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"She's Just An Old Love Turned Memory" is a song that reflects on a past romantic relationship. In this song, the singer describes how a former girlfriend is no longer a significant part of his life but merely a faded memory.
Vinyl Record Memories relives the times, the music, the golden age of vinyl records. Please join me as we remember those artists and groups of the 50's, 60's & 70's, who set the bar high for a genre that was characterized by quality and class.
It was 1959 and this Skip and Flip vinyl memories classic, "It Was I" was all over AM radio. Remember having your shirt collar turned up Elvis style on your multicolored pin-stripped shirt, your duck tail hair cut, and hanging out with friends at Friday night school dances.
Among all the versions of “Statue of a Fool,” Jack Greene’s 1969 recording was the most successful, but was it the original? Some say David "My Girl" Ruffin wrote the song in 1958. My personal favorite and I believe the best cover, is by Ricky Van Shelton.
With original classics like "Only You" and "The Great Pretender," The Platters vinyl record memories were the smooth, classy alternative to the street-corner sounds of the early doo-wop groups, and became the preeminent vocal group throughout the second half of the '50s.
The Travelin' Man video was originally pieced together by Ozzie Nelson as a way to get more exposure for Ricky on the family show. The song became a #1 for Ricky Nelson in 1961 and is considered by many to be the very first music video.
The Tear Time Sad Song Lyrics will touch your heart and is one of those wonderful old vinyl record memories from the days when lyrics like, "All it takes is the smallest thought of you...Then tear time starts crying all night through," were everything.
Gene Thomas Baby's Gone, captures the essence of lost love and heartbreak. With its soulful melodies and heartfelt lyrics, "Baby's Gone" takes listeners on an emotional journey through the ups and downs of a failed relationship.
Bandy The Rodeo Clown casts Bandy as himself, a rodeo clown who laughs through heartache and the physical pain of the job. And when you think about those Hank Williams "Have you paid your dues, can you moan the blues” classics, think about Moe Bandy. Then stand back.
Come with me and let's relive those bygone days with the cowboy campfire songs and words to some of your favorite western classics. Polish up your spurs, Saddle up ole paint and get ready to relive your childhood!
The Golden Oldies Vinyl Record Memories surrounds you with songs that have been forever, "Lost in the fifties." Take a break, step back in time, and enjoy your favorite vinyl record memories and the great old songs we grew up with during the golden age of vinyl records.
The Ronnie Milsap Vinyl Record Memories features the song I Hate You. The title may give you pause but the soft soothing intro by the Nashville Edition leaves you with the feeling that this might not be such a bad song after all. His first big hit early in his career.
The Steve Goodman City of New Orleans lyrics is a well-written train song with a beautiful message. The haunting lyrics re-create a time some 50 years ago when people traveled by train from Chicago to New Orleans.
Girl Group Vinyl Memories. As countless broken-hearted teenage girls cried into their pillows listening to the song "Maybe," one of the first of the girl groups, the Chantels, delivered an exciting sound in 1958.
Cowboy's Sweetheart Vinyl Memories, written by Patsy Montana, released in 1935. Her cowboy song lyrics paint a different picture of a woman who wants to rope and ride and sleep out under the stars, just like her Cowboy Sweetheart. Great cover by Suzy Bogguss.