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Subject: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 01/01/14 at 2:59 am

The Beatles - A Hard Day's Night

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSm0M-BbVdY

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/01/14 at 3:20 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXztYCp1IOM

The Four Seasons - Ronnie

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: yearofthemonkey on 01/01/14 at 3:36 pm

Dave Clark - Because
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IX9SJNHz9hM

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 01/01/14 at 5:07 pm

The Beach Boys - Don't Worry Baby

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X9E1by7PocE

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: warped on 01/01/14 at 6:39 pm

The Zombies ~ She's Not There

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LpS7mpskf18

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: loki 13 on 01/01/14 at 6:55 pm

As Tears Go By....Marianne Faithfull

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8JJ6du3Vio

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: yearofthemonkey on 01/02/14 at 12:49 am

"Advance to the Rear" came out this year, as did its soundtrack!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cELsUMcQdc

The New Christy Minstrels - Today

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/02/14 at 6:54 am

The Impressions -- Keep on Pushing

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTpZ_4_KhDU

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Paul on 01/02/14 at 7:02 am

She seemed to appear out of nowhere in America with this, but she'd been recording a full 15 years before!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zx06XNfDvk0

Undoubtedly the one that put her on the map, globally.

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/02/14 at 2:07 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1M5eEJeT38

Mary Wells - My Guy

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: warped on 01/02/14 at 2:19 pm



The New Christy Minstrels - Today


An excellent song!


She seemed to appear out of nowhere in America with this, but she'd been recording a full 15 years before!
Downtown

Undoubtedly the one that put her on the map, globally.


Another excellent song!

Something a little different, from 1964. Heard this often at home when I was young.

Al Hirt ~ Java

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqwIpH6phJs

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/03/14 at 7:15 am

The Drifters - Under The Boardwalk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyzCccndc2w

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Paul on 01/03/14 at 9:48 am


Something a little different, from 1964. Heard this often at home when I was young.

Al Hirt ~ Java


Heard this when I was young too, but from a different source...it was used as the closing theme to a long-running British children's TV art show, 'Vision On'...

Baffled me for years what it was, until I eventually unearthed this version!

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: CatwomanofV on 01/03/14 at 11:12 am


The Drifters - Under The Boardwalk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iyzCccndc2w




Love that song.


Cat

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 01/03/14 at 11:44 am



Love that song.


Cat
Did you like the Bruce Willis version from 1987?

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: CatwomanofV on 01/03/14 at 12:10 pm


Did you like the Bruce Willis version from 1987?


Don't think I heard that version but it sounds very scary.

Bette Midler's version was ok and as much as I love Bette, I truly prefer the Drifters.


Cat

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 01/03/14 at 12:43 pm


Don't think I heard that version but it sounds very scary.

Bette Midler's version was ok and as much as I love Bette, I truly prefer the Drifters.


Cat
Please check the 1987: The Year In Music thread

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Paul on 01/03/14 at 2:43 pm


The Drifters - Under The Boardwalk


The intended lead singer, Rudy Lewis, died the day before the recording session. Rather than cancel the session, Johnny Moore was drafted in to provide the lead, which must have made the whole occasion rather poignant...

A group enjoying their first success that year. Amazingly, they remained together for nearly five decades! Beautiful, beautiful song...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joqjBAJx4ZA

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/03/14 at 3:13 pm


The intended lead singer, Rudy Lewis, died the day before the recording session. Rather than cancel the session, Johnny Moore was drafted in to provide the lead, which must have made the whole occasion rather poignant...

A group enjoying their first success that year. Amazingly, they remained together for nearly five decades! Beautiful, beautiful song...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=joqjBAJx4ZA



great song, It's just sad now there's only one surviving member left of the Four Tops. :(

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/03/14 at 3:15 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kq204wG8UfA

Little Anthony & The Imperials - Going Out Of My Head.

