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1966 - The Troggs - Wild Thing "Wild Thing" is a song written by New York City-born songwriter Chip Taylor. Originally recorded by The Wild Ones in 1965, It is best known for its 1966 cover by the English band The Troggs, which reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in July 1966. The song peaked at No. 2 in Britain.

"Wild Thing" is a song written by New York City-born songwriter Chip Taylor. Originally recorded by The Wild Ones in It is best known for its 1966 cove.

Apache 'All-Time Best Instrumental' - Hank Marvin

Apache - Hank Marvin ( a really good version of the shadows and Jorgen Ingman hit from the early

"I'll Never Find Another You" by the Seekers (1968).

The Seekers - I'll never find another you From The Seekers farewell concert July 7 1968 at the BBC in London. The last time they sang this song as a group in the sixties.

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Dueling Banjos, Deliverance

Dueling Banjos Deliverance -The famous dueling banjos scene from "Deliverance"

Jean Knight - Mr Big Stuff 1971

Jean Knight - Mr Big Stuff Uploaded on 15 Oct 2011 Jean Knight (nascida Jean…

MARMALADE  -  REFLECTONS OF MY LIFE

The Marmalade - 'Reflections Of My Life' 1970 - one hit wonder - Remember it very well.

Hank Marvin, founder of 60s supergroup The Shadows, and his wife Carol were baptised into the faith in 1973.  all interview here!

Hank Marvin: Cliff and I are just old teenagers really

Early days - Hank Marvin and The Shadows, with Cliff Richard.

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