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Listen to every song to be a #1 hit in America in the 1960s.
The Rolling Stones,
Listen to all of the jazz, soul and blues music featured in David Simon's HBO series, 'Treme.'
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band,
Nat King Cole,
Acclaimed film director and noted music enthusiast Danny Boyle directed the opening ceremonies for the 2012 Olympic Games in London. A celebration of British culture through music, these are the songs he chose to soundtrack the event.
Sally may be sneaking cigarettes, booze, and boys into her dorm room, but her heart still belongs to the sweet and innocent hits of Top 40 AM radio.
Simon & Garfunkel,
The Mamas & The Papas,
The Box Tops
Every year when Mardi Gras rolls around, New Orleans hosts the biggest blowout in America. Whether you're part of the street parade or just wish you were, get in the groove with these New Orleans jazz, funk, r&b, and zydeco tunes.
The Wild Magnolias,
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
Whether you're in love, excited for a big breakfast, or just happy to be alive, you woke up with a smile on your face and plan on keeping it. Let these classic, feel-good soul and pop/rock songs soundtrack your morning routine.
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles,
The Beach Boys,
From the end of the '50s to the start of the '60s, the kids kicked off their shoes and started shaking all over the place. These were the sounds they moved to, back in the days when doo wop and R&B were just another way of saying "rock & roll."
Listen to songs featured on Matthew Weiner's hit AMC drama, 'Mad Men.'
The Andrews Sisters,
From Bing and Burl to Mariah and Madonna, these are all the biggest Christmas hits ever recorded. Listen to these favorites of Christmas past for a giant dose of holiday nostalgia.
The Beach Boys,