The most comprehensive Bubblegum Hits collection ever, featuring tracks by The Sweet, The Archies, Ohio Express, The Monkees, The Banana Splits, Bobby Sherman, the original Josie and the Pussycats, Tommy James & The Shondells and many, many more!
Ah, summer! Surf and sun, love and fun, happiness and heartbreak. Whether dancin’ or romancin’, no other season seems to inspire so many pop music memories. With 25 All-Time Summer Songs, we have assembled the ultimate collection of summer singles that ruled AM radio, in the 50s, 60s and 70s.
While there are multi-CD sets available of novelty hits, we’ve taken all of the filler out of currently available packages and have included 25 of the most sought after novelty hits on a single CD collection available at a great price. This compilation contains many sought after novelty hits on CD for the first time, including “Got A Match” by The Daddy-O’s “Yogi” by The Ivy Three and “Juanita Banana” by The Peels.
Up and down the Atlantic Coast from Virginia to Florida, when you hear someone refer to beach music, they’re not referring to Jan & Dean or The Beach Boys. There in the land of the dance known as The Shag, swinging R&B and buoyant soul are what they merrily groove to, and the 25 timeless classics comprising this anthology have reigned as genuine beach music favorites for decades.
Unlike previous British Invasion compilations, this collection contains hits not found anywhere else, including “Tossing & Turning” by The Ivy League, “It’s Good News Week” by Hedgehoppers Anonymous, “Out Of Time” by Chris Farlow and “Let The Heartaches Begin” by Long John Baldry. This package also includes what is considered to be the first British Invasion act, The Tornadoes, whose song “Telstar” hit #1 on both shores in 1962.
The Rock ‘n’ Roll instrumental has been popular from the earliest day of rock. Not only did the format emphasize different instruments such as guitar, drums, bongos, organ, piano and saxophone, but also different musical styles, such the raw guitar-sax sound of The Champs’ “Tequila,” the drum laden sound of Sandy Nelson’s “Teen Beat,” the bongos of Preston Epps’ “Bongo Rock,” Duane Eddy’s trademark twangy guitar on “Rebel Rouser,” or the organ-driven sound of Bill Doggett’s “Honky Tonk” among others — all featured in this collection.
Andy Williams, 25 All-Time Greatest Hits 1956-1961 is the most comprehensive single disc collection of his Cadence years and features many of the biggest hits of his career, including his all-time chart topper “Butterfly.” This collection includes four of his biggest chart hits ever, "Butterfly," "Are You Sincere," "Lonely Street," and "Canadian Sunset."
This is the first Argent hits collection since the eight-track 1976 Anthology: The Best of Argent, and is the only one to exclusively feature the single mixes of their hits along with popular album tracks.
Features the top five smash “Hold Your Head Up,” as well as Argent’s versions of “Liar” and “God Gave Rock ‘N’ Roll to You.”
This is the only best of collection available by Arthur Lyman and includes many of his most popular songs culled from the more than 35 albums he recorded in his career. The release features his top five hit “Yellow Bird” a melody from the Caribbean, that became the biggest single of his career.
B.J. Thomas Greatest Hits Volume 1 is a package that chronicles the evolution of an artist whose rich body of work has garnered five Grammys, two Dove awards, two platinum and 11 gold records. The auspicious beginnings on this collection are the foundation of his musical journey, one that has touched pop, country, gospel and adult contemporary audiences all over the world
These recordings by Bettye LaVette were produced by famed record Producer Lelan Rogers in Memphis over several months in the late ’60s, and have now, for the first time, been assembled into one comprehensive collection.
For many music historians, rock and roll was officially born on April 12, 1954, when Bill Haley & His Comets cut their immortal “(We’re Gonna) Rock Around The Clock” for Decca Records. But three years before that, Haley and his band had already broken new ground with the singles of “Rocket 88,” “Rock the Joint,” and “Crazy, Man, Crazy” blending country with rhythm and blues to create a groundbreaking hybrid that changed the face of pop music forever.
At This Moment is a compilation of previously unavailable live and studio performances, including songs from motion pictures and television that have been requested for many years by Billy Vera's fans. Includes the studio version of his #1 hit "At This Moment."
This swingin' collection features standards Bobby Darin recorded for Atlantic Records in the late '60s. This CD includes "Don’t Rain On My Parade," "The Shadow Of Your Smile," "It’s Only A Paper Moon," "Lover Come Back To Me," "Try To Remember, " "I Will Wait For You," and Bobby’s Top five hit "Mame." OUT OF PRINT AND NO LONGER AVAILABLE
This collection features the hits Bobby recorded for Atlantic and Direction Records in the late '60s including "If I Were A Carpenter," "The Girl That Stood Beside Me," "Don’t Make Promises" and "The Lady Came From Baltimore."
This is the first comprehensive Bobby Sherman greatest hits collection available on CD. The collection features the top 5 smash hits “Little Woman” “La La La (If I Had You)” and “Julie, Do Ya Love Me?” and the themes to his two hit TV shows, “Seattle” (from Here Come The Brides) and “Getting Together” (from Getting Together). Many tracks are available on CD for the first time anywhere. The booklet features a detailed interview with Bobby Sherman as well as photos from his private collection
The most comprehensive Bobby Vinton hits collection ever, featuring most every major chart hit he recorded between 1962 and 1972, including “Roses Are Red,” “There! I’ve Said It Again,” “Blue Velvet,” and Mr. Lonely.” The liner notes in the CD booklet features an excellent career retrospective.