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This Portion Of The Archive Contains Songs From The 1920's To The 00's
That Are In The Easy Listening, Newage, Pop/Rock, R&B, Popular & Traditional Pop
Categories And Their Sub-Genres Or Music Styles
You Will Find Everything From Beautiful Easy Listening To Acid Rock!
For Additional MIDI's In The 20's-40's Range See Our Blues & Jazz Categories!

Newage, Pop, Pop/Rock, R&B, R&R, Rock, Vocal MIDI Index
N - Q
Song Title Size Performed By Sequencer
(The) Nashville Boogie 25kb
Joey Welz
50's++, Boogie Woogie, Country Boogie, Country/Rock, R&B, Rockabilly, Rock & Roll
W&M By Joey Welz & James E. Meyers
John Henry Foster
Nashville Cats 37kb
The Lovin' Spoonful
60's, Classic Rock, Folk, Folk/Rock, Pop/Rock
W&M By John B. Sebastian
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
(The) Naughty Lady Of Shady Lane 34kb
The Ames Brothers
50's, Traditional Pop, Vocal Pop
W&M By Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
New York, New York 62kb
Frank Sinatra And Others
80's, Big Band, Easy Listening, Film, Jazz, Pop
W&M By Fred Ebb & John Kander
Mel Webb
aka "Kmel"
Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia
Vicki Lawrence, Reba McEntire
70's, 90's, Classic Country, Country/Pop, Pop/Rock
W&M By Bobby Russell, Vicki's Husband At The Time That Vicki Recorded The Song
Johan S. Bach
Nights In White Satin
  Added 03/16/15
The Moody Blues (1967)
W&M by Justin Hayward
"Nights in White Satin" is a 1967 single by The Moody Blues, written and composed by Justin Hayward and first featured on the album Days of Future Passed. When first released in 1967, the song reached #19 on the UK Singles Chart. It was the first significant chart entry by the band since "Go Now" and the recent lineup change. It charted at #2 in November on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on Cash Box in the United States, earning a Gold certification for sales of a million copies. It also reached #1 in Canada. In the wake of its US success, the song re-charted in the UK in late 1972 and climbed to #9. The song was re-released yet again in 1979, and charted for a third time in the UK at #14.
Symphonic Rock, Baroque Pop, Progressive Rock, Spoken Word, Poetry
Mike Jackson
Enhanced by Mike Doyle
No No Song
aka "The No No Song"
aka "The No-No Song"
Ringo Starr And His All-Starr Band
70's, Country, Country/Pop, Country/Rock, Novelty, Pop/Rock, Road Songs
Originally Composed by Hoyt Axton & David P. Jackson As A Traditional Country Music Song
Ron LaBonte
aka "Ronct"
Nobody 30kb
Wonder Girls
00's, Dance/Pop, Girl Group, Korean/Pop, Pop/Rock, Soundtrack
Jeffrey P. Mutya
Karaoke By Conrad Espinosa
Nobody's Diary
  Added 03/15/15
Yazoo (1983)
W&M by Alison Moyet
"Nobody's Diary" is a song recorded by British synthpop band Yazoo. It was released in May 1983 as the first and only single from their second and last album, You and Me Both.
The song was written by Yazoo vocalist Alison Moyet and produced by the band and Eric Radcliffe.

Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Norman 49kb
Sue Thompson
60's, Country/Pop, Early Pop/Rock, Novelty, Pop/Rock
W&M By John D. Loudermilk
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Nothing But Heartaches
  Added 03/16/15
The Supremes (1965)
W&M by Eddie Holland, Brian Holland & Lamont Dozier
"Nothing but Heartaches" is a 1965 song recorded by The Supremes for the Motown label.
Written and produced by Motown songwriting and producing team Holland–Dozier–Holland, it was notable for breaking the first string of five consecutive number-one pop singles in the United States, peaking at number 11 from August 29, 1965 through September 4, 1965 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart.

Pop, R&B
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
Octopus' Garden
aka "Octopus's Garden
The Beatles
60's, Album Rock, AM Pop, Children's, Pop/Rock, Soft/Rock
W&M By Richard Starkey, aka Ringo Starr
Michael D. MacDonald
Midkar Member
Oh, Daddy 29kb
Fleetwood Mac
70's, Album/Rock, Pop/Rock, Soft/Rock
W&M By Christine McVie
Ron Tilden
Oh My Papa
aka: "O mein Papa"
  Added 03/16/15
Eddie Fisher with Hugo Winterhalter's Orchestra & Chorus
W&M by Paul Burkhard
"O mein Papa" is a German song, as related by a young woman remembering her beloved, once-famous clown father. It was written by Swiss composer Paul Burkhard in 1939 for the musical Der Schwarze Hecht (The Black Pike), reproduced in 1950 as Feuerwerk (Fireworks) to a libretto by Erik Charell, Jürg Amstein, and Robert Gilbert. In 1954, that musical was turned into the film Feuerwerk with Lilli Palmer.
It was adapted into English by John Turner and Geoffrey Parsons under the title "Oh! My Pa-Pa". A recording by Eddie Fisher with Hugo Winterhalter's orchestra and chorus was made at Webster Hall, New York City, on December 12, 1953. Read more:...

