Wednesday, October 27, 2010

You've Got 4 and 20 Hours, Just One Day to Prove to Me. Make Me Believe.










17 comments:

Don said...

Baby, baby where did our love go?
Da doo ron ron da do ron ron. :)

diane said...

Don: It was a time of optimism, passion, revolution, and soul, wasn't it.

jadedj said...

OK, OK, I admit it...I remember every damned one of them...and had their albums.

diane said...

jadedj: I slipped in a few modern ones too, like the Fugees. hehe.

Heff said...

Who ARE these people ? LMAO !!!

diane said...

Heff: If you don't know, I can't tell you.

jadedj said...

My 13 yr old daughter's influence.

Marian said...

Ah love the images captured in the moment!
Hope you are well
X
Marian.

diane said...

jadedj: My daughters loved Lauren Hill when they were 13.

Marian: Glad to oblige. Did you change your profile pic? You always look soooo amazing.

Joanna Jenkins said...

Those were the days.
xo jj

diane said...

Joanna: How about those dresses on the Supremes? Aren't they fab?

Bella Harris said...

Sweetie, how are you??? I've missed you. Thank you so much for your lovely comments. Alex and I always enjoy reading them!!!

Much love

lady sélénite said...

thes glamourous and vintage photos make me want to dance !
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Mr. Charleston said...

What's not to believe?

diane said...

Bella, Thanks, that's so sweet of you to say.

Lady S, I know, right?

Mr. C, Really good music will fuel your passion and beliefs. As far as what not to believe? Don't get me started.

texlahoma said...

I'm far too young to remember any of these.
No, when I was a kid I had a transistor AM radio, I would put it under my pillow at night, pretend to be asleep and listen. The Motown sound was one of my favorite.

diane said...

Tex, I had forgotten all about my transistor. I used to love to take long walks early in the morning before my parents were up, listening to my radio. Everything was a bit of a disappointment after Motown.