The Foote Files: Deep PurpleIf you were a teenager in the late 1960's and looking for some hard-charging rock and roll that might not have been played initially on AM Top 40 then, today's song could qualify for that.
The Foote Files: Harpers BizarreWell, it's been a couple of weeks since our last blog but we are back with a cool song from the 60's.
The Foote Files: The MarvelettesThis 1960’s female R&B group was from Inkster MI and was one of the most successful girl groups of its time to transcend the fast changes in pop music of that decade.
The Foote Files: The Sweet Inspirations This song goes way back to my teen years and I had forgotten all about it until Shotgun Tom Kelly on SIRIUS XM 60s On 6 played it the other day, and by golly it moves you!
The Foote Files: Congratulations Are In OrderThe Zombies are being inducted into The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame this year.
The Foote Files: Manfred MannManfred Mann was a British blues/rock quintet formed in England in the late 1950s. Originally, they were known as the Mann-Hugg Blues Brothers, but then changed to Manfred Mann.
The Foote Files: The TremeloesThe Tremeloes are a British pop/rock band whose current members (and former members) span more than 60 years.
The Foote Files: Songs That Mention Western UnionPeople and businesses use Western Union today for transferring money from place to another. But during the 1960s, there were a couple of songs that included their name in the title.
The Foote Files: Shocking Blue And VenusFounded in 1967, the group Shocking Blue consisted of founder Robbie van Leeuwen on guitar, Klassje Wal on bass, Car Beek on drums and Mariska Veres on vocals.
Ken Foote's Holiday Songs: Feliz NavidadThis song, sung in both English and Spanish, is a perennial holiday favorite, performed by a man, blind since birth, who only charted twice on Billboard, but international renowned.
The Foote Files: The Last TimeFor rock n’ roll fans from the 1960s, you will remember this song by one of the world’s best rock and roll bands ever, if not the best.