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This Magic Moment - Jay and the Americans 1969 ....And then it happened  It took me by surprise  I knew that you felt it too  By the look in your eyes

Jay Black (right) of Jay & The Americans, turns 78 today - he was born in 1938 - The group had a string of top hits during the Jay still sings today.

Rhythm Of the Rain sung by The Cascades Lyrics Listen to the rhythm of the falling rain Telling me just what a fool I've been I wish that it would go and let...

Rhythm Of the Rain sung by The Cascades Lyrics Listen to the rhythm of the falling rain Telling me just what a fool I've been I wish that it would go and let.

1960: The Murmaids - http://www.musicamnezia.com/1960s-music/1960-murmaids

The Murmaids were a one-hit wonder all-female vocal trio composed of sisters Carol and Terry Fischer; and Sally Gordon from Los Angeles, California who, in January 1964 reached with "Popsicles and Icicles".

Donny Hathaway  - A Song For You - YouTube

Donny Edward Hathaway (October 1945 -- January was an American soul musician. Hathaway contracted with Atlantic Records in 1969 and with his fir.

The Ronettes were one of the most popular "Girl Groups" and had several big hits, including "Be My Baby", "Baby I Love You", and 'Walkin' In The Rain".  They had 8 songs in the Billboard Hot 100 and were the only female group to tour with The Beatles.

The Ronettes were one of the most popular "Girl Groups" and had several big hits, including "Be My Baby", "Baby I Love You", and 'Walkin' In The Rain". They had 8 songs in the Billboard Hot 100 and were the only female group to tour with The Beatles.

Formed at Andrew Jackson High School in Queens, NYC, in 1963, the Shangri-Las were two sets of sisters, Mary and Betty Weiss and Marge and Mary Ann Ganser.

Apparently, all four of the girl group the Shangri-Las ["Leader of the Pack" and "Remember (Walkin' in the Sand)"]. Left to right: Betty Weiss, twins Mary Ann Ganser and Marge Ganser, and Betty's sister and lead vocalist Mary Weiss.

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