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Positively 60's

Rating: 4.0 Reviews: 2
The Swinging 60s were defined by sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll but the decade was also a time of great political, social and technological change. Show more
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08:57 The Lovin' Spoonful Summer In the City
08:54 Glen Campbell Galveston
Positively 60's playlist

TOP songs on Positively 60's

The Monkees - A Little Bit Me, a Little Bit YouThe Monkees — A Little Bit Me, a Little Bit You
Dusty Springfield - The Look of LoveDusty Springfield — The Look of Love
Bob & Earl - Harlem ShuffleBob & Earl — Harlem Shuffle
The Rolling Stones - Let's Spend the Night TogetherThe Rolling Stones — Let's Spend the Night Together
John Barry Orchestra. - James Bond ThemeJohn Barry Orchestra — James Bond Theme
The Small Faces - My Minds EyeSmall Faces — My Mind's Eye
Traffic - Hole In My Shoe (Stereo)Traffic — Hole In My Shoe
Sam & Dave - Soul ManSam & Dave — Soul Man
Joe Brown & The Bruvvers - A Picture Of YouJoe Brown & The Bruvvers — A Picture of You
Jefferson Airplane - Somebody to LoveJefferson Airplane — Somebody to Love

Positively 60's reviews

  • 3
    I was enjoying listening to Positively 60’s on my Alexa, but now for some reason I cannot access it 😢😢
  • 5
    Top radio, please more northern soul, than *******

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Elvis was discharged from the army, there was racial tension in South Africa and the southern states of the USA. And Mandela was sent to prison. The laser was invented, the Pill arrived and so did the very first video game and Spider-Man.

The first push-button phone appeared, TV launched the instant replay for sports events, Cassius Clay became heavyweight champion of the world and Neil Armstrong walked on the Moon.

In the UK the Mersey sound took over the music scene and Pirate radio shook up the BBC.

Mary Quant, Twiggy, Jackie Kennedy, Audrey Hepburn and Bridget Bardot were style icons.

Ursula Andress came out of the ocean wearing ‘that’ bikini complete with a knife and Nancy Sinatra made white boots ‘cool’ for walking.

Velvet trouser suits and unisex T-shirts went on sale at Biba.

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