I can answer questions about pop music from the 1950's, 1960's, 1970's and 1980's. I can help track down hard to find songs based on lyric fragments or other minimal information. I was an expert in this field but due to a family situation, was away from e-mail for a couple of weeks and forgot to put in a vacation listing with AllExperts.
I have been answering questions for this site for a few years. It would be nice to be reinstated. I have no idea how many questions I have answered but many people have written to me to say how I have touched their lives by helping them locate a song that is important to them or a loved one.
I am a college graduate.
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Hi Richie The line "cry-yi-yi over you" is in the song "Singing The Blue" by Guy Mitchell. However, that is not a doo wop song and the other lyric you listed is not in there. If you can tell me a little
Hey Randy How cool! Yes, I remember doing that in April of 1981. I finally faded and fell asleep during Theme From Mahogany and my wife came and carted me home. I finished up the list the next night on
Hi Bob, A few months back, apparently, this transpired. This, from the Loudwire site: Tragic and truly disturbing news to report, as former Goatlord guitarist Joe Frankulin murdered a woman and her
Hi Swen Not totally ringing a bell with me based on those lyrics. I did think of a mid-70s song called Black Water by The Doobie Brothers, which has some great lyric about funky Dixieland music...but
Hi Lorenzo You might be thinking of the song "What Now My Love". It's a mid-60s standard and there have been hundreds of recordings of it, in many languages. Originally a French song called "Et Maintenant"
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