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jkatz
This is a good album overall, but my favorite is this number. I like to imagine it in the opening credits of an old Spaghetti Western.

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Mr Magic

Another track from the Big Band days.
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Growing old is mandatory, but growing up is optional.

Superman
In about a week and a half, I'll be seeing Herman's Hermits live in concert. In honor of that exciting event, here's one of my favorite songs of theirs.

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Mr Magic
Let's boogie!

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Growing old is mandatory, but growing up is optional.

Superman
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Mr Magic
There's one important oldie we forgot to post here.

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Superman
Mr Magic wrote :

There's one important oldie we forgot to post here.
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That is a pretty big oldies song to miss out on. It actually was on the first oldies CD I ever owned. This one also appeared on that CD.

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Mr Magic
Good one, Superman. I've been hearing that one all my life.

I've heard this one a number of times as well.

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eddstarr
All I can tell you guys is that the world was a different place when I was a kid growing up on the East Coast back in the 1960's.

Shocking sometimes to realize just how old a song really is. Welcome to a glimpse of 1965:



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Superman
I like Annette Funicello's version of this song.

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