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    Question OT-Fifties songs.

    Did you ever try to revive one of those horrible 50's songs using JABB and GPO? I think will try several once my system can handle it. (and by system I don't mean PC).
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    Re: OT-Fifties songs.

    Like, say daddio ... what's your favorite fifties song or least favorite?
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    Re: OT-Fifties songs.

    I like almost all Buddy Holly and the music as it was used in the movie American Graffiti. Really fit the story-telling!
    http://www.amazon.com/Original-Hits-.../dp/B000002O81

    Rock Around The Clock
    Sixteen Candles
    Runaway
    Why Do Fools Fall In Love
    That'll Be The Day
    Fanny Mae
    At The Hop
    She's So Fine
    The Stroll
    See You In September
    Surfin' Safari
    He's The Great Imposter
    Almost Grown
    Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
    Little Darlin'
    Peperment Twist
    Barbara Anne
    Book Of Love
    Maybe Baby
    Ya Ya
    The Great Pretender
    Ain't That A Shame
    Johnny Goode
    I Only Have Eyes For You
    Get A Job
    To The Aisle
    Do You Wanna Dance
    Party Doll
    Come Go With Me
    You're Sixteen
    Love Potion 9
    Since I Don't Have You
    Chantilly Lace
    Teen Angel
    Crying In The Chapel
    A Thousand Miles Away
    Heart And Soul
    Green Onions
    Only You (And You Alone)
    Goodnight, Well It's Time To Go
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    Listen to my collection here

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    Re: OT-Fifties songs.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ernstinen View Post
    Worst Song: "Que Sera Sera" by Doris Day.
    What a way to ruin a Hitchcock movie, huh? The only time that song ever worked for me was when Ned Flanders sang it waiting for the world to end.
    Garritan on GarageBand '08 using Intel iMac with 1.5G RAM
    Listen to my collection here

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