Various - The Best of 60s Rock album download
|1||–Lovin' Spoonful*||Summer in the City||2:39|
|2||–Steppenwolf||Magic Carpet Ride||2:41|
|3||–Seeds*||Pushin' Too Hard||2:33|
|4||–Count Five||Psychotic Reaction||3:07|
|5||–The Standells||Dirty Water||2:44|
|6||–Box Tops||The Letter||2:02|
|7||–Joe Cocker||Feelin' Alright||4:05|
|8||–Humble Pie||Hot & Nasty||3:19|
|9||–Blues Magoos||(We Ain't Got) Nothin' Yet||2:16|
|11||–Blue Cheer||Summertime Blues||3:47|
|12||–Outsiders*||Time Won't Let Me||2:51|
|13||–Three Dog Night||Eli's Coming||2:44|
|14||–The Monkees||(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone||2:22|
NotesThe WARING-fds noise reduction process was used in the mastering of this title.
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|CDL-9459||Various||Rockin' 60s (Original Master Recordings) (CD, Comp)||Priority Records, Front Page Records||CDL-9459||US||1986|
|CDL9459||Various||The Best of 60s Rock (CD, Comp)||Priority Records||CDL9459||1987|
Cranberries, Red Hot Chili Peppers, . Classic Rock Greatest Hits 60s,70s,80s.
These songs are ranked based upon their intitial and lasting popularity, as well as their influence and impact on the evolution of Rock and Roll and its sub-genres. Last Updated: 2009-07-09
Rockin' 60s (Original Master Recordings) (CD, Comp). Priority Records, Front Page Records. CDL9459 (or CDL-9459). The Best of 60s Rock (CD, Comp).
The '60s Rock Experience. Simply the Best 60's Album. The 60s Rock Explosion, a companion piece to the hit PBS special, collects some of the most memorable songs from that magical era into a blast from the past that still has the power to move us today. This 59-track, triple-disc anthology was loosely inspired by Public Television's examination of the turbulent '60s. Thus its three chapters ("The Vietnam Backbeat"/"There'll Be a 'Love-In' There"/"Message & Meaning") come not only organized around historical themes rather than musical ones, but focus almost exclusively on the.
Best of 60's Party Rock is a fine budget-priced collection of hard-rocking songs from the early '60s, all of which became staples of frat parties. The packaging may be a little skimpy, but there's not a weak song here, and that alone makes it worth it. Among the highlights are such familiar items as "Louie, Louie," "Wooly Bully, " "Devil with the Blue Dress, " "Hang on Sloopy, " "Land of 1000 Dances, " "I Want Candy, " "Double Shot of My Baby's Love, " "No.
Crazy Horse - Rock And Roll Band 12. Kansas - Carry On Wayward Son 13. Captain Beefheart & His Magic Band - Sure 'Nuff 'n' Yes, I Do 14. Iggy & The Stooges - Raw Power (Iggy Pop Mix) 15. Redbone - The Witch Queen of New Orleans 16. The Gun - Race with the Devil 17. Spirit - Fresh Garbage 18. The Byrds - So You Want to Be a Rock 'N' Roll Star 19. The Lovin' Spoonful - Summer in the City 20. The Box Tops - The Letter. CD3: 01. Bonnie Tyler - Holding Out For A Hero 02. Meat Loaf - Bat Out Of Hell 03. Jim Steinman - Rock And Roll Dreams Come Through 04. Cyndi.
The Top 100 '60s Rock Albums represent the moment when popular music came of age. In the earliest part of the decade, bands were still regularly referencing earlier sounds and themes. By the middle, something powerful and distinct was happening, which is why the latter part of the '60s weighs so heavily on our list. A number of bands evolved alongside fast-emerging trends of blues rock, folk rock, psychedelia and hard rock, adding new complexities to the music even as the songs themselves became more topical. If there's a thread running through the Top 100 '60s Rock Albums.
Picking the best rock albums is pretty much an impossible task. In hindsight it’s difficult to see how Maiden could have taken their style further than they did on the Seventh Son album, and Infinite Dreams, The Clairvoyant and Can I Play With Madness are up their among the best tracks Maiden’s have ever recorded, and some others on this album are not far behind. After Seventh Son, guitarist Adrian Smith said goodbye, in came his replacement Janick Gers, and things for Iron Maiden were changed irrevocably. 44. The Who: Who's Next.
Ironically, the album’s two most famous tracks are a cover of Fred Neil’s Everybody’s Talkin’ and Nilsson’s own One, which the rock group Three Dog Night would turn into a major smash soon after. Both songs are the perfect encapsulations of Nilsson’s unusual yet direct approach to making music: embedding lyrical gut-punches into catchy folk-pop riffs and experimental production techniques.