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  • The Rolling Stones -As Tears Go By 1966 (with Lyrics subtitles)

    Duration: 3:53 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Rolling Stones -As Tears Go By 1966 with Lyrics subtitles

    This was one of the first songs written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. - The Stones manager, Andrew Oldham, gave it to a singer he also managed named Marianne Faithfull, who released it in 1964. It was going to be the B-side of her first single, but the record company decided to make it the A-side and it became her first hit. The Stones recorded it a year later. Faithfull became Mick Jagger's girlfriend in 1966. Their tumultuous relationship ended 3 years later. In that time, she helped write the song "SISTER MORPHINE" and gave Jagger the book from Beaudelaire, witch that inspired "Sympathy For The Devil" in 1967.. - In a 1992, Keith Richards said: "suddenly, 'Oh, we're songwriters,' with the most totally anti-Stones sort of song you could think of at the time, while we're trying to make a good version of 'Still A Fool' from Muddy Watters, When you start writing, it doesn't matter where the first one comes from. You've got to start somewhere, right? ...So Andrew locked Mick and myself into a kitchen in this horrible little apartment we had in E.Groove, and said, 'You ain't comin' out,' and there was no way out. We were in the kitchen with some food and a couple of guitars, but we couldn't get to the John, so we had to come out with a song. In his own little way, that's where Andrew made his great contribution to the Stones. That was such a flatulent idea, a fart of an idea, that suddenly you're gonna lock two guys in a room, and they're going to become songwriters. Forget about it. And it worked. In that little kitchen Mick and I got hung up about writing songs, and it still took us another six months before we had another hit with Gene Pitney, 'That Girl Belongs To Yesterday.' We were writing these terrible Pop songs that were becoming Top-10 hits. I thought, 'What are we doing here playing the fucking blues, and writing these horrible Pop/ballad songs and getting very successful?' They had nothing to do with us, except we wrote 'em. And it took us a while to come up with 'The Last Time.' That was the first one we came up with where Mick and I said, 'This is one we can lay on the guys.' At the time we were already borrowing songs from the Beatles - 'I Wanna Be Your Man' - because we were really hard up for singles. So they gave us a hand. In retrospect, during the '60s the Stones and the Beatles were almost the same band, because we were the only ones in that position." (thanks, Bertrand - Paris, France) The original title was "As Time Goes By." It was changed to avoid confusion with the song from Casablanca. Mick Jagger (1995): "I wrote the lyrics, and Keith wrote the melody. It's a very melancholy song for a 21-year-old to write: The evening of the day, watching children play - it's very dumb and naive, but it's got a very sad sort of thing about it, almost like an older person might write. You know, it's like a metaphor for being old: You're watching children playing and realizing you're not a child. It's a relatively mature song considering the rest of the output at the time. And we didn't think of doing it, because the Rolling Stones were a butch Blues group. But Marianne Faithfull's version was already a big, proven hit song... It was one of the first things I ever wrote." - When Mick and Keith wrote this, The Stones were still playing mostly Blues covers at their shows. This did not fit their raucous image, but it established The Stones as a band that could pull off the occasional ballad. - Jagger sang and Keith Richards played acoustic guitar over a string arrangement, and no other Stones members performed on that song...and the Glimmer Twins are born! - The strings were arranged by Mike Leander, who did The Beatles "She's Leaving Home." - This was released as a single in the US because ballads were popular there at the time. The release in England was delayed 6 months because they did not want to compete with "Yesterday" by The Beatles, when they finally did release it there, it was as the B-side of "19th Nervous Breakdown." - Mick says in 2001: - "I sang about children then. I wrote that song when I was 20. It was reflective - though they weren't my children at that point." - This was one of 3 songs The Stones performed on their 1966 Ed Sullivan Show appearance, which was the first time The Stones appeared in color on a US broadcast. - ANd In 2006, in Milan, the Rolling Stones played this live as "Con Le Mie Lacrime."

