The Moody Blues, the most brilliant band ever
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You are a person of most excellent taste, Cindy 🙂
Loved the Moody Blues. My era, totally. 🙂
Mine too 🙂
What a great idea! Sparks off so many memories ~ especially The Moody Blues and Ms Grace. Make me wonder about the others though!
The Moody Blues sparked off the most memories for me. I wasn’t familiar with the Rednex at all, as I didn’t listen to pop music in the ’90s. I’m definitely a ’60s & ’70s girl. But it’s interesting comparing the four decades, although I think that next time I do one of these posts, I’ll stick with my two favourites.
Ah, the Moodys 🙂 This was before the amazing Justin Hayward joined them as well. Still going strong I believe.
The sign of true musicians, rather than overnight wonders, are those who are still going strong more than forty years after they started out.
Oh my…what a fab trip down memory lane, love it…I got to see Foreigner once 🙂
Ah, you went to pop concerts, too. What I found interesting was that some of the supporting acts I saw, went on to become famous in their own right i.e. The Kinks (earlier known as the Ramrods).
I didn’t go to many Sarah, my brother was the one for Queen, Black Sabbath and the like. I was more likely to be seen down at at the nightclub disco-ing the night away 🙂 Love The Kinks…how wonderful you got to see them!
I only went through a nightclub spell for about six months, before deciding it wasn’t for me. Do you remember that over-21’s club called Jenkinsons in our old stamping ground?
No I don’t know that place Sarah but I remember The Running Buck in Ipswich 🙂
The Running Buck sounds very suspect, Sherri. Makes me think of the rutting season! 😉
Haha…well, I’ll say no more about that Sarah, no more at all… 😀
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