The Beatles are one of the most influential musical acts in history, and John Lennon and Paul McCartney still hold the record for writing the most number-one hits. This song is very simply worded in the trademark style of the Fab Four, but it is still powerful enough to be used in your wedding recessional. Some people say that Mick Jagger copied the vocal style of Van Morrison , a performer who scored his biggest hit with this song in This is a song for dancing , and it can be dedicated to the bride at the wedding reception. This classic from Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell is still used often today as the tune for the first dance between newlyweds, but it also works well for introducing the couple after the vows have been said. The lively tempo of the song means that it is best reserved for portions of the wedding ceremony that are not too formal. Smooth as silk is one way to describe the voice of Andy Williams, a s crooner in the style of Steve Lawrence and Dean Martin. Almost any of the songs that were recorded by Williams in the s could serve as wedding music, but this one is especially suited to wedding reception dances. Right behind Lennon and McCartney when it comes to writing number one song is Barry Gibb of The Bee Gees , a man that continues his career today as the last surviving member of the group.
Billboard Year-End Hot chart for For detailed information on how Billboard compiled the charts, see the Wikipedia article " Billboard Hot ". Top s Songs. To Sir With Love - Lulu 2. The Letter - The Box Tops 3. Ode to Billie Joe - Bobby Gentry 4. Windy - The Association 5. I'm a Believer - The Monkees 6.
Just because it's and every year of the 60s is now over 50 years ago doesn't mean you cannot throw together a cocktail hour that comprised of songs from this golden decade of music. Actually, if you were to do Google searches for some of the most requested songs on wedding playlists , you would be surprised to find out how many songs came from the 60s. And those great historical events would come with them with an unforgettable soundtrack. You'll see some of those timeless songs as you scroll through this post. Whether you would like to sprinkle your wedding playlist with a few of these 60s classics or just create a 60s cocktail hour for your guests to socialize, enjoy this time warp back to one of the greatest decades in music history.
The Best s Music for Weddings to get people on the dance floor! Popular British music groups included the Beatles, the Byrds, and the Turtles. Another noted creation during the 60s was the Motown record label in Detroit by legend Berry Gordy Jr. The Best 60s Music came to a close with a historic music festival, Woodstock. Woodstock had , attendees for the three-day festival.