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Even the music back in the 60s that was bubblegum pop is better than a whole lot of the music now. There were so many revolutionary bands from the 60s. Musically, things happened that would change the world forever back then.
Let us compare poppy songs from the 1960s to poppy...
First job sees me at college where I met Nick who loved blues music. He had heard of a concert in Wales where Peter Greens Fleetwood Mac were playing with Jethro Tull and Elmer Gantries Velvet Opera. Missed him and the bus so hitch hiked from Birmingham(England). Got there at 22...
I love music. I have much music on my iPhone . From hard rock to Classical.
" it's For You" you can tell me the composers without looking it up, if you can. Cilla Black made it famous, mid 60,s ? A interesting version was done by, Three Dog Night, totally different. I'm pretty...
In the year 2525
If man is still alive
If woman can survive
They may find
In the year 3535
Ain't gonna need to tell the truth, tell no lies
Everything you think, do, and say
Is in the pill you took today
In the year 4545
Ain't gonna need your teeth, won't need your eyes...
One thing that makes me crazy about the 60's songs and the old songs in general is the innocence and the simplicity of the lyrics!
When I listen to this kind of music I fantasize and imagine myself in black and white living an innocent love story with someone who would give me...
this was the era i grew up in the 60,s were great for rock n rollit started for me with the Beatles they were the ones who every one looked to for musical direction there were many good bands back then , the stones, the kinks,Herman and the Hermits, the Doors and many more it was...
Paul McCartney just turned 70. But what really makes me feel old is I can't stand most of what passes for popular music now. I don't know and don't care about who's popular now. I want to go back to the music of my teen years.
I guess I'm lucky I lived in the north of England and liverpool was close by we used to go to the cavern and see the beatles live what an atmosphere hot sweat exciting you knew you were in on the start of something great. Then protest came along and we felt "we shall...
Here are a few of the tunes I have:
Simon & Garfunkel: Hazy Shade of Winter, Only Living Boy in NY, So Long Frank Lloyd Wright
The Hollies: Carrie Ann, Look Through Any Window
The Zombies: Time of the Season
Neil Young: Cinnamon Girl
The Strangeloves: I Want Candy...
This is a collection I made for my daughters. Everyone is famous, but often do not get the play time today.
End is just some fun silly stuff.
But here is a list I just made for my daughters Stuff many people don't know. All famous and some are different covers of the same song...
Hello darkness, my old friend
I've come to talk with you again
Because a vision softly creeping
Left its seeds while I was sleeping
And the vision that was planted in my brain
Within the sound of silence
In restless dreams I walked alone
Narrow streets of...
I really love all music but I do enjoy the 60's and some of my fav's would have to include...
Nancy Sinatra (These boots were made for walking)
The Monkees (all)
The Four Seasons (Big Girls Don't Cry)
The thing is, with regard to music from the 1960's, it really gives off the feeling of having fun, ( good times, memories etc), music actually meant something & the artists actually had REAL voices that could easily be heard.It has a sound all of it's own, a heartbeat that holds...
While I was only 13 years old in 1970 I grew up with 3 older brothers that were all really in to music. My oldest brother Was the lead in the band "The New Generations." They played as a warmup band for the Beach Boys in 1964. I remember them doing a practice session on our front...
The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, and a lot else... Wow, those were pretty good times, huh? Now all kinds of music sound the same to me... The sixties' music actually make my brain dance!
I was 17 and a senior in high school listening to basic pop, movie themes and Roger Williams. One day I was in the mall in Albemarle, NC looking through the albums when the cover art of "Axis: Bold as Love" jumped out of the bin and grabbed me. I bought the record, listened to it...
1)-Heatwave - Martha and The Vandellas
2)-Can't Buy Me Love - The Beatles
3)- Green Onions - Booker T and The MG's
4)-Quarter To Three - Gary US Bonds
5)-My Guy - Mary Wells
6) - House Of The Rising Sun - The Animals
7)-I Feel Good - James Brown
8)-Shake - Sam Cooke