Tags pop, rock, folk, and a little touch of jazz
Genres classic rock, jazz, rock, british, 60s (beta)
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January 07, 2011
Have a break, a date, or both.
(drawing : "Five O' Clock Tea" by Peter Newell, 1905)
I adore this mix. I had never heard the Paul McCartney track and I am completely enchanted by it. Thanks!
This is so nice. I'm completely new to 8tracks, and this is the first mix I'm listening to... So I must say, I'm rather glad I joined. Keep up the good work :)
Dressed in French by oldfashiondream
In the 60s, a lot of French singers used to cover American and English songs, adapted into French.
french, covers, pop, rock, 60s
Strangely familiar by oldfashiondream
(photograph: "Strangely Familiar", Alicia, Ukraine, 2005, by Michal Chelbin).
rock, indie rock, folk rock, classic rock, pop rock
Indie goes dancing by oldfashiondream
Indie rock bands' offbeat way of playing a kind of dancing music vaguely inspired by disco music.
indie, indie rock, indie pop, alternative/indie, dancing?
Shut up and play by oldfashiondream
Sometimes, pop and rock artists of the sixties just stopped singing but kept on playing their instruments.
instrumental, swinging sixties, poppy-rocky-bluesy-jazzy-folky-psychy, 60s, 60's