Lollipop

This compilation, Lollipop, is mostly comprised of music from the 60s, with some also from the 50s and the very start of the 70s. It is kind of an uncommon slice of music from the era, with, for example, doo wop, French pop, first wave ska, and a bit of soul and calypso and African music and early rock and roll.

Click the link below to stream the compilation; the songlist follows.

1 Millie Small “My Boy Lollipop” (1964)
2 Message “Rum-Bum-a-Loo” (between1968 -1972)
3 Middle of the Road “Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep” (1972)
4 Françoise Hardy “J’suis d’accord” (1962)
5 Impact “Canadian Sunset” (between 1957-1960)
6 The Skatalites “Sucu-Sucu” (1965)
7 Serge Gainsbourg “Les Sucettes” (1969)
8 The Strangeloves “I Want Candy” (1965)
9 Gloria Jones “Tainted Love” (1964)
10 Nina Simone “Revolution (Part 1)” (1969)
11 Barbara Acklin “Am I The Same Girl” (1969)
12 The Eternals “Babalu’s Wedding Day” (between 1957-1960)
13 Ignace De Souza and the Black Santiagos “My Cherie” (1965)
14 John Holt “Ali Baba” (1969)
15 Tommy Steele “Singing The Blues” (1956)
16 Boby Lapointe “Ta Katie t’a quitté” (1964)
17 Shirley Gunter & The Queens “Oop Shoop” (between 1951-1955)
18 Kebendo Jazz “Information” (between 1965-1972)
19 John Buddy Band Williams “Saturday Night Blowout” (between 1956-1962)
20 Clancy Eecles “CN Express” (1968)
21 Chuck Berry “I Want to Be Your Driver” (1965)
22 The Tammys “Egyptian Shumba” (1964)
23 Clothilde “Saperlipopette” (1967)
24 Pleasure Seekers “What a Way to Die” (1965)
25 Wanda Jackson “Funnel Of Love” (1961)
26 Peter Tosh and the Wailers “Shame and Scandal” (1965)
27 Lord Melody “Boo Boo Man” (between 1956-1962)
28 Blossom Dearie “Long Daddy Green” (1970)
29 France Gall “Les Sucettes” (1966)
30 [bonus track]

Fall 2008

The cover is an excerpt of a painting by Frederick Hammersley

Send me a message (or complete the form on this page) for more information.

And here are a few videos with songs from the compilation:

Barbara Acklin “Am I The Same Girl”:

Peter Tosh and the Wailers “Shame and Scandal”:

Middle of the Road “Chirpy Chirpy Cheep Cheep”:

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One Response to Lollipop

  1. Morgan says:

    Wow, Middle of the Road’s some real Scots schlager, wot?

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