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    Default SotU 386 - Songs of the Seventies

    As I am about to enter into my seventieth year I though this would be an appropriate title for this week.



    Songs of the Seventies



    So, my usual rules will be in force this week.

    (Midnight Hawiian time Sunday to next Sunday same time.)

    No prizes.........

    ......just enjoy yourselves.......

    .....& I'll try to keep up with your entries.


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    Last edited by Croaky Keith; 07-06-2019 at 08:17 AM.
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

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    Love the Seventies! This is gonna be a fun week to watch.
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    I loved the Seventies too! Especially the 1670’s!

    Gaspar Sanz rocked that decade!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by engravertom View Post
    I loved the Seventies too! Especially the 1670’s!

    Gaspar Sanz rocked that decade!!!

    So all centuries are fair game then 1670's, 1770's, 1870's, and 1970's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mezcalero View Post
    So all centuries are fair game then 1670's, 1770's, 1870's, and 1970's
    Haydn and Mozart were active in the 1770s.

    Home on the Range was published in the 1870s. Tchaikovsky and Dvorak were active in that decade as well.


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    T. Rex 1972 Children of the Revolution

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    got out of practice the last couple months and boy am I rusty! I will get one done this week no matter what! love music of the seventies
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    Quote Originally Posted by engravertom View Post
    I loved the Seventies too! Especially the 1670’s!

    Gaspar Sanz rocked that decade!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mezcalero View Post
    So all centuries are fair game then 1670's, 1770's, 1870's, and 1970's
    My rules are that I'm easy going & flexible - so bring them on!
    Trying to do justice to various musical instruments.

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