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  • Epiphone Inspired by "1966" Century Archtop - guitar test

    Duration: 5:14 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Epiphone Inspired by "1966" Century Archtop - guitar test

    Epiphone Century is nice slim archtop for affordable price. As soon as I bought the guitar I gave it to the luthier to make necesarry corrections - set up a neck and string action, I also replaced cheap plastic saddle into new bone saddle. This guitar has very comfortable neck which fits perfectly to my big hands. P-90 pickup gives warm jazzy sound and tone knob gives very wide tone possibilities. Altough the guitar is made in China, it can be used as a proffesional instrument. Click that link to see gallery with detailed pictures of that guitar: If you would like to support my channel, please donate it here:

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  • GAK DEMO : Epiphone Inspired by 1966 Century

    Duration: 9:42 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    GAK DEMO : Epiphone Inspired by 1966 Century

    Epiphone Inspired by 1966 Century Epiphone Inspired by “1966” Century Archtop overview by GAK: Historic mid 60's archtop featuring the new P-90 PRO™ single coil pickup! Epiphone presents the new Inspired by “1966” Century electric guitar, a faithful reissue of the classic thinline all-hollowbody archtop featuring the new Epiphone P-90 PRO™ single-coil pickup. In Epiphone history, the “Century” name goes all the way back to the 1930s big band era, when the “House of Stathopoulo” was making some of the best archtops ever made. And when Epiphone merged with Gibson and moved its productions to Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1957, the Century was reborn as a popular thinline archtop, similar to a Casino or a “335” but with a slightly smaller body and a single P-90 pickup. The new Epiphone Inspired by “1966” Century hollowbody thinline archtop revives the mid 60's design prized by collectors for their comfortable, lightweight body with neck joint at the 14th fret and warm, woody tone. The Laminated Maple body features a Maple top and both the top and back have Ivory colored single layer binding. The Mahogany neck has a Rounded “C” shape and a 24.75” scale with a simple but elegant Rosewood fingerboard with Pearloid “Dot” inlays, 20 medium frets, and an original nylon nut. And a 1960s era Replica Blue Soundhole Label can even be seen through the upper f-hole! The white and black layered pickguard has a classic 60s era. Subscribe to GAK Vision for daily video demos and features Visit GAK Vision for more videos: ORDER NOW !!!!

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  • Rolling Stones As Tears Go By 1966

    Duration: 2:27 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Rolling Stones As Tears Go By 1966

    The Rolling Stones

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  • The Monkees - Last Train To Clarksville 1966

    Duration: 3:45 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Monkees - Last Train To Clarksville 1966

    A re-edited song from The Monkees TV series. This is from episode 2 with adds from episode 3 and live shot from episode 32. This completes all editing of songs from the first season of the TV series.

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  • Shebang 1966 -1 year Anniversary- Stop! In The Name Of Love, The Supremes

    Duration: 9:33 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Shebang 1966 -1 year Anniversary- Stop! In The Name Of Love, The Supremes

    Shebang was a daily dance show that ran on KTLA channel 5 in southern California from 1965-1968. On this episode host Casey Kasem (American Top 40) with guests Charlie O’Donnell, Don Grady (My Three Sons/The Yellow Balloon), Dick & Dee Dee (The Mountain’s High), Jewel Akens (The Birds and the Bees) and “others” celebrate the show’s 1 year anniversary by replaying the songs played on the first show from ‘65 including this #1 hit by the Supremes. Dancers: As both shows were filmed in Hollywood, you might recognize some American Bandstand regulars including Jeff Hight (Swing Dance contest, I Fought The Law spotlight dance) with Melody dancing up on the Shebang riser, Sam at 6:13 (both Sam and Melody did Rate A Record for “Children and Flowers/It’s A Day”) as well as Steven Schreiner and the “ubiquitous” Famous Hooks, both on the Shebang riser singing Happy Birthday at the beginning of the show. ….And both Shebang and I celebrate our 1 year anniversary as I posted my first American Bandstand clip 1 year ago this week (that’s lame, I know, but it was a good excuse to highlight this fun Shebang clip, lol). In the month after Shebang began in March of ’65, the April 24th TV Guide “As We See It” editorial section complained about the growth of “teen-age wriggle ‘n’ writhe shows, seven of which can be seen by viewers in Los Angeles each week: The Lloyd Thaxton Show, Shebang, 9th Street West, Hullabaloo, Hollywood a Go Go, Shiveree, and Shindig” (not to mention American Bandstand). The article went on to say these shows “offer long-haired boys and sloppily groomed girls” and have “turned dancing, which used to be graceful and romantic and fun, into a very questionable spectator sport”. I can’t imagine what this uptight writer would have thought about dancing and music just 4 or 5 years later, much less today! Hopefully they mellowed out in the 70’s. 🙂 Thank you to all you “wriggle ‘n’ writhers” and those (like me) who wish we could have been “back in the day”...or at least enjoy watching them now. Thanks for all of your comments and support this year, especially ABDancers-Jeff and dancer don- Don. This has been an absolute pleasure and I hope to continue posting many more clips in the future! Airdate: March 16, 1966

