Best 60’s music. Rock and roll of the decade before started to merge into a more eclectic variant known as rock. Pop rock, beat, blues rock and folk rock grown in popularity. Also genres such as bossa nova, the cha-cha-cha, ska, became popular.
Best 60’s music
Hit the road Jack!
In memory of Jack. Ray Charles Lyrics Ray Charles Hit The Road Jack ------------------------------------------------------------ Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more. Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more. What you say? Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more. Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more. Woah Woman, oh woman, don't treat me so mean, You're the meanest old woman that I've ever seen. I guess if you said so I'd have to pack my things and go. That's right Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more. Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more. What you say? Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more. Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more. Now baby, listen baby, don't ya treat me this-a way Cause I'll be back on my feet some day. Don't care if you do 'cause it's understood you ain't got no money you just ain't no good Well, I guess if you say so I'd have to pack my things and go. That's right Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more. Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more. What you say? Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more, no more, no more, no more. Hit the road Jack and don't you come back no more. Well don't you come back no more. Uh, what you say? don't you come back no more. I didn't understand you don't you come back no more. You can't mean that don't you come back no more. Oh, now baby, please don't you come back no more. What you tryin' to do to me? don't you come back no more. Oh, don't treat me like that don't you come back no more. ----------------------------------------------- Hit the road Jack Recorded by singer-songwriter-pianist Ray Charles with the Raelettes vocalist Margie Hendricks. Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930 -- June 10, 2004) was an American singer-songwriter and composer.
Elvis Presley - Jailhouse Rock (Music Video)
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Neil Sedaka Oh Carol
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The Twist - Chubby Checker
The Twist(1960) by the great Chubby Checker. Video includes dance clips from the early 60's along with movie and television scenes.
Elvis Presley - In The Ghetto (Music Video) (1969)
In The Ghetto Written by Mac Davis Recorded in 1969 at American Studio, Memphis.
The Supremes Baby Love
This is the second of twelve number number 1 singles by the Supremes. Baby Love stayed at the number one position for 4 weeks. The next number one hits were come see about me, stop in the names of love, back in my arms again, I hear a symphony, you can't hurry love, you keep me hangin' on, love is here and now you're gone, the happening, love child and someday we'll be together. Their biggest competition on the billboard charts were the Beatles.
The Beatles - Can't Buy Me Love (Live)
Video of the Beatles performing CAN'T BUY ME LOVE, circa 1964. Crowd is really loud and annoying; funny white guys dancing in the background make up for it though.
The Beatles- All My Loving
Written by Paul in May of 1963 for then-girlfriend Jane Asher, a former child star and panelist on BBC-TV's Juke Box Jury who'd met Paul after interviewing the group for the magazine Radio Times. On tour with Roy Orbison in England, Paul found himself missing Jane and came up with what he thought was a poem for her while either shaving or riding on a bus (his recollections vary). Later, Paul found himself putting music to the already-finished words, a first for him. This track was recorded at the third session for With The Beatles and was the last song completed that day, being recorded just after "It Won't Be Long." Paul McCartney originally envisioned this as a country and western number, but changed his mind when the song turned out to be good enough to be considered as a single. George Harrison, for his part, kept his solo in that same vein anyway, modeling it after one of his idols, legendary sessionman Chet Atkins. John considered this one of Paul's best songs and is particularly proud of his own contribution to the track, a rhythmically demanding guitar which can be heard throughout the verses. Although some have believed George sings co-lead with Paul on the third verse, it's actually the double-tracked Paul singing harmony with himself; George did sing this harmony live. "All My Loving" is highly unusual among pop songs -- and possibly unique amongst Beatles tracks -- in that it features a bridge section, completely different from the other parts, that was written exclusively for a solo only; on most pop and rock songs, the solo is placed over an existing verse or bridge.
The Supremes At Hollywood Palace "Stop In The Name Of Love"
The Supremes At The Hollywood Palace Singing "Stop In The Name Of Love" 1960's
Four Tops - If I Were A Carpenter (1967) HQ 0815007
HQ-Video. Four Tops - If I Were A Carpenter. Die Four Tops machten Tim Hardin's Song zum Hit und Motown-Klassiker.
Edith Piaf - Non, je ne regrette rien (Officiel) [Live Version]
Edith Piaf - Non, je ne regrette rien (Officiel) [Live Version] Edith Piaf n'a pas chanté depuis un an pour des raisons de santé. A la veille d'un tour de chant à l'Olympia, "Cinq colonnes à la une" fait découvrir en avant première aux téléspectateurs sa nouvelle chanson : "Non, je ne regrette rien" . Interprétation de la chanson dans son intégralité, sur scène, avec orchestre.
I Got You Babe - Sonny and Cher Top of the Pops 1965
A great old classic... I Got You Babe Sonny and Cher Top of the Pops 1965
The Zombies - Summertime (1965)
En la antigua Grecia, la tragedía actuaba de catarsis puríficadora para las pasiones más bajas, propósito que también se daba en los dramones shakesperianos. En el pop, salvando las distancias y teniendo en cuenta que las comparaciones suelen ser por definición odiosas, la melancolía cumple el papel catártico de liberación sobre el eterno drama adolescente del fracaso amoroso (aunque en ocasiones esta dolencia pueda resurgir más allá de esta fase hormonal) a través de la empatia del duelo. Y los maestros consumados de dicho arte, dentro de la invasión británica, fueron sin lugar a dudas The Zombies, cuyos infravalorados singles deberían ser objeto de adoración por ser obras maestras del llanto pop ejecutadas en dos minutos y medio. Todo lo que hicieron es indispensable, y al igual que The Poets, representan ese lado intimista, dolorosamente introspectivo, que tan escasa presencia tiene hoy en cualquiera de las radioformulas al uso, escamoteando así la escucha de una experiencia auditiva necesariamente amarga, pero liberadora para tantos corazones solitarios que lastimosamente deambulan por nuestras hipertrofiadas ciudades. The Zombies actuan aquí para, quizá, el más mítico de los espacios musicales de la televisión inglesa de los 60, cuyo nombre tengo que omitir por razones de copyright, donde hacen una rendición del "Summertime", que en este canal ya apareció versioneado por Billy Stewart. Lo dicho, indispensables... COMMENTARIES WILL BE APPRECIATED! SE AGRADECEN LOS COMENTARIOS!
Golden Earrings - Dong Dong Diki Diki Dong
Dutch pop group Golden Earrings singing their 1969 hit "Dong Dong Diki Diki Dong".