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International ’60s music legend and pop pioneer Tommy Roe is back and better than ever with his first new CD release in many years. Titled ‘Devil’s Soul Pile’, Tommy Roe delivers a new album that not only contains the rock ‘n’ roll music we grew up with but songs with important messages for today’s times.   Read More …

Categories: News, Playlist

Dirty Dancing is a statement. Dirty Dancing is an ode to dance. Dirty Dancing is the classic ahead of its times. It revives the ’60s spirit in a mesmerizing manner. 2012 marks the 25th anniversary of Dirty Dancing, named one of the Top 10 Date Movies of all time by an E! Entertainment Television poll,   Read More …

I got a kiss from you and it’s my lucky day Soap and water in it gonna wash it away I’m gonna keep your lipstick on my cheek And I ain’t gonna wash for a week, a-no no!

Categories: FUNtastic oldies, Playlist

“Good Vibrations” (The Beach Boys), was composed and produced by Brian Wilson, the song’s lyrics were written by Wilson and Mike Love. Released as a single on October 10, 1966, it was The Beach Boys’ third U.S. number-one hit after “I Get Around” and “Help Me, Rhonda”, and their first British chart-topper. Wilson’s publicist Derek   Read More …

Categories: Playlist, Stories of songs

“A Lover’s Concerto” is a pop song written by American songwriters Sandy Linzer and Denny Randell and recorded in 1965 by The Toys (photo). Their version of the song was a major hit in both the United States and the UK during 1965. It peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 chart at #2. Linzer and   Read More …

These words were lifted up in the air on a huge sign, in the middle of the concert, by some fans in the first row. From the third row, I agreed: breathtaking music, miraculous sounds and stunning atmosphere, reviving the joy of the first Beach Boys years. Definitely, the beach, the car radio and the   Read More …

“You’re Sixteen” is a song written by the Sherman Brothers, firstly performed by the American singer Johnny Burnette, whose version peaked at no 8 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in December 1960 and number 3 in the U.K. in 1961. In January 1974, a cover version by British musician Ringo Starr hit number one.   Read More …

“(Love Is Like a) Heat Wave” is a 1963 hit single made popular by Motown girl group Martha and the Vandellas. It was originally released in July 1963, on the Motown subsidiary label Gordy, peaking at no 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and no 1 on the Billboard Hot R&B chart. Produced and composed   Read More …

Categories: Playlist, Stories of songs
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