BY ARRANGEMENT…MY LATEST FOR SIXTIES’ MUSIC SECRETS

Okay, time for my (almost) monthly column for Rick’s place at Sixties’ Music Secrets. The subject this time is the art of Rock and Roll arranging in the first half of the sixties with another on the second half to follow shortly. Listening to records with a specific ear for arrangements is an old habit of mine–probably gifted to me by my choir-arranging, vocal-coaching mother–and it’s the one quality, more than any other, that first drew me to the decade’s music. It was no accident that I was pulled in by the Four Seasons and the Beach Boys...who get their due here, along with many others!

Just to whet your appetite, here’s the one that didn’t make the cut when we finally cut the selection to ten:

2 thoughts on “BY ARRANGEMENT…MY LATEST FOR SIXTIES’ MUSIC SECRETS

  1. Interesting to read that backup was by The Halos. I used have their “Nag” single years ago.

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