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Singing The Blues - Various - The Golden Sixties (CD)

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  2. Go back to an era of incredible stars, fantastic voices, magical melodies, and classic hits. The Golden Age of Pop CD collection is the definitive music collection of the '50s. This era had it all: legendary singers, timeless music, great harmonies, plus some of the best love songs of all time.
  3. People Viewing Various Artists - Beautiful Dreams: Ember Sixties Pop / Various Also Like collection, the final chapter in the Ember '60s Pop series spanning the years to ' Beautiful Dreams compiles the releases of three fine girl singers for the label in that era: Twiggy, Linday Thorson and Julie Rogers.
  4. Aug 09,  · Jeff Golden - Singing The Blues - #87 in ~ written by Melvin Endsley ~ Jeff Golden - Singing The Blues - #87 in ~ written by Melvin Endsley ~ Best Rock n Roll Songs Of Various .
  5. A great collection of American and British 60s songs on 3 CDs. Apart from some of the classics, e.g. Mamas and Papas, The Animals, Box Tops, Beach Boys, The Monkees and The Hollies there are also some obscure and not so well known tracks/5(69).
  6. May 24,  · Duets have always been perfectly suited to oldies music and love songs, mainly because rock and roll began as a combination of popular styles. Oldies duets largely focused on romantic relationships, and for many, the greatest love songs are those featuring two great 50s, 60s, and 70s artists singing directly to each other — the more believable the chemistry, the better!
  7. Female oldies singers don't have as long a history as you might imagine -- hard to believe, but country music didn't have its first real female star until , when Kitty Wells' "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels" -- an answer song to Hank Thompson's "The Wild Side of Life" -- hit the charts in a big way, giving a voice to both the "fallen" woman and the forsaken wife.
  8. May 09,  · For anyone who wasn't there, or was there but doesn't remember! This starts & ends with The Beatles but if you want any more of The Fab Four, then look in m.
  9. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sounds Of The Sixties - Blues And Rock on Discogs.

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