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The Rock 'n' Roll Era: 1963 Still Rockin' (Time Life Music)

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22 Tracks: 1)(Love Is Like a) Heat Wave - Martha & the Vandellas; 2)Everybody - Tommy Roe; 3)Hitch Hike - Marvin Gaye; 4)Hey Girl - Freddie Scott; 5)A Walkin' Miracle - The Essex; 6)Hey Paula - Paul & Paula; 7)Remember Then - The Earls; 8)Just One Look - Doris Troy; 9)Two Faces Have I - Lou Christie; 10)Mama Didn't Lie - Jan Bradley; 11)Twenty Four Hours from Tulsa - Gene Pitney; 12)Wild Weekend - The Rockin' Rebels; 13)The Kind of Boy You Can't Forget - The Raindrops; 14)Can I Get a Witness - Marvin Gaye; 15)She's a Fool - Lesley Gore; 16)Hot Pastrami - The Dartells; 17)Cry to Me - Betty Harris; 18)Mickey's Monkey - The Miracles; 19)Foolish Little Girl - The Shirelles; 20)Pride & Joy - Marvin Gaye; 21)Don't Say Nothin' Bad (About My Baby) - The Cookies; 22)Rhythm of the Rain - The Cascades

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  • Label: Time-Life Music / Warner Special Products
  • ASIN: B000RJ4R4E
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By Alfred Johnson on May 19, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I have recently been on a tear in reviewing individual CDs in this extensive Time-Life Rock `n' Roll series. A lot of these reviews have been driven by the artwork which graces the covers of each item, both to stir ancient memories and reflect that precise moment in time, the youth time of the now very, very mature (nice sliding over the age issue, right?) baby-boomer generation who lived and died by the music. And who fit in, or did not fit in as the case may be, to the themes of those artwork scenes. This 1963 CD is a case of the former, of the fitting in. On this cover, a summer scene (always a nice touch since that was the time when we had at least the feel of our generational break-out) we are at the drive-in, the drive-in movies for those of the Internet/Netflicks/YouTube generations who have not gotten around to checking out this bit of Americana on Wikipedia, with the obligatory 1950s-early 1960s B-movie monster movie (outer space aliens, creatures from the black lagoon, blobs, DNA-damaged dinosaurs, foreign-bred behemoths a specialty) prominent on the screen.

Oh sure, everyone of a certain age, a certain baby-boomer age, a generation of '68 age, has plenty of stories to tell of being bundled up as kids, maybe pre-set with full set pajamas on to defend against the late sleepy-eyed night, the sleepy-drowsy late movie night, placed in the car backseats and taken by adventurous parents (or so it seemed) to the local open air drive-in for the double feature. That usually also happened on a friendly summer night when school did not interfere with staying up late (hopefully through both films).
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