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Top 21 of 1966 - #10

#10 – Los Bravos– “Black is Black” – (1966)

Los Bravos were actually from Madrid, Spain, and they released this awesome psychedelic-twinged rock record in 1966. 29 more words

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Top 21 of 1966 - #11

#11 – Lou Christie – “Lightnin’ Strikes” – (1965)

Released right at the end of 1965, “Lightnin’ Strikes” combines girl group-style backing vocals with his own high pitched wailing. 25 more words

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Top 21 of 1966 - #12

#12 – Fontella Bass – “Rescue Me” – (1966)

Remarkably, this huge memorable hit never made it to #1 on the Hot 100, it peaked at #4. 34 more words

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Top 21 of 1966 - #13

#13 – The Righteous Brothers – “(Your My) Soul and Inspiration” – (1966)

Damn could these guys sing. I’m not sure there’s a better track to hear these two belt out lyrics than this one. 27 more words

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Top 21 of 1966 - #14

#14 – The Vogues – “Five O’Clock World” – (1966)

Also known as one of the theme songs to The Drew Carey Show this awesome hit is from the Pittsburgh-based vocal group The Vogues. 58 more words

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Top 21 of 1966 - #15

#15 – Donovan – “Sunshine Superman” – (1966)

This is one of the most psychedelic songs that ever made a real dent on the charts. In fact, it was a #1 hit and is considered one of the first examples of psychedelia – and if you listen to it, it’ll smack you in the face. 18 more words

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Top 21 of 1966 - #16

#16 – The Supremes– “You Can’t Hurry Love” – (1966)

Famously (and successfully) covered by Phil Collins, this #1 hit from the Supremes is among their best (and most upbeat) songs. 21 more words

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