I thought about giving you some weird symmetry for Set 170 - like music from 1970 or something. That would have been good. But, to paraphrase Michael Corleone as played by Al Pacino in The Godfather Part III, just when I think I'm moving on to another XM Satellite radio station, the 60s on Channel 6 pull me back in.
I can't help it. I love the music from the 1960s.
The victim's from the bombings in Boston and those from the explosion in West, TX remain in my thoughts.
Yesterday's Gone, written by Chad Stuart/Wendy Kidd, released by Chad and Jeremy in 1963
You've Got Your Troubles, written by Roger Greenaway/Roger Cook, released the The Fortunes in 1965
The More I See You, written by Harry Warren/Mack Warren, released by Chris Montez in 1966
The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore, written by Bob Crewe/Bob Gaudio, released by The Walker Brothers in 1966
Working on a Groovy Thing, written by Roger Atkins/Neil Sedaka, released by The 5th Dimension in 1969