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Dino, Desi and Billy - 1965 - Dino and Billy were all of 14 yrs old and Desi Jr. was 12! After I'm A Fool hit - they toured opening for The Beach Boys!

Dino, Desi and Billy - 1965 - Dino and Billy were all of 14 yrs old and Desi Jr. was After I'm A Fool hit - they toured opening for The Beach Boys!

Sealed with a kiss. Written by Gary Geld and Peter Udell. First recorded by the Four Voices in 1960. Made a hit by Brian Hyland in 1962. Date the video was made: probably sometime around '64-'65.

Sealed with a kiss, Brian Hyland. Written by Gary Geld and Peter Udell. First recorded by the Four Voices in Made a hit by Brian Hyland in Date the video was made: probably sometime around

Bobby Vee, "Take Good Care Of My Baby" (1961) | 17 Popular Songs You Never Knew Were Written By Carole King

Bobby Vee, "Take Good Care Of My Baby" (1961)

Bobby Vee - Take Good Care Of My Baby - 1961 - Sweet songs to fall into puppy love by!

THE KINKS - LOLA - (HQ) // I <3 this. It reminds me of summer and being a careless kid. Wish my name was Lola, like my beloved grand-auntie's :)

THE KINKS - LOLA - (HQ) // I this. It reminds me of summer and being a careless kid. Wish my name was Lola, like my beloved grand-auntie's :)

Johnny Rivers-Where Have All the Flowers Gone? -1965

This song made it's Billboard Chart debut in October of 1965 and peaked at the position. These images illustrate what Johnny Rivers looked like in

You may be right - I may be crazy. But it just may be a lunatic you're looking for. Turn out the lights - oh, don't try to save me. You may be wrong but for all I know, you may be right.

Billy Joel - You May Be Right “You may be right, I may be crazy, But it just may be a lunatic, You're looking for….

Dean Paul Martin and Nancy Sinatra on the set of The Dean Martin Show, 1967

Dean Paul Martin and Nancy Sinatra on the set of The Dean Martin Show, When his son died, Dean pretty much didn't care to live anymore.

The Everly Brothers "Cathy's Clown"  - from the Beach-nut Show - July 09, 1960. I was 'insane' over this song, played the keys chroncally and belting out the song in any key  I landed in - did not matter.  when not playing and singing myself - I had it playing on the 45 - not sure why I was so goners but I sure was!

The Everly Brothers – ‘Cathy’s Clown’ (Live) on The Saturday Night Beech-Nut Show – July 1960

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