Archive for the ‘Playlist’ Category

When hosting private parties or corporate events, there is usually a theme which dictates how the guests should be dressed and how the venue would be designed. Having a theme adds excitement and fun to the occasion and even before the party itself. It’s going to be a night of role play, and guests would   Read More …

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Mel Carter – Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me Shocking Blue – Hold Me, Hug Me, Rock Me Otis Redding – These Arms Of Mine Frankie Avalon – Venus

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Frank Sinatra – September Song (1946) Ella Fitzgerald – Early Autumn (1956) Nat King Cole – Autumn Leaves (1957) Sarah Vaughan – September In The Rain (1959)

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Hawaiian tunes for oldies classics: I Will (The Beatles) Bus Stop (The Hollies) Teenager in love (Dion): Daydream Believer (The Monkees) Dream A Little Dream (The Mamas and The Papas)

Some days ago I was listening to a Beatles mix on YouTube and suddenly Harrison’s “My Sweet Lord” caught my attention. It was similar to something else, an oldies tune for sure. Firstly, I thought it was a cover, but then I realized it wasn’t. It was Harrison’s own creation. Listening carefully, I finally discovered what   Read More …

The Mamas & The Papas – “Monday Monday” Herman’s Hermits – There’s A Kind of Hush The Beatles – “In My Life”

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Andy Williams – Walk Hand in Hand With Me Perry Como – Catch a Falling Star The Flamingosn – I Only Have Eyes For You

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The Critters were a successful American pop group with several hits in the 1960s. “Younger Girl” became a minor pop hit in early 1966, and reached #38 in the UK Singles Chart in July that year. It was followed by  “Mr. Dieingly Sad”, which reached #17 later in the year. The group had their final   Read More …

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A truly interesting study:     “I’m the Greatest” (John Lennon) · Ringo Starr · 1973 “One and One Is Two” · The Strangers with Mike Shannon · 1964 “Like Dreamers Do” · The Applejacks · 1964 “Tip of My Tongue” · Tommy Quickly · 1963 “Bad to Me” · Billy J. Kramer with The   Read More …

My special mention goes to no 3, The Peanut Butter Conspiracy, who just released a brand new album. Sean Lennon, an avid connoisseur of far-out Sixties sounds, explored some of the era’s deepest cult releases for this playlist. “There are a hundred songs I could pick,” he says. “It’s really my favorite period in rock   Read More …

Categories: Playlist, Then and Now
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