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  • tbry
    started a topic Top Hit When You were Born

    Top Hit When You were Born

    For my birth date it was this... You Belong to Me...Jo Stafford... like the song but I have never heard of her.

    How about yours...http://playback.fm/birthday-song
    Last edited by tbry; 02-08-2016, 04:14 PM.

  • puretube
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    "16 Tons" by Tennessee Ernie Ford...

    cheers,
    Ton/puretube...

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  • davie
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    Neat website!

    I got Cyndi Lauper's Time After Time

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  • Dendy Jarrett
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    The day before I was born it was Sherry by the Four Seasons (like Phil),

    But for the actual day I was born, this odd instrumental was the number one hit: Telstar by The Tornados (an odd name for a British group where they rarely - if ever- see a tornado).

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  • techristian
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    Rock around the Clock...Billy Haley and the Comets .....for me !!!!!!

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  • nat whilk II
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    I always say, everyone's got to be born sometime

  • guido61
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    Tossin' and Turnin' by Bobby Lewis
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  • Phil O'Keefe
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    You could do a lot worse than an Everly Brothers classic!

  • Phil O'Keefe
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    You must have been born close to the same time as my wife - that was the #1 song when she was born too.

  • sirfun
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    WHAT ARE WE GOING TO TELL OUR FRIENDS WHEN THEY SAY ?? )

    oo la la !! )

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  • blue2blue
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    "How High the Moon," Les Paul & Mary Ford. I actually knew that from before (but had pretty much forgotten). It was a hit for quite a while, as I recall.

    By the way, I'm more than a little leery of giving websites my b'day; I used an approximate date here. That said, most people seem to have no problem exposing their BD. I get 2 or 3 Facebook BD notifications a day for other folks it seems like sometimes.

    It's funny, I just did a Google accounts 'security audit' (very brief) because they're adding 2 GB to your Drive space when you do and noticed that they're finally suggesting people drop their 'security questions' (Who was your first grade teacher? What was your first pet's name? Etc.) because they have figured so prominently in some prominent hacks of tech writers and celebs. Frankly, I couldn't believe when Google added such questions. So dumb, right off the top.

    Forbes (2016-02-09, today only) Google Is Awarding 2GB Of Free Drive Space To Promote Safer Internet Day
    Last edited by blue2blue; 02-09-2016, 12:38 PM.

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  • Phil O'Keefe
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    I can tell you without looking it up - it was Sherry, by the Four Seasons. Not a bad song or group by any means, but I think I would have rather had Green Onions by Booker T and The MGs, which I consider to be one of the coolest instrumental songs ever waxed. Green Onions was at #5 at the time.








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  • gismo recording
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    Gene Autry - Rudolf the Red-Nosed Reindeer

    That's pretty strange. I could see it if my birthday was in mid December but it's a whole two weeks after Christmas.

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  • WRGKMC
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    Elvis Presley - All Shook Up

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  • Mandolin Picker
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    Pop Song - My Heart Has a Mind of Its Own by Connie Francis

    Country Song - Alabam by Cowboy Copas

    Movie - Spartacus with Kirk Douglas, Laurence Olivier

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