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: whistledog on 01/03/14 at 7:31 pm

1964 was the year that Canadian Teen Idol Terry Black made his debut.  He never became a big star in America, but his success in Canada got him noticed by Dick Clark, and he made his American TV debut on American Bandstand where he performed the song Unless You Care, and it's B-Side Can't We Go Somewhere.  It would be his only chart appearance in the US Hot 100

Terry Black - Unless You Care
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=misdzUo7P2M

Terry Black - Can't We Go Somewhere
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrTn33uscZQ


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At the 1965 Grammy Awards, (New Zealand born) Canadian singer Gale Garnett won best folk recording for her popular 1964 hit We'll Sing in the Sunshine.  This song is often regarded as a one hit wonder, but was it really?

Gale Garnett - We'll Sing in the Sunshine
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QJAPyEl7wgo


No ... The follow-up was titled Lovin' Place and did well in Canada 

Gale Garnett - Lovin' Place
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4i8pGTZ0Ses

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/04/14 at 3:15 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOisE-az3bA

The Nitty Gritty - Shirley Ellis

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: warped on 01/04/14 at 3:29 pm

Two Canadian selections from 1964, both from Shirley Matthews

Shirley Matthews ~ Private Property

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2qK8Btcu5A

Shirley Matthews~  Big Town Boy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pu7zpsbzMO0

Not sure if this had any success in America or not. 2 good songs though.

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Paul on 01/04/14 at 4:00 pm


Two Canadian selections from 1964, both from Shirley Matthews

Shirley Matthews ~ Private Property

Shirley Matthews~  Big Town Boy


First one sounds a bit 'formula', but the second one's pretty good - her biggest hit, if Wiki informs me right!

No release in Britain for her, I'm afraid...

Always had a bit of mixed feelings with this lot, but mostly with the leader! If there was a buck to be made, by hell, he made sure he made it!

(If you see DC's name in the writing credits of any song, ignore it! He had nothing to do with the composition, he made sure he got his cut by getting his name on there! A guy called Ron Ryan wrote this and sold the rights to Clark for, presumably, a pittance!)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=SMzhThVXrZQ

That said, terrific production - with more compression and echo than was normally used in 1964!

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/05/14 at 3:11 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgTSfJEf_jM

The Animals - House of the Rising Sun

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: CatwomanofV on 01/05/14 at 3:33 pm


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgTSfJEf_jM

The Animals - House of the Rising Sun



Excellent song. Excellent group.


Cat

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/06/14 at 6:26 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bE40KM4SGAY

Dawn (Go Away) - Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/15/14 at 6:28 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFa009CgQbk

Four Seasons 'Big Man in Town'

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 01/18/14 at 9:03 pm


Something a little different, from 1964. Heard this often at home when I was young.

Al Hirt ~ Java


Nice! Here's a little more of the same:

Al Hirt - Cotton Candy

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnI31BcaSA0

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/19/14 at 3:32 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgnIb5YW8J4

Herman's Hermits - I'm Into Something Good

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 01/20/14 at 7:47 pm

Johnny Rivers - Mountain Of Love

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4iAIrasoRo

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/21/14 at 6:56 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ciWTKom5VMo

Gene Pitney - It Hurts To Be In Love

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 01/24/14 at 7:47 pm

The Beach Boys - I Get Around

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xYc4DT18EJg

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 01/25/14 at 2:58 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBUNynQ6PQ0


Jackie Ross Selfish One

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: nally on 02/11/14 at 7:14 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMWNwHof0kc

The Kinks, "All Day And All Of The Night"

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 02/11/14 at 7:20 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4KN6TFhy2I&feature=kp

Betty Everett - Shoop Shoop Song

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: nally on 02/16/14 at 11:04 pm

Five...
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three...
two...
one:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=odqSCLHSPkU
The group Manfred Mann, with one of their earliest singles. It reached the top 5 on the UK charts, but didn't do so well elsewhere. They would first achieve success in the US with "Doo Wah Diddy Diddy", later in the year.

