Top Ten Songs by Engelbert Humperdinck
(born May 2, 1936)
10. / Another Time, Another Place / peaked #43 in 1971
9. / The Way It Used to Be / peaked #42 in 1971
8. / Les Bicyclettes de Belsize / peaked #31 in 1968
7. / The Last Waltz / peaked #25 in 1967
6. / There Goes My Everything / peaked #20 in 1967
5. / A Man Without Love / peaked #19 in 1968
4. / Am I That Easy to Forget / peaked #18 in 1967
3. / Winter World of Love / peaked #16 in… Continue
Added by The New AM 740 - Zoomer Radio on April 30, 2009 at 11:00am —
Hello all Zoomers,
How much do you know about Canada's aviation history?
I invite everyone to view a magnificent collection of vintage aircraft (some restored to flying condition, others rebuilt for static display) flown by Canadians in past wars and in United Nations peace-keeping missions.
Take a look at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum (Mount Hope, ON) web site at ...
My volunteer contributions to… Continue
Added by Peter M. Smith on April 29, 2009 at 6:41pm —
Top Ten Songs About April & May
(inspired by listeners Gayle & Mike Covey of Mississauga)
10. / April Come She Will / Simon & Garfunkel (fr. Sounds of Silence
9. / Five Days in May / Blue Rodeo
8. / First of May / Bee Gees (peaked #37 in 1969)
7. / April in Paris / Count Basie
6. / Pieces of April / Three Dog Night (peaked #19 in 1973)
5. / April in Portugal / Les Baxter (peaked #2 in 1953)
4. / My Girl / Temptations… Continue
Added by The New AM 740 - Zoomer Radio on April 29, 2009 at 11:00am —
Courage is important in every aspect of our lives: at work, at school, with our children, in our relationships, as coaches and mentors, in politics. This is where great leadership starts, both in organizational settings and in personal and home environments.
"Trust that still, small voice that says, "This might work and I’ll try it." "- Diane Mariechild
Organizational leadership can’t be separated from the rest of life—it is one. There is no “organizational leadership,”… Continue
Added by Lance Secretan on April 29, 2009 at 9:07am —
My daughter Nili is expecting her third child any day now. So that I’m free to go to Ottawa (where she lives) and help her out after the baby’s born I’ve been scheduling as many “check-ups” as I can this week. Yesterday, for example, I had a mammogram, a bone density test, and an interview/orientation about Disaster Response with the Red Cross. Tomorrow I have a re-do of a root canal. Funny that I need more body work than my car (but then again, my car is much younger). So here’s the thing.… Continue
Added by Sylvia Bereskin on April 29, 2009 at 8:35am —
I'm going to tell you a story about shoes. Well - it sort of has shoes as a main player in the story but truly it's about finding my way, one foot at a time. Even in my determination to withdraw from over-consuming I bought 3 pairs of shoes in one week just a few weeks ago, and so am feeling that I need to confess. Being Jewish, it's far too long to wait until next Yom Kippur (our standard confession season) so if you don't mind I'm going to do my confessing here.
One recent morning… Continue
Added by Sylvia Bereskin on April 29, 2009 at 8:25am —
Top Ten Hits from THIS Week in 1971:
10. / Stay Awhile Bells
9. / She's a Lady Tom Jones
8. / If Bread
7. / Just My Imagination Temptations
6. / I Am - I Said Neil Diamond
5. / Another Day Paul McCartney (his first solo hit after Beatles' break-up)
4. / Never Can Say Goodbye Jackson Five
3. / Put Your Hand in the Hand Ocean (from London, Ontario)
2. / What's Going On Marvin Gaye
1. / Joy to The World Three Dog Night
Listen to… Continue
Added by The New AM 740 - Zoomer Radio on April 28, 2009 at 11:00am —
My article on the 5 ways you CAN help someone who is grieving is posted on www.boomercafe.com.
Check it out!!
Added by Jane Galbraith on April 28, 2009 at 10:55am —
Hey, neighbor, good to be in contact again . . .
