Name The Artist — Sixties

10 years 4 months ago #99 by Gra­ham Woods
The Byrds



Rainy Day Women No’s 12 & 35

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10 years 4 months ago #100 by ned1976
Bob Dylan. (Glad there’s some fel­low old furts lurk­ing.)

Sky Pilot

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10 years 4 months ago #101 by Gra­ham Woods
Eric Bur­don


Walk Away Renee (orig­i­nal version)

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10 years 4 months ago #108 by ned1976
The Four Tops?

The Loved One

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10 years 4 months ago #112 by Ross Shar­land
The Loved Ones

Every Day I Have to Cry Some

(I know every­man and his dog recorded that dur­ing the six­ties — but I want the Perth group and, for good mea­sure, its lead singer, who became more famous in 70’s & 80’s)

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10 years 4 months ago #115 by Gra­ham Woods
The Valen­tines


Had two lead singers as I recall Bon Scott and Vince Love­grove. Liked (at the time) their fol­low up sin­gle “She Said”.
Saw them many times when work­ing part time at “Pinicchio’s” in late 60’s early 70’s.


Sorry Doug!! Re-​visiting “Walk Away Renee”. Asked for orig­i­nal ver­sion!! Your right the Four Tops also had a hit ver­sion. The orig­i­nal (not long before the Four Tops) was also a hit.

Regards
Gra­ham

PS. The above admis­sions ( re Pinocchio’s) def­i­nitely proves Dougs asser­tion this is an old furts thread.

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