4 comments on “More Memes- Musical Meme

  1. Since I don’t know how to write in HTML, the songs I like from 1968 are: 1,4,9,28,47,62,82,89,90,93 & 95. I probably like a few more if I could come up with the song in my head. I tried to come up with my favorite, but it required too much thinking 🙂 and I don’t like to play favorites.

    1. Hey Jude, The Beatles
    2. Honey, Bobby Goldsboro
    3. Love Is Blue, Paul Mauriat
    4. (Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay, Otis Redding
    5. People Got To Be Free, Rascals
    6. Sunshine Of Your Love, Cream
    7. This Guy’s In Love With You, Herb Alpert
    8. Stoned Soul Picnic, Fifth Dimension
    9. Mrs. Robinson, Simon and Garfunkel
    10. Tighten Up, Archie Bell and The Drells
    11. The Good, The Bad And The Ugly, Hugo Montenegro
    12. Little Green Apples, O.C. Smith
    13. Mony, Mony, Tommy James and The Shondells
    14. Hello, I Love You, The Doors
    15. Young Girl, Gary Puckett and The Union Gap
    16. Cry Like A Baby, Box Tops
    17. Harper Valley P.T.A., Jeannie C. Riley
    18. Grazing In The Grass, Hugh Masekela
    19. Midnight Confessions, The Grass Roots
    20. Dance To The Music, Sly and The Family Stone
    21. The Horse, Cliff Nobles and Co.
    22. I Wish It Would Rain, Temptations
    23. La-La Means I Love You, Delfonics
    24. Turn Around, Look At Me, Vogues
    25. Judy In Disguise (With Glasses), John Fred and His Playboy Band
    26. Spooky, Classics IV
    27. Love Child, Diana Ross and The Supremes
    28. Angel Of The Morning, Merrilee Rush
    29. The Ballad Of Bonnie And Clyde, Georgie Fame
    30. Those Were The Days, Mary Hopkin
    31. Born To Be Wild, Steppenwolf
    32. Cowboys To Girls, Intruders
    33. Simon Says, 1910 Fruitgum Company
    34. Lady Willpower, Gary Puckett and The Union Gap
    35. A Beautiful Morning, Rascals
    36. The Look Of Love, Sergio Mendes and Brasil ’66
    37. Hold Me Tight, Johnny Nash
    38. Yummy, Yummy, Yummy, Ohio Express
    39. Fire , Crazy World Of Arthur Brown
    40. Love Is All Around, Troggs
    41. Playboy, Gene and Debbe
    42. (Theme From) Valley Of The Dolls, Dionne Warwick
    43. Classical Gas, Mason Williams
    44. Slip Away, Clarence Carter
    45. Girl Watcher, O’Kaysions
    46. (Sweet Sweet Baby) Since You’ve Been Gone, Aretha Franklin
    47. Green Tambourine, Lemon Pipers
    48. 1, 2, 3, Red Light, 1910 Fruitgum Company
    49. Reach Out Of The Darkness, Friend and Lover
    50. Jumpin’ Jack Flash, The Rolling Stones
    51. MacArthur Park, Richard Harris
    52. Light My Fire, Jose Feliciano
    53. I Love You, People
    54. Take Time To Know Her, Percy Sledge
    55. Pictures Of Matchstick Men, Status Quo
    56. Summertime Blues, Blue Cheer
    57. Ain’t Nothing Like The Real Thing, Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
    58. I Got The Feelin’, James Brown and The Famous Flames
    59. I’ve Gotta Get A Message To You, Bee Gees
    60. Lady Madonna, The Beatles
    61. Hurdy Gurdy Man, Donovan
    62. Magic Carpet Ride, Steppenwolf
    63. Bottle Of Wine, Fireballs
    64. Stay In My Corner, Dells
    65. Soul Serenade, Willie Mitchell
    66. Delilah, Tom Jones
    67. Nobody But Me, Human Beinz
    68. I Thank You, Sam and Dave
    69. The Fool On The Hill, Sergio Mendes and Brasil ’66
    70. Sky Pilot, Eric Burdon and The Animals
    71. Indian Lake, The Cowsills
    72. I Wonder What She’s Doing Tonight, Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart
    73. Over You, Gary Puckett and The Union Gap
    74. Goin’ Out Of My Head / Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, The Lettermen
    75. Shoo-Bee-Doo-Be-Doo-Da-Day, Stevie Wonder
    76. The Unicorn, The Irish Rovers
    77. (You Keep Me) Hangin’ On, Vanilla Fudge
    78. Revolution, The Beatles
    79. Woman, Woman, Gary Puckett and The Union Gap
    80. Elenore, Turtles
    81. Sweet Inspiration, Sweet Inspirations
    82. The Mighty Quinn, Manfred Mann
    83. Baby, Now That I’ve Found You, Foundations
    84. White Room, Cream
    85. If You Can Want, Smokey Robinson and The Miracles
    86. Cab Driver, The Mills Brothers
    87. Time Has Come Today, The Chambers Brothers
    88. Do You Know The Way To San Jose, Dionne Warwick
    89. Scarborough Fair / Canticle, Simon and Garfunkel
    90. Think, Aretha Franklin
    91. You’re All I Need To Get By, Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
    92. Here Comes The Judge, Shorty Long
    93. I Say A Little Prayer, Aretha Franklin
    94. Say It Loud, I’m Black And I’m Proud
    95. Sealed With A Kiss, Gary Lewis and The Playboys
    96. Piece Of My Heart, Big Brother and The Holding Company
    97. Suzie Q., Creedence Clearwater Revival
    98. Bend Me Shape, American Breed
    99. Hey, Western Union Man, Jerry Butler
    100. Never Give You Up, Jerry Butler


  2. 1968 – A fine year for pop. What great choices, what a great list. Cream. Simon & Garfunkel. The Temptations. Credence. Aretha. Stevie Wonder. Jose Feliciano.