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  • NANCY SINATRA As Tears Go By 1966

    Duration: 2:25 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    NANCY SINATRA As Tears Go By 1966

    Great Diva NANCY SINATRA sings her cover hit "As Tears Go By" in a full color video -clip. This Nancy classic song is taken from her album "Boots" (Reprise 1966). The american blonde girl at her best.

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  • Bobby Fuller Four - I Fought The Law(1966)

    Duration: 2:17 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Bobby Fuller Four - I Fought The Law 1966

    Very good sound quality

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  • Portugal. The Man - "Feel It Still" (Official Video)

    Duration: 3:51 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Portugal. The Man - "Feel It Still" Official Video

    WOODSTOCK available now! Official video for "Feel It Still" Go to for the full interactive version of the video. There you'll find 30 tools of #theresistance to fight apathy and injustice hidden in the film. Download/Stream: Follow Portugal. The Man Website: FB: IG: TW: SC: YT: Tumblr: PRODUCTION COMPANY: PRETTYBIRD Director: Ian Schwartz Executive Producer: Derek Richmond Director: fourclops ;;) Executive Producer: Candice Dragonas DP: Michael Ragen Line Producer: Judy Craig 1st AC: Eric Macey Production Coordinator: Richard Theisen 2nd AC: Peggy Knobel AD: Javier Vargas DIT: Guy Wagner 2nd AD: Dylan Morris Steadicam: Sam Naiman Location Scout/Mgr: Tucker Wysong Production Designer: Jonny Fenix Truck PA: Josh Pino Art Director: Dave Koenig Pass Van PA: Ben Arnold Set Dresser: Nate Smith Set PA: Chris Barga Art Shopper: Emily Weck Set PA: Michael Diallo Stylist: Elena Crowson Set PA: Keaton Suskie Wardrobe/Stylist Asst.: Rebecca Therkelsen Set PA: Jared Wong Hair/Makeup: Jessica Needham Key Grip: Fro Waters Gaffer: Jake Lyon Best Boy Grip: Keegan Larson Electric: Michael Weiss Grip: Clay Caldwell Best Boy Electric: Justin Ward Medic: Lucas Buckhardt Swing: Cory Standridge TALENT Dancers: Jungwho Kim, Daisy Lim, Westin Kmetz Activist: Chidozie Urom Whig Senators: Craig Kennedy, Angus Viera Rapper: The Last Artful, Dodgr Couple: Hailey Henry, Levi Appelton POST Editor: Ernie Gilbert Graphics/FX: Eugene McMahon On-Set Editor: Nic Adenau Telecine: Greg Reeves at The Mill Telecine Producer: Thatcher Peterson, Diana Valera INTERACTIVE Video Technology: WIREWAX Head of Development: Jose Rego Lead Developer: Jennifer Mah Javascript Developer: John Flockton

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  • RAPHAEL Yo soy aquel. Eurovisión 1966 -

    Duration: 4:38 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    RAPHAEL Yo soy aquel. Eurovisión 1966 -

    Historico debut internacional de Raphael en el festival de Eurovisión en 1966


  • Baltic Etude 3 (played on Epiphone Inspired by "1966" Century Archtop)

    Duration: 3:35 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Baltic Etude 3 played on Epiphone Inspired by "1966" Century Archtop

    music: MACIEK CZEMPLIK Recorded on Baltic beach in Poland (Jurata) with Tascam DR-44 WL recorder. Guitar track was re-amped in postproduction precess with: Fender Deluxe Reverb and pedals: Line6 DL-4, EHX Canyon (Shimmer), TC Electronics Hall Of Fame #baltic #etude #beach #epiphone #ambient #sand #sunset #goldenhour #archtop #jazzguitar #fingerstyle #sologuitar #reamping

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  • Red Rubber Ball by Cyrkle on 1966 Columbia 45.

    Duration: 2:22 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Red Rubber Ball by Cyrkle on 1966 Columbia 45.

