Now Playing: 1965

I turned 10 years old in August of 1965*. I wasn’t much into popular music yet. I was far too busy with my books, but my sister turned 16 that year. Accordingly the radio was often tuned to one of Seattle’s two two most popular radio stations – KJR or KOL – so  while I may not have been actively listening, I did come to love many of the songs simply through osmosis.

King of the Road – Roger Miller

Seventh Son – Johnny Rivers

Eight Days a Week – The Beatles

Same Old Song – The Four Tops

For Your Love – The Yardbirds

I’ll Never Find Another You – The Seekers

California Girls – The Beach Boys

I Know a Place – Petula Clark

Ticket to Ride – The Beatles

Baby, I’m Yours – Barbara Lewis

Yesterday – The Beatles

Baby, Don’t Go – Sonny and Cher

Eve of Destruction – Barry McGuire

Ferry Cross the Mersey – Gerry and the Pacemakers

Can’t You Hear my Heartbeat – Herman’s Hermits (Side note: My first vinyl album purchase was Herman’s Hermits on Tour)

Unchained Melody – The Righteous Brothers

Stop! In the Name of Love – The Supremes

Tracks of My Tears – The Miracles

Keep Searchin’ (We’ll Follow the Sun) – Del Shannon

We Gotta Get Out of This Place – The Animals

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