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    1960s music: 1960



    Save The Last Dance for Me The Drifters

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    (Baby) You've Got What It Takes Dinah Washington & Brook Benton

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    Bye Bye Baby Mary Wells

    Wells was 17 years old when this was recorded.

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    Chain Gang Sam Cooke

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    Cathy's Clown The Everly Brothers

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    Please Help Me, I'm Falling Hank Locklin

    This was an early example of a record that was a major crossover hit.

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    Everybody's Somebody's Fool Connie Francis

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    He'll Have to Go Jim Reeves

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    It's Now or Never Elvis

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    Itsy Bitsy Teenie Polka Dot Bikini Brian Hyland

    It was a different time---obviously.

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    Last Date Floyd Cramer

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    Let It Be Me The Everly Brothers

    This was originally released as a French song in 1955 but in English in 1960.

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    Let It Rock Chuck Berry

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    North to Alaska Johnny Horton

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    Only The Lonely Roy Orbison

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    Keep 'em coming, Doc!

    This "old" teenager is loving it
    Live your life in such a way that when your feet hit the floor in the morning, Satan shudders & says...
    'Oh, crap....she's awake!!'

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    Quote Originally Posted by WestHighHawk View Post
    Keep 'em coming, Doc!

    This "old" teenager is loving it
    Thanks, but formatting it this way was a HUGE mistake. There's too much music in any one given year to do this so I'll just go by significant titles only. "Bye Bye Baby" is a great song so I'd have included it anyway.

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    Sink the Bismarck Johnny Horton

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    This Magic Moment The Drifters

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    When Will I Be Loved The Everly Brothers

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    Will You Love Me Tomorrow The Shirelles

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    Big Bad John Jimmy Dean

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    Crazy Patsy Cline

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    Crying Roy Orbison

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    Cupid Sam Cooke

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    Travelin' Man Rick Nelson

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    1960 was a Very Good Year.

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    Hit The Road Jack Ray Charles

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    I've Told Every Little Star Linda Scott

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    Please Mr. Postman The Marvelettes

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    Runaround Sue Dion and the Belmonts

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    I Fall To Pieces Patsy Cline 1961

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    Stand By Me Ben E. King 1961

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc Jennison View Post


    Sink the Bismarck Johnny Horton
    Learned all the history I ever needed to know with Johnny Horton. PS. Commanche is at KU NHM https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comanche_(horse)

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    The Wanderer Dion and the Belmonts 1961

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    All Alone Am I Brenda Lee 1962

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    Big Girls Don't Cry The Four Seasons 1962

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    Dream Baby Roy Orbison 1962

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    Green Onions Booker T & The MGs 1962

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    If I Had A Hammer Peter Paul and Mary 1962

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    Johnny Angel Shelley Fabares 1962

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    The Loco-Motion Little Eva 1962

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    Love Me Do The Beatles 1962

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    Things Bobby Darin 1962

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    Up On The Roof The Drifters 1962

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    Another Saturday Night Sam Cooke 1963

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    Blowing In The Wind Dyland and Pter Paul & Mary 1963

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    Blue Bayou Roy Orbison 1963

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    Blue Velvet Bobby Vinton 1963

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    Da Doo Ron Ron The Crystals 1963

 

 

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