1,2,3 - LEN BARRY 

A HARD DAY’S NIGHT - THE BEATLES

ALL SHOOK UP - ELVIS PRESLEY 

ALL DAY AND ALL OF THE NIGHT - THE KINKS 

AMERICAN WOMAN - THE GUESS WHO

ANNA – BEATLES 

AQUARIUS / LET THE SUNSHINE IN - THE FITH DIMENSION 

AS TEARS GO BY - MARIANNE FAITHFULL 

BABY DON’T GO – SONY & CHER

BABY NOW THAT I FOUND YOU - THE FOUNDATIONS 

BAD TO ME - BILLY J KRAMER & THE DAKOTAS

BAND OF GOLD - FREDA PAYNE

BANG A GONG – T REX 

BECAUSE -DAVE CLARK FIVE 

BEND ME SHAPE ME - THE AMERICAN BREED 

BE MY BABY - THE RONETTES -

BLACK & WHITE - THREE DOG NIGHT 

BLUE MOON -  THE MARCELS 

BLUE SWEDE SHOES – ELVIS 

BORN TO BE WILD - STEPPENWOLF

BRAND NEW KEY - MELANIE 

BRANDY - LOOKING GLASS

BRISTOL STOMP - DOVELLS 

BUILD ME UP BUTTERCUP - THE FOUNDATIONS 

BUS STOP - THE HOLLIES 

BUT IT’S ALRIGHT – TRAV. WILLBURRIES 

CALIFORNIA DREAMIN' - THE MAMMAS & THE PAPPAS 

CALL ME – CHRIS MONTEZ 

CANDIDA - TONY ORLANDO & DAWN 

CAN’T HELP FALLING IN LOVE - ELVIS 

CANT TAKE MY EYES OFF OF YOU – FRANKIE VALLIE 

CAN’T YOU SEE THAT SHE’S MINE - DAVE CLARK FIVE 

CHEROKEE PEOPLE - PAUL REVERE & THE RAIDERS 

CHERRY CHERRY – NEIL DIAMOND 

CHEVY VAN - SAMMY JOHNS 

CLOSE TO YOU - CARPENTERS 

COME AND GET IT  - BADFINGER 

COME AND GET YOUR LOVE - REDBONE

COUNTRY ROADS - JOHN DENVER 

COVER OF THE ROLLING STONE - DR HOOK

CRIMSON & CLOVER - TOMMY JAMES & SHONDELLS 

DA DOO RON RON - THE CRYSTALS 

DAY AFTER DAY - BADFINGER 

DAYDREAM BELIEVER - THE MONKEES 

DIFFERENT DRUM - LINDA RONSTADT 

DO YOU BELIEVE IN MAGIC - LOVIN’ SPOONFUL 

DO WHA DIDDY - MANFRED MANN 

DOES ANYBODY REALLY KNOW WHAT TIME IT IS - CHICAGO 

DON’T BE CRUEL – ELVIS 

IF YOU’RE GOING TO SAN FRANCISCO - SCOTT MCKENZIE 

I’LL BE BACK – BEATLES 

I’LL NEVER FALL IN LOVE AGAIN - DIONNE WARWICK 

I’M A BELIEVER - THE MONKEES 

I’M A GIRL WATCHER - THE O'KAYSIONS

I’M INTO SOMETHING GOOD - HERMANS HERMITS 

I’M NOT YOUR STEPPIN’ STONE - THE MONKEES 

IN A GODDA DA VIDA – IRON BUTTERFLY 

INCENSE AND PEPPERMINTS – STRAWBERRY ALARM CLOCK 

IN THE SUMMERTIME - MUNGO JERRY

IT DON’T COME EASY - RINGO STARR 

IT’S MY PARTY - LESLEY GORE

IT’S GONNA TAKE A LOTTA LOVE - NICOLETTE LARSON 

ITS NOT UNUSUAL – TOM JONES 

IT’S TOO LATE  - CAROLE KING 

JACKIE BLUE - OZARK MOUNTAIN DAREDEVILS 

JOY TO THE WORLD - THREE DOG NIGHT 

JUMPIN JACK FLASH – STONES 

JUST DROPPED IN (CONDITION) - THE FIRST EDITION

KIND OF A DRAG - THE BUCKINGHAMS 

KIND OF HUSH – HERMANS HERMITS 

KNOCK THREE TIMES  - TONY ORLANDO AND DAWN 

LADY STARTDUST – BOWIE 

LAND OF A THOUSAND DANCES - WILSON PICKETT 

LAY DOWN (CANDLES IN THE RAIN) – MELANIE

LEAVING ON A JET PLANE - PETER PAUL & MARY 

LIGHT MY FIRE - DOORS

LONELY PEOPLE - AMERICA 

LONG COOL WOMAN - HOLLIES

LOUIE LOUIE - THE KINGSMEN 

LOVE ME TWO TIMES - DOORS

LOVE WILL KEEP US TOGETHER - CAPTAIN & TENNILLE

MAGIC CARPET RIDE - STEPPENWOLF 

MAMA TOLD ME NOT TO COME - THREE DOG NIGHT 

MAYBE IM AMAZED – MCCARTNEY 

ME & JULIO – PAUL SIMON 

MIDNIGHT CONFESSIONS - THE GRASS ROOTS

