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Cash Box Top Songs, Summer 1967

June 17 "Respect" Aretha Franklin
June 24 "Groovin" The Young Rascals
July 1 "Windy" The Association
July 8 "
July 15 "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" Frankie Valli
July 22 "Windy" The Association
July 29 "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" Frankie Valli
August 5 "Light My Fire" The Doors
August 12 "All You Need Is Love" The Beatles
August 19 "
August 26 "Ode to Billie Joe" Bobbie Gentry
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September 9 "
September 16 "
 

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Sitting and listening to music is a habit completely lost over the recent years of hearing loss. Years? Decades! I am rather dependent on Pandora and Spotify algorithms to make decisions as to what I like as i walk the Indoor Mile. It has been interested learning how they have analyzed that and evolved :).

It is a little difficult to have a wave of nostalgia take me back to a much earlier time, although possible. Easier for me to do that in my head ;).

Of course, I'm trying to gain rhythm and motivation for the walking and arm exercise. Beat Beat Beat ..! The music services do a good job with that although initially one emphasized "blue eyed" soul rather exclusively with the other going for Nashville R&B. :D. With a few thumbs-up now and then when the daily exercise wound down, they have broadened their offerings. Interesting, as I say. Appreciated, too.

Steve
 

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Sitting and listening to music is a habit completely lost over the recent years of hearing loss. Years? Decades! I am rather dependent on Pandora and Spotify algorithms to make decisions as to what I like as i walk the Indoor Mile. It has been interested learning how they have analyzed that and evolved :).

It is a little difficult to have a wave of nostalgia take me back to a much earlier time, although possible. Easier for me to do that in my head ;).

Of course, I'm trying to gain rhythm and motivation for the walking and arm exercise. Beat Beat Beat ..! The music services do a good job with that although initially one emphasized "blue eyed" soul rather exclusively with the other going for Nashville R&B. :D. With a few thumbs-up now and then when the daily exercise wound down, they have broadened their offerings. Interesting, as I say. Appreciated, too.

Steve

you need some little Stevie Wonder! :)
 

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