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TOP 30 SONGS OF THE 60'S

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Some of the artists of the 60's are revising their hits with new lyrics to accommodate aging baby boomer's.

 
They include:


Bobby Darin ---

Splish, Splash, I Was Havin' a Flash.


Herman's Hermits ---

Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Walker ..


Ringo Starr ---

I Get By With a Little Help From Depends.


The Bee Gees ---

How Can You Mend a Broken Hip.


Roberta Flack---

The First Time Ever I Forgot Your Face.


Johnny Nash ---

I Can't See Clearly Now.


Paul Simon---

Fifty Ways to Lose Your Liver


The Commodores ---

Once, Twice, Three Times to the Bathroom.


Marvin Gaye ---

Heard It Through the Grape Nuts.


Procol Harem---

A Whiter Shade of Hair.


Leo Sayer ---

You Make Me Feel Like Napping.


The Temptations ---

Papa's Got a Kidney Stone.


Abba---

Denture Queen.


Tony Orlando ---

Knock 3 Times On The Ceiling If You Hear Me Fall..


Helen Reddy ---

I Am Woman, Hear Me Snore.

Leslie Gore---

It's My Procedure, and I'll Cry If I Want To.

         
And Last but not least
Willie Nelson ---

On the Commode Again




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This site has the top 10 songs by month from 1950 - 1989

 


 





One Hit Wonders are artists that had only one U.S. Top 40 POP single. This trivia quiz is the continuation of a series of Quiz’s covering different era’s/ years.

A "One Hit Wonder" would be any artist that had only one hit on the Pop or Rock singles charts in the U.S. reach the Top 40. They either never had another single reach the Top 40 in those categories in the US, or they never released another single at all. Some of the artists during this series may have had one of more singles in the R & B or Country categories also reach the Top 40 there. They may have had a local or regional hit or two or had one or more Major hits in another country such as the UK. Part 3 of this quiz deals with the late years of 1960’s (1965 – 1969) only. If you are too young or never had much of a chance to listen to music during this Era then some or most of these songs will not be familiar to you? I will provide the name of the song and the year it hit its peak in the Top 40. This may help a little to identify some songs as they may have been covered and a hit as well for more than one artist at another time?

PLEASE TRY TO REMEMBER THIS ONE THING. THIS TRIVIA QUIZ IS FOR FUN AND I HOPE WILL BRING BACK SOME FOND MEMORIES OF GREAT DAYS YOU HAD FROM THE PAST? SO WITHOUT FURTHER ADO IT’S TIME TO “ROCK ON DUDES!”

