Some Favorites From the 60s
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My Favorite Tunes: 60s Edition

Some of my favorite classic tunes.

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My Favorite Tunes: 60s Edition

Growing up, I have been blessed to have some awesome grandparents. My papaw exposed me to some of the greatest music to ever exist at a young age and I still listen to it to this day. None of these are in any particular order and these are not all of my favorites from the 60s; but if I were to add them all, I'm afraid this Odyssey article would be longer than the Bible.


So, thanks papaw. Thanks for showing me some of my favorite music.

These Eyes - The Guess Who (1969)

Baby Love - The Supremes (1964)

God Only Knows - The Beach Boys (1966)

Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond (1969)

Monday Monday - The Mamas and The Papas (1966)

Crimson and Clover - Tommy James and the Shondells (1968)

Can't Take My Eyes Off You - Frankie Valli (1967)

Crazy - Patsy Cline (1961)

Paint it Black - The Rolling Stones (1966)

Will You Love Me Tomorrow - The Shirelles (1960)

Space Oddity - David Bowie (1969)

She Loves You - The Beatles (1963)

Time of the Season - The Zombies (1968)

Light My Fire - The Doors (1967)

Mrs. Robinson - Simon and Garfunkel (1968)

The House of the Rising Sun - The Animals (1964)


Listening to these songs make me feel so nostalgic (even though they were released long before I even existed). If you have time, just listen to a few- it'll more than likely put you in a better mood.

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