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Let It Be Me

“Let It Be Me” was originally published in French in 1955 as “Je t’appartiens” (I Belong to You). It became popular worldwide in 1960 with an English version by The Everly Brothers and again in 1964 with the duet by Betty Everett and Jerry Butler. 41 more words


California Dreamin'

“California Dreamin” was the first big hit of the Mamas and Papas. Written by John and Michelle Phillips, it was first recorded by Barry McGuire. However, the Mamas and Papas version, released in December of 1965 became the big hit. 27 more words


Some Are Lonely

“Some Are Lonely” was originally a track on the Shadows 1962 album “Out of the Shadows”. The songwriter was Cliff Richard — the popular British singer the Shadows backed up for many years. 16 more words


Don't Stop Now

“Don’t Stop Now” is a track from the Shadows 1966 release, “Shadow Music”, their 5th album. Songwriting credit goes to their drummer, Brian Bennett. It’s actually a pretty hokey number, especially when one considers that 1966 is the year the Beatles’ “Revolver” was released.


Tomorrow's Love

“Tomorrow’s Love” is one of the “filler” tracks on the Ventures 1965 album “The Ventures Knock Me Out”, which primarily features hits of the day such as “I Feel FIne”, “Love Potion Number 9”, and “Oh Pretty Woman”. 57 more words


The Wild Roses

“The Wild Roses” is a track from the Shadows 1967 album “From Hank, Bruce, Brian and John”. It is a very pleasant tune credited to S. 42 more words


Shalom Chaverim

“Shalom Chaverim” is not, specifically, a Hanukkah song. However, it is apparently often heard at this time of the year. It’s a beautiful, traditional Hebrew folk song. 42 more words