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). 🙂
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.
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.
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! 🙂
I like this one. “Summer Love ’59” by The Shadows. Enjoy!
Here’s the Beatles singing “Tell Me Why”. Thanks, Youtube!
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!
Scroll through my posts. I write/post about a variety of topics. Share anything. Comment on anything. 🙂 -theOwl30
Blues! Here is “Edward’s Blues” by Jimmy Thackery.
Enjoy! Turn it up.
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!
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!
I love the reverb guitar. Some nice work here. Enjoy! This is “Hon-da Beach Party 1964” by the Hondells.
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.