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Listening to Sounds of the 60s 1 Week, 4 Days ago Karma: 49
Of course the 60s and 70s were basically my decades of great music; still involved in the 80s (mainly through TV and radio) and even the 90s (the Tipsheet - which still continues here in the Noughties and Tensies). But I think music means less to today's listener. It is now a luxury; nice but not vital. To my generation it was like air or water - essential. The big summer hits this year - 2017, are Sheeran's Shape of You and Despacito. But - whilst they are as good as hits from the past (to me Despacito is simply 2017's Macarena), I don't think they come any longer up there with our 60s and 70s hits. Views?
 
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NCS

Re: Listening to Sounds of the 60s 2 Days, 22 Hours ago  
The fact there's no responses says everything! Sad but true.
 
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Re: Listening to Sounds of the 60s 2 Days, 20 Hours ago Karma: 49
Yes with over 4000 views and just the one reply.
 
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Re:Listening to Sounds of the 60s 2 Days, 15 Hours ago  
JK2006 wrote:
Of course the 60s and 70s were basically my decades of great music; still involved in the 80s (mainly through TV and radio) and even the 90s (the Tipsheet - which still continues here in the Noughties and Tensies). But I think music means less to today's listener. It is now a luxury; nice but not vital. To my generation it was like air or water - essential. The big summer hits this year - 2017, are Sheeran's Shape of You and Despacito. But - whilst they are as good as hits from the past (to me Despacito is simply 2017's Macarena), I don't think they come any longer up there with our 60s and 70s hits. Views?

I saw Go West in Eastbourne a massive 80s band and there were still lots of empty seats.
 
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