Music That We Adore

Take a trip through the 60s, 70's and 80's Music, and relive all the songs and artists that marked an Era.

Best-Selling Artists

The Beatles - Elvis Presley - Michael Jackson - Frank Sinatra - Bing Crosby - ABBA - Julio Iglesias - Led Zepplin - Nana Mouskouri - Queen

Best-Selling Singles [Millions Sold]

White Christmas 50m- Candle in the Wind 33m- Silent Night 30m- Rock Around the Clock 25m- Diana 20m - We Are the World 20m- If I Didn't Care 19m- Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 18m- Yes Sir, I Can Boogie 18m

Great Song Lists

You will enjoy more discographies of artists on this blog than most other blogs.

Great Artists - Great Albums

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Friday, August 14, 2020

Various Artists - Twist and Shout - Chartbreakers: Twist and Shout

01 - Twist and Shout
02 - Viens Danser Le Twist
03 - Ya Ya Twist
04 - Kissin´and Shout
05 - Peppermint Twist
06 - Let´s Twist Again
07 - Tequila Twist
08 - Twistin Usa
09 - Twistin' the World Around
10 - Spanish Twist
11 - Buzzsaw Twist
12 - The Twist
13 - Chopstick Twist

Various Artists - Unforgotten Pop - Rock_ Please Mr. Postman, The Loco-Motion, and more

01 - Please Mr. Postman
02 - The Loco-Motion
03 - Bobby's Girl
04 - Don't Hang Up
05 - Sixteen Reasons
06 - Mashed Potato Time
07 - Please Love Me Forever
08 - I Want to Be Wanted
09 - Letter Full of Tears
10 - What's a Matter Baby (Is It Hurting You)
11 - Everybody's Somebody's Fool
12 - Will You Love Me Tomorrow
13 - Love Walked In
14 - I Don't Want to Take a Chance
15 - I Love How You Love Me

Various Artists - Unique Christmas Blues

01 - Swingin' Them Jingle Bells
02 - Go Where I Send Thee
03 - Begin a New Life On Christmas Day, Pt. 1
04 - What Are You Doing New Year's Eve_
05 - My Christmas Baby
06 - No Christmas Blues
07 - Santa Claus Baby
08 - Merry Xmas
09 - Christmas Blues
10 - Seeking for Me
11 - Silent Night Holy Night
12 - Christmas Party Shuffle
13 - When They Ring the Golden Bell
14 - Christmas Time Blues
15 - Mr. Santa Boogie
16 - God Gave Us Christmas
17 - Christmas Time Blues
18 - Merry Christmas Baby
19 - O Holy Night
20 - Winter Time Blues
21 - Merry Christmas Baby
22 - Sweet Little Jesus Boy

Various Artists - 60´s Pop - Rock Hit Singles - The Hucklebuck

01 - The Hucklebuck
02 - Bill Bailey Won't You Please Come Home
03 - My Home Town
04 - War Paint
05 - Whole Lotta Shakin'
06 - Be My Girl
07 - Along the Navajo Trail
08 - Something Happened
09 - Vaquero
10 - Corrine Corrina
11 - I Can't Stop Loving You
12 - Shief Whoop-in-Koff
13 - Don't Do It
14 - I'll Be There
15 - Lets Think About Living
16 - You've Got Everything
17 - Patrick Henry
18 - Countin Teardrops
19 - I'm Hurtin'
20 - Wonderful World

Various Artists - 60´s Jukebox-Mix-Nut Rocker

01 - Nut Rocker
02 - Dream Baby
03 - Love Letters
04 - Wonderful Land
05 - The Young Ones
06 - A Little Bitty Tear
07 - Softly as I Leave You
08 - Come Outside
09 - I Can't Stop Loving You
10 - Last Night Was Made for Love
11 - The Wanderer
12 - When My Little Girl Is Smiling
13 - Hey Baby
14 - Tell Me What He Said
15 - Forget Me Not
16 - Walk on By
17 - Good Luck Charm
18 - Crying in the Rain
19 - Twistin' the Night Away
20 - A Picture of You

Tommy Roe - Discography - 320kbps

Tommy Roe

Widely perceived as one of the archetypal bubblegum artists of the late '60s, Tommy Roe cut some pretty decent rockers along the way, especially early in his career -- many displaying some pretty prominent Buddy Holly roots. In fact, Roe's initial pop smash, 1962's chart-topping "Sheila," was quite reminiscent of Holly's "Peggy Sue," utilizing a very similar throbbing drumbeat and Roe's hiccuping vocal. The singer had previously cut the song for the smaller Judd label before remaking it in superior form for ABC-Paramount. The infectious "Everybody" -- another hot item the next year -- was waxed in Muscle Shoals at Rick Hall's Fame studios, normally an R&B-oriented facility (it's not widely known that Roe wrote songs for the Tams, a raw-edged soul group from his Atlanta hometown). Once Roe veered off on his squeaky-clean bubblegum tangent, he stuck with it for the rest of the decade. His lighthearted "Sweet Pea" and "Hooray for Hazel" burned up the charts in 1966, and he was still at it three years later when he waxed his biggest hit, "Dizzy," and "Jam Up Jelly Tight."

