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That’s a photo of some original cast member of the 60’s cult classic tv show, Gilligan’s Island. They [except for Skipper, Alan Hale] weren’t the only things that changed before the show hit our tv screens. Check out the original opening song below.
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Midday Music Day 55. More Than a Feeling by Boston.
Boston’s first album propelled them to the top of the charts. Everyone was playing it… and some still are!
Midday Music Day 54. Dust in the Wind by Kansas.
These lyrics seemed so profound…
Midday Music Day 53. Time in a Bottle by Jim Croce.
Another classic by the great Jim Croce.
Midday Music Day 52. Alone Again by Gilbert O’Sullivan.
Midday Music Day 51. Tie a Yellow Ribbon by Tony Orlando and Dawn.
This was a popular song with young and old alike. I enjoy the song, but it brings back special memories because of how much my grandmother liked it. In fact she loved Tony Orlando and Dawn. She watched their tv show and even bought their album!
Midday Music Day 50. It Never Rains in Southern California by Albert Hammond.
Midday Music Day 49. Dancing in the Moonlight by King Harvest.
The summer after 7th grade… good times…
Midday Music Day 48. Right Down the Line by Gerry Rafferty.
Midday Music Day 47. Just Remember I Love You by Firefall.
Midday Music Day 46. I’d Really Love to See You Tonight by England Dan and John Ford Coley.
I could listen to this song everyday and not get tired of it. It brings back great memories of high school glory days.
Midday Music Day 45. If by Bread.
Yesterday’s song reminded me of a song that could have been recorded by today’s band, Bread.