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    Juke Box 'On Line'

    If you want to be transported back to earlier eras, this 'Jukebox' is brilliant, has music for each decade from the 1940's ( bit before my time) until 1999.

    The web site has an unfortunate name, but I have just enjoyed listening to hits of the 1960's, brilliant!

    Here is the link:

    UpChUcKy's Time Machine & 12 Packs
    Lizzie sigpic

    #2
    Hi Lizzie,
    Great site - thanks.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Brian, South Ockendon View Post
      Hi Lizzie,
      Great site - thanks.
      Glad you enjoyed it Brian, I choose a year, just did 1965 & let all ten tunes play in the background whilst I research cruises etc.. I have just been singing along to the 'Sounds of Silence' I remember all the words!
      Lizzie sigpic

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        #4
        Great - I love anything from the 1040's to 1960's.

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          #5
          Originally posted by Lizzie, Lymington View Post
          Glad you enjoyed it Brian, I choose a year, just did 1965 & let all ten tunes play in the background whilst I research cruises etc.. I have just been singing along to the 'Sounds of Silence' I remember all the words!
          Hi Lizzie,
          Funnily enough I was listening to Tony Blackburn's radio 2 show in the car today and one of the years was 1963 - the song that I remember was "deck of cards" by Wink Martindale! this shared a top 10 position with the likes of the Beatles and the Stones!
          Have you tried Spotify to listen to - I am not sure if it still free to new users.
          Last edited by Brian, South Ockendon; 19th May 2012, 08:43 PM. Reason: sent prematurely

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            #6
            Another great site Lizzie.

            Just been transported back to 1968
            sigpic*Carol M*

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              #7
              Just had a lovely hour down memory lane, thanks Lizzie

              Beryl

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                #8
                It doesn't appear to work on my wifes iPad - any suggestions?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Brian, South Ockendon View Post
                  It doesn't appear to work on my wifes iPad - any suggestions?
                  Sadly this website uses Adobe Flash (the curse of the modern internet) and therefore not available on the iPad.

                  I would seriously recommend a service called Spotify. You can listen for free to almost everything, and with a small subscription can even save music for offline listening (iPhone, iPad and Android) and free yourself from the adverts.

                  I love the fact that you can legally listen to all the music you want, anywhere, instantly!

                  It's the best £9.99 a month I've ever spent! Happy to answer any questions about it.

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                    #10
                    I love the 60s. Each track I hear I can remember a place connected with it.....happy times without a care in the world. And the Pirate stations too!

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by dst87, Falkirk View Post
                      Sadly this website uses Adobe Flash (the curse of the modern internet) and therefore not available on the iPad.

                      I would seriously recommend a service called Spotify. You can listen for free to almost everything, and with a small subscription can even save music for offline listening (iPhone, iPad and Android) and free yourself from the adverts.

                      I love the fact that you can legally listen to all the music you want, anywhere, instantly!

                      It's the best £9.99 a month I've ever spent! Happy to answer any questions about it.
                      Thanks Duncan, looks good.

                      What I liked about the Juke Box, was that I could select a year, leave it to play the 10 tracks for that year whilst looking at other websites. For me the attraction was I didn't know what the tracks were ( I didn't look at the scroll list) & some I had completely forgotten about. I would never have thought of looking for them, it's an 'age thing'!

                      Also on that site you can select an artist & hear twelve of their 'tracks'.
                      Lizzie sigpic

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Brian, South Ockendon View Post
                        Hi Lizzie,
                        Great site - thanks.
                        May be this site domain is expired because it doesn't open for me.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Anchorage AK USA, Stoneking View Post

                          May be this site domain is expired because it doesn't open for me.
                          A lot can change in 9years.

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Brian, South Ockendon View Post
                            Hi Lizzie,
                            Funnily enough I was listening to Tony Blackburn's radio 2 show in the car today and one of the years was 1963 - the song that I remember was "deck of cards" by Wink Martindale! this shared a top 10 position with the likes of the Beatles and the Stones!
                            Have you tried Spotify to listen to - I am not sure if it still free to new users.
                            I remember my daddy going to the Glasgow Barras every Sunday for weeks looking for the Deck of cards record. He eventually managed to get a copy. Great song.
                            don't want to work, just want to cruise.

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