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 02/17/14 at 6:36 am

Chuck Berry - No Particular Place To Go

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIY4OEAd6Yk&feature=kp

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 05/04/14 at 1:44 am

Roy Orbison - Oh, Pretty Woman

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Am38jAK38DU

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 05/04/14 at 3:23 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ER8ZiWwGj-o

Don Covay & The Goodtimers-Can't Stay Away

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 05/05/14 at 2:15 am

The Rolling Stones - It's All Over Now

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYXpspbTFOk

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 05/05/14 at 6:27 am

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXztYCp1IOM&feature=kp

The Four Seasons - Ronnie

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 02/25/15 at 9:18 pm

"Tainted Love" is a song composed by Ed Cobb, formerly of American group The Four Preps, which was originally recorded by Gloria Jones in 1964. It attained worldwide fame after being covered by Soft Cell in 1981. Gloria Jones was the girlfriend of glam rock artist Marc Bolan of the band T. Rex until his death in 1977.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 02/26/15 at 2:20 pm


"Tainted Love" is a song composed by Ed Cobb, formerly of American group The Four Preps, which was originally recorded by Gloria Jones in 1964. It attained worldwide fame after being covered by Soft Cell in 1981. Gloria Jones was the girlfriend of glam rock artist Marc Bolan of the band T. Rex until his death in 1977.

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I definitely hear the difference.

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 03/13/15 at 11:58 am

"I Love the Little Things" was the British entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1964, performed in English by Matt Monro. The song was written by Tony Hatch

The song was performed eighth on the night, and at the close of voting, it had received 17 points, placing 2nd in a field of 16.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/09/15 at 10:23 am

"You Really Got Me" is a 1964 song written by Ray Davies and performed by The Kinks. The song, originally performed in a more blues-oriented style, was inspired by artists such as Lead Belly and Big Bill Broonzy. Two versions of the song were recorded, with the second performance being used for the final single. Although it was rumoured that future Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page had performed the song's guitar solo, the myth has since been proven false.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/09/15 at 10:38 am

Released in 1964 the album "I Am P. J. Proby" by P.J. Proby, "Whatever Will Be Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)" was the opening track. This track did not reached the UK Charts. Listen out for "TheTwist" sounding backing music.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 06/05/15 at 2:18 pm

"Leader of the Pack" is a song written by George "Shadow" Morton, Jeff Barry, and Ellie Greenwich. It was a pop hit in 1964 for the girl group The Shangri-Las. The single is one of the group's best known songs as well as a popular cultural example of a 'teenage tragedy song'. "Leader of the Pack" was produced by longtime pop impresario George "Shadow" Morton. Due to its evergreen popularity, Rolling Stone ranked the song among the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, at #447, in 2004.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: AmericanGirl on 06/06/15 at 2:45 pm

What a great year for music, 1964!  Not a huge Miracles hit, but very memorable:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGvNugfjDOo

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 06/09/15 at 10:11 pm


Chuck Berry - No Particular Place To Go

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIY4OEAd6Yk&feature=kp
Where did he end up going to?

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 06/09/15 at 10:14 pm


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KgnIb5YW8J4

Herman's Hermits - I'm Into Something Good
"I'm into Something Good" is a song composed by Gerry Goffin and Carole King and made famous by Herman's Hermits. The song was originally recorded by Cookies member Earl-Jean in 1964 and reached number 38 on the US Billboard Hot 100. Soon thereafter, Herman's Hermits recorded the song as their debut single, reaching number one in the UK Singles Chart on 14 September 1964, and staying there for two weeks. The song peaked at number 13 in the US later that year. Arranged by Hermit's guitarist Derek Leckenby, the record featured an uptempo rendition. The 'A' section from the song is a twelve-bar blues.

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Howard on 06/10/15 at 2:16 pm


Where did he end up going to?


Into the Hall of Fame.

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 07/16/15 at 2:12 pm

"Have I the Right?" was the début single and biggest hit of British band The Honeycombs in 1964. It was composed by Ken Howard and Alan Blaikley, who had made contact with The Honeycombs, a London-based group, then playing under the name of The Sheratons.

