SIXTIES YOUTHQUAKE (CD) Original Recordings

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  • Sold Date: Aug 14,2010
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SIXTIES YOUTHQUAKE

This is a used import promotional CD for radio issued in 1996,

excellent audio quality.

From my personal collection. Disc is used but in very good condition.

Track Listing:

1. I Dig Rock'n Roll Music - Peter, Paul & Mary (August 19, 1967) WARNER 7067
2. Leaning On The Lamp Post - Herman's Hermits (April 9, 1966) M-G-M 13500
3. Mighty Quinn (The Eskimo) - Manfred Mann (March 2, 1968) MERCURY 72770
4. Red Rubber Ball - The Cyrcle (May 21, 1966) COLUMBIA 43589
5. Because - The Dave Clark Five (August 1, 1964) EPIC 9704
6. Do I Love You? - The Ronnettes ((June 20, 1964) PHILLES 121
7. Count Me In - Gary Lewis & The Playboys (April 3, 1965) LIBERTY 55778
8. You Were On My Mind - We Five (July 24, 1965) A&M 770
9. Born To Be Wild - Steppenwolf (July 13, 1968) ABC.DUNHILL 4138
10. Elanore - The Turtles (September 21, 1968) WHIT WHALE 276
11. A World Without Love - Peter & Gordon (May 9, 1964) CAPITOL 5175
12. A Whiter Shade Of Pale - Procal Harum (June 24, 1967) DERAM 7407
13. Kentucky Woman - Neil Diamond (Octover 14, 1967) BANG 551
14. Five O'Clock World - The Vouges (November 27, 1965) CO & CE 232
15. No Good To Cry - The Wildweeds (May 27, 1967) CADET 5561
16. Hello, Hello - Sopwith Camel (December 24, 1966) KUMA SUTRA 217
17. These Boots Are Made For Walkin' - Nancy Sinatra (January 22, 1966) REPRISE 0432
18. Abraham, Martin And John - Dion DiMucci (October 26, 1968) LAURIE 3464
19. Wishin' & Hopin' - Dusty Springfield (June 20, 1964) PHILIPS 40207
20. Everyone's Gone To The Moon - Jonathan King (September 25, 1965) PARROTT 9774
21. Snoopy Vs. The Red Baron (Decemver 17, 1966) LAURIE 3366
22. Love Is Blue - Paul Mauriat Orchestra ( January 16, 1968) PHILIPS 40495)
23. Wild Thing - The Troggs (June 25, 1966) FONTANA 1548
24. Different Drum - The Stone Poneys (November 11, 1967) CAPITOL 2004
25. They'll Make You Cry - The Beau Brummels (April 17, 1965) AUTUMN 10
26. Let's Hang On - The Four Seasons (October 9, 1965) PHILIPS 40317
27. I'm A Beleiver - The Monkees (December 10, 1966) COLGEMS
28. Light My Fire - The Doors (June 3, 1967) ELEKTRA 45615
29. Motorcyclke Mama Sailcat (June 10, 1972) ELEKTRA 45782

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