Feb 102014

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Music on World off

Welcome aboard our 180th week of “Monday’s Music Moves 


I’m the Conductor on this Musical trip.  Co-conductors are my buds Callie of JAmerican Spice, Stacy of Stacy Uncorked, Cathy of  Curious as a Cathy, Naila Moon of Just the Stuff You Know and Honorary co-conductor this month will be our Becca from Every Day Life  due to the fact that our co-conductor Stacy will be taking a hiatus for a few weeks because she’s moving.  Yep our gal bought a beautiful house.  If you stop by her place you can take a peek!   NOW LET’S ROCK THIS PLACE & get this TRAIN rollin’!

STEPS:  You Tube,  lock & load!  Grab “Monday’s Music Moves Me” Button.  SIGN LINKY, Follow US, & leave a Rockin’ comment! Finally, Boogie down to your Fellow Rockin’ Bloggers & bring some back with you to join us!  As you may have noticed any link that you see with NO MUSIC you don’t  have to visit if you don’t want too. It’s for your convenience. Do I watch out for my Buds or what?  Our “SPOTLIGHT DANCER” now gets the PRIVILEGE of picking A “THEME” BUT EVERY OTHER DANCER TO KEEP UP WITH THE THEMES! FREEBIES REMAIN THE SAME.



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Don’t forget to follow everyone! Now let’s ROCK!  
DAncing girl

This week’s THEME  is  LOVE!  GOOD LOVE OR BROKEN HEART due to Friday being Valentine’s Day!

How about we start out with a very old favorite by Neil Sedaka, “Breaking up is Hard to Do”,

SOLITAIRE by Neil Sedaka and sung by Clay Aiken

 Another old favorite is Lionel Richie with, “Hello”
& last but not least is another Lionel Richie, but with Diana Ross in “Endless Love”
Well that’s it my friends out there in Blogland – WHO LUVS YA BABY!!!  Now hop away & see how many more tunes you can find to rock the HOUSE!  Best Music Blogs. Please visit the site and vote for my blog.Also, don’t forget to visit Music Monday for more ROCK & ROLL FUN!

BBoopTophat MMM

  13 Responses to “Monday’s Music Moves Me”


    I got here early this week! Love, love all your picks. “Breaking Up is Hard To Do (the slow version) will always be one of my favorites. “Endless Love” and “Hello” really take me back. But Clay Aiken and his rendition of Sedak’s “Solitaire” really did it for me. He was cute back then, whew. Happy Monday’s Music Moves Me sister friend. Hope you have a fabulous week!


    Great clips! and theme [of course] is perfect =)
    HapPy to find Naila here – just did a readathon for Winter’s Respite –
    Create with Joy had your link up so I’ve added my Song for Sunday for your Monday post =)
    Hoping you enjoy …


    Woot! I made it early too! And I ADORE Lionel! Endless Love – such a great song and HELLO – I wanted to be the girl in the video!

    What a fabulous week for this theme! Thanks a million!.


    What great songs! I have not heard Neil Sedaka in ages.


    Oh! brilliant Marie I love the oldies excellent slow version of Breaking Up Is hard To Do

    Have a oldietastic week 😉


    I love slow dancing to old love songs! These are all excellent choices to get the groove on at the start of the week. This is gonna be fun to see what everyone else picks! Have a lovable week!


    Great song choices today Marie! I love Neil Sedaka! I thought about sharing Endless Love (been trying to tie in with my Alpha theme each week) but was in the mood for some Enya today. Will probably do a Valentine share this Friday since it’s my anniversary…

    Have a wonderful week and see you at WW!


      Awww You can count on me to come, and HAPPY EARLY ANNIVERSARY!!! WOO HOO!!! WOW Did you get married on Valentines Day? How cool is that!!! Thanks for joining us sweetie YOU ROCK!


    I posted on time but forgot to link! Monday brain.
    Although your songs are somewhat sad, they are beautiful and among my favorites.


    Oooh I’ve always loved that song by Diana and Lionel!
    I enjoyed your mix Dolly!

    Have a fun week!


    Interesting visit down Memory Lane.



    gret set of tunes.


    Good selections! Last to the party as usual, but mine’s finally up thanks to a snow day!

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