Thanks for bringing out the thought for this thread, Sue! It seems there are a number of us who KNOW and LOVE music from the 60s!
If someone likes 50s or 70s songs with similar sounds as the 60s, by all means add it on. Bring a and enjoy REAL music! lol
THE BACHELORS - I BELIEVE
I BELIEVE - ANOTHER YOUTUBE with various pictures - spiritual/religious theme (including a unicorn!)
Now that I'm looking at all these songs, I am gleefully enjoying what I had forgotten I enjoyed so much! To UNICORN LOVERS (I know who you are!) Excuse me fellas, but the unicorns are still out there somewhere!
THE BACHELORS - THE UNICORN
HI Cheryl I use to love this song by the Righteous Brothers!
You Lost That Loving Feeling.
Thanks for all of you songs Cheryl!!!
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Wonderful idea for a thread Cheryl. Yesterday I was listening to almost all of the videos posted so far from my list of bookmarked music links on You Tube. Here is another one that always makes me feel better.
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Hi Barbara it's quite simple forget the embed thing click on share, copy and paste the url and write here as follows..
video: paste url here preview to see if it has worked.l
if not look at at begining of url and if there is an s after http delete the s and try again
Here is your film I clicked o the url by clicking 'select all and then copy before pasting here
Mary I did it for you.
Before pasting the link to the video all you have to do is type video: in the Reply to Topic box where we usually type our posts. Then take either the URL link from the browser, or as Lily does use the link that shows on the You Tube Share tab for the video you want to post. Copy and paste that after the video: without any spaces and then make sure that you delete the S if it shows HTTPS. Then click on preview and your video should show up. No need to highlight and use the link tool at all.
Your link should appear like this, without the spaces (if I left out the spaces the text would not show up, only the video.)
This post was modified from its original form on 15 Aug, 8:52
Mary before the url - link - where it starts >>http,
- you type video before the http >
> you have to then add the semi colons ->: , so it is - >
but before you post you,
>you click on HTML , next to the smiley face, >the big square will appear and that is where you post the above link,
Copy the link I just put up for you ,
- then post it ,> but make sure you click on the HTML on the tool bar above, as I said on the right of the smiley face,
- then paste the link in the box,
then click, on update at the bottom left,
you will then , -see the link in the usual post box,
then just click post reply as usual, and hey presto, there is your vid.
hope that helps, but remember for all vid clips, you have to click on HTML , then type video , then add> : so it's - video:http:// (rest of link) have a go , once you have done it, you will see how easy it is, and if you ever see >>
HTTPS just delete the s , to make it > HTTP
hellooooo Sue, you type quicker than me, he he he xxxxxx
This post was modified from its original form on 15 Aug, 9:06
Just saw your post Wendy, having a very slow day here, it's freezing because the UK stole our Summer this year. I'm blaming you of course, he, he. Instead of lows in the 20's it dipped to 11C last night, only 15C for the high yesterday instead of 30 something!
I have never used HTML to post videos, there really is no need. It is very quick to do just as a regular post. I'll have to see what happens that way though. Since I love to learn new things. Seems there are many different ways to post videos in groups. I follow the instructions Zen gave in her group back when we still had access to it.
Hi Sue it's chilly here today, too, so guess the sun is heading to Canada, so hey>>
send our sun back
Oh and Zen was the one who told me about the html, so I will re-read your instuctions, and try your way too, we always have an option then , love the Walkers by the way, hope you like the Moody Blues, see do you like the next one, x hugs x wendy k & kelly cats xxxxxxxx
Ireally miss Zen, She helped me so much. Does anyone hear from her?
Ah Wendy, I fell in love with the Moodies when Denny Laine was the lead singer before Justin and John joined the band and the Moodies sound was born. I was 11 at the time. They have remained my favourite band ever since. Remember this?
Sue, Just saw the song you posted, GO NOW, oh my gosh that song makes me melt , love love love it xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
by the way, I was Just dancing around the room, doing imaginary drum rolls to the song above, fills me full of get up and go zoommmmmmmmmmmmmmm
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....everyone who has posted here! I just spent a good 45 minutes here listening to everything. LOVELY to go back to memories of some really good times in my life, and that feeling when nothing bad could ever happen to you (except maybe a boyfriend breakup when life fell apart for no more than a week) lol. I had forgotten how much I loved so many songs we would dance and sing to. I must spend more time here! BJ Thomas - loved him! Then he just disappeared... where did he go? We haven't got any John Denver here yet. That Elvis song ... not to mention Elvis himself... sends flutters through me. In the video Sue posted he had come through the "boy" stage and was an extremely handsome young "man" with an amazing voice. The "girl" inside of me still gets the FLUTTERS for him and many others here.
Thanks for instructions re video embedment everyone. I had forgotten how to do it as I hadn't done it for such a long time. I remember when things changed a bit and ZEN taught us the new way. I miss Zen too, Sandi. She is now on Facebook but I haven't been on FB for awhile. Lynn will probably know what's new with Zen. At least we know where we can reach her.
I know these are before the '60's but they were very popular
Awwwwww, Pat Boone, Ricky Nelson, and Joni Mitchell! DEFINITELY REMEMBER! Lovely songs. Thanks for these great posts.