33rd Post: (93 Artists) Blog Playlists

1. 1960s Artists & Bands (A-G) (12 songs)

2. 1960s Artists & Bands (M-R) (15 songs)

3, 1960s Artists & Bands (S-Z) (23 songs)

4. 1950s Million Dollar songs (18)

5. 1950 & 1960s Under-rated songs (9)

6. Early 2000s Leading Seller songs (16)

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1960s Artists and Bands A-G (12):


Louis Armstrong “Hello Dolly,” Tony Bennett “I Left My Heart in SanFrancisco,” Pat Boone“Moon River,” Johnny Cash “Ring of Fire,” Chubby Checker “The Twist,” Petula Clark “Downtown,” Bobby Darin “Beyond the Sea,” Bob Dylan “Like a Rolling Stone,” Sammy Davis Jr. “What Kind of Fool Am I?,” Jan and Dean “Surf City,” Judy Garland “Over the Rainbow,” and Bobbie Gentry “Ode to Billie Joe.”

1960s Artists and Bands M-R (15):


Manfred Mann “Doo Wah Diddy Ditty,” The Marvelettes “Mr. Postman,” The Mamas and the Papas “Monday Monday,” The Monkeys “Daydream Believer,” The Moody Blues “Nights in White Satin,” Van Morrison (Them) “Gloria,” Pink Floyd “See Emily Play,” Elvis Presley “Heartbreak Hotel,” Paul Revere and the Raiders “Good Thing,” Righteous Brothers “Unchained Melody,” Johnny Rivers “Mountain of Love,” Tommy Roe “Sheila,” The Miracles “Shop Around,” The Rolling Stones “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction,” and The Ronettes “Walking in the Rain.”

1960s Artists and Bands S-Z (23):


Sam and Dave “Soul Man,” Sam the Sham and the Pharos “Wolly Bully,” The Sangri-las “Leader of the Pack,” The Shirelles “Foolish Little Girl,” Percy Sledge “When a Man Loves a Woman,” Sly and the Family Stone “Dance to the Music,” Simon and Garfunkel “The Sounds of Silence,” Sonny and Cher “I Got You Babe,” The Spencer Davis Group “Gimmie Some Lovin,” Staple Singers “I’ll Take You There,” Steppenwolf “Born to Be Wild,” The Temptations “My Girl,” Tina Turner “Proud Mary,” The Turtles “Happy Together,” Martha and the Vandellas “Dancing in the Streets,” The Ventures “Walk Don’t Run,” The Who “Pinball Wizard,” Jackie Wilson “Lonely Teardrops,” Stevie Wonder “Superstition,” The Yardbirds “For Your Love,” The Rascals “Good Lovin,” and The Zombies “She’s Not There.”

1950s Million Dollar Songs (18):


The Four Aces “Love is a Many Splendored Thing,” Frankie Avalon “Venus,” Bill Haley and his Comets “Shake, Rattle & Roll,” Nat King Cole “Mona Lisa,” Perry Como “Round and Round,” Connie Francis “Who’s Sorry Now?,” The Kingston Trio “Tom Dooley,” Frankie Laine “I Believe,” Jerry Lee Lewis “Whole Lotta Shakin Going On,” Frankie Lyman (and The Teenagers) “Why Do Fools Fall in Love?,” Dean Martin “That’s Amore.” Johnny Mathis “ Chances Are,” Roy Orbison “ Oh Pretty Woman,” Patti Page “Tennessee Waltz,” Gene Petney “Only Love Can Break a Heart,” Little Richard “Tutti Frutti,” Frank Sinatra “ Young at Heart,” and Dotie Stevens “Pink Shoelaces.”

1950s and 1960s Under-Rated Songs (9):


Wilson Pickett “In the Midnight Hour”No19. Tammy Wynette “Stand By Your Man” No17 The Miracles. “The Tracks of My Tears” #16. Moody Blues. “Go Now” No10. Spanky & Our Gang “Sunday Will Never Be The Same” No9. Tom Jones “Its Not Unusual” No8. Englebert Humperdinck “Release Me” No7. Van Morrison “Brown-Eyed Girl” No7 Aretha Franklin “I Say a Little Prayer” No7

Leading selling artists (16) of the early 2000s:


Drake “I’m Goin In,” Rihanna “Umbrella,” Taylor Swift “Speak Now,” Eminum “Lose Yourself,” Katy Perry “Roar,” Justin Bieber “What Do You Mean?,” Bruno Mars “Just The Way You Are,” Kanye West “Gold Digger,” Maroon 5 “Moves Like Jagger,” Ed Sheeran “Sing,” Lady Gaga “Poker Face,” The Weeknd “The Hills,” Post Malone “White Iverson,” Chris Brown “Kiss Kiss,” Flo Rida “Low” and Luke Bryan “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye.”