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Can you name the top hits in the sixties. Here's a start:

The Rolling Stones - Satisfaction

The Troggs - Wild Thing

Beatles - Get Back, Help, Yellow Submarine. Taxman

Donavan - Hurdy Gurdy Man

Kinks - You Really Got Me

Jimmy Hendrix - All Along the WatchTower

Creedence Clear Water - Fortunate son

Animals - House of the Rising Sun

Cream - Sunshine of Your Love

Jeffferson Airpland - White Rabbit (Live at Woodstock)

Bob Dylan - Like A Rolling Stone

The Doors - Light My Fire

Simon and Garfunkle - Sounds of Silence

Steppenwolf - Born to Be Wild

The Byrds - Mr. Tambourine Man

Martha and the Vandellas - Dancing in the Streets

The Lovin' Spoonful - Summer in the City

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I'll add a couple:

The Band - The Weight

Billy Joe Royal - Down in the Boondocks

Roy Orbison - Only the Lonely

Elvis - Are you lonesome tonight?

Dion - Runaround Sue

Del Shannon - Runaway

Marcels - Blue Moon

Gene Chandler - Duke of Earl

Beach Boys - I get around

Stones - Paint it Black

Sonny & Cher - I got you babe (snicker)

Beatles - Hey Jude

Simon & Garfunkel - Mrs. Robinson

I'll leave it there, but guys like Johnny Cash were considered rock back then too.

edited - to remove one I inadvertently repeated

Edited by cheapprick
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