It was released in June 1964 on the Pye record label (Pye 7N 15664). Louis Benjamin (1922–1994), Pye’s later chairman, rechristened the group The Honeycombs, a pun on the drummer’s name and her job as a hairdresser's assistant. The single’s sales started slowly, but by the end of July the record started to climb in the UK Singles Chart. At the end of August the record reached No. 1. Outside the UK "Have I the Right?" was a big success too. The song became #1 in Australia, Canada and Sweden. In the US the record reached #5 and in the Netherlands #2. "Have I the Right?" sold worldwide about two million copies within a year.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: nally on 07/22/15 at 10:33 pm

Dusty Springfield, "I Only Want To Be With You"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=osVaF4t-zFc

This one was actually recorded in 1963 in her native UK, but it was a big hit in the U.S. in '64, while the British Invasion was going on. It's a great song. 8)

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 09/28/15 at 4:34 am

"Summer Is Over", written by Tom Springfield, Clive Westlake, and sung by Dusty Springfield, from her album "Dusty" issued on the Philips Records label in 1964.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 01/16/16 at 9:40 am

"Hello, Dolly!" is the title song of the popular 1964 musical of the same name. Louis Armstrong's version was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2001. The music and lyrics were written by Jerry Herman, who also wrote the scores for many other popular musicals including Mame and La Cage aux Folles.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 01/31/16 at 11:08 am

"The Best is Yet to Come" is a 1959 song composed by Cy Coleman, with lyrics written by Carolyn Leigh. It is generally associated with Frank Sinatra, who recorded it on his 1964 album It Might as Well Be Swing, accompanied by Count Basie, under the direction of Quincy Jones. It was the last song Sinatra sang in public, on February 25, 1995, and the words "The Best is Yet to Come" are etched on Sinatra's tombstone.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 03/11/16 at 5:07 pm

"The Last Thing on My Mind" is a song written by American musician and singer-songwriter Tom Paxton in the early 1960s and recorded first by Paxton in 1964. The song was released on Paxton's 1964 album Ramblin' Boy, which was his first album released on Elektra Records. The song remains one of Paxton's best-known compositions.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/30/16 at 12:58 pm

"Fly Me to the Moon", originally titled "In Other Words", is a song written in 1954 by Bart Howard. Since then it has become a frequently recorded jazz standard often featured in popular culture. Frank Sinatra's 1964 version was closely associated with the Apollo missions to the Moon.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 09/13/16 at 3:52 am

"Terry" is a song written and sung by British singer Lynn Ripley, who performed under the name Twinkle. It was her first single, and reached number 4 in the UK Singles Chart in December 1964, spending fifteen weeks in the charts. The track also reached number 5 on the Canadian charts, spending four weeks in the Top 40 in February 1965. The song is about the death of a young man named Terry, killed in a motorcycle accident. It was banned by both the BBC, and by ITV's Ready Steady Go! on grounds of taste, but despite (or possibly because of) this, it shot up the charts. It was Twinkle's only Top 10 hit, although her follow-up, "Golden Lights" (later covered by The Smiths), reached number 21 in the UK.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 03/16/17 at 5:12 am

"Goldfinger" is the title song from the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger. Composed by John Barry and with lyrics by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley, the song was performed by Shirley Bassey for the film's opening and closing title sequences, as well as the soundtrack album release. The single release of the song gave Bassey her only Billboard Hot 100 top forty hit, peaking in the Top 10 at number eight and at number two for four weeks on the Adult Contemporary chart, and in the United Kingdom the single reached number 21. Shirley Bassey would go on to sing the theme songs for two other Bond films, Diamonds are Forever and Moonraker.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/15/17 at 4:10 am

"Don't Let the Sun Catch You Crying" is a song written and originally performed by British beat group Gerry and the Pacemakers. The songwriting is credited to Gerry Marsden and the other band members, Freddie Marsden, Les Chadwick and Les Maguire. It was first recorded by Louise Cordet, and then recorded by the group themselves in early 1964.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/15/17 at 6:08 am

"It Ain't Me Babe" is a song by Bob Dylan that originally appeared on his fourth album Another Side of Bob Dylan, which was released in 1964 by Columbia Records. Within a year of its release, the song was picked up as a single by artists who were forging the folk rock movement, including the Turtles and the Byrds.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 08/24/17 at 11:48 am

"Ringo" was written by Don Robertson and Hal Blair and was a hit single for the Canadian-born actor, Lorne Greene, in 1964. The song's sung lyrics are limited to the title word alone, performed by an unidentified male chorus, presumably The Jordanaires or the Mello Men. The rest of the vocal performance consists of a spoken-word, first-person account of a Western lawman and his relationship with a notorious gunfighter, Ringo. The account in the song does not fit the known historical facts of the life of Western outlaw Johnny Ringo. It reached number 1 on the U.S. Billboard charts on December 5, 1964 as well as garnering the same spot on the "Easy Listening" chart, where it retained the position for six weeks. The single also peaked at number twenty-one on the Hot Country Singles chart. In Canada, it hit #1 on the RPM top singles chart on December 7.

