VATIC CHANGE OF PACE: Greatest Music Hits of the 60's -Vol.1 (full songs) and Vol 2 (full songs)

Vatic Note:   Well, I guess you will be able to figure out how old I really am.  LOL  This is my music/era/political resistance, etc.   There are two volumes and you can play them while you are either posting, commenting, reading or otherwise just goofing off.    For us old people, this is truly a trip down memory lane big time.  I hope you enjoy this break as much as I did while posting.  I guess we are finding out what true love was, since the 60's seemed to be the last era for real love songs and also how  those rebels of the 60's knew what they were talking about, politically huh??  We are living it now.

We have added both of these to our list off to the right of the blog in case you want to listen to these 

Video 60's hits -  Volume 1 


Published on Jan 2, 2015
1. Oh Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison
2. California Dreamin - Mamas & The Papas
3. Are You Lonesome Tonight - Elvis Presley
4. House Of The Rising Sun - The Animals
5. Good Vibrations- The Beach Boys
6. Bus Stop- The Hollies
7. People Are Strange - The Doors
8. The Sound of Silence - Simon & Garfunkel
9. In The Summertime - Mungo Jerry
10.Venus- Shocking Blue

Video 60's hits - Volume 2

Published on Feb 15, 2015
1. Turtles- So Happy Together
2. The Mamas & The Papas- Monday Monday
3. Dave Clark Five - Because
4. Herman's Hermits - No milk today
5. The Cowsills - The Rain, The Park & Other Things
6. The Tremeloes - Silence is Golden
7. Steppenwolf - Born to be wild - (VN: this was the beginning of the end in the "real music" industry.   It was the change up in the music industry to a much more shallow and base music that changed us dramatically into a much more narcissistic society.)
8. Peter Paul & Mary - Early Morning Rain
10. The Moody Blues - Nights In White Satin
11. The Troggs - Wild Thing
12. The Beatles- She Loves You

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