This month In ’60s Throwback’ (strictly UK) 11/12

The Kinks, Them, The Rolling Stones, Manfred Mann, John Mayall, The Bluesbreakers, The Beatles, Petula Clark, Cream, David Bowie, Pink Floyd, The Moody Blues, Colosseum

They are the ” ’60s Throwback’ (strictly UK)” performers selected among the 1351 Posts we publish this month.

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!


1 . The Kinks – Picture Book

Lifted from : The Kinks release their sixth album : ‘The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society’ (1968)

2 . Them – Baby, Please Don’t Go

Lifted from : On English TV today, Marvin Gaye, Everly Brothers, Rolling Stones et al at “˜Ready Steady Go” (1964)

3 . The Rolling Stones – Good Times

Lifted from : On TV today, the Rolling Stones et al at ‘Shindig!’ (1965)

4 . Manfred Mann – Semi-Detached Suburban Mr. James

Lifted from : On British TV today, Manfred Mann at ‘Top Of The Pops’ (1966)

5 . John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers – Walking On Sunset

Lifted from : Happy Birthday John Mayall. ‘More Room To Move’

6 . The Beatles – Money (That’s What I Want)

Lifted from : Parlophone publish ‘With the Beatles,’ their second album featuring ‘All My Loving’ ‘I Wanna Be Your Man’ and ‘Money (That’s What I Want)’ (1963)

7 . Petula Clark – Downtown

Lifted from : Tina, Petula, Ray et al tape ‘The Big T.N.T. Show’ (1965)

8 . Cream – World Of Pain

Lifted from : Cream release their second album : ‘Disraeli Gears’ featuring ‘Strange Brew’ and ‘Sunshine of Your Love’ (1967)

9 . David Bowie – Space Oddity

Lifted from : Philips / Mercury publish ‘David Bowie,’ his eponymous second album featuring ‘Space Oddity’ (1969)

10 . Pink Floyd – Apples And Oranges

Lifted from : On TV today, Pink Floyd at ‘American Bandstand’ (1967)

11 . The Moody Blues – Nights In White Satin

Lifted from : The Moody Blues release their second album : ‘Days of Future Passed’ featuring ‘Nights In White Satin’ (1967)

12 . Colosseum – The Valentyne Suite

Lifted from : Vertigo Records publish Colosseum’s second album : ‘Valentyne Suite’ (1969)


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