Title: SLOW Back To 60's
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Talking 'bout our generation. 999 Chitarristi da ascoltare prima di morire.
Bittersweet Bright Carefree Cheerful Delicate Dramatic Earnest Exuberant Fun Gentle Innocent Intimate Laid-Back/Mellow Playful Reflective Relaxed Romantic Rousing Sentimental Slick Smooth Soft/Quiet Summery Sweet Yearning. Love Songs of the 60's, 70's and 80's.
The fifth album from the Chicago-born pianist Andrew Hill catapulted him to the top tier of forward-looking jazz composers of the ’60s. As Ornette Coleman and John Coltrane pioneered jazz’s New Thing movement, loosening the shackles of long-established chord progressions, Hill’s tight-knit pieces played within them, drawing on post-bop, avant-garde, and the blues. According to the chorus of Willie Nelson and Waylon Jenning’s song Luckenbach, Texas (Back to the Basics of Love), the Holy Trinity of country music includes Willie himself, Hank Williams, and the somewhat lesser-known Mickey Newbury. The latter’s 1969 album Looks Like Rain might get chalked up as a record by a songwriter’s songwriter, but his music served as an offering to pop, soul, and country singers alike: Jennings, Kenny Rogers, Solomon Burke, Roy Orbison, and Jerry Lee Lewis all covered his songs.
I Want You Back - Jackson 5 36. Soul Man - Sam & Dave 37. I Get Around - Beach Boys 38. Reach Out, I'll Be There - Four Tops 39. Gimme Some Lovin' - Spencer Davis Group 40. Ain't Too Proud To Beg - Temptations 41. Dancing In The Street - Martha & the Vandellas 42. Mony Mony - Tommy James & the Shondells 43. Jumpin' Jack Flash - Rolling Stones 44. Born To Be Wild - Steppenwolf 45. Oh, Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison 46. White Room - Cream 47.
The album was recorded live, appropriately enough at Detroit’s Grande Ballroom, but as the band’s later studio albums would prove, it was the only way to capture the restless amp-crankers. The band, who was also notoriously political with their association with the White Panther party, kicks the album off with a speech from crowd riler and spiritual adviser Brother . 54. David Bowie, Space Oddity (1969) David Bowie’s 1969 album, Space Oddity, would be the record that transitioned him from his early music to the ‘70s Bowie who established the essence of glam rock. Displaying his maturation as a musician and visionary, this album is a staple in the musical history of the ‘60s.
60S Music The Top Pop Artists of the 1960s. Originally by Ranker Community. List of the best pop artists of the 60s, ranked. The 1960s may very well be the best decade for music in the rock era. Music from the decade 1960-69 can bring back good memories for many who grew up in this era and holds a certain allure for those who were born later. The Four Seasons The 4 Seasons' Christmas Album, Working My Way Back To You, Greatest Hits. The Four Seasons are an American rock and pop band that became internationally successful in the 1960s and 1970s.
Darius, Don't You Get The Feelin. Vanilla Fudge - Selftitled (1st Album US 1967) + Bonus Album.
Introducing CD 'Slow Punany: Gussie P Presents' by Various. Gussie P - G P In The Mix. 11). John Mclean - You'll Come Running Back. 12). G P and Family - Mega Mix. MIXED AT: A-Class Studios ENGINEERED BY: Gussie P. BACKING VOCALS: Zuruchi, Black Steel BASS: Leroy Heywood DRUMS: Sly Dunbar GUITAR: Lloyd Willis KEYBOARDS: Leroy Heywood. N. at Genre Ranking on Aug 27, 2018. at Sub Genre Ranking on May 16, 2019. Various Ragga Clash Volume 3: 60s Meets 90s (CD). Sky High, Mau Mau Marcus Garvey Chant (RASCD 3107) (CD). Brigadier Jerry Jamaica Jamaica (CD). Various Eighty Five Rhythm (CD). Chicken Chest Raggamuffin Selector (7"). Tenor Saw, Sister Nancy, Ini Kamoze Dancehall: The Rise Of Jamaican Dancehall Culture (2CD) (CD). Sandra Cross Beautiful Picture (7").
|A1||–Chicken Shack||I'd Rather Go Blind|
|A2||–Procol Harum||A Whiter Shade Of Pale|
|A3||–Timi Yuro||Make The World Go Away|
|A4||–Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes||If You Don't Know Me By Now|
|A5||–Brook Benton||Think Twice|
|A6||–Dionne Warwick||Don't Make Me Over|
|A7||–The Impressions||For Your Precious Love|
|A8||–The Platters||Smoe Gets In Your Eyes|
|B1||–Solomon Burke||If You Need Me|
|B2||–The Orioles||Crying In The Chapel|
|B3||–The Penguins||Earth Angel (Will You Be Mine)|
|B4||–Percy Sledge||I've Been Loving You Too Long|
|B5||–The Skyliners||Since I Don't Have You|
|B6||–Barbara Lynn||You'll Lose A Good Thing|
|B7||–Lesley Gore||You Don't Own Me|
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