1. WHO SANG “GOLDFINGER” FROM THE JAMES BOND MOVIE IN 1965?
2. WHO SANG “LIAR, LIAR” IN 1965?
3. WHO SANG “NO MATTER WHAT SHAPE (YOUR STOMACH'S IN)” IN 1965?
4. WHO SANG “THE BIRDS & THE BEES” IN 1965?
5. WHO SANG “LAND OF 1000 DANCES” IN 1965?
6. WHO SANG “EVE OF DESTRUCTION” IN 1965?
7. WHO SANG “LIES” IN 1965?
8. WHO SANG “PSYCHOTIC REACTION” IN 1966?
9. WHO SANG “BLACK IS BLACK” IN 1966?
10. WHO SANG “THEY'RE COMING TO TAKE ME AWAY, HA-HAAA!” IN 1966?
11. WHO SANG “WINCHESTER CATHEDRAL” IN 1966?
12. WHO SANG “BAREFOOTIN'” IN 1966?
13. WHO SANG “OH HOW HAPPY” IN 1966?
14. WHO SANG “DOUBLE SHOT (OF MY BABY'S LOVE)” IN 1966?
15. WHO SANG “LITTLE GIRL” IN 1966?
16. WHO SANG “HELLO, HELLO” IN 1966?
17. WHO SANG “THEN YOU CAN TELL ME GOODBYE” IN 1967?
18. WHO SANG “FRIDAY ON MY MIND” IN 1967?
19. WHO SANG “COME ON DOWN TO MY BOAT” IN 1967?
20. WHO SANG “DING DONG! THE WITCH IS DEAD” IN 1967?
21. WHO SANG “NOBODY BUT ME” IN 1967?
22. WHO SANG “JUDY IN DISGUISE (WITH GLASSES)” IN 1967?
23. WHO SANG “LITTLE BIT O' SOUL” IN 1967?
24. WHO SANG “YELLOW BALLOON” IN 1967?
25. WHO SANG “PICTURES OF MATCHSTICK MEN” IN 1968?
26. WHO SANG “WORST THAT COULD HAPPEN” IN 1968
27. WHO SANG “BABY COME BACK” IN 1968?
28. WHO SANG “JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE MIND” IN 1968
29. WHO SANG “REACH OUT OF THE DARKNESS” IN 1968?
30. WHO SANG “SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME” IN 1968?
31. WHO SANG “GIRL WATCHER” IN 1968?
32. WHO SANG “ANGEL OF THE MORNING” IN 1968?
33. WHO SANG “NATURALLY STONED” IN 1968?
34. WHO SANG “A QUESTION OF TEMPATURE” IN 1968?
35. WHO SANG “PIECE OF MY HEART” IN 1968? (Very Tricky One Here a Group not single singer)
36. WHO SANG “GIMME, GIMME GOOD LOVIN'” IN 1969?
37. WHO SANG “TRACY” IN 1969?
38. WHO SANG “ISRAELITES” IN 1969?
39. WHO SANG “SMILE A LITTLE SMILE FOR ME” IN 1969?
40. WHO SANG “HEY THERE LONELY GIRL” IN 1969?
41. WHO SANG “SOMETHING IN THE AIR: IN 1969?
42. WHO SANG “WILL YOU BE STAYING AFTER SUNDAY?” IN 1969?
43. WHO SANG “PUSHIN' TOO HARD” IN 1969?
44. WHO SANG “VENUS” IN 1969?
45. WHO SANG “BABY IT'S YOU” IN 1969?
46. WHO SANG “MORE TODAY THAN YESTERDAY” IN 1969?
47. WHO SANG “NA NA, HEY HEY, KISS HIM GOODBYE” IN 1969?
48. WHO SANG “POLK SALAD ANNIE” IN 1969?
49. WHO SANG “IN THE YEAR 2525” IN 1969?
50. WHO SANG “GET TOGETHER” IN 1969? (This was the second release of this song)
BONUS
51. WHO SANG “THE LETTER” IN 1969? (Not the Box Tops)






HERE ARE THE ANSWERS AND GOOD LUCK!

1. SHIRLEY BASSEY (Peaked at #8 with only 3 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #48)

2. THE CASTAWAYS (Peaked at #12 with no other Top 100 Hits)

3. THE T-BONES (Peaked at #3 with only 1 other Top 100 Hit that peaked at #62)

4. JEWEL AKENS (Peaked at #3 with only one other Top 100 Hit that peaked at #68)

5. CANNIBAL & THE HEADHUNTERS (Peaked at #30 with no other Top 100 Hits)

6. BARRY McGUIRE (Peaked at #1 with only 2 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #62)

7. THE KNICKERBOCKERS (Peaked at #20 with only 2 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #46)

8. COUNT FIVE (Peaked at #5 with no other Top 100 Hits)

9. LOS BRAVOS (Peaked at #4 with only 2 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #51)

10. NAPOLEON XIV (Peaked at #3 with only 1 other Top 100 Hit was the same song that was re-released in 1973 but only peaked at #87) His real name is Jerry Samuels from NY City

11. THE NEW VAUDEVILLE BAND (Peaked at #1 for 3 weeks with only 1 other Top 100 Hit that peaked at #72)

12. ROBERT PARKER (Peaked at #7 with only 1 other Top 100 Hit that peaked at #83)

13. SHADES OF BLUE (Peaked at #12 with only 2 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #72)

14. THE SWINGIN' MEDALLIONS (Peaked at #17 with only 1 other Top 100 Hit that peaked at #71)

15. THE SYNDICATE OF SOUND (Peaked at #8 with only 2 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #55)

16. THE SOPWITH “CAMEL” (Peaked at #26 with only 1 other Top 100 hit that peaked at #88)

17. THE CASINOS (Peaked at #6 with only 1 other Top 100 hit that peaked at #65)

18. THE EASYBEATS (Peaked at #16 with only 1 other Top 100 Hit that peaked at #100)

19.EVERY MOTHERS’ SON (Peaked at #6 with only 3 other Top 100 hits the highest peaked at #46)

