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Transistor Memories 1963
Music from 1963
"1963 was an interesting chapter in U.S. music history. As you will see, almost any genre of music could find its way to the top 40 back then. So here's another bunch of Top 40 hits from that dusty carton in my basement."
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"Washington Square" by the Village______ went all the way to #2. Complete the name of this Greenwich, New York group.
Two songs hit #1 during 1963 that had something in common that was quite unusual. What was the common bond?
One was the Instrumental version of the other
Neither was sung in English
Same song dropped off, then came back
Same song, different artists
Bobby Vinton had two back-to-back Top 10 hits in 1963. What did they have in common?
A girl's name
The word "Heart"
"Louie Louie" was one of the most controversial records of all time. Everybody remembers the song, but do you remember the name of the group?
"Memphis" was a big 1963 hit for what artist?
Doris Troy hit the charts with what love song?
Just One Love
Just One Kiss
Just One Look
Just One Hug
This Mongo Santamaria instrumental was about a certain kind of "man". What was that descriptive word?
(One Word (Type Of Fruit))
Skeeter Davis gave us a great country ballad entitled "The End of ______". Finish the title.
"Two Faces Have I" was a #6 hit for what singer/songwriter?
Finishing off 1963 is this folk trio that made it big with "Walk Right In".
(Three Words (With "The))
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Compiled Jun 28 12