Song and Music - 60s & 70s

Song title Release datesort descending Singer - Band Singer-Band picture Album Country Musical genre Remarks
Hier encore 1964 1964 CHARLES AZNAVOUR Hier encore France Various music
Que serais-je sans toi 1964 JEAN FERRAT La Montagne France Various It is based on the poem of Louis Aragon "Prose du bonheur et d'Elsa", published in 1956 in the collection "Le Roman inachevé"
Love Me with All Your Heart 1964 THE RAY CHARLES SINGERS Love Me with All Your Heart USA Soul music Based on the Spanish language song "Cuando calienta el sol"
Can't Buy Me Love Mar. 1964 THE BEATLES The Beatles in 1964 (USA) A Hard Day's Night England POP song Written by McCartney
House of the Rising Sun Jun. 1964 THE ANIMALS House of the Rising Sun England Folk music Based on a a traditional English ballad; it talks about a New Orleans brothel or women's prison
A Hard Day's Night Jun. 1964 THE BEATLES A Hard Day's Night England ROCK song Song written by John Lennon, which was released on the film soundtrack of the same name in 1964
And I Love Her Jun. 1964 THE BEATLES A Hard Day's Night England POP Music written by McCartney; Lennon called this Paul's first "Yesterday"
Where Did Our Love Go Jul. 1964 THE SUPREMES Where Did Our Love Go U.S. R&B
She's Not There Jul. 1964 THE ZOMBIES Begin Here United Kingdom POP
My Man Jul. 1964 Ella Fitzgerald Hello, Dolly! USA Jazz
Hello Dolly! Jul. 1964 Louis Armstrong Hello Dolly! U.S. Jazz
You Really Got Me Aug. 1964 THE KINKS Kinks England ROCK The distorted guitar sound, obtained by lacerating the speaker of the amplifier with a razor blade, sometimes makes it the first hard rock song in history
Time Is on My Side Sept. 1964 THE ROLLING STONES Brian Jones in 1965 (Statesboro) 12 X 5 England ROCK Originally recorded by Kai Winding in 1963; lyrics added by Jimmy Norman & Norman Meade
All Day and All of the Night Oct. 1964 THE KINKS Kinks-Size United Kingdom Hard Rock
Amsterdam Oct. 1964 JACQUES BREL Olympia 1964 France Various Jacques Brel will never really like this song, and it will never be recorded in studio!
You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ Nov. 1964 RIGHTEOUS BROTHERS You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ USA Soul music
Mon amie la rose Nov. 1964 FRANÇOISE HARDY Mon amie la rose France Various
I Feel Fine Nov. 1964 THE BEATLES Beatles '65 England ROCK Written by Lennon and very partly based on "Watch Your Step" by Bobby Parker
Eight Days A Week Dec. 1964 THE BEATLES Beatles for Sale England ROCK Written by John and Paul, about a London taxi who worked "8 days a week"
Les Marionnettes 1965 1965 CHRISTOPHE Aline France Various
Play With Fire Feb. 1965 THE ROLLING STONES Out of Our Heads (US) England POP
Mr. Tambourine Man Mar. 1965 BOB DYLAN Bringing It All Back Home USA Folk music Bob Dylan wrote this hit on a road trip to San Francisco; The Byrds version of the song launched this band
I Can't Get No Satisfaction Jul. 1965 THE ROLLING STONES Out of Our Heads (US) England ROCK In the UK, the song initially was played only on pirate radio stations, because its lyrics were considered too sexually suggestive !
Yesterday Aug. 1965 THE BEATLES Help! England Baroque Pop Melody imagined by McCartney. This is, according to the Guinness Book, the most covered song of all time (3000). Yesterday is the first official Beatles recording to be played by only one member of the band: Paul McCartney, on vocals and acoustic guitar, only accompanied by a string quartet, on an idea by George Martin (the "5th Beatle")
Positively 4th Street Sept. 1965 BOB DYLAN Bob Dylan in 1978 (Rotterdam) Positively 4th Street USA Folk ROCK It deals with the jealousy from people of Greenwich Village about the success he encountered at that time
Sinnerman Oct. 1965 NINA SIMONE Pastel Blues USA Blues African American traditional spiritual song
Turn! Turn! Turn! Oct. 1965 THE BYRDS Turn! Turn! Turn! USA POP Originally released in 1962 by The Limeliters. The lyrics are adapted from the third chapter of the Bible
The Carnival Is Over Nov. 1965 THE SEEKERS The Carnival Is Over Australia Folk music Based on a 1883 russian folk song
La Bohême Dec. 1965 CHARLES AZNAVOUR Monsieur Carnaval France Various Originally intended to be sung by Georges Guétary, Charles Aznavour recorded this masterpiece before the operetta Monsieur Carnaval ...
Drive My Car Dec. 1965 THE BEATLES Rubber Soul England ROCK Written by McCartney, with the participation of Lennon

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