MIDNIGHT AT THE OASIS - MAUREEN MULDAUR 

MONY MONY - TOMMY JAMES & THE SHONDELLS 

MRS. ROBINSON - SIMON & GARFUNKEL

MUSTANG SALLY - WILSON PICKETT 

SUNSHINE GO AWAY TODAY - JONATHAN EDWARDS

SUNSHINE SUPERMAN - DONOVAN

SUPERSTAR  - CARPENTERS 

SUZIE Q - CCR

SWEET CAROLINE – NEIL DIAMOND

TAINTED LOVE – GLORIA JONES 

THAT’LL BE THE DAY- BUDDY HOLLY 

TEACH YOUR CHILDREN - CROSBY STILLS NASH 

TEQUILA - THE CHAMPS 

THE BEAT GOES ON  - SONNY & CHER 

THE HORSE - CLIFF NOBLES

THE JOKER - STEVE MILLER BAND 

THE LETTER - THE BOXTOPS

THE SHOOP SHOOP SONG - BETTY EVERETT 

THE WANDERER - DION 

THE WAY YOU DO THE THNGS YOU DO - THE TEMPTATIONS

THESE BOOTS - NANCY SINATRA

THESE EYES - GUESS WHO

THIS DIAMOND RING - GARY LEWIS & THE PLAYBOYS 

TIE A YELLOW RIBBON  - TONY ORLANDO AND DAWN 

TIGHTEN UP - ARCHIE BELL & THE DRELLS

TIME OF THE SEASON - ZOMBIES 

TIME WON’T LET ME - OUTSIDERS 

TO SIR WITH LOVE - LULU 

TOP OF THE WORLD - CARPENTERS 

TURN DOWN DAY  - THE CYRKLES

TWIST & SHOUT - THE BEATLES 

UNDONE - THE GUESS WHO

VENTURA HIGHWAY – AMERICA 

VENUS - SHOCKING BLUE

WALK RIGHT IN - THE ROOFTOP SINGERS

WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO – SUPREMES 

WEDDING BELL BLUES (MARRY ME BILL) - 5TH DIMENSION 

WHAT ID SAY- RAY CHARLES 

WHAT TIME IT IS - CHICAGO 

WHEN WILL I BE LOVED - LINDA RONSTADT 

WITCHITA LINEMAN – GLEN CAMPBELL 

WILD WORLD – CAT STEVENS 

WILL YOU STILL LOVE ME TOMORROW – THE SHIRELLES 

WHITE RABBIT - JEFFERSON AIRPLANE 

WITH A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS - THE BEATLES 

WOOLY BULLY - SAM SHAM & THE PHARAOHS 

YOU REALLY GOT ME – KINKS - 

YOU’RE MY WORLD - CILLA BLACK 

YOU’RE SIXTEEN - RINGO STARR 

YOU’RE SO VAIN - CARLY SIMON 

YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVIN’ FEELING - RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS 

ZIGGY STARDUST – BOWIE 

Some of the Music you'll hear

 

Written and recorded by Paul Leka, Gary DeCarlo and

Dale Frashuer, attributed to a then-fictitious band they

named "Steam". It was released under the Mercury

subsidiary label Fontana and became a number one pop single on the Billboard Hot 100 in late 1969, and remained on the charts in early 1970.

 

TOMMY JAMES AND THE SHONDELLS

BADFINGER

 

A pop song written and sung by folk music singer Melanie

Melanie Safka-Schekeryk), which became a novelty success during 1971-72. Initially part of Melanie's album Gather Me, it was known also as "The Rollerskate Song" due to its chorus.

It was her greatest success, scoring No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart during December 1971 and January 1972.

Written by Ritchie Cordell. It was initially a 1967 hit for

Tommy James and the Shondells, reaching #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 during a 17-week stay. 

 

 

Written and sung by Pete Ham and produced by

George Harrison, who plays some of the slide guitar parts of the song

along with Ham. The record also features Leon Russell on piano.

