Songs you haven't heard in years



Watched a couple of episodes of Stranger Things S2 last week


Excellent! I have that one on a bat-shaped vinyl record Miss Ellie.


No shitte? Never seen or heard of that, … might be worth a few quid you reckon??


It’s an e.p. from Rhino Records released in 1983 and also features ‘The Blob’ by Little Stevie & The McQueens, ‘Twilight Zone’ by Neil Norman & His Cosmic Orchestra and ‘Cemetary (sic) Girls’ by Barnes & Barnes.


That’s awesome. :slight_smile:



Not strictly true for me, although perhaps for you.
Anyway, 42 degrees is the perfect weather for this band.


Always loved this one.


Unfortunately you can only get this on YouTube in this country.


now this is the first week in January 1968 ,I wouldn’t know 1 top twenty for 2017…US Top 20 Singles for the Week Ending January 13, 1968:

1 HELLO GOODBYE – The Beatles (Capitol)
2 JUDY IN DISGUISE (With Glasses) – John Fred and His Playboy Band (Paula)
3 DAYDREAM BELIEVER – The Monkees (Colgems)
4 WOMAN, WOMAN – The Union Gap Featuring Gary Puckett (Columbia)
5 I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE – Gladys Knight and the Pips (Soul)
6 CHAIN OF FOOLS – Aretha Franklin (Atlantic)
7 BEND ME, SHAPE ME – The American Breed (Acta)
8 I SECOND THAT EMOTION – Smokey Robinson and the Miracles (Tamla)
9 GREEN TAMBOURINE – The Lemon Pipers (Buddah)
10 SKINNY LEGS AND ALL – Joe Tex (Dial)
11 HONEY CHILE – Martha Reeves and the Vandellas (Gordy)
12 BOOGALOO DOWN BROADWAY – The Fantastic Johnny C. (Phil-L.A. Of Soul)
13 IF I COULD BUILD MY WHOLE WORLD AROUND YOU – Marvin Gaye/Tammi Terrell (Tamla)
14 DIFFERENT DRUM – The Stone Poneys Featuring Linda Ronstadt (Capitol)
15 MONTEREY – Eric Burdon and the Animals (MGM)
16 SUSAN – The Buckinghams (Columbia)
17 SUMMER RAIN – Johnny Rivers (Imperial)
18 NOBODY BUT ME – The Human Beinz (Capitol)
19 WHO WILL ANSWER – Ed Ames (RCA Victor)
20 IT’S WONDERFUL – The Young Rascals (Atlantic)





That’s a pretty good list. Some very big names there.

I don’t remember the Human Beinz though. And I could never stand Gary Puckett.




Heard this the other day