Rock and Roll January 15

@RasmaSandra (20338)
Daytona Beach, Florida
January 14, 2017 3:53pm CST
1965 – The Who release their first single “I Can’t Explain”. 1966 – The Rolling Stones album “December’s Children” goes Gold. That same year The Beach Boys get on the charts with “Barbara Ann”. Also the same year Petula Clark comes out with her second number one hit “My Love”. 1972 – “Sunshine” by Jonathan Edwards went on to receive a Gold record for one million sales. Only problem is that I cannot remember this song so to remind myself and you I have included it here. That same year “American Pie” by Don McLean rises to number one. 1977 – Leo Sayer has a number one hit with “You Make Me Feel Like Dancing”.
This is an anti-war song written by Jonathan Edwards. Sunshine was written in 1971 during the last years of the Vietnam War as a protest song. The conflict i...
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@JohnRoberts (64965)
• Los Angeles, California
15 Jan 17
The Who, Stones and Beach Boys. The Beatles and Elvis feel left out.
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@Deepizzaguy (15491)
• Lake Charles, Louisiana
15 Jan 17
Too bad the sports station play that gruesome music instead of the music from the rock and roll era as their bumper music.
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@JudyEv (136783)
• Bunbury, Australia
15 Jan 17
I only know a couple of these as for a while we could only get the ABC here but no commercial stations.
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