    1960's rock song that is still played on oldies radio, but this is the 45 rpm mono mix. Transferred to digital using stereo system on channel background photo.

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  • Cliff Richard & The Shadows Time Drags By 1966 Stereo

    Duration: 2:26 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Cliff Richard & The Shadows Time Drags By 1966 Stereo

    From the film Finders Keepers.

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  • The Ventures - Wipeout live in Japan 1966

    Duration: 4:50 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Ventures - Wipeout live in Japan 1966

    Mel taylor....great drummer!

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  • Percy Sledge - When a Man Loves a Woman (1966)

    Duration: 3:50 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Percy Sledge - When a Man Loves a Woman 1966

    "When a Man Loves a Woman" is a song recorded by Percy Sledge in 1966 at Norala Sound Studio in Sheffield, Alabama. It made number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B singles charts. It was listed 54th in the List of Rolling Stone magazine's 500 greatest songs of all time. The sidemen for this recording included Spooner Oldham, organ; Marlin Greene, guitar; Albert "Junior" Lowe, bass and Roger Hawkins, drums. The song is credited to Calvin Lewis and Andrew Wright, who played bass and keyboards with Sledge. However, the song was in fact written by Percy Sledge himself, but he gave it to Lewis and Wright. Before the recording session, the song had no title or lyrics. The session proceeded with the expectation that Sledge would produce them for the vocal takes. When it came time to record the vocals, Sledge improvised the lyrics with minimal pre-planning, using the melody as a guide for rhythm and phrasing. The performance was so convincing that others working on the session assumed Sledge had the lyrics written down.

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  • ROGER "RAM" RAMIREZ - As Time Goes By (1966)

    Duration: 3:36 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    ROGER "RAM" RAMIREZ - As Time Goes By 1966

    "As Time Goes By" - Written by – Gus Kahn and Isham Jones. Roger Ramirez - piano and organ, Al Lucas - bass, Gary Burton - vibes and Oliver Jackson - drums. ROGER "RAM" RAMIREZ : piano, organ, composer, (1913 - 1994) Rogelio Ramirez (also known as Roger or Ram) was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico on September 15, 1913. He arrived on Ellis Island in 1920.He was raised in New York, was recognized as a prodigious talent and by 13 was a professional musician, and a member of the American Federation of Musicians. Ramirez worked with the Louisiana Stompers, The Spirits of Rhythm, and Monette Moore in 1933. The following year, he joined trumpeter Rex Stewart for a set of recordings that are available today on the Columbia and Classic labels. In 1935, he joined Willie Bryant and in 1937, he went to Europe with a group led by Bobby Martin. A highlight in Ram Ramirez's career carne at the age of 21, in 1934 when he literally substituted for Duke Ellington in a small group led by Rex Stewart, with whom he recorded Stingaree, and Baby Ain'tcha Satisfied. Ramirez backed the legendary Ella Fitzgerald in 1940, in the band she took over after the death of Chick Webb, and worked with Frankie Newton and Charlie Barnet in 1942. In 1944, he joined the John Kirby Sextet and this was followed by stints with his own trio. He proceeded to play in bands led by Frankie Newton and Ike Quebec, appearing with the latter on some early Blue Note Records, Ramirez also recorded under his own name in 1946, leading a trio with guitarist Jimmy Shirley and bassist Al Hall. In 1944 Billie Holiday recorded Ramirez's composition, Lover Man, a song which is still strongly associated with her, and subsequently became a jazz standard. This has been his biggest claim to fame, and his enduring contribution to jazz. In the late '40s and early '50s he continued to play in and around New York, and in 53 began to play organ on more occasions, where he started to make a name for himself in the clubs. In the '60s he toured Europe with bluesman T-Bone Walker, and the following decade was with the Harlem Blues and Jazz Band. He continued to make appearances with this group into the early '80s. A blues-orientated pianist and organist that could swing with the best of them Ramirez is perhaps less well known than his skills warrant. He participated in approximately 62 jazz recording sessions between 1934 and 1981.His best solo effort was Live in Harlem, from 1960, where he puts on a dazzling display of his skills on the organ. There was a reissue release in 2005 of Ill Remember April, by the Ram Ramirez Trio. Ram Ramirez died on Jan. 13, 1994.