1962 - Blue Ghost
1962 - Sheila
1963 - Something for Everybody
1964 - Everybody Likes Tommy Roe
1966 - Sweetpea
1967 - It's Now Winters Day
1967 - Phantasy
1969 - Dizzy
1970 - The Very Best of Tommy Roe
1979 - Hanky Panky
1991 - Tommy Roe
1997 - Maybellene
2011 - Jam Up And Jelly Tight - 20 Classics
2013 - Working Class Hero Vol. 1
2013 - Working Class Hero Vol. 2



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Paul Revere & the Raiders - Discography



One of the most popular and entertaining rock groups of the 1960s, Paul Revere & the Raiders enjoyed seven years of serious chart action, and during their three biggest years (1966-1969), sold records in numbers behind only the Beatles and the Rolling Stones. And their hits -- "Steppin' Out," "Just Like Me," "Hungry," "Him or Me -- What's It Gonna Be," and "Kicks" in particular -- are now seen by compilers as bold, unpretentious pieces of '60s rock & roll with a defiant, punk edge.

Paul Revere was born Paul Revere Dick on January 7, 1938 in Harvard, Nebraska. He learned to play the piano as a boy, and developed a keen appreciation for the work of Spike Jones & His City Slickers. He joined his first real band while in his teens, and was later joined by 16-year-old Mark Lindsay (b. March 9, 1942), a singer/saxman who ended up replacing the group's vocalist. Called the Downbeats, they were popular at local dances, and cut a demo for Gardena Records in Los Angeles, where the company's owner was interested in issuing a record, but only if they changed their name. Revere's given name was such a natural as a gimmick that they became Paul Revere & the Raiders. Their third single, a Jerry Lee Lewis-style instrumental, charted low in the Hot 100, and by the middle of 1963, they were one of the major music attractions in the Pacific Northwest.

A Christmas Present...And Past
Alias Pink Puzz
Collage
Goin' To Memphis
Hard 'N' Heavy (With Marshmallow)
Here They Come!
Indian Reservation
Just Like Us!
Like Long Hair
Midnight Ride
Revolution!
Something Happening
The Spirit of '67

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A Christmas Present...And Past

Alias Pink Puzz

Collage

Goin' To Memphis

Hard 'N' Heavy (With Marshmallow)

Here They Come!

Indian Reservation

Just Like Us!

Like Long Hair

Midnight Ride

Revolution!

Something Happening

The Spirit of '67


Wednesday, August 12, 2020

R.I.P. Trini Lopez

Trini Lopez Dies of COVID-19 at 83
Trini Lopez has died of complications from Covid-19. He was 83. His debut album Live at PJ’s is one of my all-time favourites; one of my most-played records. And it is without a doubt the album I would recommend as music’s equivalent of a Happy Pill. I find it impossible to hear this album without having a smile, without hearing a smile. Trini Lopez knew how to communicate a song.


The many standards and cover versions that dominated his repertoire are served up here, and on other recordings (I’ve collected a handful, having been turned on to his sound by hearing PJ’s and it’s second volume) without instrumental virtuosity; the focus always on the song. Singalong classics.

So, sad news today. And a reminder – one of so many – of the impacts of Coronavirus. The brutality of it. Particularly for people in their 70s and older.

I’ll be thinking of Trini even more than normal today. I’ve already listened to Live at PJ’s twice this morning. And it’s about to go for another spin. So I’m hoping for a very good day despite this very sad news.


His music is happiness.


Trini Lopez - Discography -320kbps Bitrate - R.I.P.

Trini Lopez recorded a series of upbeat tunes for Reprise during the mid-'60s, including a smash rendering of the folk standard "If I Had a Hammer" in 1963. The Dallas native cut some Ritchie Valens-influenced rockers for the King label prior to his discovery by producer Don Costa. Lopez's hits capture the excitement of his live performances, and his driving renditions of "Kansas City" (1963), "Lemon Tree" (1965), and "I'm Comin' Home, Cindy" (1966) were substantial sellers. Reportedly one of Dean Martin's favorite performers, Lopez hosted his own network TV variety program and co-starred as one of The Dirty Dozen in the popular 1967 movie.
R.I.P.
Born: May 15, 1937 -  Died: August 2020 [Covid19]