5 July 2020

Sixties Sojourn is an initiative of Connection Matters Radio

Bringing Back our In Profile Segment…Jimmy Webb

Sunday 5 July 2020 at 3pm on 3KND – 1503AM – or the I Heart Radio App

Taking centre stage today is the re-introduction of our enormously popular segment, In Profile. This week, it’s the incredibly talented singer, songwriter and producer, Jimmy Webb. We also celebrate some birthdays from the week just past, playing well-known songs from the birthday people themselves; and, with Sixties Sojourn well and truly back in the groove, we catch up with some requests that have been piling up in the background.

Here are just some of the artists taking to the stage during the show.

The Equals

Fontella Bass

The Iveys

The Exciters

Elvis Presley

The Twilights

Billy Thorpe & the Aztecs

The 5th Dimension

Charles’ Pick

The Loved One – The Loved Ones

I absolutely love this song from Australina rock and rhythm and blues band The Loved Ones. Reaching number two on the Australian Top 40 singles chart in 1966, the song was one of the group’s biggest hits, along with Ever Lovin’ Man and Blueberry Hill

The Show’s Playlist

Here’s the complete playlist that went to air during the show. If you missed out, then don’t forget – whatever you do – to tune in to the next Sixties Sojourn program!

 

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ARTIST

SONG

YEAR

REQUESTS AND STARTERS

1

Francois Hardie

Only You Can Do It

1966

2

Classic IV

Stormy (for his brother John)

1968

3

Buddy England

Movin’ Man

1967

4

Billy Thorpe

I Told the Brook

1965

5

Every Mother’s Son

Come on Down to my Boat Baby

1967

6

The Loved Ones

The Loved One

1966

7

Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass

Casino Royale

1967

8

The Flower Pot Men

Let’s Go To San Francisco

1967

IN PROFILE – JIMMY WEBB

9

The Supremes

My Christmas Tree

1965

10

Johnny Rivers

By The Time I Get to Phoenix

1966

11

The Fifth Dimension

Up, Up and Away

1967

12

Brooklyn Bridge

The Worst That Could Happen

1968

13

Richard Harris

Didn’t We

1968

14

Lynn Anderson

Where’s the Playground

1969

15

Glen Campbell

Wichita Lineman

1968

16

Glen Campbell

Galveston

1969

DOUBLE-HEADERS

17

Manfred Mann

My Name is Jack

1968

18

Manfred Man

The Mighty Quinn

1968

19

Barbara Lewis

Spend a Little Time

1964

20

Barbara Lewis

Baby, I’m Yours

1965

21

Clyde McPhatter

Deep in the Heart of Harlem

1964

22

Clyde McPhatter

Lover, Please

1962

23

The Dave Clark Five

Bits and Pieces

1964

24

The Dave Clark Five

Glad All Over

1964

NUMBER ONE TODAY IN THE SIXTIES

25

Bobby Rydell

Swingin’ School

1960

26

Ricky Nelson

Hello Mary Lou

1961

27

Ray Charles

Born to Lose

1962

28

Lesley Gore

It’s My Party

1963

29

The Beatles

You Can’t Do That

1964

30

Elvis Presley

Crying In The Chapel

1965

31

The Beatles

Paperback Writer

1966

32

Procol Harum

Whiter Shade of Pale (Alternative?)

1967

33

Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass

This Guy’s In Love With You

1968

34

The Cowsills

Hair

1969

HAPPY BIRTHDAY

35

Little Eva 

Loco-Motion

1962

36

The Equals 

Baby Come Back

1968

37

The Twilights

Found To Be Thrown Away

1967

38

Johnny Farnham

In My Room

1967

39

Leapy Lee

Little Arrows

1968

40

The Seekers 

Georgie Girl

1966

41

Fontella Bass

Rescue Me

1965

42

The Band 

The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down

1969

SINGLES

43

The Bee Gees

Words

1968

44

Elvis Presley

Ain’t That Loving You, Baby

1964

45

The Exciters

Tell Him

1962

46

The Flying Machine

Smile a Little Smile for Me

1969

47

Harry Nilsson

Everybody’s Talkin’

1969

48

Honey Cone

Girls It Ain’t Easy

1969

49

The Iveys

Maybe Tomorrow

1969

50

Jeff Phillips

Baby It’s You

1968

51

The Seekers

Chilly Winds

1964

52

Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick and Tich

Touch Me. Touch Me

1967

53

Jimmy Cliff

Wonderful World, Beautiful People

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