Added by Mylinda Howard on April 27, 2009 at 11:44pm —
Top Ten "Bobbies"
(celebrating the birthdays of Bobby Vinton on April 16, Bobby Rydell on April 26, and Bobby Vee April 29)
10. / Bobby Day / Rockin' Robin (his one big hit peaked #2 in 1958)
9. / Bobby Lewis / Tossin' and Turnin' (his one big hit peaked at #1 in 1961)
8. / Bobby Helms / My Special Angel (one of 2 classics including 'Jingle Bell Rock')
7. / Bobby Curtola / Three Rows Over (Canada's greatest 'Bobby')
6. / Bobby Freeman / Do You Wanna Dance (9… Continue
Added by The New AM 740 - Zoomer Radio on April 27, 2009 at 11:00am —
Countdowns, advocacy, fun tips, special guests, and great music...at work and all day, you'll hear the best of the best this week on AM740.
5:30am–10am :: The Happy Gang with Bill Gable, Eva D and John Gallagher
Monday, A guy who's trying to have post cards make a comeback; reasons the recession could be good for your love life; and an interview with a cast member from The Producers
, on now at Stage… Continue
Added by The New AM 740 - Zoomer Radio on April 27, 2009 at 5:00am —
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I don’t know if my high school experience was altogether so different from many of you, but I was unmotivated by my curriculum and generally a klutz athletically. I turned to music as my escape; working and practising with high school buddies and kids from other schools, I occasionally scored the odd gig in bars and parties, and less occasionally scored with the women. Various bands I was in were opening acts… Continue
Added by Eric Vengroff on April 26, 2009 at 11:30pm —
I would like to extend my services to all members! As a professional/independent in the Financial Planning Field my goal is to give you some peace of mind to all your questions and concerns. As we all know the financial markets have not shown us any positive gains this year, however most of us are not aware of other options to cushion the negative impacts of a credit crunch and poor economy. If you have been laid off recently, or retired and require a postive cash flow for your personal… Continue
Added by Carlos Duchesne on April 25, 2009 at 8:23pm —
Yup that smell reminds you of the rotten leaves that are stuck under your stairs, and imprisoned in your garden behind the sticky bushes, and lest we forget all the damage done by squirrels, raccoons and that ugly dog that poops in your yard because his master didn't buy a leash!!!!
Saturday dawns, gorgeous day, hot, sunny and I was awakened by the hammering of nails, and zinging of power saws and dogs barking with glee to be out of the house. I am armed with my rakes (yes I have 2)… Continue
Added by Toni on April 25, 2009 at 6:53pm —
Hi there Zoomers, Ken here, inviting you all to attend the Maple Festival and All That Jazz on Saturday May 2nd from 9 to 5 in downtown Bowmanville, about 12 miles east of Oshawa, easily accessible from 401, just take the Liberty street exit and head north about 2 miles to Highway 2. west about half a mile and you are in downtown Bowmanville.
Fun for all ages. Flapjacks and pure Maple Syrup. Jazz Bands playing all day!
Local Atisan Crafts, Displays and Street Performers,… Continue
Added by Ken Irving on April 24, 2009 at 4:29pm —
Top Ten Songs by Barbra Streisand
(Babs, the only person ever to win an Oscar (for acting & songwriting), Grammy, Tony, and Emmy, is 67 today)
10. / I Finally Found Someone (with Bryan Adams) / (peaked #8)
9. / Stoney End / (peaked #6)
8. / People / (her first hit, peaked #5)
7. / My Heart Belongs to Me / (peaked #4)
6. / Guilty (with Barry Gibb) / (peaked #3)
5. / No More Tears (with Donna Summer) / (peaked #1 - 2 weeks)
4. / You Don't Bring Me… Continue
Added by The New AM 740 - Zoomer Radio on April 24, 2009 at 11:00am —
Weekends on AM740 are times for reflection and celebration. You’ll hear great music, of course, but also some unique cultural glimpses and snapshots of the best that Toronto has to offer. Here are a few highlights of what’s on this weekend.
8am-9am :: From A Woman's Perspective with Marilyn Weston
Think Green with Marilyn this Saturday and learn all about a vehicle that reduces your… Continue
Added by The New AM 740 - Zoomer Radio on April 24, 2009 at 5:00am —
Added by rubyanne on April 24, 2009 at 12:01am —
Virginia Wild here. I just got off an incredible and awakening conference call. We all know what our goal is, but do we know how to get that goal?
The goal for most of us is financial. There has to be an emotional attachment to the reason we want that goal. Why are we doing this?
A goal without the passion is just a wish.
This is just one of the benefits that this community gives me. Along with support, calls, webinars, training and… Continue
Added by Virginia Wild on April 23, 2009 at 10:42pm —
Added by Deeare on April 23, 2009 at 9:23pm —