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Ocean Grove at night. By Paul Goldfinger. Summer, 2015. ©

Ocean Grove at night. By Paul Goldfinger. Summer, 2015. ©

 

KIP MOORE   from his album Up All Night

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Boardwalk Pavilion. c. 2005. Paul Goldfinger photograph. Silver gelatin print. ©

Boardwalk Pavilion. Ocean Grove.   c. 2005. Paul Goldfinger photograph. Silver gelatin print. ©

 

 

JOHN BARRY   “Somewhere in Time”

 

 

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OG Dark One. May, 2015. By Paul Goldfinger ©

Wesley Lake  Ocean Grove side. May, 2015.  Can you see a star?    By Paul Goldfinger © Click to enlarge.

 

Here’s a classic but largely unknown Doo Wop song called “I See a Star” by the Roulettes.

If one reviews the internet world of Doo Wops, this group is known, but I never heard of them or of this song.

But this song has all the classic doo wop components.

Any comments by any of those fifties survivors who danced to this music or just played 45’s on a little player which you could take on a date or listen to in bed?

Paul Goldfinger  Editor   Blogfinger.net

 

c. 1958 ?? Internet photo

 

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Boardwalk where A. Park meets O. Grove. Summer. OG lifestyles. Paul Goldfinger photo. ©

Boardwalk where A. Park meets O. Grove. Summer. OG lifestyles. Paul Goldfinger photo. ©. Will our North End become Hollywood Part II ? Click to enlarge. 

 

 

BILLY JOEL   “Say Goodbye to Hollywood.”

 

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Ocean Grove North End. July, 26,  2019. Paul Goldfinger ©

 

NEIL YOUNG

 

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Ocean Grove Beach. Paul Goldfinger ©. Undated.

 

 

BILLIE HOLIDAY.

 

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Wesley Lake. Ocean Grove, New Jersey. Paul Goldfinger photo

Wesley Lake. Ocean Grove (L), New Jersey. Paul Goldfinger photo 2012  ©

The Citizen Patrol folks who monitor nocturnal Ocean Grove  get to see quite a few night- time creatures like raccoons, possums and some shadowy people.

But, if you go out and about and study the light, you will see the moon reflecting on the ocean and you will see the lights on the boardwalk, but there are other sights to see, such as the lights twinkling in and about Wesley Lake.

Those of you who have low light digital cameras, you might want to walk the streets of the Grove and check out the night scene.  Watch your shutter speed.  If it is below 30, make your ISO setting higher   (ie more sensitive.)   This will keep your image from blurring.—Paul

MICHAEL CRAWFORD  “The Music of the Night”  from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera:

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Paul Goldfinger © Summer,, 2019. Ocean Grove

 

THE FIVE SATINS:

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Mt. Hermon Way at New Jersey Avenue. Nocturnal Grove. Paul Goldfinger ©

 

EVA CASSIDY   “Imagine”

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Auditorium Square Park, one summer night. Ocean Grove. c 2013. Paul Goldfinger photo. Click to enlarge

THE DANLEERS:

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