MMMM: “Pumpkin Spice”

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For my last week (for now) as Guest Conductor, I had a simple request: do an acrostic, where the first letters of each song line up to spell "pumpkin spice," or "pumpkin" if you didn’t feel like finding 12 songs. Here’s my solution, using songs that reached #1 on the Hot 100 between 1965 and 1971.

I built this table with the TABLEIZER!, that takes a spreadsheet and turns it into an HTML table. Even sized all the columns!

#SongArtistYear
PPenny LaneThe Beatles1967
UUncle Albert/Admiral HalseyPaul McCartney1971
MMama Told Me (Not To Come)Three Dog Night1970
PPeople Got To Be FreeThe Rascals1968
KKind of a DragThe Buckinghams1967
II’m A BelieverThe Monkees1967
NNa Na Hey Hey (Kiss Him Goodbye)Steam1969
SSugar, SugarThe Archies1969
PPaint It, BlackThe Rolling Stones1966
II’m Henry the Eighth, I AmHerman’s Hermits1965
CCherishThe Association1966
EEverything Is BeautifulRay Stevens1970

Normally, the guest conductor displays the Linky here, but since WordPress won’t let me do it unless I give them an exorbitant amount of money, use the Linky at one of the regular conductors’ blogs. There’s a list of them down below.

And that’s Monday’s Music Moves Me for October 25, 2021.

Monday’s Music Moves Me is sponsored by X-Mas Dolly, Cathy, Alana, and Stacy, so be sure and visit them, where you can also find the Linky for the other participants.

20 thoughts on “MMMM: “Pumpkin Spice”

  1. Knew them all (no surprise to you, I’m sure). After reading Songbird’s post, I was all primed to hear The Monkees. Actually, I like almost all your selections but my favorite, besides The Monkees, was Cherish. Love The Association – had one of their albums. Alana ramblinwitham

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  2. John,

    I went with the longer form as you and we didn’t cross on a single song. I love building acrostic music sets. I’m delighted you pitched this as your last theme for October. I scrolled through your song list and I recognize many if not all of them. Now, I’m just going to listen to the set while I do other things. Thanks for being an honorary co-host this month. As always, it was a pleasure to have you on board and if you’d like to do it again in 2022 then let me know. 😉 Have a boogietastic week, my friend!

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