As the song was unfinished at the time Harrison left the Badfinger

album to produce the Concert for Bangladesh, the final mix was done by Todd Rundgren, who took over their 1971 albumStraight Up after Harrison's departure.

 

From Jefferson Airplane's 1967 album Surrealistic Pillow. The first album Slick recorded with Jefferson Airplane, she provided two songs from her previous group: her own “White Rabbit” and “Somebody to Love”, written by her brother-in-law Darby Slick and recorded by The Great Society. Both songs became breakout successes for Jefferson Airplane and have ever since been associated with that band.It was released as a single and became the band's second top ten success, peaking at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100.

WHITE RABBIT – 

Jefferson Airplane

Written by John Lennon(credited to Lennon–McCartney)while on holiday in Spain. Billy J. Kramer with The Dakotas released their recording of the song in 1963 and it became their first number 1 in the UK Singles Chart. Paul McCartney was present during the recording session at Abbey Road Studios. The single would be released in the US the following year, and become a top-ten hit there, reaching number 9. It became one of the first occasions a Lennon–McCartney composition made the US Top 40 recorded by an artist other than the Beatles (the first being "A World Without Love"

by Peter & Gordon).

 

A song written by Mitch Murray and Peter Callander issued as a single by the UK-based band, Vanity Fare in late 1969.

It reached #16 on the UK Singles Chart in February 1970, but was a bigger hit in the United States, reaching #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the spring of 1970.Billboard ranked the record as the No. 14 song of 1970.

 

RAIN DROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD – 

BJ THOMAS

Written by Hal Davidand Burt Bacharach for the 1969 film Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. It won an Academy Award for Best Original Song. David and Bacharach also won Best Original Score. It was recorded in seven takes, after Bacharach expressed dissatisfaction with the first six. In the film version of the song, B. J. Thomas had been recovering from laryngitis, which made his voice sound hoarser than in the 7-inch release. The film version featured a separate instrumental break when Paul Newman undertook stunts on a bicycle.

"To Sir With Love" is the theme from the 1967 film To Sir, with Love. The song was written by Don Blackand Mark London, husband of Lulu's longtime manager Marion Massey. Initially recorded by Lulu (with The Mindbenders, who also acted in the film). It was released as a single in the United States in 1967 and reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, remaining in the top position for five weeks and earning the No. 1 position for the entire year in the process.

"Candida" was the first single released by the American pop music group Dawn, with vocals by Tony Orlando, in July 1970. The song, written by Irwin Levine and Toni Wine, was produced by Dave Appell and Hank Medress for Bell Records. Orlando had been a professional singer in the early 1960s, but now worked as a music publishing manager for Columbia Records. Although initially worried about losing his job at Columbia, Orlando eventually agreed to lend his voice to the track.

"Candida" became a worldwide hit, reaching number one in five countries, and the top ten in many others.

DO-WAH-DIDDY – 

Manfred Mann

Recorded on 11 June 1964, released on 10 July, and spent two weeks

No. 1 in the UK Singles Chart in August, and two weeks at the

No. 1 spot in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 in October.

CANDIDA – 

Tony Orlando & Dawn

TO SIR, WITH LOVE – 

Lulu

BILLY JAY KRAMER & THE DAKOTAS 

BAD TO ME – 

MELANIE 

STEAM

VANITY FAIR 

Part of our ever - growing song list:

