Five on Friday Set 164

Posted: Friday, March 08, 2013 by Travis Cody in

Hey gang!  This week we have some tunes we heard last weekend while we were out and about running some errands.

Don't forget to spring your clocks forward this weekend for daylight savings.

Have a great weekend gang!

Five on Friday Set 164 by Travis on Grooveshark

Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, Um, written by Curtis Mayfield, released by Major Lance in 1963

Stay, written by Maurice Williams, released by The Four Seasons in 1964

The In Crowd, written by Billy Page, released by Dobie Gray in 1964

There's A Kind of Hush, written by Geoff Stephens/Les Reed, released by Herman's Hermits in 1967

Hold Me Tight, written by Johnny Nash, released by Johnny Nash in 1968


  1. Herman's Hermits! YAY! I use to love them. I actually had a few opportunities to see them in concert at Epcot Center with my sister and bil. So much fun!

    Have a lovely weekend, Trav!

  1. Akelamalu says:

    I love all your choices, especially The Four Seasons and Johnny Nash. :)

  1. Love lists of songs where you start singing along just by reading the titles ... There's a kind of hush all over the world tonight ... ear worm

  1. I'll be back later this weekend to listen, Travis - and my apologies for missing last week's sets from everyone due to me being sidelined with a very bad case of post-acupuncture vertigo. I'll catch up on two weeks' worth on my weekend rounds.

  1. Anonymous says:

    Loved Herman's Hermits! Thanks for the tunes. Have a great weekend. GGG

  1. I have not heard Major Lance in ages,Great set!

  1. I'm In With the In Crowd and Hold Me Tight were my faves this week.

  1. Herman's Hermits. Haven't thought of them in a long time. I liked a fair amount of their stuff I heard, though I never bought an album by them

  1. TopChamp says:

    love the set... I'm in with the In Crowd! Been a long time. They made me happy in the same way as unexpected songs that pop up occasionally on the MP3 player and make me smile....

    It's been a wee while since I've been online and I love the player. It works really well.

    (unless it's my new computer that's making the difference)