Singapore 60's Music Siva Choy: Incredibly Gifted Intellectual. 'Why You So Like That?' By Old Bloke.
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34m ago
Siva Choy: 'Why You So Like Dat?' 50,000 vinyl copies sold. https://www.nlb.gov.sg/main/artist-detail/music/11659-choy-siva There are many moments when I find a rush going to my head; that there are generous people out there who write positively about others but yet do not reveal who they are. Old Bloke is one. Thank you for writing this piece about Siva Choy. Singapore 60s Music fans will ever be grateful for this gem of a write-up about him.  "There'll never be another Siva Choy. And the world will be a poorer place for it. The most apt description I've ever heard of Siva was while jo ..read more
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Singapore 60s Music Blog: Selamat Hari Raya Aidil Fitri 2024
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by ANDY: Pop Music Not Pills. ©
4d ago
 UP TO 300 VIEWS IN 5 HOURS Gita Gutawa with the perfect pitch ! https://www.kkbox.com/sg/sc/playlist/CquS9RnPpwXnbegUIF SELAMAT HARI RAYA  AIDIL FITRI 2024 TO ALL MUSLIM READERS  AND FRIENDS It's goodbye Puasa! And hello RAYA ! Watch this video. Gita Gutawa: 'Idul Fitri'  [up to 5 Million views] YouTube video from Sony Music Entertainment. It's one of the best videos I have seen these years; a very well produced piece  and truly great viewing. Full of vitality in an Arabian market atmosphere, the message of forgiveness and love is clearly exemplified on t ..read more
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6d ago
  If you take information from this blog, do acknowledge the contributing writer and the blogger.  Out of politeness, credit them after your written article, book, documentary, etc. because copying is nothing but stealing. We are aware because of tracking devices that check personal digital footprints on this blog. Thank you ..read more
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Singapore 60s Music Makers: Cycling @ Ang Moh Kio, Paya Lebar, Thomson: By Ronald Ho.
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by ANDY: Pop Music Not Pills. ©
1w ago
Ronald and his group of cycling friends in the 1950's when Singapore was wild with unguarded fruit trees and empty roads. "I found a key which happened to be a master-lock key..." https://www.istockphoto.com/photos/bicycle-lock-with-the-pole A delightfully enchanting tale from good friend, Ronald Ho, that may not move any young person's heart today. But I love it! There were no handphones, lap-tops, digital games or bubble-tea drinks but lots of good 'clean' fun, fruits and BICYCLES! Thanks Ron. Andy, all kampong boys somehow learn to ride bicycles even though they do not have the ..read more
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Andy's 60s Music Blog Has 3.5 Million Plus Views April 2024.
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2w ago
  MILLION PLUS VIEWS It hit a high of 3.5M+ views on Good Friday April 2024 ..read more
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A Reflection On Passion Week - Jesus, The Passover Lamb. By Dr. Phil Chan.
Singapore 60s Music Blog
by ANDY: Pop Music Not Pills. ©
3w ago
 A reflection on Passion Week … Jesus, The Passover Lamb. Recently, I recalled my time in Cambridge during Lent term commemorating Jesus’ last week on earth, also known as Passion Week. Although Pontius Pilate found Jesus innocent, he let Jesus to be crucified. He even gave Jesus a Latin title as inscribed in IESVS NAZARENVS REX IVDÆORVM, meaning “Jesus The Nazarene, the King of Jews”. One may commonly find INRI on internet images as given above.  Beautiful Hymn: O Sacred Head Now Wounded: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UgkVTtT-0xg&list=RDUgkVTtT-0xg&start_radio=1 John 1 ..read more
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Singapore 60s Johnny Lion, Harry Cheok Sings Rolling Stones @ Chinese Swimming Club
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3w ago
  Harry Cheok won the Johnny Lion of Singapore Competition in the 60s, for some years now. He has kindly allowed me to post his videos when he was singing at the Chinese Swimming Club.  ..read more
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"A Brief Encounter With The Late SG PM Lee Kuan Yew!" Says Freda Hanum. Have you?
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by ANDY: Pop Music Not Pills. ©
3w ago
Our former Singapore Prime Minister,  Lee Kuan Yew [LKY] who passed away on 23 March, 2015. Meeting Former PM Lee Kuan Yew In Person: LKY was my mum's most favourite person; she would attend all his rallies and his talks... I was with her all along since 12 years of age. I was so excited when I had a brief encounter in a taxi and LKY was in his car driven by the chauffer, stopped by the traffic light next to our taxi. He looked at me and gave me a wave with the most kindly smile, I shouted to my mum saying, "It's LKY there next to us!" ?  I never forget this brief encounter w ..read more
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Remember Good Friday 29th March 2024. Judy Chong Lee's: The B.A.R.T.E.R. For My Life
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1M ago
'Whispering Hope' sung by Jim Reeves  Gospel YouTube Video from: HomoHumanus. Thanks to Jimmy Lee [ETA] and his wife Judy for another religious poem she wrote. An appropriate time truly as Good Friday is approaching...  The B.A.R.T.E.R. For My Life I Believe that this universe is not random That there is a creator of heaven and earth The God who created man with free will and freedom And had their names written in His book of life at birth. I Acknowledge this world is full of sin and hell-bent Injustice and evil will tempt all to pay the price I'm amazed God so lov ..read more
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'Music Maker' [1963] Richard Anthony: Dedicated To All Singapore Music Makers
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by ANDY: Pop Music Not Pills. ©
1M ago
'Music Maker' sung by Richard Anthony.  YouTube Video by: Sids60sSounds. Richard Anthony passed away on 19.04.2015. Romanticism At Its Most Eager Richard Anthony: Many music lovers are aware of Ray Anthony the 1950's famous band leader and trumpeter. Shakespearean lovers would be aware of Mark Antony, Caesar's loyal friend in the play who was also with Cleopatra.  Not many though would remember Richard Anthony, the French singer who recorded a song I love, even till today. This post is dedicated to all music makers...  French singer The late Richard Anthony sings 'Mus ..read more
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