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golden oldie

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noun (sometimes initial capital letters)
Informal. something once popular or valued that has retained its appeal or for which interest has been reawakened, especially a popular song or record.
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Origin of golden oldie

An Americanism dating back to 1965–70
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British Dictionary definitions for golden oldie

golden oldie

noun
something old or long-established, esp a hit record or song that has remained popular or is enjoying a revivalAlso called: oldie
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