Listen to Voice of America 60's Pop Favorites

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These are songs that transport me to the days when they played on the radio. I hope they do the same for you, as well.

Mission Statement: Immortalizing my favorite musical masterpieces and keeping those fantastic memories alive

Dedicated to the VOA personalities, Pat Gates, Phil Irwin, and Al Johnson and numerous Radio Ceylon announcers
Some of the Radio Ceylon songs may be unfamiliar to many American listeners, and vice versa, but nevertheless, they were very popular on Asian short wave stations

Please support these fabulous artists by purchasing the music, if you like these songs. As these non-CD quality recordings are meant only to whet your appetite through listening, downloading is not an option, by design. I have tried to give exposure to many songs you don't hear on the radio anymore. These songs should never be forgotten.

Visit the 50's to 80's Pop and Radio Ceylon pages for many more memorable tunes

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  • A List of Favorites from the 50's to the 80's
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    There are 21 songs available in this section
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    Association=Windy (1967)
    Dionne Warwick=Do You Know The Way To San Jose (1968)
    Ed Ames=My Cup Runneth Over (1967)
    Four Jacks & A Jill=Master Jack (1968)
    Frank & Nancy Sinatra=Something Stupid (1967)
    Frank Sinatra=Strangers In The Night (1966)
    Herb Alpert & Tijuana Brass=Casino Royale (1967)
    Herb Alpert & Tijuana Brass=This Guys In Love With You (1968)
    Hugo Montenegro & His Orchestra=The Good The Bad & The Ugly (1968)
    Jay & The Americans=This Magic Moment (1968)
    Jim Reeves=Golden Memories And Silver Tears (1967)
    Jim Reeves=Thats When I see The Blues (1968)
    Leapy Lee=Little Arrows (1968)
    Louis Armstrong=What A Wonderful World (1968)
    Manfred Mann=Mighty Quinn (Quinn the Eskimo) (1968)
    Peter Paul & Mary=Leaving on a Jet Plane (1967)
    Simon & Garfunkel=Mrs Robinson (1968)
    Simon & Garfunkel=The Sounds Of Silence (1965)
    Spanky & Our Gang=Lazy Day (1967)
    Spanky & Our Gang=Sunday Will Never Be The Same (1967)
    Turtles=Happy Together (1967)
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