Song and Music - 60s & 70s

Song title Release datesort descending Singer - Band Singer-Band picture Album Country Musical genre Remarks
In My Life Dec. 1965 THE BEATLES Rubber Soul England POP Written by Lennon, with Mcartney and George Martin participations; it is an autobiographical song about John Lennon's life
Michelle Dec. 1965 THE BEATLES Rubber Soul England POP Written by McCartney, with the participation of Lennon
We Can Work It Out Dec. 1965 THE BEATLES We Can Work It Out England ROCK Written by McCartney about his girlfriend at the time, Jane Asher, with the participation of Lennon
As Tears Go By Dec. 1965 THE ROLLING STONES Mick Jagger and Keith Richards in 2013 (London) December's Children (And Everybody's) United Kingdom POP One of the first original compositions by Jagger and Richards. It was released as a single by Marianne Faithfull in 1964
California Dreamin' Dec. 1965 THE MAMAS AND THE PAPAS If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears USA POP song Written in 1963 by John and Michelle Phillips while living in New York
Black is Black 1966 1966 LOS BRAVOS Black is Black Spain Beat It allowed Los Bravos to become the first Spanish rock band to have an international hit single
Les neiges du Kilimandjaro 1966 PASCAL DANEL Les neiges du Kilimandjaro France Various
These Boots Are Made for Walkin' Feb. 1966 NANCY SINATRA Boots USA POP
When a Man Loves a Woman Feb. 1966 PERCY SLEDGE When a Man Loves a Woman USA Soul music
19th Nervous Breakdown Feb. 1966 THE ROLLING STONES 19th Nervous Breakdown United Kingdom ROCK song Lyrics written by Jagger, allegedly about his current girl friend
Monday Monday Mar. 1966 THE MAMAS AND THE PAPAS If You Can't Believe Your Eyes and Ears USA POP
Lady Jane Apr. 1966 THE ROLLING STONES Aftermath United Kingdom Folk ROCK Written by Mick Jagger, after his break with Jane Ormsby -Gore
Mother's Little Helper Apr. 1966 THE ROLLING STONES Aftermath England ROCK It is about a housewife who abuses prescription drugs all day long
Under My Thumb Apr. 1966 THE ROLLING STONES Aftermath England ROCK song The marimba riffs , played by Brian Jones, really create a very special atmosphere ...
Strangers in the Night May 1966 FRANK SINATRA Strangers in the Night USA POP Originally written by Ivo Robic, Bert Kaempfert rewrote it for the soundtrack of the movie "A Man Could Get Killed"
Paint It Black May 1966 THE ROLLING STONES Bill Wyman in 1975 (Chicago) Aftermath (US) England ROCK It seems to talk about a depressed person wanting everything to turn black
Summer in the City Jul. 1966 THE LOVIN' SPOONFUL Hums of the Lovin' Spoonful USA ROCK
No Milk Today Sept. 1966 HERMAN'S HERMITS There's a Kind of Hush All Over the World England POP
Gimme Some Lovin' Oct. 1966 THE SPENCER DAVIS GROUP Gimme Some Lovin' England ROCK It was conceived and arranged in just half an hour, as the Band were put under pressure by their manager to come up with another hit!
Pandora's Golden Heebie Jeebies Nov. 1966 THE ASSOCIATION Renaissance USA POP
Friday on My Mind Nov. 1966 THE EASYBEATS Good Friday Australia ROCK Co-written by guitarist George Young (older brother of Malcolm and Angus Young from AC/DC)
I'm a Believer Nov. 1966 THE MONKEES More of the Monkees USA ROCK Written by Neil Diamond
Hey Joe Dec. 1966 THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE Are You Experienced USA ROCK Billy Roberts was the first artist to make it a success in 1962
Call My Name 1967 1967 JAMES ROYAL Call My Name England POP
Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon 1967 NEIL DIAMOND Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon USA POP Written for all those teenaged girls who would show up at Diamond's earliest tour dates
Emmenez-moi 1967 CHARLES AZNAVOUR Entre deux rêves France Various
Break On Through (To the Other Side) Jan. 1967 THE DOORS The Doors USA Proto-Punk It was the last song they played live, during the Isle of the Wight Festival in 1970
Light My Fire Jan. 1967 THE DOORS The Doors in the 60s The Doors USA ROCK
Strawberry Fields Forever Feb. 1967 THE BEATLES Strawberry Fields Forever England POP Written by John Lennon ("Strawberry Fields" was an orphanage around which he played as a child). The recording of this single song took a month
Somethin' Stupid Mar. 1967 FRANK AND NANCY SINATRA The World We Knew USA POP Written by Carson Parks and recorded for the first time in 1966 by Carson Parks and his wife Gaile Foote

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