    Wow. Too much to choose from.

    And then there’s “La-La Means I Love You, Delfonics”.



  3. I’m too lazy to use HTML. I’ve *’d mine instead!

    1. The Way We Were, Barbra Streisand
    2. Seasons In The Sun, Terry Jacks*
    3. Love’s Theme, Love Unlimited Orchestra
    4. Come And Get Your Love, Redbone
    5. Dancing Machine, Jackson 5
    6. The Loco-Motion, Grand Funk Railroad
    7. TSOP, MFSB
    8. The Streak, Ray Stevens
    9. Bennie And The Jets, Elton John*
    10. One Hell Of A Woman, Mac Davis
    11. Until You Come Back To Me (That’s What I’m Gonna Do), Aretha Franklin
    12. Jungle Boogie, Kool and The Gang*
    13. Midnight At The Oasis, Maria Muldaur
    14. You Make Me Feel Brand New, Stylistics
    15. Show And Tell, Al Wilson
    16. Spiders And Snakes, Jim Stafford
    17. Rock On, David Essex
    18. Sunshine On My Shoulder, John Denver
    19. Sideshow, Blue Magic
    20. Hooked On A Feeling, Blue Swede*
    21. Billy Don’t Be A Hero, Bo Donaldson and The Heywoods*
    22. Band On The Run, Paul McCartney and Wings*
    23. The Most Beautiful Girl, Charlie Rich
    24. Time In A Bottle, Jim Croce
    25. Annie’s Song, John Denver
    26. Let Me Be There, Olivia Newton-John
    27. Sundown, Gordon Lightfoot*
    28. (You’re) Having My Baby, Paul Anka
    29. Rock Me Gently, Andy Kim
    30. Boogie Down, Eddie Kendricks
    31. You’re Sixteen, Ringo Starr
    32. If You Love Me (Let Me Know), Olivia Newton-John
    33. Dark Lady, Cher
    34. Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me, Gladys Knight and The Pips
    35. Feel Like Makin’ Love, Roberta Flack
    36. Just Dont Want To Be Lonely, Main Ingredient
    37. Nothing From Nothing, Billy Preston
    38. Rock Your Baby, George McCrae
    39. Top Of The World, Carpenters
    40. The Joker, Steve Miller Band*
    41. I’ve Got To Use My Imagination, Gladys Knight and The Pips
    42. The Show Must Go On, Three Dog Night
    43. Rock The Boat, Hues Corporation
    44. Smokin’ In The Boys Room, Brownsville Station
    45. Living For The City, Stevie Wonder*
    46. The Night Chicago Died, Paper Lace
    47. Then Came You, Dionne Warwick and The Spinners
    48. The Entertainer, Marvin Hamlisch
    49. Waterloo, Abba*
    50. The Air That I Breathe, Hollies
    51. Rikki Don’t Lose That Number, Steely Dan
    52. Mockingbird, Carly Simon
    53. Help Me, Joni Mitchell
    54. You Won’t See Me, Anne Murray
    55. Never, Never Gonna Give You Up, Barry White
    56. Tell Me Something Good, Rufus
    57. You And Me Against The World, Helen Reddy
    58. Rock And Roll Heaven, Righteous Brothers
    59. Hollywood Swinging, Kool and The Gang
    60. Be Thankful For What You Got, William Devaughn
    61. Hang On In There Baby, Johnny Bristol
    62. Eres Tu (Touch The Wind), Mocedades
    63. Taking Care Of Business, Bachman-Turner Overdrive
    64. Radar Love, Golden Earring*
    65. Please Come To Boston, Dave Loggins
    66. Keep On Smilin’, Wet Willie
    67. Lookin’ For Love, Bobby Womack
    68. Put Your Hands Together, O’Jays
    69. On And On, Gladys Knight and The Pips
    70. Oh Very Young, Cat Stevens*
    71. Leave Me Alone (Ruby Red Dress), Helen Reddy
    72. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Elton John*
    73. I’ve Been Searchin’ So Long, Chicago
    74. Oh My My, Ringo Starr
    75. For The Love Of Money, O’Jays
    76. I Shot The Sherrif, Eric Clapton
    77. Jet, Paul McCartney and Wings
    78. Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me, Elton John
    79. Tubular Bells, Mike Oldfield
    80. Love Song, Anne Murray
    81. I’m Leaving It All Up To You, Donny and Marie Osmond
    82. Hello, It’s Me, Todd Rundgren
    83. I Love, Tom T. Hall
    84. Clap For The Wolfman, The Guess Who
    85. I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song, Jim Croce
    85. The Lord’s Prayer, Sister Janet Mead
    87. Trying To Hold On To My Woman, Lamont Dozier
    88. Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing, Stevie Wonder
    89. A Very Special Love Song, Charlie Rich
    90. My Girl Bill, Jim Stafford
    91. My Mistake Was To Love You, Diana Ross and Marvin Gaye
    91. Helen Wheels, Paul McCartney and Wings
    93. Wildwood Weed, Jim Stafford
    94. Beach Baby, First Class
    95. Me And Baby Brother, War
    96. Rockin’ Roll Baby, Stylistics
    97. I Honestly Love You, Olivia Newton-John
    98. Call On Me, Chicago
    99. Wild Thing, Fancy
    100. Mighty Love, Pt. 1, Spinners


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