Sunday, March 11, 2007

Musical Memory Lane

Do you remember when you didn't have a record to your name and radio really was king?

Do you feel an overwhelming need to hear "Georgy Girl," maybe just one last time, even though you would never admit this to anyone?

Do you have a vague memory of a song called "Snoopy vs. the Red Baron"?

Have you at some time in your life been characterized as a music trivia geek?

If the answer is "yes" to any of the above questions, you need to check out Playa Cofi Jukebox post haste. Within seconds it will transport you to another musical era through its playlists of the top 100 songs from 1950-1984.

The site also features other playlists, and plans to expand its selection.

Thanks to Tinsie of Thoughts in a Nutshell for her reference to the site published this very day.


Tinsie said...

Hey, thanks for the mention! Glad you're enjoying the jukebox :-)

wcs said...

BC, many thanks for this link - it's great fun. I haven't heard Ooh Child by the Five Stairsteps in AGES.

I didn't realize how much music I've forgotten about over the years. But the words come right back proving that the brain stores lots of stuff that it rarely uses...

Betty C. said...

It's interesting to see how many one-hit wonders are sprinkled among the big stars, especially certain years.