From 1959 and a group called The Tempos - here's See You In September  -- this is the version used in the 1973 film American Graffiti

From 1959 and a group called The Tempos - here's See You In September -- this is the version used in the 1973 film American Graffiti

So Much in Love by the group The Tymes was playing a ton on our radios today 7-22 in 1963.

So Much in Love by the group The Tymes was playing a ton on our radios today…

Jim Croce - You Don't Mess Around With Jim (Live) [remastered 16:9]

28 Days Of My Music Day 13 - tells a story - Jim Croce - You Don't Mess Around With Jim (Live) [remastered

"Games People Play" - Joe South - 1969 and his fabulous US of A shaped guitar.Still on you tube as of 3/15/2015

"Games People Play" - Joe South - 1969 and his fabulous US of A shaped guitar.

The instrumentals continued to be popular as I entered high school.  Soulful Strut by Young-Holt Unlimited was #3 on the charts in early 1969.

Today in 1969 a fav song spinning on radios was the instrumental song 'Soulful Strut' by Young-Holt Unlimited - we just don't have instrumental hits anymore in main stream music

“Teenage Triangle” (1963, Colpix) by Paul Peterson, Shelley Fabares and James Darren.  Contains recent hit singles by each of the three including “She Can’t Find Her Keys,” “Johnny Angel” and “Goodbye Cruel World.”

Teenage Triangle - 1963 release - Paul Peterson (lollipops and roses & "She Can't Find Her Keys), James Daren (Gidget), Shelly Fabares (Johnny Angel)

Fly me to the moon - Julie London    A wonderful voice sings a beautiful harmony of songs. Style, elegance   and melody are the master of this wonderful piece jazz that will leave you speechless.

Fly me to the moon - Julie London A wonderful voice sings a beautiful harmony of songs. Style, elegance and melody are the master of this wonderful piece jazz that will leave you speechless.

Arlo Guthrie, "You can get anything you want  at Alice's restaurant, 'cepting Alice".

Alice's Restaurant - Arlo Guthrie - Original 1967 Recording No Thanksgiving is complete without hearing about the massacree.

The Kinks - Lola

The Kinks " Waterloo Sunset.Just watching Ray Davis at the olympics closing cermony.

Ray Peterson - Corinna, Corinna (1960) .. wow I still absolutely love this song...gosh, I miss the old days so much!

Ray Peterson - Corinna, Corinna One of the that Mom would put on the stack and play while she did housework.

Jan and Dean - Judy (1960)

Jan and Dean were a rock and roll duo, popular from the late through the consisting of William Jan Berry and Dean Ormsby Torrence. They were pioneers of the vocal "surf music" craze that was popularized by The Beach Boys/

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