What was the most played song of the 60s?
- HELLO, DOLLY! by Louis Armstrong.
- I WANT TO HOLD YOUR HAND by The Beatles.
- SHE LOVES YOU by The Beatles.
- I GET AROUND by The Beach Boys.
- OH, PRETTY WOMAN by Roy Orbison.
- A HARD DAY’S NIGHT by The Beatles.
- EVERYBODY LOVES SOMEBODY by Dean Martin.
- MY GUY by Mary Wells.
What are the best songs of the 1960s?
HEY JUDE by The Beatles
What are the most popular songs from the 60s?
– The song’s power in capturing the culture of the 1960s. – Its impact on the music industry. – The song’s ability to move people since its release.
What are the greatest hits of the 60s?
Put on a Happy Face
What was the most popular song in the 1960s?
SUGAR,SUGAR by The Archies
What was the biggest selling single of the 60s?
She Loves You
According to sales data compiled by the Official Charts Company, the biggest selling single of the 1960s was She Loves You by The Beatles. I Want to Hold Your Hand, recorded by the Fab Four in 1963, came second.
Who sang the song more in the 60’s?
“More” is one of Ortolani’s acclaimed and influential works. It won the 1964 Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Theme. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song at the 36th Academy Awards in 1964, where it was performed in English by Katyna Ranieri.