Various - True Love Ways - 17 Top Ten Hits From A Golden Era Of Pop - Great Music To Remember The Best Of Times download album
Columbia and its subsidiaries may have moved slowly into rock & roll, having their first rock hits in the early '60s, but that actually makes this collection more effective, since you can hear traditional pop give way to rock and soul by the end of the first disc. And that's the best thing about Pop Music: The Golden Era - it's a genuine narrative, beginning with Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett and ending with Patti Labelle and Earth, Wind & Fire. Between those bookends are pop classics of all stripes, from a head-spinning array of artists
The Top Ten. 1 You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) - Dead or Alive. Are you sure this was the Greatest Song of the 20th Century? Because I am not sure at all. - Metal Treasure. This song being performed on the Ed Sullivan show is the biggest event in the history of popular music. Like a musical Tsunami, it swept away everything that came before it, and nothing by Michael Jackson, Nirvana, Eminem, or Miley Cyrus can remotely hold a candle to the lasting effect and influence it had not just on the world of music, but the world as a whole. There are several Beatle songs that could have been in this spot, because they are of course the most successful and biggest-selling musicians of all-time
The best pop songs have a catchy melody, clever lyrics, and a certain something. Scientists at the University of London who have studied the psychology of pop music have identified three elements that make a song grab your attention: Phrasing: The longer a singer holds a note or lyric, the more likely we are to listen. Think of Freddy Mercury's powerhouse vocals. Chorus: Three different musical pitches appear to be the magical number to make a song's chorus memorable. Ask a group of songwriters what makes a pop song great and you're likely to get a number of different answers. Lamont Dozier, who wrote dozens of classic Motown songs, has told interviewers that there's no secret formula-people like what they like. A good beat helps, says Max Martin, who's written hits for Britney Spear and Taylor Swift.
Pop Music: The Golden Era 1951-1975. Red Rubber Ball (Album Version) by The Cyrkle. In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart. Fans of pop music would do well to consider this two CD set. It's constructed in such a way that even the tunes you don't know will entertain you a lot. I am baffled as to why this is currently out of print; and I hope that changes soon.
17, 1963 - when we combined our two leading pop album album charts for stereo and mono releases into one all-encompassing weekly chart - through Oct. 10, 2015). Titles are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at lower rungs earning the least. Artists are ranked based on the combined point totals, as outlined above, of all their Hot 100 or Billboard 200 chart entries.
Monroe - Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend 20 - Danny Kaye - Wonderful Copenhagen 21 - Jim Reeves - Bimbo 22 - Patti Page - That Doggie In The Window 23 - Percy Faith & His Orchestra - The Song From Moulin Rouge 24 - Bill Haley & His Comets - Shake, Rattle & Roll CD2 01 - Bill Haley & His Comets - Rock Arround The Clock 02 - Leroy Anderson - The Typewriter 03 - Edmundo Ross & Hi.
You turn to the West for pop music. You go gaga over the One Directions and the Justin Biebers of the world. That's probably because you never witnessed the glory of Indian bands, like we did. You probably wonder why we can never drool over Harry Styles or Taylor Swift. That's because we had our very own A Band Of Boys. These boys made me realise why girls were attracted to musicians. And the boys from my generation were drooling over the Viva girls. But Deewana and Tanha Dil still remain their best gifts to the world. Talking of gifts, Falguni Pathak gave us the timeless songs that play at every Garba night. And it's just sad that because of the death of Hindi pop, the possibility of adding another Falguni Pathak song to our garba playlist also died. We grew up listening to music that died a sudden death. What has taken its place is not worthy enough.
|A1||–Peter & Gordon||True Love Ways|
|A2||–The Shirelles||Will You Love Me Tomorrow|
|A3||–The Mindbenders||Groovy Kind Of Love|
|A4||–The Walker Brothers||Make It Easy On Yourself|
|A5||–Percy Sledge||When A Man Loves A Woman|
|A6||–Gerry & The Pacemakers||Don't Let The Sun Catch You Crying|
|A7||–The Merseybeats||I Think Of You|
|A8||–Beach Boys*||God Only Knows|
|A9||–Ray Charles||I Can't Stop Loving You|
|B1||–The Love Affair||Everlasting Love|
|B2||–The Drifters||Save The Last Dance For Me|
|B3||–Ben E. King||Stand By Me|
|B4||–Dusty Springfield||You Don't Have To Say You Love Me|
|B5||–Billy Fury||Halfway To Paradise|
|B6||–Roy Orbison||In Dreams|
|B7||–Bobby Vee||Take Good Care Of My Baby|
|B8||–The Everly Brothers*||All I Have To Do Is Dream|
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