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GREATEST HITS Volume 1: Lost

Welcome to Greatest Hits, an ongoing series in which we will list and expound upon episodes, chapters–the best of the best, our faves from our faves. 2,265 more words

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Bay City Rollers: Greatest Hits

This one was a tough one for me to get through.  First of all, I have absolutely NO idea where the album came from.  Teen pop from the mid-70’s?   210 more words

Bay City Rollers

The 20 Best Songs of Shania Twain

Canadian bombshell Shania Twain made her debut on the country charts in 1993 with “What Made You Say That” which peaked at No.55. It was her second album “The Woman In Me” in 1995 that made her a global superstar with hits like “Any Man Of Mine” and “I’m Outta Here”. 150 more words

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Sly & the Family Stone

“Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)” b/w “Everybody is a Star” (1969) is one of the first mainstream funk singles, reaching the top of the U.S. 15 more words

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Collage

Some of my best work since the year began.  Some of it has been retweeted, reblogged, favourited, and quoted.  If I put any of these on Pinterest, they might be re-pinned as well.   17 more words

Mother's Day Mad Rush

  • Mother’s Day gifts do not need to be expensive, after all it is the thought that counts
  • Cheaper, more sentimental gifts will do just the trick.
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