Pictures Of Matchstick Men - Various - The Best Music Of The 60s (CD)


  1. Grosho
    Pictures Of Matchstick Men: 12 – The Beach Boys: Surfin' 13 – Small Faces: Itchycoo Park: 14 – Lee Dorsey: Holy Cow: 15 – John Fred & His Playboy Band: Judy In Disguise (With Glasses) 16 – Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs: Wooly Bully: 17 – The Animals: Boom Boom: 18 – Johnny Thunder: Loop De Loop: 19 – Tommy Roe: Sheila: 20 5/5(1).
  2. Netaur
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Wow! That Was the 60's [UK Import] - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  3. Kazigar
    A great selection of popular songs as well as some not so well known ones. Of the tracks (53 from the 60s, 47 from the 70s) there may be a maximum of only six duds in total. All are original recordings and an absolute steal at the price. For anyone who remembers the music of these decades, a must for any music collection/5(33).
  4. Faut
    St. Clair's two-volume 60's Collection features a bizarre sampling of rock and pop hits from the '60s. Several artists appear more than once, making for a very limited view of the decade. And though each volume includes 15 songs, just over half of the capacity allowed on the discs is put to use -- so it's not as if either volume holds a special.
  5. Zulushicage
    Los 41 temas no representan por igual su legado y han puesto hasta 4 temas de algunos LPs y en cambio ninguno de otros. Como curiosidad "Gold" es realmente lo mismo que "Whatever You Want: The Very Best of Status Quo" (). - Temas destacables: In the Army Now, Pictures of Matchstick Men, Living on an Island, Rockin' All Over the World.
  6. Kagasar
    From the Wayback Machine comes Warner Brothers now infamous "Loss Leaders" collection of various artists albums from to , ranging from psych rock to early prog to funk and everything else you can through ceticerdirilenebullerslifetdist.coinfo featured obscure artists at the time and others were main line hit makers. I used to get them for $2 as a member of the WB record club.
  7. Doumuro
    Mar 11,  · Some really cool threads here lately about great songs from the 60s. It piqued my interest, so I've been looking around for a good compilation. I found the one pictured below that has really hit the spot. What a list of songs! Everything from "Up Up and Away" to "Do You Know the Way to San Jose." "The Beat Goes On" to "Pictures of Matchstick Men!".
  8. Voodoorg
    Psychedelic Pop: 12 Spaced-Out 60's Classics, a Various Artists Compilation. Released in (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Psychedelic Pop.
  9. Arashirn
    The Status Quo may be the prototype for what would become Spinal Tap, but this huge international hit is what they are most remembered for. A dissonant, siren-sounding electric guitar riff from writer Francis Rossi is the main hook here, and it was about as unusual .

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