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  • Epiphone / Inspired by “1966” Century Aged Gloss Cherry 【イシバシ楽器心斎橋店】

    Duration: 1:53 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Epiphone / Inspired by “1966” Century Aged Gloss Cherry 【イシバシ楽器心斎橋店】

    【動画】ルーツミュージック好きの方へEPIHONE新モデル! 現在アメリカでは、ルーツミュージック、ジャズを軸とした 古き良きミュージック、HIP SterやAmericanaという新鋭ジャンルの フェスが行われており、そのジャンルに合った新モデルが発売! 是非一度お試し下さいませ! 毎度です!2Fアコースティックギターフロア ジャズギター担当の石間です! 本日はレトロな雰囲気が個人的にかなりグッとくる Epiphone / Inspired by “1966” Century Aged Gloss Cherryの御紹介! 最近アメリカでは古き良きミュージックに触発されたHIP SterやAmericanaという新鋭ジャンルが 流行りつつあり、フェス等も積極的に行われているようです。 個人的にもレトロなコーラスを現代にマッチしたアップテンポで歌うザ・プッピーニ・シスターズ(The Puppini Sisters) 等がかなり最近はまったアーティストになりますので、個人的にも激押しの1本です! こちらは1966年当時の仕様を再現したEpiphoneの往年の名機"Century"! 1930年代のビッグバンドの時代まで遡り,現代に蘇った逸品! 抱えやすく心地の良い鳴りのフルアコ構造メイプル薄型ボディは風格のあるAged Gloss Finishと 名付けられた塗層方法にて仕上げられております。 P-90スタイルのピックアップを搭載していることによりその心地よいサウンドはアンプを通してでも楽しめ、 爪弾くと艶やかなサウンドをアウトプットします。 ※商品ページ作成中ですので 気になられた方は是非一度心斎橋店へご来店下さいませ! 詳しいお問合せは担当:ジャズギター担当 石間まで♪ tel:06-6241-1484 店頭での試奏も大歓迎!是非一度ご来店下さいませ!! 2Fアコースティックギターフロアジャズギター担当の石間でした!

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  • Lornettes (Gene Page) - SOMETHING TO REMEMBER YOU BY (1966)

    Duration: 2:15 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Lornettes Gene Page - SOMETHING TO REMEMBER YOU BY 1966

    NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED - (Gallio 114) Out of Los Angeles, this beautifully Spectorian release written by Jerry Riopelle and Al Hazan is the last and most ellusive of the three singles issued by The Lornettes on the Gallio label. Released in April of 1966, although the session was arranged by the great Gene Page with a fantastic backing track by The 'Wrecking Crew', the disc never took off other than charting in a few southern California areas. October 2012 - The Lornettes lead singer Lorna, who now goes by the name of Asha, remembers: ".....Thank you so much for your comments on the music, and records from long ago. I was 14 years old, there were 4 of us about that same age. We were going to Oxnard High School, and were allowed out of our classes to take the limo to Hollywood to record. Mr. John Gallio was our manager at the time. (thus Gallio records). Got to meet a lot of very important people too! The Page brothers.....Gene and Billy and also Barry White. (we did a lot of background work for him at Bronco records and later at 20th-Century ) and it led to a pretty interesting life in music. We did background work for The Ronettes working with Phil Spector. Performed in Reno Nevada for some 20 plus years with a group of family members called "Martha's Children". We are still performing, now as a Gospel group. We are called "Honestly", and will have some original music out very soon. I am a music teacher in Oregon. Passing on what I have learned to the children. Won't stop, can't stop!!"

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  • Glory Box cover - Epiphone Inspired by 1966 Century

    Duration: 5:01 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Glory Box cover - Epiphone Inspired by 1966 Century

    Une cover sans prétention de Glory Box de Portishead, largement inspirée de la version superbe de John Martyn, l'occasion de tester ma nouvelle Epiphone inspired by Century 1966 qui se débrouille très bien en acoustique :)

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  • The Rolling Stones - Live 1966 - AS TEARS GO BY

    Duration: 3:43 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Rolling Stones - Live 1966 - AS TEARS GO BY

    The Rolling Stones - Live 1966 - AS TEARS GO BY

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  • Epiphone Inspired by 1966 Century

    Duration: 7:51 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Epiphone Inspired by 1966 Century

