This is 60's Pop! Yeah Yeah!

Artist Song Buy
the San Francisco Seals  S.F. Sorrow  buy on itunes
Fuzzy  Girl Don't Tell Me  buy on itunes
the Original Sins  Dizzy  buy on itunes
the Pop Art Toasters  I Won't Hurt You  buy on itunes
Optigonally Yours  Wichita Lineman  buy on itunes
Michael Hurley  Goldfinger (live on WFMU)  buy on itunes
American Music Club  California Dreaming  buy on itunes
Yo La Tengo  Farmer's Daughter  buy on itunes
Robert Wyatt  I'm a Believer  buy on itunes
Superchunk  Train from Kansas City  buy on itunes
the Television Personalities  Making Time  buy on itunes
Glass Eye  Cecilia  buy on itunes
the Specialists  Groovin'  buy on itunes
the Feelies  What Goes On  buy on itunes
Zumpano  Rosencrantz Boulevard  buy on itunes
Linda Smith  Do You Know the Way to San Jose?  buy on itunes
the Langley School of Music  I Get Around  buy on itunes
Cobra Verde  Never My Love  buy on itunes
the dB's  Live for Today  buy on itunes
the Lucky Bishops  Time of the Season  buy on itunes
Robyn Hitchcock  Eight Miles High  buy on itunes
the Gibson Brothers  Let's Get Together  buy on itunes
the Residents  Satisfaction  buy on itunes
Dump  Everlasting Love  buy on itunes


Not much to say but the obvious: great 60's pop songs covered (reverentially or not) by 80's and 90's artists.


Sean Lally
Date: 7/28/2002
You've collected some really great covers here! I'm especially partial to the TV P's song - only they would put TWO Creation songs on one record. Also wonderful are picks by Zumpano, the Residents (well, I like it), Feelies, among others. Let me know if you'd like to trade for this. I'm a sucker for 60s pop, etc., as I'm sure my mixes betray. Swell job.
Date: 7/28/2002
All good stuff here James! I'm with Sean, the Feelies, dB's,and Hitchcock....
Date: 7/28/2002
One of the better cover mixes I've seen on this site. Never knew that Zumpano song was a cover. Who did it originally? (Got your e-mail BTW--Will reply later today.)
Date: 7/28/2002
"Rosencrans Boulevard" (yep, I mispelled the title) was originally recorded by Johnny Rivers (of "Mountain of Love" and "Secret Agent Man" fame) on his 1967 album -Rewind-. It took me a long time to figure that out. I knew it had to be a cover, since Jimmy Webb is credited as the songwriter. Webb did the arrangements on that record, too.
Date: 7/28/2002
not to be all self-promotional, but if'n you like linda smith and opiganally yours, you should go to my website to hear their thoughts about 60's (and 70's and 80's and 90's) pop. television personalities were also a good choice.
Date: 7/28/2002
Very good mix. Great fun. My only qualm is with the inclusion of the Langley kids, since the recordings used on "Innocence & Despair" were made in 1976 and '77. But it's only really been made readilly available recently, so it's not really too out of place here. Great mix.
Date: 7/28/2002
this looks really great.
Date: 7/29/2002
Yeah, I goofed a bit with that track and the Resident's cover, which came out in 1975 (it predates Devo's version). The Television Personalities just squeaks in (1981).

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