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  1. Meztikree Reply
    Song information for Dizzy - Tommy Roe on AllMusic. Super Oldie Hits, Vol. 2: Die Grössten Hits der 50er, 60er und 70er.
  2. Vushakar Reply
    I bought this CD because of the low price so I was willing to risk the "investment." There were a few songs that were good, but the over-all choice of cuts was ho-hum. The reason for my mediocre rating is that, just like many other of the "Juke Box" listings, there was no listing of the content of the CD for me to judge before buying.3/5(1).
  3. Nikokasa Reply
    The biggest of these was "Sugar and Spice," a cover of a Searchers song that made the Top 50 in and was later featured in Lenny Kaye's renowned Nuggets anthology of '60s garage bands. In their original incarnation, the Shames leaned toward the pop end of garage.
  4. Virisar Reply
    Sugar And Spice: ZPA CD+G: Zoom Platinum Artists Vol out of stock: Searchers: Sugar And Spice: ZPBX60S-5 ZPBX60S: CD+G: Zoom Karaoke Hits Of The 60s Pop Box Disc 5 Zoom Karaoke 60s Pop Box 6 CDG Set: set only £ Searchers: Sugar And Spice: ZK60SH-3 ZK60SH: CD+G: Zoom Karaoke 60s Superhits Disc 3 Zoom Karaoke 60s Superhits: set.
  5. Dutaur Reply
    Performers include: Lee Dorsey, Paul & Paula, Jewell Akens, The Shangri-Las, The Five Satins, The Blue Jays, Frankie Avalon. Contains 14 tracks. Several installments in Collectables' Jukebox Giants series have the appearance of catering toward play lists of specific oldies stations across the States/5(14).
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  7. Mirn Reply
    The jukebox continued to remain popular throughout the s but never to the degree experienced in the previous two decades. Rock ‘n’ roll was ten years old already, and other media outlets, such as the radio and TV, were catching up to the trends set by the new generation’s passion for rock music.
  8. Maugar Reply
    Jul 13,  · Why was the jukebox business so good back in the 40s, 50s, and 60s? Well, it was a time for celebration now that the boys were back from war; a time to relax and enjoy life with family and friends and rock & roll. The Bubbler’s design featured glass tubes that arced along the top of the box. Inside these tubes were bubbles that continuously.