“I’m Thinking” by the Dave Clark Five

It was the 60’s, baby.  Life was GROOVY. Get up & DANCE!!

Here is The Dave Clark Five singing:  “I’m Thinking”.  Powerful vocals and good beat.  Thanks, Youtube.      PS—I post about several different topics (Books, Psychology, Religion, Music and more. Comment on anything. Thanks for stopping by).     🙂

Smooth Jazz Piano. “Come to me” by Brian Culbertson

Brian Culbertson. This guy really knows his Piano. Nice Bass in this tune, too.

“Come To Me” by Brian Culbertson.   Turn it up!    Thanks, youtube.

 

“I’m not your Stepping Stone” by Paul Revere & the Raiders

Music. 60s Oldies. Rock-n-roll. Here’s Paul Revere & the Raiders doing “I’m not your stepping stone”.   Thanks, Youtube.  Rock on!     PS—-I post on a variety of topics. See my latest 15 posts. Explore!   Comments always welcome.

 

Malt-shop Oldies! “I Wish That We Were Married” by The Gems.

Ahhh, sweet Romance!  And Doo-Wop music.

Here is “I Wish We Were Married” by The Gems.  Good melody & vocals.  PS—I post on a variety of topics. Check out my last 15 posts.  Enjoy!     🙂

 

50’s Oldies. “It Was I” by Skip & Flip.

This is a 50’s Oldie, from 1959 i think, called “It Was I” by Skip & Flip.    By today’s standards it was  a “bubble gum” type of song, but hey, it was the 50’s. It was a more romantic time and Heavy Metal wasn’t around then. Good Vocals and Melody.  Enjoy!

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Oldies! “In Love” by Mike Sheridan and the Night Riders

Get up & dance!   🙂

Love the reverb in the Vocals.  There’s just something about that song. The kind I could rewind and play again 3 more times.  This is “In Love” by Mike Sheridan and the Night Riders.  A 60’s british rock-n-roll oldie.    Share this.  Enjoy!

 

“Nothing Can Change This Love” by The Merseys.

I Love it!

Melody. Harmonies. Beat. Feeling. It’s all there.  This is a 60’s Oldie called: “Nothing Can Change This Love” by The Merseys.

We need more music with harmonies like this, today!

 

 

Oldies: Hon-da Beach Party 1964 by the Hondells

I love the reverb guitar. Some nice work here.  Enjoy!  This is “Hon-da Beach Party 1964” by the Hondells.

 

Country Music, Neal McCoy – ‘The Shake”

Turn it up and DANCE!    See also more of my other posts and shared videos. A variety of Topics. Scroll down.  Enjoy!

Neal McCoy – “The Shake”.  Upbeat, danceable country music.  Thanks, YouTube.