Content tagged '60s'
This premium boxed set includes all three albums released by the band in their three years together between 1966-1968. The music is newly remastered from the original analog tapes, all under the auspices of Neil Young.
The Monkees - Headquarters (Product)
The Monkees' third album Headquarters - and third consecutive LP to hit #1 - was originally released in May 1967 and featured production by Chip Douglas, allowing the band greater creative control. Introduced stand-outs including the Top 40 Michael Nesmith-penned hit "The Girl I Knew Somewhere," "You Just May Be The One," and "Randy Scouse Git." Plus, Peter Tork's "For Pete's Sake," later used as The Monkees TV show's closing theme. It has been certified platinum.
The Drifters - Definitive Soul (Product)
This 2-disc, 30-song collection shows off the Drifters' agile harmonies and impeccable song sensibilities that bridged '50s R&B and '60s soul and epitomized the vocal group essence of the Brill Building era with a sound that was both streetwise and as sweet as soul music gets.
Contains an excellent sampling of the group's pop classics from 1959 to 1964, showcasing their smooth harmonies aided by ace Brill Building songwriting!