50’s, 60’s 70’s Greatest Hits Golden Oldies – 50’s, 60’s 70’s Best Songs Oldies but Goodies

50’s, 60’s & 70’s Greatest Hits Golden Oldies – 50’s, 60’s & 70’s Best Songs Oldies but Goodies

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  1. Ouvindo em em 22/03/21 as 18:33 no Centro Oeste Mineiro Região do Progresso, aço , jeans , calçado , Grãos , leite terra de Rodeios e muita Chuva grandes Barragem e Rios Fluentes.. Universidade Federal e estadual e Particulares

  2. Maravillosa música, no la disfruté en la plena vigencia de estos excelentes grupos y solistas pero mis hermanos mayores las escuchaban y yo crecí con estas bellas melodías del inigualable e incomparable SOFT ROCK. Un abrazo para tí Alfonsina, las palabras ya están sobrando ….

  3. Literally 1% of people who are reading … May your parents live more than 100 years in good health

  4. Politicians make enemies out of friends,I love music but I hate the church,Marek from Warszawa.

  5. born in the midst of ww2 and grew up in austerity U K just as the greatest groups in the world burst on to the scene THE BEATLES, THE STONES dominated the world of popular music

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  7. Does anyone have a full list of all the songs ? Looking for the artist and the name of the song in the 1 hour and 4 minutes mark.

  8. What makes me sad is to see those of the old artists who are still alive trying to make some sort of a comeback in our modern age. They are old and wrinkled and totally past it. Sort of spoils their “Oldies” image.
    Nana Mouskouri is one of the rare ones who still retains some of her younger looks and can still really sing. She is 80 something now.
    Although it’s unfortunate for them, singers like Elvis, Buddy Holly, Marilyn Monroe, Ritchie Valens, Bob Marley, Hank Williams, Jimi Hendrix, Cass Elliot, Karen Carpenter, Eva Cassidy, John Lennon, John Denver, just to name a few, have all left youthful memories behind.

  9. Born in 1951 and I remember though forgot the year how we had dancing parties taking turns in the different houses of friends and how different everything was.
    I have pretty much of my parents generation values but we are the spark of the 60’s: the post WWII baby boomers The generation that rebelled not only against the Vietnam war which was the big issue of the 69’s & 70′ when things and kids went haywire.
    I remember going to the big anti Vietnam war hitchhiking from Dayton, Ohio to protest in Washington D.C.
    Crazy times but with visible and palpable values in society which have eroded in the last 60 years.
    The XX’th Century was the century of 2 World wars and 100’s or 1000’s of smaller conflicts and the beginning of the “Matrix” we are all caught in.

  10. Yes, life was so back then. No need to wear a mask to order cheesy, greasy burger and fries. I do miss my Big Boys in Glendale, CA. Heaven was the drive-ins with car service on an aluminum tray.

  11. The music we grew up with changed the world. The older I get (65) the louder I sing! JOY TO ALL!

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