song 💜
It’s a GOOD feeling Miracles
Something Tells Me I'm into Something Good (Herman's Hermits)
Something's Burnin: Kenny & First Edition
SOMETHING Fab 4️⃣
I'll Try Something New: Miracles
BRAND NEW key Melanie
A Brand New Me: Dusty Springfield
Papa’s got a brand NEW bag James Brown
New Orleans: Gary US Bonds
Eyes of a New York WOMAN BJ Thomas
Woman's Got Soul: Impressions
You’re my SOUL and inspiration
Sweet Soul Music: Arthur Conley
MIND, Body and Soul Flaming Ember
All In My Mind: Maxine Brown
ALL I’ve got TO DO Fab 4️⃣
All I Have To Do Is Dream: Everly Brothers
If I can DREAM Elvis
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