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Wedding Music: The Oldies-But-Goodies Reception


Yesterday I gave you some tips on planning your wedding reception music, which can be a challenging task when you try to appease everyone's musical tastes. You and your friends might have a different perception than your grandparents of what constitutes fun dance music — perhaps more "Golddigger" and less "String of Pearls." Yet if you truly want to make the oldsters happy and have a fabulous, danceable playlist (even for people who don't know how to jitterbug), check out my Oldies-But-Goodies Reception playlist.

From The Temptations to Sinatra to Louis Armstrong, you'll be able to shake your moneymaker and make your great aunts smile, so to take a listen,

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ewray4381 ewray4381 7 years
Our first dance is going to be to to "Love Is Here To Stay" by George Gershwin. I found a CD that had a recording of it sung by Gene Kelley. It's amazing. Etta James' "At Last" is definately on my playlist, as is "What a Wonderful World" by Louis Armstrong and "My Girl" by the Temptations. I'm hoping to add some Sinatra in there to, especially since my Dad likes Sinatra.
Linda-McP Linda-McP 7 years
My Girl, for sure! Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett would be great too.
true-love-waits true-love-waits 7 years
awesome idea radarkitty.. i may have to copy you for my july wedding.
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 7 years
Actually I would have Frank Sinatra play to please myself, not someone older. The music I listen to spans multiple decades going back to the 1920s.
radarkitty radarkitty 7 years
You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You was on my wedding playlist! We used the Swingers movie soundtrack actually. :)
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