Are you searching for a hard to find song or artist from the 1950s through the 1970s? Well, then you’ve come to the right place. Or, if you are just a music fan like me, you’ll still enjoy this site.
It’s really easy to navigate too. You can use the alphabetical listing at the top of the page or search by song title, which is also at the top of the page. They are also in alphabetical order, so it’s easy to find them. So, that’s the core of the site, so to speak, so why don’t we talk about all the other neat little extras you’ll find here?
Our Top 40 – here you will find their listing of the top 40 Oldies. It’s an interesting list, but there are some on there that I wouldn’t consider nearly forgotten like Aretha Franklin’s “Respect.”
Articles – here you will find a couple of articles to read, including one on what types of music exactly qualifies as Oldies.
What’s New – here you will find recent updates. Find out what’s new on the site at the click of your mouse.
About Us – find out all about “All But Forgotten Oldies” here. Find out what they are about and who’s mentioned them.
Help – well, we all know what this section is for, huh? Here you can get help if you have trouble with the site.
Name that Tune – I found this section particularly interesting. They give you some great ideas on how to problem solve through remembering the name or artist of a song that is stuck in your head. Check it out.
Find it on CD, Sheet Music, Vinyl and MP3s – these sections give you hints on how to locate “hard to find” music in these different formats.
Pretty easy to use, huh?