Great, fantastic music. Just got me DVDs of 'The Wonder Years' too.
This takes me straight back to my teens. They just don’t make music like This anymore
All notes of these songs always running in my blood…I was borned in 1958 and still listen all of them. I love them all…!
Oh l Love this song very very much…The midnight train to Gorgia.This is called real song…not Hip Hop….!
Thank you my friend for just being you. I now know that I am not alone in this world.
Awesome line up of music..loved every song. I know music has evolved and evolution is supposed to be a good thing in most cases and in this case that would be a no. New music can't touch this!
Simple the BEST …! Musics ….of my time. Thank you….! Love these song ever.
Man I put this on and clean my whole house the playlist is bomb just great music song after song
the music crap today gets nowhere near these motown giants
Listening to time life commercial on TV…. that's my Superbowl half time entertainment.
All I can say it will never get better than this….. Thank you
this music is what we call soul food
This is classic, not a bad one in the bunch. It just brings back so many memories. My aunt teaching me the latest dance steps. I learn to dance from her. I give anything to go back and relive those days. Music made it wonderful to be a young teenager into a young man. You have your life ahead. nothing stopping you. That's what this music reminds me. now 58 I try to introduce this music to my granddaughter, she is eight. She tells me it's old school. I agree with her on that. But she is in tune with today's music. but grandpa sneaks in an oldie here and there. I see her in the mirror she is swaying to the sound. who knows there's hope.
Nothing but Gold👍👍👍👍
Why? What happened to us? My guess is this…rhythm is very powerful. We [all?] react to it perhaps instinctually. However words are extremely powerful. What does that have to do with Hip Hop and these presented/// earlier music styles? Words within song are very powerful. My suggestion is given that words in music are a bit of poetry…which expresses the writer's mindset from his/her culture. Your culture…my culture. Mindsets are the… values-moral fiber-experiences of the writer's environment [neighborhood [Hood]]. Hip-Hop expresses these realities… just like… any other era of life. Some Hip -Hop words are drug fueled, hate fueled, gang-tribal nasty $hit fueled and pathological, destructive concepts: the mindsets of many inner city populations. The JAILS are full! The opposite of this inner-city present day mindset is partially expressed in the songs on this video. Times were similar in a few ways for some but much different on the street back in the day. Less inmates..less gangs. One example: Chicago then and now. That's why! Suggested Conclusion: the music style you… enjoy… mirrors your mindset…unless you never heard of any other kind.
I was born in 57 so I grew up with all this beautiful Wonderful music dancing partying at a very young age everyone cool with one another no fighting no GUNS this takes me way back good memories😊😉😊JJ
I grew up listening to this music and still to this day in love with all these classic 70's hit; what wonderful memories…….
No one is not gonna mention that the lady in the picture looks exactly like Garnet from Steven Universe
I grew up in the late 60s and thru the 70s in LA and you have many of the good ones. Greatest era for music
this takes me back I born 1960 in detroit I remember the backyard bbqs these songs remind me of my big brother he died in 2013 rip Donald I will see some day soon God bless us all jackie
Growing up in the 60's & 70's this MUSIC shaped me to become the man I am today, It presented heart and great feelings it helped me put down serious game with the ladies…
That's when music was great ! Music is garbage today, the 70's where like no other !!!
amazing selection of music, when music was real. thank you!
Thank you for sharing this. Listening to it at work as my background music.
Doing my cleaning…. and singing … doesn't music like this makes routine things in life seem easier
Born in 1956. I remember jammin to this music at block parties outside of my grandmother's apt on 100th street in Harlem NY. I miss those days. Now my grandchildren are jammin to these same songs in my living room. LOL!!!
Mother. mother there's too many of you cryin'
To the 1,158 dislikes, get y'all young ass outta here!
I was born late 1960. These songs were my everything. We were so lucky. Every one of them one after the other on the radio were just awesome then and pure joy now
Media has hurt a lot of people and play a big part in racism we never had all this growing up and we all were together. What a shame and being torn apart and now we must come back together.
Can not understand how any one could not like born wrong time hard luck you missed out
I was born in 1958 so I had a lot of exposure to this Great Music !!! Reminds me of Jr. High and riding the school bus . Great memories !!!
Great collection !
HOJE EM DIA SO SE OUVE MERDA
SO MERDA DE SERTANEJA E FORRO DE CORNO
Greg is a god among mortals… and this thing ain't packed with ads. Thank you, Greg.
BORN 20/2/1964 I NEED A TIME MACHINE TO GO BACK WEN MUSIC IS MUSIC LAPTOPS COMPUTERS I PAD. WHO NEED THIS SHIT? JUST MUSICIANS!!!! LOVE FROM GREECE♥
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