I'm looking for a cd collection...?

It's all oldies spanning from the '50s or '60s through the '70s. Each cd is in a grey sleeve that has the year the music is from and all the music info. Does anyone know what this cd collection is? My dad had it, and I lost most of the CDs, and I want to buy it for him. Please help if you know it. Thanks!

Update:

it was like a 50 cd collection, i.e. one cd per year or something crazy like that.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Music That Changes Our Lives: 50's 60's 70's [BOX SET]

    Disc: 1

    1. Rock And Roll Lullaby - B.J. Thomas

    2. Come And Get Your Love - Redbone

    3. Love Or Let Me Be Lonely - Friends Of Distinction

    4. Get Used To It - Roger Voudouris

    5. Treat Her Like A Lady - Cornelius Brothers & Sister Rose

    6. Show And Tell - Al Wilson

    7. Fallin' In Love - Hamilton, Joe, Frank & Reynolds

    8. Sooner Or Later - Grass Roots

    9. Precious And Few - Climax

    10. Midnight At The Oasis - Maria Muldaur

    11. I'd Love You To Want Me - Lobo

    12. My Maria - B.W. Stevenson

    Disc: 2

    1. Sheila - Tommy Roe

    2. Raindrops - Dee Clark

    3. Leader Of The Pack - Shangi-Las

    4. He's A Rebel - The Crystals

    5. (Just Like) Romeo And Juliet - The Reflections

    6. The Twist - Chubby Checker

    7. My Boyfriend's Back - The Angels

    8. Duke Of Earl - Gene Chandler

    9. The End Of The World - Skeeter Davis

    10. Hey! Baby - Bruce Channel

    11. Surf City - Jan & Dean

    12. The Boy From New York - The Ad Libs

    Disc: 3

    1. Sh-Boom - The Crew Cuts

    2. April Love - Pat Boone

    3. Mr. Blue - The Fleetwoods

    4. My Special Angel - Bobby Helms

    5. Venus - Frankie Avalon

    6. Willie And The Hand Jive - Johnny Otis

    7. 16 Candles - Johnny Maestro

    8. Rockin' Robin - Bobby Day

    9. Teen Angel - Mark Dinning

    10. The Stroll - The Diamonds

    11. Tutti Frutti - Little Richard

    12. It's Just A Matter Of Time - Brook Benton

    or

    NUMBER ONE HITS 0f the 50's 60's 70's 3 CD BOX SET

    CD #1:

    (HOW MUCH IS THAT) DOGGIE IN THE WINDOW (Patti Page)

    SH-BOOM (LIFE COULD BE A DREAM) (The Crew Cuts)

    THREE COINS IN THE FOUNTAIN (The Four Aces)

    SINGING THE BLUES (Guy Mitchell)

    I'LL BE HOME (Pat Boone)

    HONEYCOMB (Jimmie Rodgers)

    GREAT BALLS OF FIRE (Jerry Lee Lewis)

    IT'S ALL IN THE GAME (Tommy Edwards)

    LITTLE STAR (The Elegants)

    ALL I HAVE TO DO (The Everly Brothers)

    AT THE HOP (Danny & The Juniors)

    COME SOFTLY TO ME (The Fleetwoods)

    VENUS (Frankie Avalon)

    SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES(The Platters)

    STAY (Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs)

    CD #2:

    TEEN ANGEL (Mark Dinning)

    POETRY IN MOTION (Johnny Tillotson)

    WILL YOU LOVE ME TOMORROW (The Shirelles)

    BLUE MOON (The Marcels)

    JOHNNY ANGEL (Shelley Fabares)

    THE LOCO-MOTION (Little Eva)

    SURF CITY (Jan & Dean)

    DEEP PURPLE (Nino Tempo & April Stevens)

    YOU'LL NEVER WALK ALONE (Gerry & The Pacemakers)

    I'M LEAVING IT UP TO YOU (Dale & Grace)

    CHAPEL OF LOVE (The Dixie Cups)

    LEADER OF THE PACK (The Shangri-Las)

    YOU'VE LOST THAT LOVIN' FEELIN' (The Righteous Brothers)

    LIGHTNIN' STRIKES (Lou Christie)

    WHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN (Percy Sledge)

    CD #3

    GREEN, GREEN GRASS OF HOME (Tom Jones)

    THE LETTER (The Box Tops)

    SILENCE IS GOLDEN (The Tremeloes)

    MONY MONY (Tommy James & The Shondells)

    GREEN TAMBOURINE (The Lemon Pipers)

    DIZZY (Tommy Roe)

    ISRAELITES (Desmond Dekker)

    SUGAR, SUGAR (The Archies)

    RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD (B.J. Thomas)

    OH GIRL (The Chi-Lites)

    THE MOST BEAUTIFUL GIRL (Charlie Rich)

    ROCK YOUR BABY (George McCrae)

    BEFORE THE NEXT TEARDROP FALLS (Freddy Fender)

    REUNITED (Peaches & Herb)

    RING MY BELL (Anita Ward)

  • Laura
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    In the days of vinyl I would buy records that I knew someday would be totally off the wall. I look through them now and then and can't help but think what incredibly horrid taste I must have had. I mean, Elva Miller's Greatest Hits? (She was an opera singer in the 60's that put out an album of then current rock songs). NRBQ, I don't think anyone else on the west coast had ever heard of them. R. Crumb (underground comic artist) and the Cheap Suit Serenaders. Who knows, maybe one of them will make my children rich some day!

  • 1 decade ago

    What you may have to do is if you remember specific songs and artists is to put them all into google (correctly spelled) and see what collections pop up. Then look on ebay or gemm.com

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