Various - Singing TV Stars Of The 1960's album
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A list of the top albums of the year from Pitchfork (1960s).
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When considering the whole sweep of 20th century music, the 1960s loom especially large. Some of the importance placed on the music of the decade can be traced to demographics (the massive baby boomer generation born after World War II reached prime music-listening age) and technology (the consumer electronics industry was creating new listening spaces in automobiles and on television, and advancements in sound reinforcement made large concerts possible). Still, there’s no getting around the fact that the music of the ’60s made a huge impact at the time and never really went away.
List of all Christmas 1960s albums, ranked from best to worst. For many, the 1960s was a prosperous period for the release of Christmas music and albums. Some of the biggest bands and artists of the decade released holiday songs that were much better than the traditional songs that flooded. 60s The Best 1960s Christmas Albums. List of all Christmas 1960s albums, ranked from best to worst. Some of the biggest bands and artists of the decade released holiday songs that were much better than the traditional songs that flooded airwaves in years past. The albums featured on this list are some of the most well known and popular titles of that time, and likely introduced an entirely new audience to holiday and Christmas music.
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Music history of the United States in the 1960s. Popular music of the United States in the 1960s became innately tied up into causes, opposing certain ideas, influenced by the sexual revolution, feminism, Black Power and environmentalism. This trend took place in a tumultuous period of massive public unrest in the United States which consisted of the Cold War, Vietnam War, and Civil Rights Movement.
|"Dobie" LP - Dwayne Hickman On Capitol - 1960|
|2||Don't Send A Rabbit|
|3||A Most Impossible Dream|
|6||I'm A Lover, Not A Fighter|
|7||I Pass Your House|
|8||Don't Shoot The Man In The Moon|
|10||Slow Down The Hours|
|12||Forest Full Of Love|
|Bob Conrad - Complete Warner Bros. Recordings|
|13||I Want You, Pretty Baby|
|14||Ballin' The Jack|
|15||Bye Bye Baby|
|16||Love You Baby|
|17||Keep It Up|
|19||I Just Gotta Have You|
|20||The Great Magician|
|21||Cindy Is Gone|
|Bonus Tracks - The Friends|
|23||Do Yourself A Favor|
|24||Back To School Blues|
|26||Linda Is Lonesome|
|27||What Do Little Girls Dream Of|
|28||Don't Cha Cry|
|30||Unknown Girl Of My Dreams|
|31||A Broken Heart Knows Better|
|32||The Proud Don't Cry|
- Lead Vocals – Bob Conrad (tracks: 13 to 22), Clint Eastwood (tracks: 30), Dean Jones (tracks: 32), Don Grady (tracks: 31), Dwayne Hickman (tracks: 1 to 12), Jack Larson (tracks: 23, 24), Jerry Mathers (tracks: 28), Michael Landon (tracks: 25, 26), Tim Considine (tracks: 27), Troy Donahue (tracks: 29)