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Saturday, December 31, 2011

MOD SINGERS & MOD LADS - LET'S HAVE SOME FUN


Happy new year, all; this rollicking jam seems like a good way to help bring in the new year!

While I love a good serious side as much as the next music fanatic, sometimes an infectious little happy number such as this one simply goes directly to my heart, changes the heart rate a bit and instantly endears itself. Records just don't come any more genuinely happy.

Wish I could tell you anything about these Mods, but their story seems to be lost to history. I believe that they were Chicago based. I'm also guessing the year. As always, if you know anymore, please write!

from c1971...

MOD SINGERS & MOD LADS - LET'S HAVE SOME FUN



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5 comments:

Greenockian said...

Here's a little Northern gem by Frankie Newsome that has the same writer.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_I3EMkxnh98

Happy New Year to one and all from Merrie England.

Jeff said...

Searching for "Sago" turns up a 1969 date for this 45 on Discogs.com. Also found, as you probably did, that Nicolet Publishing was indeed a Chicago company. Thanks!

Stu K said...

Wow - that guitar is on the get down...what a find, what a post for the last day of 2011...what a way to end the year - hats off to Derek

Anonymous said...

uhhhhh uhhhiii i feel so good. nothing else to say. great tune, derek.

Platinum VoicePR said...

Hello Everyone, This is my Grandfather's song! I met them when I was a little girl. They used to practice in my grandparents living room! Thank you so much for the kind reviews