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Best of the 60's (The Classics) [Remastered]
 
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Best of the 60's (The Classics) [Remastered]

13 May 2014 | Format: MP3

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By M. Dowden HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 2 Jun. 2014
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Really what can one say about this but thank you to the record company and Amazon for currently providing this free for all of us. You don't have to be a child of the Sixties to enjoy this, although if you are then perhaps this will bring back some nostalgia. The tracks on here have all been remastered and are of good quality.

With the likes of The Shadows (including Cliff on one track - back when he was considered cool), the King himself, Tony Bennett (who is still going strong), Brenda Lee, and Ray Charles, as well as others you can't really go wrong with this. Of course we will all have our own personal favourites on this, mine being `Moon River' with Perry Como and of course Ray Charles with 'Hit the Road Jack'.

For some younger listeners this will be fun as you can hear the music that your parents used to dance to. In all you have here ten tracks all of good quality and great to listen to at any time.
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Short, but sweet, 60's compilation - which is currently free - so downloading is a no-brainer.

Plenty to enjoy here, such as stand-out instrumentals from The Shadows and The Ventures, one of my favourite Brenda Lee tracks, "I'm Sorry", as well as 1 minute 58 seconds of perfection with the Ray Charles classic "Hit The Road Jack".

Lovely stuff!
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By Thomas Pots TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 23 Jun. 2014
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Not a bad collection, considering it's free. The songs offer a reasonable selection of hits from the era, though all of them were already in my music collection. However, putting Cliff, and Cliff and the Shadows, on there is a bit silly, as we get Cliff twice, That said, the remastering means the have a little more punch than the straight MP3 conversions.

So, an okay value collection made into excellent value by being free. Nice!
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10 great tracks to add to anyones MP3 Player - very well remastered with excellent sound - still cannot get over the fact that this is a free album!
Having an ecletic taste in music shuffling these on the KF so one minute I am listening to Fire on the Water and the next Apache is great
And if you are over 40 you are going to know all the words for sure!
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By R. Supward TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 3 Jun. 2014
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Amazon, you smooth devil you. You really do take care of us, don't you? Or maybe it's Amazing Sound? Well, whoever, thank you for this great 10 track sampler from the early 60's. Even if it wasn't free (always helpful tho') it would be a great addition to any collection. As already stated by my peers, there isn't a single dud track. Growing up in the 60's (or, as one reviewer here put it, I'm over 40(!)), there are many memories of happy times here. Neither are these the same old 'usual suspects' found on many a collection. Ranging from Elvis to Perry Como, taking in Cliff, Ray Charles, The Shadows, Paul Anka and Shirley Bassey along the way, I can't find fault with this collection at all. I'll be checking out Amazing Sound for further releases - even if I do have to pay for them next time. Download this while you can, you won't regret it.
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By Mr. Beaumont TOP 500 REVIEWER on 14 Jun. 2014
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I was born in 1988 & grew up in the 90's so missed out on the awesome music of the 60's. It's ITV's Heartbeat that first made me fall in-love with the music & now own a number of Heartbeat branded CD's.

While this is not Heartbeat music it is still music from the 60's and with it being totally FREE we can't really complain about anything to-do with the album. I for one, really did enjoy it.
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My era - all the well remembered and nostalgic hits re-awaken memory cells of the era when everything was new, optimistic and possible. Recalls a simplistic "can do" era with actual melodies, not the tuneless rap rubbish of today.
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