Friday, January 17, 2014

The Shades of Blue. "Oh How Happy." Motown Records. 1966.

Hi everyone!

This is Eddie K, your host and photographer here at Eddie's Railfan Page.

Just in case you haven't figured it out by now, especially all the "Non Railfans" and others
who enjoy my blogsite for various reasons....Eddie's Railfan Page is more than just photos
and stories of trains and transportation subjects...It is also a fun and variety oriented nostalgia
page packed with happy memories for most if not all to enjoy.

Music is one of my favorite subjects.

I was born In Chicago Illinois way back in 1962, and I had grown up listening and appreciating
to many of the top singers, bands and song writers during the 1960's, 70's and 80's eras.

I was only 4 years old when the Motown Records vocal group known as "The Shades of Blue" had released their big top
hit single in 1966 entitled "Oh How Happy". As I recall...another Motown Records family
singing act known as "The Jackson 5", also recorded a cover version of this during the early

This particular song, has always been a favorite of mine.

Eddie K.

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