Wayne’s Music 21/22 April 2012. Prime Cuts from 60s albums.
A Girl Like You the Troggs came on like a ton of Bricks with “Wild Thing” Long before the phrase "punk rock" became common to describe raw or primitive rock styles, in the 1960s the Troggs were as punk rock as any band could be.
My Sunday feeling from the first album by jethro Tull “This Was’.
Shine On brightly an album instrumental in the development of “progressive rock” from Procul Harum.
You Keep me hanging On Vanilla Fudge the Amemrican rockers recorded five albums in three years before disbanding in 1970.
She’s About A Mover Sir Douglas Quintet, from San Antonio, Texas …exponents of good-time music with strong roots in blues and Texas regional traditions.
I Can’t Stop Loving You Ray Charles from the landmark album in American music – taking Ray Charles into the Pop market without losing his Rhythm and Blues and Soul followers.
Running Scared Roy orbison from the second album released by Monument Records …with 9 of the 12 songs on the collection written by Orbison and his writing partner Joe Melson.
New York Mining Disaster 1941 Bee Gees first – well, the first International release in 1967.
Hurdy Gurdy Man Donovan wrote the song for some of his old mates in the band Hurdy Gurdy, but due to creative disagreements, the collaboration fell through, so Donovan decided to record it himself
Dear Mr Fantasy Traffic on the debut album.
Have You Seen Your Mother baby Standing In The Shadows The Rolling Stones from the American compilation of top singles …collected from studio sessions dating back to 1965. Flowers reached #3 in the US during the late summer of 1967 and went gold.
Here Comes The Night Them – with the song that Bert Berns originally wrote for Lulu. Jimmy Page played guitar on the original arrangement, with Phil Coulter on keyboards.
Closing My Eyes. the third album by blues-rock band Fleetwood Mac – the first with Danny Kirwin and the last with Peter Green.
It Won’t Be Long the Beatles second album …carrying on where Please Please Me left off. None of the tracks from With The Beatles was released as a single in the UK and the distinctive black and white cover shot by Robert Freeman also broke new ground for a pop album.
Tombstone Blues Highway 61 Revisited has remained among the most highly acclaimed of Dylan's works.
Wayne’s Music Sunday 22 April 2012. best albums of the 60s. PART ONE.
There Is Always One More Time Johnny Adams sings Doc Pomus … the blues, jazz and gospel singer was known as “The Tan Canary” for the multi-octave range of his powerful voice.
Pinball Wizard The Who from the fourth album … Tommy became the first musical work to be billed as a Rock Opera.
So Sad to watch good love go bad the Everly brothers from It’s Everly Time, their first album on Warner Bros.
babe I’m Gonna leave You QMS were integral to the beginnings of the Psychedelic scene – a sensation in the San Francisco Bay area With their jazz and classical influences, as well as a strong folk background, the band attempted to create a sound that was individual and innovative.
Time Of The Season The Zombies split up before the album Odyssey and Oracle was released, they never performed any of the songs onstage.
groovin’ The Rascals.
Son Of A Preacher Man Dusty in Memphis is frequently included in lists of the greatest albums of all time.
Rosalyn The Pretty Things, took the name from Bo Diddley’s 1955 song “Pretty Thing”.
Astronomy Domine is the debut album by Pink Floyd.
Surfin USA The second album notable for giving the Beach Boys their first widespread success,
Waterloo Sunset from the Kinks 5th studio album “Something Else”, regarded by some as an uneven collection of great singles. Is this the most perfect pop song ever written? A song for The Centuries?
Do You Believe In Magic Lovin Spoonful with the first single from the debut album.
At Last Etta James with a 1941 song that became her signature song in 1961.
California Dreamin’ Mamas And papas with their wonderful debut, the thing I remember reading about it all at the time was that the group didn’t want the usual guitar break in the middle, and whilst recording it, jazz saxophone and flute player Bud Shank was outside the recording studio. He was invited into the session, played the alto flute piece and nailed it first time.
Up On Cripple Creek The band in 1969 – sometimes called The Brown Album.
My back Pages The Byrds -Although it was largely overlooked by the public at the time of its release, the album's critical standing has improved over the years and today Younger Than Yesterday is considered one of The Byrds' finest albums.
I Never Loved A man Aretha Franklin’
In The Ghetto It was the first song Elvis recorded with a socially-conscious message. He was reluctant to do it for that reason, but knew it would be a hit.
You Won’t See me The Beatles from the 6th, and some would say The best album, Rubber Soul.
Evil Ways Santana - This was originally recorded by Willie Bobo in 1965, and the song was written by Bobo's guitarist Sonny Henry.
I feel Free Cream