This will tell you where to obtain the best boomer music.
Where can I find good baby boomer music online?
Let me guess, you’ve just heard that great Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young song in a TV show or car commercial and would like take a trip down memory lane just once, but can’t seem to find the record anywhere? Well, today is your lucky day, because I’m going to show a place where you can reliably and safely hear any song you want in seconds. So let’s get started, shall we?
My favorite place to find oldies is definitely Amazon Prime’s Alexa device. They have thousands and thousands of hits available. You can play all of the groups and artists you’re interested. Also play music by genre or even decades. I used the Prime free service and it is all I need. I download walking music to my phone as well. They have their paid music service, but really the Prime free version is all you need.
Next get yourself a pair of bluetooth earbuds. You can pay a lot or a little. My pair only cost $20 and they sound great. They are also great to use while walking too. Next I got myself Sleep Headphones, Bluetooth 5.0 Wireless 3D Eye Mask which I can listen to Audible with while in my Barca Lounger or listen to medition and sleep music in bed. They are cheap, like $20.
Finding great baby boomer music online is pretty easy if you know where to look… The web is full of great deals on baby boomer music, no more need to order the Time Life series you see advertised on TV. How old school!
I came from a small town where dancing and what they called wild music was just not allowed. But music and dancing became of important part of Boomers lives.
I came from a small town where dancing and what they called wild music was just not allowed. I mentioned before though that this Boomer is a free spirit. Remember those little transistor radios back in the day. Well you could see me at any time with one in my hip pocket. Of course the hip had to be turned just the right way to get the music to come in clear from the radio station. Oh and dancing in the small town was just a big no but I had the beat.
On a hot summer day you could catch me listening to some great hits. I would sing “I’m Sorry” by Brenda Lee at the top on my lungs and couldn’t sing a lick as the old country saying goes. Then there was Wild Thing, When A Man Loves a Women, and Papa’s Gotta Brand New Bag. Yes, and don’t get me started on Heat Wave, Sugar, Sugar and Save The Last Dance for Me.
Little did I know that my all time favorite “Harper Vally P.T.A by Jeanne C. Riley would become my early wild boomer life. Those hot pants and Go Go boots were my thing. I worked hard and played hard and oh did I love to dance. I would dance with my broom while cleaning house or dance the night away when out on the town or by then it was the city.
Then along came the song Ride the White Pony and my disco dancing could clear a dance floor any time. If possible I would stay on a dance floor and close the place down. They talk about running for exercise in today’s world but I am here to tell you back in the day, I danced for exercise!
Years were passing so I had to change my style. I met up with a band leader and turned COUNTRY. Now can you believe those apples. I have sat with Chuck Berry at one of the places he owned and listened to him get a crowd roaring. I was on a roll now and switched again. This time it was Two stepping, country waltz, the 10 step and Cotton eyed Joe just to mention a few country dances. Don’t let me get started on dancing to that all time great hit, Ride Sally Ride. OH my, Oh my those were the days of music and dancing.
Then that thing called middle age started to creep up on me and I found my self sitting on a bar stool listening to “The Queen of the Silver Dollar by Dayle Holly.” That did it! I had to grow up. Now that does not mean that I stopped listening to music nor did I stop dancing. It just means I changed my way of life. Maybe you could say maturity hit me or maybe I just needed to try something else like meditation music, easy listening,Christian rock, blues and jazz. I even listened to a little Opera but that night will not be repeated. It is great music but just not my THANG!
So here I sit today remembering back to Chicago, Three Dog Night, The Beatles and the list goes on and on. Those tunes will never leave my head and I can still pat my foot any old time. Yes sirree, those Boomer days were some great times. Let’s keep on rocking and rolling because the Band Stand Group is not over yet!