Good bye Ruby Tuesday.....you can hang a name on you...or that's what I used to sing.....lol~~~!
I like this song! Yes,it is before my time but I am an Oldies fan and listen to this music all the time! Ruby Tuesday's is also a restaurant chain here in the US.
Ruby Tuesday? 1967? I think I was conceived during that song. Or maybe it was Pleasant Valley Sunday? Yeah, that's the one. And that probably explains why I have an on-going thing for Peter Tork. Hey, don't look down on me! He had really good hair. m.
Not many rock songs feature the music of a recorder! Nice touch, boys.
I remember hearing it between screams and cries and diaper changes, but not very well because of screams and cries and diaper changes...............
1967, the Summer of Love; at least it was called that in California, where I lived. Funny, I still have the album this was on that I bought that year. It's in a box out in my garage. Still listen to the music on CD from time to time.
I like that song...
Oh, these Guys were sooooooo young then.......!!!!!!Wild and soft and courageous in these times...?!(I listened to their music a little later......!! 67..?...I started to hear my first sounds of baby lillaby.....)Fabulous...great memories....!!!!It is wonderful to be back on your most beautiful Foto- and Thoughts- blog....How much i missed; Jim....I have got to catch up!!!!!You changed most beautifully the look of it...so stylish...very elegant and sophisticated.....Magnificient work!!!Thank you so very much for your lovely words you left in my Tuscany, Jim, I appreciated it very much!!!Oh, I looked back in your posts and look: You three love to discover new restaurants.....mmmhhh; I got something for you too....!Un abbraccioneciao ciao elvira
Well, that brought back memories. I can pretty much frame some of the best years of my life between that, and Joplin's "Me and Bobby McGee." But, at least the Stones are still going strong.
I'm with Mark, I think I may have been conceived to this song, haha! But, it's always been one of my favorites. (BTW, all the COOL people were born in 1968, right Mark? hahahaha!)
The oldies are the best !!love the hair and the fashions styles !!
Bloody rocking tune this one! Great choice jim ;-)
I consider it a cool badge of honor to admit I remember these old songs! Although I preferred The Beatles, once in a while The Stones would toss out a tune I liked!
I was sweet sixteen.
Rockin' to the beat ... fun times!
Gary says '65-ish. Great song!Ok. Now tell me! What did your dad pay for his hearing aids? Veterans here can get them for free if they drive an hour to Winchester, Va.
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