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: nally on 11/12/17 at 8:29 pm


"You Really Got Me" is a 1964 song written by Ray Davies and performed by The Kinks. The song, originally performed in a more blues-oriented style, was inspired by artists such as Lead Belly and Big Bill Broonzy. Two versions of the song were recorded, with the second performance being used for the final single. Although it was rumoured that future Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page had performed the song's guitar solo, the myth has since been proven false.



I know this one. Some of the riffs were even used in another single of theirs from that year, "All Day And All Of The Night", which I posted earlier in this thread.

The way they say the title kinda sounds like "You really got Mel" :D

Also, Van Halen would cover this song in 1978; their version featured a long intro entitled "Eruption" before the start of the song.

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Voiceofthe70s on 11/12/17 at 8:57 pm


I know this one. Some of the riffs were even used in another single of theirs from that year, "All Day And All Of The Night", which I posted earlier in this thread.

The way they say the title kinda sounds like "You really got Mel" :D

Also, Van Halen would cover this song in 1978; their version featured a long intro entitled "Eruption" before the start of the song.


The riff was also used in the Doors "Hello I Love You" (1968).

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: nally on 11/12/17 at 9:04 pm


The riff was also used in the Doors "Hello I Love You" (1968).

Well, there are some similarities in the songs' intros (especially in the respective melodies). Ray Davies, frontman of the Kinks, had thought of suing, but decided not to go through with it.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/All_Day_and_All_of_the_Night#.22Hello.2C_I_Love_You.22_controversies

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: AL-B Mk. III on 11/13/17 at 8:27 pm

Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons - Rag Doll

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kJY83Ehuq1Y

Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 01/19/18 at 12:34 pm

"Hier Encore", whose original French title translates as "Only Yesterday", is a song written by Charles Aznavour and released in September 1964. It was subsequently released in English as "Yesterday, When I Was Young", in Italian as "Ieri Si", in Danish as "Hvor tiden går", in Japanese 帰り来ぬ青春, and in Spanish as "Ayer Aún". It is considered one of Aznavour's greatest hits. The English-language lyrics, written by Herbert Kretzmer, tell of a man reflecting on his life.


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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: AmericanGirl on 01/19/18 at 9:12 pm

Hitsville (AKA Motown) was hitting on all cylinders in 1964.  Case in point:

Martha and the Vandellas - Dancing In The Street
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdvITn5cAVc

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 03/14/18 at 6:33 am

"Suspicion" is a song written by Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman for Elvis Presley which became a major hit in 1964 via a recording by Presley sound-alike Terry Stafford.


Terry Stafford
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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 05/31/18 at 12:44 pm

"L-O-V-E" is a song recorded by Nat King Cole for his studio album L-O-V-E (1965). It was composed by Bert Kaempfert with lyrics by Milt Gabler, and produced by Lee Gillette. The trumpet solo was performed by Bobby Bryant. The song had previously appeared an instrumental track on Kaempfert's album Blue Midnight (1964).

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Subject: Re: 1964 - The Year In Music

Written By: Philip Eno on 10/23/18 at 1:39 pm

"You Never Can Tell", also known as "C'est La Vie" or "Teenage Wedding", is a song written by Chuck Berry. It was composed in the early 1960s while Berry was in federal prison for violating the Mann Act. Released in 1964 on the album St. Louis to Liverpool and the follow-up single to Berry's final Top Ten hit of the 1960s: "No Particular Place to Go", "You Never Can Tell" reached number 14, becoming Berry's final Top 40 hit until "My Ding-a-Ling", a number 1 in October 1972. A 1977 Top Ten C&W hit for Emmylou Harris, the song has also been recorded or performed by Chely Wright, John Prine, New Riders of the Purple Sage, the Jerry Garcia Band, Bruce Springsteen, The Mavericks, Buster Shuffle and Bob Seger.

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