100 years of popular music chronicles the greatest music of the last century. This book contains more than 70 songs from the 1960s arranged for piano, voice and guitar, providing a fascinating insight into the music of the era. A listing of new inventions first seen during the 1960s is also included.
(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay; (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman; A Rainy Day In Georgia; Ain't No Mountain High Enough; Albatross; Apache; Baby Love; Big Girls Don't Cry; Black Is Black; Blue Velvet; Boom Bang-A-Bang; Breaking Up Is Hard To Do; Bye Bye Baby (Baby Goodbye); C'mon Everybody; Crying In The Rain; Dancing In The Street; Daydream Believer; Days Of Wine And Roses; Everlasting Love; Fire And Rain; For Once In My Life; From Russia With Love; Fun, Fun, Fun; Handy Man; He Was Really Sayin' Something; I Got You Babe; I Heard It Through The Grapevine; I'd Rather Go Blind; It Takes Two; Itchycoo Park; King Of The Road; Leader Of The Pack; Let The Sun Shine In; Let's Dance; Make Someone Happy; Me And Bobby McGee; Mockingbird; Mustang Sally; My Girl; My Kind Of Town (Chicago Is); No Particular Place To Go; One Fine Day; People; Please Mr Postman; Poetry In Motion; Rescue Me; Runaround Sue; Sealed With A Kiss; Shakin' All Over; Spanish Harlem; Sugar Sugar; Summer Holiday; Summer Wind; Sunny Afternoon; Sweet Baby James; Sweets For My Sweet; Tell Laura I Love Her; The House That Jack Built; The Look Of Love; The Next Time; The Windmills Of Your Mind; Three Steps To Heaven; Under The Boardwalk; Watermelon Man; What Becomes Of The Broken-Hearted; When A Man Loves A Woman; Where Did Our Love Go?; Where Do You Go To (My Lovely); Wherever I Lay My Hat (That's My Home); Wild Thing; Will You Love Me Tomorrow?; You'll Never Walk Alone; Young Girl; You're All I Need To Get By; You're Sixteen, You're Beautiful (And You're Mine).