    Zoom MS-50Gでリバーブとディレイをかけて、Fender the twinアンプにつないでいます。 薄胴ですが、ジャズギターらしいサウンドが出ていると思います。 思ったよりもネックが太く、重さもあってずっしりとした印象ですが、そのためか芯のしっかりとした深みのあるサウンドが出ていると思います。 ボディも安定感があり、ヘッド落ちするようなこともないので無駄な力をかけることなく楽に演奏することができます。 Loarの薄胴タイプは非常に軽かったのでその点は良かったですが、どうも音が薄っぺらい感じがあったのに対し、このモデルは重量は少し重く感じますが(約2.8kg)その分音が太いように思います。(あくまで薄胴フルアコにしては、ですが)

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  • James Brown ~ It's a Man's World (1966)

    Duration: 3:14 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    James Brown ~ It's a Man's World 1966

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  • Marty Robbins - Feleena (1966)

    Duration: 8:19 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Marty Robbins - Feleena 1966

    VIDEO : 1080p60 AUDIO : Stereo Sound

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  • ROLLERrewind "MUSIC TO WATCH GIRLS BY" (1966) Johnny Sharp Organist

    Duration: 4:20 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    ROLLERrewind "MUSIC TO WATCH GIRLS BY" 1966 Johnny Sharp Organist

    This song began as a "Pepsi Generation" jingle in 1965 and took on a life of its own by the Bob Crewe Generation. It was one of the pieces I played on the accordion and Cordovox when I was a kid. Played on the Hammond B3000 with a little help form the Technics KN5000 keyboard.

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  • "Guantanamera" by THE SANDPIPERS 1966 HQ AUDIO

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    "Guantanamera" by THE SANDPIPERS 1966 HQ AUDIO

    "Guantanamera"is perhaps the best known Cuban song and that country's most noted patriotic song . In 1966, The Sandpipers recorded a most engaging version of this easy listening ballad, based on an arrangement by Pete Seeger, and it instantly became an international hit. The lyrics are based on selections from the poetry collection Versos Sencillos (Simple Verses) by Cuban poet and independence hero José Martí, as adapted by Julián Orbón. Given Martí's significance to the Cuban people, the use of his poem in the song virtually elevated it to unofficial anthem status in the country.

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  • The Verve One Day by 1966 Martin D-28

    Duration: 5:52 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    The Verve One Day by 1966 Martin D-28

    Acoustic guitar play of a most beautiful Verve song!

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  • Layla by 1966 Hofner 500/1

    Duration: 6:13 - FileType: mp3 - Bitrate: 192 Kbps

    Layla by 1966 Hofner 500/1

    果たして1966年製Hofner 500/1は、クラプトンのレイラに合うのか試してみた、ミスばっかり( ̄□ ̄;) The sound made of 1966 years Hofner 500/1 was suited Eric Clapton's Leila or was tested. However, I only made a mistake.

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  • Chessmen - You can't catch me - 1966 ( Wild 60's Garage Punk!! ) by Slania ;)

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    Chessmen - You can't catch me - 1966 Wild 60's Garage Punk!! by Slania ;

    * Chessmen - You can't catch me - 1966 * Video by Slania Enjoyyy!! ; ))) The Chessmen were from Fort Wayne Indiana and were originally formed in 1964 under the name "The Telecasters". The original members were the founder and leader of the group, Jon Finchum, drums , Chuck Weick, bass guitar, Phil Motley, rhythm guitar, and Steve Griebel, lead guitar. The name change to the Chessmen took place in 1965 with the addition of a fifth band member, Kevin Evans playing the organ. The group, collectively, wrote "You Can't Catch Me" in early 1966 and recorded it on the Phalanx label that same summer. Phil left for college in the fall of '66 for 2 years and was replaced by Al Crowe. Phil returned in 1968 and rejoined the group. Near that same time, Chuck left the group and was replaced by Mike Geise on bass guitar. One of the most memorable moments for the Chessmen, aside from hearing their song being played on the local area radio stations, was a guest appearance on the WPTA Television teen program called "21 A-Go-Go" where they played 3 songs. The end came for the Chessmen in 1969 when 3 of the 5 members, Phil, Kevin and Steve were called to duty in Vietnam. All returned safely, but their days as members of a band were now behind them. Jon Finchum and Mike Geise, however, went on to perform with a very popular group known by 2 names: Peace & Love and their alter-ego stage name "Snake and the Armpits".

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