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My 1975 Charts - June

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3rd June 1975

It’s another in a long run of one-weeker’s on top as Roy Wood gets his final solo number one, Oh What A Shame, and his last ever bar numerous returns of the Wizzard christmas classic. 4,076 more words

1975 Charts

and then, along came Jones

Some days start with quiet contemplations, today wasn’t one of them.


Hello out there, whatever is on your plate, work it, savour and enjoy. 89 more words

Pastor Mike's Minute Message: Squirrels, Revivals, And The Beauty Of God's Presence

“Suddenly…the radiance of the Lord’s glory surrounded them. They were terrified…” (Luke‬ ‭2‬:‭9‬ NLT)

In 1984, Ray Stevens used comic storytelling to frame what occurs when a young adolescent boy catches a squirrel (while visiting his grandmother in Pascagoula, Mississippi), brings it into church, where several self-righteous members – all with sinful secrets to hide – are prominent members … and the squirrel breaks loose from a box the boy has kept it in.

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Pastor Mike's Minute Message

Flash Movie Review: Big Game

As I made my way up the seldom used staircase to the attic I could hear the wood groaning under my feet. I rarely need to be up there where essentially it has turned into one large storage room. 426 more words


My 1970 Charts - May

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5th May 1970

2 weeks for The Beatles on top as The Long And Winding Road winds on, but in at 2 it’s an instant fave from Christie, Yellow River being a sort of poppier version of Creedence Clearwater Revival, and a very catchy song indeed and often played on Singapore radio. 2,077 more words


The Mayor Of Geneva Makes A Father's Day Proclamation!

So Ray feels like Father’s Day always seems to get the shaft compared to Mother’s Day. Mom’s get all the great gifts and everyone makes such a big stink about it. 49 more words