Bisera Veletanlic - Decak Taj , (SUNNY Bobby Hebb RARE Serbian cover) Yugoslavia
Dečak Taj, Ne Želim Takvu Ljubav, Sunny, Volim Ceo Svet
Track #8, Bobby Hebb's "SUNNY"
30$ on eBay
Hebb Compilation from Brasil (Brazil)
FRANKIE VALLI HAS A 2007 CD 'ROMANCING THE SIXTIES"
TIME LIFE HAS A HUGE COLLECTION BY THE SAME NAME
BOTH COLLECTIONS FEATURE BOBBY HEBB'S 'SUNNY'
- Baby I Need Your Loving - The Four Tops
- Midnight Confessions - The Grass Roots
- My Cherie Amour- Stevie Wonder
- How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You) - Marvin Gaye
- What A Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong
- My Guy - Mary Wells
- The Tracks of My Tears - The Miracles
- Sunny - Bobby Hebb
- Baby Now That I’ve Found You - The Foundations
- Sealed with a Kiss - Brian Hyland
- 1, 2, 3 - Len Barry
- Love Is All Around - The Troggs
- Wishin’ and Hopin’ - Dusty Springfield
- You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ - The Righteous Brothers
- Go Now! - The Moody Blues
- Hey Paula - Paul & Paula http://www.ebay.com/itm/Romancing-the-60s-Time-Life-10-CD-box-set-158-Songs-NEW-/281360853812?pt=Music_CDs&hash=item418269eb34 _________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Details about WCFL Chicago Top 40 Radio Music Survey 8-18-66 Beatles #19 Yellow Sub + pictures
WCFL and WLS were the legendary Top 40 stations for Chicago back in the
60's and 70's. This Radio 10 WCFL Sound 10 Survey is from 8-18-66 and has pictures of the Beatles inside along with the August 1966 Beatles US Concert Tour Schedule. #1
song was Summer In The City - Lovin' Spoonful. Jammed up at #2, Bus
Stop - The Hollies. Jumping to #3 from #14, Say I Am (What I Am) - Tommy
James & The Shondells. Jumping to #4 from #9, Sunny - Bobby Hebb.
Up to #5 from #7, I Couldn't Live Without Your Love - Petula Clark.
Dropping to #6 from #3, Lil' Red Riding Hood - Sam The Sham & The
Pharoahs. Jumping to #7 from #16, See You In September - The Happenings.
Jumping to #8 from #18, Sunshine Superman - Donovan. Slipping to #9
from #6, Wild Thing - The Troggs. Debuting at #14, Wouldn't It Be
Nice/God Only Knows - The Beach Boys. Debuting at #18, Summertime -
Billy Stewart. Debuting at #19, Yellow Submarine/Eleanor Rigby - The
Beatles. Survey is in good condition; measures 2-1/2 5-1/2 when closed.
Buyer to add $2.50 shipping at auction’s end (US addresses)
Maple Leaf Gardens Show
Duplicate poster on sale at eBay
3rd (Last) North American Tour
Maple Leaf Gardens
Tues., August 17, 1966
In the summer of 1966 the Beatles were on their third and ultimately last tour of North America. The concert held at Maple Leaf Gardens was jammed to the rafters with over 16,000 fans. The tour coincided with their just released seventh album "Revolver".
The Beatles opened the show with "Rock & Roll Music" and "She's A Woman". The balance of the set was made up of "If I Needed Someone", "Day Tripper", "Baby's In Black", "I Feel Fine", "Yesterday", "I Wanna Be Your Man" before concluding with "Nowhere Man" and "Paperback Writer".
NOTE: Although "Revolver" was released just before the Beatles' tour, they did not perform any songs from the album live. Their reasoning for this was that many of the tracks on the album were too complex to perform with live instruments.
*image created for 17/08/66
*public domain 17/08/94