What songs from the 1960's are still on your playlist?

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Paul Revere&the Raiders

 

1966

Kicks

Hungry

Good Thing

(I'm not your) stepping stone

Indian Reservation- 1968

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@Wasn't Eddie Holman's song titled "Hey There Lonely Girl"?

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You talk too much- Joe Jones 1960

Mother-in-law- Ernie K. Doe 1961

Green Onions- Booker T&the MG's 1962

Denise- Randy&the Rainbows 1963

Time of the season- Zombies 1964

Heart full of soul- Yardbirds 1965

Gimme some lovin'- Spencer Davis Group 1966

Apple, peaches, pumpkin pie- Jay&the Techniques 1967

Tighten up- Archie Bell&the Drells 1968

Hey there lonely girl- Eddie Holman 1969

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Johnny Rivers

 

1964
Mountain of love

Maybellene

Midnight Special

Seventh Son 1965

1966

Secret agent man

Poor side of town

Baby I need your lovin' 1967

Summer rain 1968

 

 

 

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1965- Another great year

 

Lies- Knickerbockers

Laugh Laugh- Beau Brummels 

Double shot (of my baby's love)-  Swingin' Medallions

Friday on my mind- Easybeats

Down in the boondocks- Billy Joe Royal

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One of my favorite solo artists was Ricky Nelson. Used to watch the TV show "The Adventures Of Ozzie And Harriet" in the early 50's and 60's starring his mother and father, Harriet and Ozzie, and his brother David. Unfortunately, Ricky passed away at the age of 45 in an airplane accident on New Years Eve, December 31, 1985. Ricky was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 1987.

His 60's hits included:

 

Down Home 1963

Fools Rush In 1963

For You 1963

Gypsy Woman 1963

Hello Mary Lou 1961 (one of my favorites)

I Can't Help It 1960

I'm A Truck Drivin' Man 1966

I'm In Love Again 1963

I'm Not Afraid 1960

I Will Follow You 1963

It's Up To You 1962

Legend In My Time1963

My Blue Heaven 1965

Mystery Train 1967

Nearness Og You 1964

Stop Sneakin' 'Round 1962

String Along 1963

Summertime 1962

Teenage Idol 1962

Thank You Darlin' 1962

That's All She Wrote 1963

Todays Teardrops 1962

Traveling Man 1961 (another of my favorites)

Very Thought Of You 1964

Wonder Like You 1961

Yes Sir That's My Baby 1963

You Are The Only One 1960

Young Emotions 1960

Young World 1962

 

Got all of these off my ipod which I listen to every day. Never listen to the radio as the songs they

play today can't compare to the songs of the 50's, 60's and early 70's. Bought my first 45 in 1954,

"Rock Around The Clock" by Bill Haley and the Comets. Great times, Great Music.

   

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every thing from abba to zz top , 60's and 70's music is the best. love the beatles.

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My all time favorite is What'd I Say by the genius of Ray Charles.  1960

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Everything Beetles!

Jim Morrison 

The Who

Eric Burden and the Animals

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Two classic songs from the 1960’s come to mind that make me smile every time I hear them.  The first one “Save the Last Dance for Me” makes me think of my husband who had absolutely no rhythm although he never hesitated to get out on the dance floor. I finally suggested that we take Ballroom Dancing. We had so much fun and he actually made some progress, but whenever we were at a venue where others were dancing, he’d resort to his usual stomping like a farmer trying to put out a grass fire. The other song that reminds me of him is ”Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” that we frequently sang as a duet, especially in the car, and to the top of our lungs. My sweet husband loved, loved, loved to sing, but he couldn’t carry a tune in a bucket. Sadly, he passed away prematurely at age 55. I miss my dancing partner and songbird, but I also know that he would say to me: "Don't cry because it's overSmile because it (we) happened."  -- Dr. Seuss

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