Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by RickH, Oct 6, 2019.
I still love everything about this one!
We Five - You Were On My Mind
Here's one that brings me back to my pre-teen days...
The Cowsills - The Rain,the Park & Other Things
It could be. The Sundowners were Los Angeles natives.
Wilma Goich - Un Bacio Sulle Dita
The Ikettes, Peaches and Cream, 1965....lots of memories.
I can't get enough of them! Looking through this one has already reminded me of at least ten songs I haven't heard in a while and when I listen, will introduce more. I'll never tire of 60s music!
Threads full of great songs, let's have more of them...
I'll have to contribute. I think this is absolute perfection without trying to be. The Butterflys - Good Night Baby on the wonderful Red Bird label.
I like the Cass Elliot version of "Move In a Little Closer Baby" but I LOVE the Harmony Grass version.
Speaking of Harmony Grass......
I got this record from my uncle when I was like 5 or 6, maybe 1967. Played it over and over. My first rock and roll record, The Rollers “Got My Eye On You” on Liberty from my birth year, 1961!
I guess it's probably mostly forgotten, but I like it. Ed Ames "My Cup Runneth Over"
I like it, too but this is still my favorite Ed Ames performance. Especially his reaction a second after he sees his >ahem< handiwork.
The Seekers I'll Never Find Another You. They have a bunch of great songs.
Petula Clark I Couldn't Live Without Your Love
Nina Simone Seems I'm Never Tired Of Loving You
Barbara Mason "Yes, I'm Ready".... classic northern philly soul and one of the best of all time, imho. From 1965 on the Arctic Records label.
I'm loving this thread & I love how the OP started it with Spanky & Our Gang. My favorite song of theirs that isn't called "Like To Get To Know You" is called "And She's Mine" (1969), written and sung by their bass player Kenny Hodges.
And Search is useless. But it's like herding cats.
Lots I will be listening to in the near future though.
Here's an Everly flip side - Don't Forget to Cry
Best cover of this ever.......
Simon and Garfunkel Only Living Boy In New York. IMO Paul Simon's most beautiful song, and he has a lot of them.
Respectfully, no. That would be Bert Parks’ rendition in The Freshman (1990).
I have older brothers and sisters and this single they had might’ve been my first introduction to good music:
A textbook example of a one-hit wonder that released many other records that were a thousand times better than the one hit:
Every Mother's Son / A Proper Four-Leaf Clover
Randy Newman - Last Night I Had a Dream
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