Oldies/Song title


This is not a trick question because I don't know the answer myself. I'm just curious as to why I've seen the record "Moments to remember" on Amazon records(AM-45-1003)printed with either "Moments" or "Moments to remember" Which is correct?
I asked this Question to another member but they drew a blank! Thank you.

I'm going to use my own judgment on that one. If the song is Moments To Remember as originally done by the Four Lads and The Vogues, then Moments To Remember is exactly what the title should say. To just say Moments could be far too misleading, at least for me. For another example, you wouldn't just title a song Heartaches when the actual song is Heartaches By The Number. Those are two entirely different songs.


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Jim Ervin


I have a good general knowledge of oldies rock and roll, traditional country and some pop music up until the late '60s and especially pre British invasion stuff. Automotive songs are a specialty of mine and I love Doowop and R&B oldies.


I had my own radio program on a local volunteer station, CJSF, from 2001-03, in which I played automotive related music from my own collection as well as spoke about the latest old car shows in my area. I'm also a singer/songwriter with 3 songs recorded on CD and many more I'd like to record.

I'm a member of S.O.C.A.N. and a local old car club, Lions Gate Model A Ford Club. I'm also a past member of the Pacific Bluegrass & Heritage Society as well as a songwriters group.

My writing appeared for 16 years in a national Canadian newspaper called Old Autos, published twice monthly. In it, I published stories on every automotively related song I knew of. For instance I did an extensive article on the many group names which took their names from car makes and models,

Pop and rock music history was taught as a part of the radio broadcasting course I took at B.C.I.T.

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