20. THE FIFTH ESTATE (Peaked at #11 with no other Top 100 Hits)

21. THE HUMAN BEINZ (Peaked at #8 with only 1 other Top 100 Hit that peaked at #80)


22. JOHN FRED & HIS PLAYBOY BAND (Peaked at #1 for 2 weeks with only 2 other Top 100 hits the highest peaked at #57)

23. MUSIC EXPLOSION (Peaked at #2 with only 1 other Top 100 Hit that peaked at #63)

24. THE YELLOW BALLOON (Peaked at #25 with no other Top 100 Hits)

25. THE STATUS QUO (Peaked at #12 with only 1 other Top 100 hit that peaked at #70)

26. THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE (Peaked at #3 with 6 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #45)

27. THE EQUALS (Peaked at #32 with no other Top 100 Hit)

28. THE AMBOY DUKES (Peaked at #16 with no other Top 100 Hits)

29. FRIEND & LOVER (Peaked at #10 with only 1 other Top 100 Hit that peaked at #86)

30. MAX FROST & THE TROOPERS (Peaked at #22 with no other Top 100 hits)

31. THE O'KAYSIONS (Peaked at #5 with only 1 other Top 100 Hit that peaked at #76)

32. MERRILEE RUSH (Peaked at #7 with only 3 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #54)

33. THE AVANTE-GARDE (Peaked at #40 with no other Top 100 Hits)

34. THE BALLOON FARM (Peaked at #37 with no other Top 100 Hits)

35. BIG BROTHER & THE HOLDING COMPANY (Peaked at #12 with only 2 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #43)(Lead Singer was Janis Joplin who had more than 1 Top 40 Hit on her own after she left the group)

36. CRAZY ELEPHANT (Peaked at #12 with no other Top 100 Hits)

37. THE CUFF LINKS (Peaked at #9 with only 2 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #41)

38. DESMOND DEKKER & THE ACES (Peaked at #9 with no other Top 100 hits)

39. THE FLYING MACHINE (Peaked at #5 with only 1 other Top 100 Hit that peaked at #87)

40. EDDIE HOLMAN (Peaked at #2 with only 4 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #48)

41. THUNDERCLAP NEWMAN (Peaked at #37 with no other Top 100 hits)

42. THE PEPPERMINT RAINBOW (Peaked at #32 with only 1 other Top 100 Hit that peaked at #54)

43. THE SEEDS (Peaked at #36 with only 3 other top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #41)

44. THE SHOCKING BLUE (Peaked at #1 with only 2 other Top 100 hits the highest peaked at #43)

45. SMITH (Peaked at #5 with only 2 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #43)

46. SPIRAL STARECASE (Peaked at #12 with only 2 other Top 100 hits the highest peaked at #52)

47. STEAM (Peaked at #1 for 2 weeks with only 1 other top 100 hit that peaked at #46)

48. TONY JOE WHITE (Peaked at #8 with only 3 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #44)

49. ZAGER & EVANS (Peaked at #1 for 6 weeks with no other Top 100 Hits)

50. THE YOUNGBLOODS (Peaked at #5 after it’s re-release, the 1st release of this song only peaked at #62 in 1967 and they had 2 other Top 100 Hits with the highest peaking at #52)

BONUS:
51. THE ARBORS (Peaked at #20 with 3 other Top 100 Hits the highest peaked at #51) (The Box Tops took this song to #1 in 1967 where it stayed for 4 weeks)


SCORING KEY:

45 - 51 = FANTASTIC JOB, YOU COULD BE A MUSIC HISTORIAN
35 - 44 = GREAT JOB
25 - 34 = GOOD JOB
15 - 24 = NOT BAD
8 - 14 = FAIR
4 - 7 = AT LEAST YOU TRIED
0 - 3 = YOU MUST BE WAY TOO YOUNG?


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It's music videos from the 60's  to the present.   Near the top (After the video screen)  of the web page you will see a ruler of the years from "60 to present.   Take your mouse and guide it to high light  the year you want to find music / video from. Click on the year high lighted.  Next you will see "windows" of  artist, music and video you may want to listen and watch.   Once you double click on the video (window) you see the video on the top of page. Next on the right of it you will see more songs and video of the artist you have selected.


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Here are some additional music videos

Oldies - IF THERE IS ONE MESSAGE YOU SHOULD SAVE, IT'S THIS ONE.  MUCH BETTER THAN ANY TIME-LIFE COLLECTION AS YOU CAN NOT ONLY HEAR THE SONG BUT WATCH THE PERSON/GROUP PERFORM IT.  JUST CLICK ON A SONG AND IT WILL OPEN A NEW WINDOW AND LINK TO THE SONGS VIDEO. 

