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Philles:  Crystals

               Darlene Love

               Bob B Soxx and Blue Jeans

              Ronettes

              Righteous Brothers

             Ike and Tina Turner

              Alley Cats

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Cameo Parkway:  Chubby Checker

                                Orlons

                                Dee Dee Sharp

                                Bobby Rydell

                                Dovells

                                Tymes

                                Candy and the Kisses

 

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No Reply The Beatles

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Louie Louie the Kingsmen 1963

Only the strong survive Jerry Butler 1968

Blood,Sweat&Tears from 1969

And when I die 

Spinning wheel

You've made me so very happy

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A Beautiful Morning- The Rascals

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Take a letter Maria by RB Greaves 1969

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Can't believe I missed this one:

 

Concerto for Group & Orchestra - Deep Purple & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (1969)

 

This was the first live performance of original music for a rock band with orchestra. It wasn't easy, and all of the band were not comfortable with the idea. But Jon Lord had put so much effort into the project, the band agreed to do it, and then moved quickly to release their first hard rock album, Deep Purple in Rock. The professional musicians of the orchestra found it frustrating, but in the end, the conductor pulled them together. The performance was a success and really put Deep Purple on the musical radar. What was considered a novelty at the time, is now mainstream. Everybody does it.

 

"Music can change the world because it can change people." - Bono
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This is such a fun forum, sometimes I think I see something I love so much that I start believing it was an original idea and throw it out there again! 🙂


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@DarleneFL  - Don't worry about duplicates if it's on your playlist and you want to include it. Sometimes I will just ditto someone else's list if it matches up closely to my own. It's all about sharing our favorite music, and just having fun.

"Music can change the world because it can change people." - Bono
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The Court of the Crimson King.     And big whoops, my Badfinger post belonged in the 1970s thread.  Duh.

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