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There’s something magical about how music conjures up old memories. Music brings us back to happy times and sad times. To our childhood, our parents, our first kiss, our loves, our children, our old friends. The right song can bring us to a specific place, a precise hour, a time of year. Memory in Top 40 Music brings back some of those memories by reviewing the top of the charts from days gone by, through the eyes of history.

Memory in Top 40 Music SpokenJoe Williams

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There’s something magical about how music conjures up old memories. Music brings us back to happy times and sad times. To our childhood, our parents, our first kiss, our loves, our children, our old friends. The right song can bring us to a specific place, a precise hour, a time of year. Memory in Top 40 Music brings back some of those memories by reviewing the top of the charts from days gone by, through the eyes of history.

    Ep. 14 - July 20, 1969

    Ep. 14 - July 20, 1969

    The Apollo 11 moon landing marked the achievement of the goal laid out by President Kennedy in 1961 to land a man on the moon before the end of the decade of the 1960’s.  Join us in this episode of Memory in Top 40 Music as we tell the story of this first moon landing and count down the songs at the top of the chart on that historic day, July 20, 1969.
    Spotify Playlist:
    https://open.spotify.com/playlist/48TQMxyctDpjiaU6sSC2ZE?si=Vdh1r_p8TjOvxi0iZLSBdA
    email: Memory@SpokenJoe.com

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    Ep. 13 - January 12, 1969

    Ep. 13 - January 12, 1969

    Back before it was officially known as the Super Bowl, the New York Jets of the American Football League shocked the Baltimore Colts of the National Football League to win the football championship.  Join us in this episode of Memory in Top 40 Music to hear the story of how the guarantee of a daring young quarterback, Joe Namath, impacted the AFL-NFL merger as we count down the songs at the top of the chart on the day of that big game, January 12, 1969.
    Spotify Playlist:
    https://open.spotify.com/user/03x07at8b9z62qxhm2e39m4cf/playlist/7jT6HEz6YN6ASkNHRdG1gR?si=eajM9FpPQZq7WTTWwlb9SQ
    email: Memory@SpokenJoe.com

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    Ep. 12 - Aretha Franklin - Part 2

    Ep. 12 - Aretha Franklin - Part 2

    Following her death in August 2018, we explore the groundbreaking career of Aretha Franklin.  In this, the second of two special Memory in Top 40 Music episodes dedicated to the Queen of Soul, we look back at Aretha Franklin’s Top 40 chart success, and we pick things up in 1971.  Plus, in our Memory Jogger feature, we recall members of the Jefferson Airplane, the Angels and the Funk Brothers, as well as Roy Clark and a man who engineered many of the Beatles’ historic recordings.
    Spotify Playlist:
    https://open.spotify.com/user/03x07at8b9z62qxhm2e39m4cf/playlist/1kXxdi4J38fvbvogj7q3bd?si=Q9XFN82eQLmeFX-2OVfBGw
    email: Memory@SpokenJoe.com

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    Ep. 11 - Aretha Franklin - Part 1

    Ep. 11 - Aretha Franklin - Part 1

    Following her death in August 2018, we explore the groundbreaking career of Aretha Franklin.  In this, the first of two special Memory in Top 40 Music episodes dedicated to the Queen of Soul, we look back at Aretha Franklin’s Top 40 chart success through 1970.  In our Memory Jogger feature, we recall members of the Bay City Rollers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Jive Five and The Funk Brothers, as well as Tab Hunter, among others.
    Spotify Playlist:
    https://open.spotify.com/user/03x07at8b9z62qxhm2e39m4cf/playlist/5HCPQjzSuDgeMxXVxSQF1m
    email: Memory@SpokenJoe.com

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    Ep. 10 - July 4, 1976

    Ep. 10 - July 4, 1976

    The Bicentennial of the United States was one of the greatest days of coast-to-coast celebration in the history of the USA.  Join us in this episode of Memory in Top 40 Music as we tell the story of the Bicentennial celebration and review the songs at the top of the chart from July 4, 1976.
    Spotify Playlist:  https://open.spotify.com/user/03x07at8b9z62qxhm2e39m4cf/playlist/3KeimDQyQ9vVqvEvAbHVKB?si=AEEqmnUOSMuyUzIzwYxztg
    email: Memory@SpokenJoe.com

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    Ep. 9 - August 28, 1963

    Ep. 9 - August 28, 1963

    The 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom was designed to encourage America’s leaders to take the steps necessary to ensure the civil and economic rights of African Americans. It also gave us the “I Have a Dream” speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, words which remain significant to this day. Join us in this episode of Memory in Top 40 Music as we tell the story of that historic March on Washington and review the songs at the top of the chart from August 28, 1963.
    Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/03x07at8b9z62qxhm2e39m4cf/playlist/13nvkouivaL1w7P9FDMei0?si=jfeWOd-jQ46CJQ38196x4A
    email: Memory@SpokenJoe.com

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