New Product Tuesday with Pop Memories of the ’60s

The musical landscape of the 1960s wasn’t all about sex, drugs and rock and roll. Radio and record racks made plenty of room for Andy Williams, Bobby Vinton, Dionne Warwick, Petula Clark, Nat King Cole, Louis Armstrong, Al Hirt, Ed Ames, Vikki Carr, The Lettermen, Shriley Bassey, and many other artists that weren’t quite ready to rock. They’re all here in this new Time-Life CD collection, Pop Memories of the ’60s. No Beatles, Stones, Cream, Hendrix, Blue Cheer, Jefferson Airplane or Led Zeppelin. Just easy listening goodness. Forget the Xanax. Just rip these discs to your iPod, slap on the earbuds and experience instant bliss.

2 thoughts on “New Product Tuesday with Pop Memories of the ’60s

  1. Hi,

    Would have been nicer if you had included the clip of the best singer of that era, or any era for that matter—Mr.Ed Ames.

    Susie C.

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