51 Weeks: 51 Songs From the Past
When it comes to disco music, the first thing that comes to my mind is the Bee Gees. What a sound they had. John Travolta wowed us with his moves as the Bee Gees put down a fantastic sound track to Saturday Night Fever.
Disco changed the way we danced. It even got my hubby to get up and do a little dancing. I was a fan of the music and was sorry when it no longer was popular.
I found this you tube video with their greatest hits. Enjoy!
Published on Dec 22, 2014
► TOO MUCH HEAVEN ♪ 00:01 (cover song)
► ALONE ♪ 42:15
► AND THE SUN WILL SHIN ♪ 1:50:28
► CLOSER THAN CLOSE ♪ 26:34
► DON’T FORGET TO REMEMBER ♪ 1:46:57
► DON’T WANNA LIVE INSIDE MYSELF ♪ 1:19:42
► FIRST OF MAY ♪ 1:06:40
► HOLIDAY ♪ 50:38
► HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART ♪ 1:12:45
► HOW DEEP IS YOUR LOVE ♪ 46:37
► I CAN’T SEE NOBODY ♪ 53:35
► I HAVE GOTTA GET A MESSAGE TO YOU ♪ 34:27
► I STARTED A JOKE ♪ 57:22
► I.O.I.O. ♪ 1:16:44
► LET THERE BE LOVE ♪ 1:33:14
► LONELY DAYS ♪ 1:39:58
► MAN FOR ALL SEASONS ♪ 1:57:10
► MASSACHUSETTS ♪ 24:08
► MELODY FAIR ♪ 1:25:07
► MORE THAN A WOMAN ♪ 9:14
► MORNING OF MY LIFE (IN THE MORNING) ♪ 1:43:46
► MY WORLD ♪ 1:28:55
► NEW YORK MINING DISASTER 1941 ♪ 1:04:31
► NIGHT FEVER ♪ 17:35
► RUN TO ME ♪ 1:53:58
► SAVED BY THE BELL ♪ 1:36:50
► STAYIN ALIVE ♪ 37:34
► TO LOVE SOMEBODY ♪ 21:06
► TOMORROW, TOMORROW ♪ 1:00:33
► TRAGEDY ♪ 12:31
► WORDS ♪ 31:08
► WORLD ♪ 1:09:31
► YOU SHOULD BE DANCING ♪ 4:58
51 Weeks 51 Songs From the Past: Week 18
In 1959 when I was I attended an elementary school canteen with my then best friend Nancy. I remember thinking that I would not have anyone to dance with. Even at that young age I was beginning to worry about boys and what havoc they would bring to my life.
As I was standing around with girls on one side of the gym and the boys on the other side, a shy cute boy by the name of Michael Carr walked up to me and asked me to dance. I was elated and of course I accepted.
The song they played was Paul Anka’s Put Your Head On My Shoulder. The dance was magical and the music just perfect for my very first slow dance. After the dance, Michael said thank you and walked away never to be seen again. At least that’s what I thought after we moved two weeks later. However, years later I had moved back to my hometown and attended the local high school. Guess who was living not far from me and in a couple of my classes. Michael Carr.
We never talked about that dance years before, I think it’s because it would have ruined my memory somehow if we had. We never really became friends, but we were school mates and did travel in some of the same circles.
I have loved Paul Anka and this song since that night in 1959 and have never been able to sit still when I hear it. I hope you enjoy it too.
Uploaded on May 27, 2009
*STEREO*. Paul Anka sings a 1963 version of his 1958 hit, “You Are My Destiny”