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  1. Party Rock 10 CD Set- Time Life Music. The Music of the 60's and 70's helped to create a new era. Bring back those memories with this amazing set. Party Rock 10 CD Collection- As Seen on TV Web Store.
  2. Tommy James and the Shondells are an American rock band best known for their series of hit records in the late s, culminating with their famed singles, “Mony Mony” and “Crimson.
  3. Lyrics to Hanky Panky by Neil Diamond from the The Feel of Neil Diamond album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! is an American singer-songwriter with a career spanning over five decades from the s until the present. As of , Diamond had sold over million records worldwide including 48 million in the.
  4. Album · · 13 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Album · · 13 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Hanky Panky. 4. Various Artists Back to Back - Bobby Vee & Tommy Roe (Rerecorded Version) Bobby Vee & Tommy Roe.
  5. And Morris Levy, owner of Roulette Records and one of the legendary crooks of the 20 th century music business, entered—and changed—his life. For better and for worse. Two number ones—“Hanky Panky” and “Crimson and Clover”—and four others in the top five—“Crystal Blue Persuasion,” “Mony Mony,” “I Think We’re Alone Now” in the mid-late ’60s and “Draggin.
  6. Lyrics to Hanky Panky by Neil Diamond from the Neil Diamond's Greatest Hits album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! is an American singer-songwriter with a career spanning over five decades from the s until the present. As of , Diamond had sold over million records worldwide including 48 million in.
  7. Jun 13,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Hanky Panky · Sandy Nelson Big Sixties Frat Party!!! ℗ A Capitol Records Release; ℗ Capitol Records, LLC Released on: .
  8. Tommy James and the Shondells tend to be remembered as "bubblegum" rather than "garage rock," but the distinction has always been fuzzy. In this band's case, the classification might just be a matter of their looking like clean-cut guys and having been so popular -- the biggest singles-selling act anywhere in the late '60s -- to qualify as mainstream entertainers rather than obscure one-hit.

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