DON’T PULL YOUR LOVE OUT ON ME BABY-HAMILTON, FRANK & REYNOLDS 

DOWN ON THE CORNER – CCR 

DOWNTOWN - PETULA CLARK 

DRAGGIN’ THE LINE - TOMMY JAMES

DRIVE MY CAR – BEATLES

EASY COME, EASY GO - BOBBY SHERMAN

EASY TO BE HARD – THREE DOG NIGHT 

EVERYBODY’S TALKIN’ AT ME - HARRY NILSSON 

EVERYDAY PEOPLE - SLY & THE FAMILY STONE 

FAME – BOWIE 

FIVE O’CLOCK WORLD 

FIVE YEARS – BOWIE 

FREE RIDE – EDGAR WINTER GROUP 

GARDEN PARTY - RICKIE NELSON 

GEORGY GIRL - THE SEEKERS 

GET BACK – BEATLES 

GIMME SHELTER – STONES 

GLAD ALL OVER - DAVE CLARK FIVE 

GOING TO THE CHAPEL

GOOD LOVIN’- RASCALS 

GOT TO GET YOU INTO MY LIFE - BEATLES 

GROOVIN’ - RASCALS 

HANG ON SLOOPY - MCCOYS 

HAPPY TOGETHER - THE TURTLES 

HARD DAYS NIGHT – BEATLES 

HE’S A REBEL  - THE CRYSTALS

HEATWAVE - LINDA RONSTADT 

HELLO IT’S ME - TODD RUNDGREN 

HELLO MARYLOU – RICKY NELSON 

HELP - THE BEATLES 

HELP ME MAKE IT THROUGH THE NIGHT- KRIS KRISTOFFERSON 

HEY BABY - BRUCE CHANNEL 

HEY GOOD LOOKIN’ - HANK WILLIAMS 

HEY JUDE – BEATLES 

HITCHIN’ A RIDE - VANITY FAIR

HOLD ME THRILL ME KISS ME - MEL CARTER

HONKEY TONK WOMAN – STONES

HOW CAN I BE SURE - YOUNG RASCALS

HOW SWEET IT IS - JAMES TAYLOR 

HUSH - DEEP PURPLE

I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW - JOHNNY NASH

I CAN’T EXPLAIN - THE WHO 

I’D LIKE TO MAKE IT WITH YOU – BREAD 

I FOUGHT THE LAW - BOBBY FULLER FOUR 

I GOT A NAME - JIM CROCE 

I GOT YOU BABE - SONNY & CHER

I HEAR YOU KNOCKIN’ - DAVE EDMUNDS

I LOVE YOU MORE TODAY THAN YESTERDAY - SPIRAL STAIRCASE

I ONLY WANT TO BE WITH YOU - DUSTY SPRINGFIELD

I SAW HER STANDING THERE - BEATLES 

I THINK I LOVE YOU - THE PARTRIDGE FAMILY 

I THINK WE’RE ALONE NOW - TOMMY JAMES

I WILL – BEATLES 

 

MY BEAUTIFUL SUNDAY - DANIEL BOONE 

MY GIRL - TEMPTATIONS 

MY PLEDGE OF LOVE - JOE JEFFREY GROUP 

NA NA, HEY HEY, KISS HIM GOOD BYE - STEAM 

NO SUGAR TONIGHT - THE GUESS WHO 

NO TIME - THE GUESS WHO

OB-LA-DI, OB-LA-DA- BEATLES

OCTOPUSES GARDEN

OOO, OOO, CHILD - 5 STAIRSTEPS 

OLD FASHIONED LOVE SONG - THREE DOG NIGHT 

ONE - THREE DOG NIGHT 

ONE FINE DAY - CHIFFONS

ONE WAY OUT  - ALLMAN BROS.

ON THE ROAD AGAIN - WILLY NELSON

OUR DAY WILL COME  -  RUBY & THE ROMANTICS 

PAINT IT BLACK - ROLLING STONES 

PEGGY SUE- BUDDY HOLLY

PEOPLE GOT TO BE FREE - THE RASCALS 

PHOTOGRAPH – RINGO 

PRETTY WOMAN - ROY ORBISON 

PLEASE PLEASE ME - BEATLES

PROUD MARY-CCR 

PUT A LITTLE LOVE IN YOUR HEART - J. DESHANNON 

RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD - BJ THOMAS 

RAMBLIN MAN – ALLMAN BROS. 

RED RUBBER BALL - THE CYRKLE 

RHINESTONE COWBOY - GLENN CAMPBELL

RIDE CAPTAIN RIDE - BLUES IMAGE

RIGHT PLACE WRONG TIME - DR. JOHN 

RIKKI DON’T LOSE THAT NUMBER - STEELY DAN 

ROSE GARDEN - LYNN ANDERSON 

RUN AROUND SUE - DION & THE BELMONTS

RUN AWAY – DEL SHANNON 

SEA CRUISE – FRANKIE FORD

SECRET AGENT MAN - JOHNNY RIVERS

SGT. PEPPER’S - BEATLES 

SHAMBABLA - THREE DOG NIGHT 

SHE LOVES YOU - BEATLES

SHE’S NOT THERE - ZOMBIES

SHOUT - THE ISLEY BROS. 

SIGNS - FIVE MAN ELECTRIC BAND 

SLEEPWALK- SANTO & JOHNNY

SOLDIER BOY - THE SHIRELLES 

SOMEBODY TO LOVE - JEFFERSON AIRPLANE 

SON OF A PREACHER MAN - D. SPRINGFIELD 

SOUL DEEP - BOX TOPS

SPIRIT IN THE SKY - NORMAN GREENBAUM 

SPOOKY - CLASSICS IV 

STUCK IN THE MIDDLE - STEELERS WHEEL

SUGAR SUGAR - THE ARCHIES 

SUMMER IN THE CITY - LOVIN' SPOONFUL

SUNNY - BOBBY HEBB 

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