“The leaves on the trees would be softly sighin’, If they heard from the breeze that you left me cryin’, They’d be sad, don’t be bad to me.” (Lennon/McCartney)

Although I thought it was a ’60s hit, “Blue Moon” is much more older, being written in 1933! More info about its origin, here. Here are some of its numerous versions:

To coincide with the 40th anniversary of the Beatles’ 12th and final studio album, “Let It Be“ (1970), Rolling Stone magazine released a special collector’s edition issue entitled “The Beatles: 100 Greatest Songs“. And… “A Day in the Life“, written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney, was ranked first. On of my favourites, “I Want   Read More …

1966 great video:

Or… ladies dancing in a funny way! Neil Sedaka – “Calendar Girl” – ’60s hot ladies Del Shannon – “Little town flirt” … but the girls seem to be outside the town

Lennon used to say he never “sang” when he performed this song… all he had to do was to shout Here’s a piece of Beatlemania* *Beatlemania = a term originated during the 1960s to describe the intense fan frenzy directed toward The Beatles during the early years of their success; Andi Lothian, a former Scottish   Read More …

Born in 1932, her name is Petula Sally Olwen Clark. Her father gave her the first name, jokingly it was a combination of the names of two former girlfriends, Pet and Ulla Petula Clark is an English singer, actress and composer whose career has spanned seven decades.

He recorded his first single at 14 years old and became famous at 16, with “Diana”:). This song is one of the best selling singles ever by a Canadian recording artist. Here’s the oldie video!

“Please Mr. Postman” is the debut single of The Marvelettes and the first Motown song to reach the number-one position on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart (1961). “Please Mr. Postman” became a number-one hit again in early 1975, when The Carpenters‘ cover of the song also reached the top position of the Billboard   Read More …

He got his passion for music from his mother. His uncle, George, gave him his first instrument, a harmonica, his mother, Julia, his first rock and roll lessons, his aunt, Mimi, his first 7 pounds guitar and Paul his first notions of musical notes and the dream of having their own songs and recordings. The   Read More …