Manfred Mann. Peter Sarstedt. A World Without Love. I Remember You. Frank Ifield. Sunshine Superman. The Shadows. The Wanderer. Shakin' All Over. Track Listing - Disc 2. Anthony Newley. Shirley Bassey. Georgy Girl. The Seekers. God Only Knows. Sha La La. Step Inside Love. Just One Look. Do You Love Me - Various - Hits Of The 60s Hollies. Do You Want to Know a Secret? On the Beach. We Are in Love.
I've Been a Bad, Bad Boy. Paul Jones. Craig Douglas. Super Girl. Graham Bonney. Richard & Mimi Farina - Pack Up Your Sorrows/ Joy Round My Brain Must to Avoid. I'm in Love. The Fourmost. Hi Ho Silver Lining.
Jeff Beck. Got to Get You into My Life. Rubber Ball. Bobby Vee. The Loco-Motion. Little Eva. Track Listing - Disc 3. Runaround Sue. Take Good Care of My Baby. Walking to New Orleans. Fats Domino. Baby Sittin'. Pistol Packin' Mama. Gene Vincent. Hippy Hippy Shake. The Swinging Blue Jeans. Walk Don't Run. The Ventures. Wonderful Land. Mean Mean Man. Wanda Jackson. Tobacco Road.
John D. The Nashville Teens. On the Road Again. Canned Heat. Pretty Flamingo. Seven Daffodils. The Cherokees. Hit and Miss. A cheery bolt of daydream escapism, amongst a background of social upheaval. Following a legal battle with his label King Records, a reinvigorated James Brown re-emerged revitalized. With its use of backwards tape, reverbed piano and hop-scotching rhythms this track was a psychedelic masterpiece from the tie-dye pen Syd Barrett.
The innocent, fairy tale romance nature of lyrics that cradled at young love like a Disney movie Spector was helped by Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry so touched Revulsion Tango - Nico Fidenco - Emanuelle In America Wilson that he covered the track with The Beach Boys two years later in A heady bolero that divvied up Alice In Wonderland references with not-so-subtle winks at drug assisted mind expansion.
Grace Slick perfectly captured the mids hope that narcotics could change perceptions and the world. A counter-culture classic. A hymn-like universal anthem which King penned with songwriting legends Leiber and Stoller, that was not only later to be covered by Jimi Hendrix but also used for the classic coming of age film of the same name and would become a by-word for 50s nostalgia.
Originally written by Richard Berry inThe Kingsmen put the track through the inner garage band grinder and created this walloping jive. As the ultimate stamp of grungy approval it would later be squished into submission by Iggy Pop. Recorded just 6 weeks before his death and released posthumously, this track was Redding looking back at a life that had seen him move to San Francisco from Georgia to seek stardom.
Its reflective mood was retrospectively haunting and the whistling solo was a happy accident — Redding meant to finish the lyrics before his fateful plane crash. Released at the butt end Do You Love Me - Various - Hits Of The 60s the 60s, Jagger and Richards captured the changing moods of the time, as race riots, Charles Manson and Vietnam had soured the hippie dream. A stabbing at their infamous Altamont gig added an extra dimension of bitter twang as the soulful crisis of the track signaled the end of an innocent era.
Nice bell work on the cymbals too. Trying to trace the roots of heavy metal? Many musicologists trace them to the red raw chords of this track, the ludicrously heavy third single from The Kinks and the one that sent them stratospheric. An evocative, inventive and timeless masterpiece.
Originally planned as a backing track for Gladys Knight and the Pips, this slice of songwriting perfection caught the ears of Motown producer Berry Gordy as the ideal vehicle to catapult his new group into the world. With the backing of The Wrecking Crew including the twin electric and double bass lines of Carol Kaye and Chuck Berghofer that give the track its distinctive sliding runsSinatra and Lee Hazelwood created a classic.
Since covered by everyone from Megadeth to Jessica Simpson. Has disenfranchisement ever sounded as guttural, raw, and downright cool as this? Throbbing, pounding, and dripping with Do You Love Me - Various - Hits Of The 60s energy it epitomises the lurid appeal of The Stooges at their very Provócame - Raphy Leavitt Y Orquesta La Selecta* - Provócame. On which pounding drums, Jagger drawl and the first sitar to feature on a Number One record combine for an indie disco favourite for now and all time.
One of the few tracks composed by Nanker — Phelge, which was the collective pseudonym the Stones used when all five of them — Jagger, Jones, Richards, Watts and Wyman — contributed to the writing and more importantly shared the royalties.
Is there a track in the world as gloriously filthy as this? But this is Led Do You Love Me - Various - Hits Of The 60sso of course it does. This song fires twin darts at your heart from the beginning. Smokey Robinson did it first. The Temptations My Girl 4. Louis Armstrong Hello Dolly! Steve Lawrence Footsteps 8. Tommy Roe Sheila 9. David Rose The Stripper The Sensations Let Me In Mary Wells My Guy This eclectic collection of rock, bubblegum pop, soul, and skiffle surveys the wonderful eclecticism that was prevalent throughout the decade.
However, the one major flaw in the series seems to be the erratic track sequencing from start to finish. Overall, it's a wonderful compilation filled with top-notch songs. But having a custom program function on your CD player will make listening to this even more enjoyable. Write an online review to share your thoughts with Do You Love Me - Various - Hits Of The 60s customers. Music Categories: Oldies: British Invasion. Benny Carter. Dorothy Squires. Billy Taylor.
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