Yeh Yeh

This compilation, Yeh Yeh, is mostly comprised of music from the 60s (with an unintentionally large number of songs from 1967), with some tracks from the 50s and the 1970s. I consider it a companion to my previous compilation, Lollipop, also an uncommon slice of music from the era, although this compilation has a stronger pop emphasis.

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

1. The Free Design “Kites Are Fun” (1967)
2. Donovan “Oh Gosh” (1967)
3. The Sopwith Camel “Hello Hello” (1967)
4. The Kinks “All of My Friends Were There” (1968)
5. Grin “Just To Have You” (1972 or 1973?)
6. The Tremeloes “Here Comes My Baby” (1967)
7. The Shangri-Las “Give Him A Great Big Kiss” (1964)
8. Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames “Yeh Yeh” (1965)
9. Ignace De Souza “Anyenko” (1965)
10, S.E. Rogie “Do Me Justice” (1960s)
11. Percentie Brothers “J.P. Morgan” (1950s)
12. Lynsey De Paul “Sugar Me” (1972)
13. Roberto Jordán “Ven A Darme Amor” (1974)
14. Clothilde “Fallait Pas Écraser le Queue du Chat” (1967)
15. David Bowie “I Dig Everything” (1966)
16. And The Native Hipsters “Mr. Magic” (1979?)
17. The Beatles “Flying” (1967)
18. The Beach Boys “Surf’s Up” (1971)
19. Ofege “It’s Not Easy” (1973)
20. Bee Gees “Please Read Me” (1967)
21. Mott the Hoople “(Do You Remember) The Saturday Gigs” (1974)
22. Al Stewart “Year Of The Cat” (1976)
23. Fleetwood Mac “Forever” (1973)
24. Serpent Power “Up & Down” (1967)
25. Four Jacks and a Jill “La La Song” (1968)

for my 40th birthday,  April 16, 2011

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

Georgie Fame & The Blue Flames “Yeh Yeh”:

The Sopwith Camel “Hello Hello”:

Ofege “It’s Not Easy”:

The Kinks “All of My Friends Were There”:

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