J1 SILHOUETTES The Rays
J2 COME SOFTLY TO ME The Fleetwoods
J3 ONLY YOU Tony Williams & The Platters
J4 A TEENAGER IN LOVE Dion & The Belmonts
J5 GOOD LOVIN' Felix Cavaliere & The Rascals
J6 I'M IN LOVE AGAIN Fats Domino
J7 SUSPICIOUS MINDS Elvis Presley
J8 BYE BYE, LOVE The Everly Brothers
J9 LITTLE DARLIN' The Diamonds
J10 GOODY GOODY Frankie Lymon
J11 DREAM LOVER Bobby Darin
J12 WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVE? Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers

J13 TOO MUCH Elvis Presley
J14 THAT'S WHY (I LOVE YOU SO) Jackie Wilson
J15 GET A JOB The Silhouettes
J16 DANCE WITH ME, HENRY The Platters
J17 OH WHAT A NIGHT (IT REALLY WAS) Dinah Washington
J18 PARTY DOLL/HULA LOVE Buddy Knox
J19 CAN'T STOP (HE'S GOT THE POWER) The Exciters
J20 WHEN MY DREAMBOAT COMES HOME Fats Domino
J21 YOU SEND ME Sam Cooke
J22 A LOVER'S CONCERTO The Toys
J23 YOU BELONG TO ME The (original) Duprees
J24 YOU ARE EVERYTHING The Stylistics
J25 SUNDAY KIND OF LOVE The Teentones
J26 ROCK AROUND THE CLOCK Bill Haley & The Comets
J27 YOU BETTER KNOW IT Jackie Wilson
J28 BUTTERFLY Charlie Gracie
J29 THE NIGHT HAS A THOUSAND EYES Bobby Vee
J30 RUBY RUBY Dion
J31 SAVE THE LAST DANCE Ben E. King
J32 DON'T GO BREAKIN' MY HEART Elton John & Kiki Dee
J33 IT"S MY PARTY Lesley Gore
J34 MIDNIGHT SPECIAL Johnny Rivers
J35 EVERYBODY LOVES A CLOWN Gary Lewis & The Playboys
J36 I GOT YOU BABE Sonny & Cher
J37 BABY, DON'T CHANGE YOUR MIND Gladys Knight & The Pips
J38 Debbie Does Doo Wop! DENISE, DENISE Blondie
J39 TIE A YELLOW RIBBON Tony Orlando & Dawn
J40 HELP The Beatles
J41 BROWN SUGAR The Rolling Stones
J42 CHANTILLY LACE The Big Bopper (J.P. Richardson)
J43 NEEDLES AND PINS The Searchers
J44 CALIFORNIA DREAMIN' The Mamas & The Papas
J45 DO THE FREDDIE Freddie & The Dreamers
J46 1-2-3 Len Barry
J47 LONG TALL SALLY Little Richard
J48 WHEEL OF FORTUNE Kay Starr
J49 FIVE O'CLOCK WORLD The Vogues
J50 BE MY BABY The Ronettes
J51 SURFIN' USA The Beach Boys
J52 BABY LOVE Diana Ross & The Supremes
J53 PIECE OF MY HEART Janis Joplin
J54 RUNAWAY Del Shannon
J55 YOUNG GIRL Gary Puckett & The Union Gap
J56 THE WONDER OF YOU Elvis Presley
J57 HOTEL CALIFORNIA The Eagles
J58 SUPERSTAR The Carpenters
J59 IMAGINE John Lennon
J60 ROCK & ROLL IS HERE TO STAY Danny & The Juniors
J61 SIXTEEN REASONS Connie Stevens
J62 LOUIE LOUIE The Kingsmen
J63 THESE BOOTS ARE MADE FOR WALKIN' Nancy Sinatra
J64 MONA LISA Nat King Cole
J65 OH, GIRL The Chi-Lites
J66 MONEY HONEY Elvis Presley
J67 I JUST CALLED TO SAY I LOVE YOU Stevie Wonder
J68 TO KNOW HIM IS TO LOVE HIM The Teddy Bears
J69 BIG GIRLS DON'T CRY The original Four Seasons
J70 YOU WIN AGAIN/FOUR WINDS Fats Domino
J71 PIPELINE The Chantays
J72 SUNSHINE, LOLLIPOPS & RAINBOWS Lesley Gore
J73 SEARCHIN' The Coasters
J74 HAVE YOU HEARD The Duprees
J75 SLEEPWALK Santo & Johnny






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