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Daily Suggestion

This is a brand new category I’ve created to share my personal daily recommendations of songs to you. Perhaps once a week I will write my articles.

Song: Smarty Pants

Artist: First Choice

Album: Philly Groove Records Presents: The Early Years, Vol. 3 (2014)

Genre: Disco/Dance

Now, this is old! You can definitely put this in the obscure category. This song was not a big hit. It made its highest peak @ #56 on the Billboard Charts. However, I think it was a very nice song though. Interesting the phrase “Smarty Pants” had a different meaning growing up. The phrase was more associated with people who were arrogant. Never expected to hear this in a disco love song.

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Song: Operator [That’s Not The Way It Feels]

Artist: Jim Croce

Album: Photographs & Memories: His Greatest Hits (1975)

Genre: Easy Listening/Folk

Long after Croce’s tragic accident that caused his death, his music remains to be one of my most favorite. Play his music when you’re in a relaxing mood. Great for studying or low impact exorcises. I Got A Name (1973) is another great recommendation for you.

Song: Sincerely

Artist: The Moonglows

Album: Greatest Hits: The Chess 50th Anniversary Collection (1997)

Genre: Doo-Wop/Harmony

One of the most popular songs of the 50s. The song was written by Harvey Fuqua and Alan Freed; and originally sung by The Moonglows. These talented gentlemen formed in Cleveland OH, and developed a unique sound of their own. Sincerely hit #1 on the charts and remained their biggest hit. Their second popular song was “In The Middle Of The Night (1958).”