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Best music from the 50s to 70s?

I love music from these time periods. I couldn't name all of my favorites if I tried. I was wondering what are some of y'all's favorites from this time period? List as many as you can think of. I love listening to any music from these time periods, so list all the ones that you love!

Bonus Question: Can anyone tell me who sings Love Potion No. 9?

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  • 8 years ago
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    Rose Marie - Slim Whitman

    Bimbo - Jim Reeves

    A wonderful guy - Doris Day

    A guy is a guy - Doris Day

    Shanghai - Doris Day

    Old Cape Cod - Patti Page

    Undecided - The Ames Brothers

    You, you, you - The Ames Bros.

    Glowworm - The Mills Brothers

    Hot diggitty (dog ziggitty boom) - Perry Como

    Tonight you belong to me - Patience & Prudence

    Sugartime - The McGuire Sisters

    Volare - Bobby Rydell

    Primrose Lane - Jerry Wallace

    Personality - Lloyd Price

    Dreamin' - Johnny Burnette

    Rock on your steel guitar Little Jonah - Brenda Lee

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    Lollipop - The Chordettes

    My boy Lollipop - Millie Small

    Everybody loves somebody - Dean Martin

    Come along with me - The Dell-Vikings

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    'til I kissed you - The Everly Brothers

    Walk right back - (same)

    So sad (to watch good love go bad) - (same)

    That's old-fashioned - (same brothers)

    Everybody's somebody's fool - Connie Francis

    I'm gonna be warm this winter - Connie Francis

    (He's my) Dreamboat - Connie Francis

    Pineapple princess - Annette Funicello

    Bobby's girl - Marcie Blane

    Last date - Floyd Cramer

    Be my guest - Fats Domino

    I'm gonna be a wheel someday - Fats Domino

    Let the four winds blow - Fats Domino

    Believe what you say - Ricky Nelson

    For you - Ricky Nelson

    Wonderful summer - Robin Ward

    One summer night - The Danleers

    There's a moon out tonight - The Capris

    Then he kissed me - The Crystals

    Be my baby - The Ronettes

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    Mr. Lee - The Bobbettes

    Jim Dandy - Lavern Baker

    Pink shoe laces - Dodie Stevens

    Beyond the sea - Bobby Darin

    At the hop - Danny & the Juniors

    Dancin' party - Chubby Checker

    Let me in - The Sensations

    Hoy! Hoy! - The Collins Kids

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    Whole lotta shakin' goin' on - Jerry Lee Lewis

    Cannonball - Duane Eddy

    Looky Looky - Giorgio

    Blue angel - Roy Orbison

    Ask me - Elvis Presley

    Little less conversation - Elvis Presley

    I love how you love me - The Paris Sisters

    Love letters - Ketty Lester

    Slippin' & a-slidin (peepin' & a-hidin') - Little Richard

    These boots are made for walkin' - Nancy Sinatra

    Sam's Place - Buck Owens

    Let's go, let's go, let's go - Hank Ballad & the Midnighters

    Count me in - Gary Lewis & the Playboys (or anything by this group)

    I hear a symphony - The Supremes

    Ruby Ann - Marty Robbins

    Soldier boy - The Shirelles

    Shout! Shout! - Ernie Maresca

    Mashed potato time - Dee Dee Sharp

    A tear fell - Teresa Brewer

    Bo Weevil - Teresa Brewer (1962)

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    Feels so fine - Johnny Preston

    Hey baby - Gene Chandler

    You don't have to be a baby to cry - The Caravelles

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  • 4 years ago

    not something will ever beat the track from the 50s and 60s, as 8 out of each 10 information made ought to have been a 'hit', as for my favourites, I actually have a good distance too many to show, yet i will say that Del Shannon is on the precise of my record. !! xx

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  • 8 years ago

    The Clovers

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