Traditional Pop, Vocal, Childrens
Jillianne Jones
Ohh Ahh
(Just A Little Bit)
Gina G
90's, Club/Dance, Dance, Dance-Pop, Electronica, House
Composed By Steve Rodway & Simon Tauber
Jason Harrell
aka "Jack2monet"
Old Shep 31kb
Red Foley, Hank Williams, Elvis Presley, Many More
40's+++, Ballad's, Country/Pop, Easy Listening, Soft Rock
W&M By Red Foley & Willis Arthur In 1940
Ken Jobsz
Old Time Rock & Roll 71kb
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
70's, Album Rock, Detroit Rock, Hard Rock, Heartland Rock, Rock & Roll
W&M By George Jackson & Thomas Jones
D. W. "David" Barnes
Midkar Member
(Posted 12'09'10)
Mike Oldfield
70's, Art Rock, Experimental, Neo-Classical, Newage, Progressive Electronic, Prog-Rock And More
W&M By Mike Oldfield
Rene A. DeVreng
On The Wings Of A Nightingale 61kb
The Everly Brothers
80's, Adult Contemporary, Country/Pop, Pop/Rock, Soft/Rock
W&M By Paul McCartney
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
One Day I'll Fly Away 38kb
The Shadows
60's++, Easy Listening, Instrumental Guitar, Instrumental Rock, Jazz,
Love Songs, Pop/Rock, Soft Rock, Stage & Screen, Theme Songs

Composed By Will Jennings & Joe Sample
Dr. ChartChai MeeSangNin
One Day In Your Life 35kb
Michael Jackson, The Jackson Five, The Jacksons, Johnny Mathis
80's, Easy Listening, Love Songs, Motown, Pop/Rock, Soul, R&B
W&M By Renee Armand & Sam Brown
Conrad Espinosa
One Mint Julep
  Added 06/02/14
The Clovers (1956)
Words & Music by Rudolph Toombs
This is one of many popular R&B drinking songs to come out of the 1940s and 1950s.
Covers have included Ray Charles, Louis Prima, Chet Atkins, Duane Eddy, Count Basie and many others.

R&B, Drinking Song
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
One More Cup Of Coffee
(Valley Below)
Bob Dylan
70's, Album Rock, Folk-Rock, Pop/Rock, Singer/Songwriter
W&M By Bob Dylan
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
One Of These Nights
  Added 03/16/15
The Eagles (1975)
W&M by Don Henley and Glenn Frey
One of These Nights is the fourth studio album by the Eagles, released in 1975. The record's title song became the group's second #1 single on the Billboard Hot 100, in July of that year. The album yielded three Top 10 singles, "One of These Nights", "Lyin' Eyes", and "Take It To The Limit". Those singles reached #1, #2, and #4 respectively. The album became the band's first to top the charts. It sold 4 million copies and was nominated for Album of the Year.
Only Love Sets You Free 25kb
Patrick Norman, Alain Morisod
80's, Easy Listening, Love Songs, Romantic, Vocal, World
W&M By Patrick Norman & R. Laurin
Dave Oliver
aka "DaveO"
Orange Blossom Special 212kb
The Hellecasters
70's, Alternative Country, Country/Pop, Country/Rock, Roots Rock, Guitar Virtuoso
Originally Composed By Ervin T. Rouse In 1938
Also See "The Orange Blossom Special" On Our Country Pages
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member
Orange Colored Sky
aka "Orange Coloured Sky"
Nat "King" Cole
40's-50's, Big Band, Traditional Pop, Swing, Vocals
W&M By Milton DeLugg & Willie Stein
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
& Bunty Pritchard Jones
Orange Fire 29kb
The Ventures
60's, Early Pop/Rock, Instrumental Rock, Rock & Roll, Surf Music
Composed By Nokie Edwards
John Walker
Out Of Limits
aka: Outer Limits*
  Added 03/16/15
The Marketts (1963)
W&M by Michael Z. Gordon
"Out of Limits" is a 1963 surf rock instrumental piece written by Michael Z. Gordon and performed by The Marketts. While on tour with a band called the Routers, Gordon wrote the Marketts’ first release on the Warner Bros. label and their biggest hit, an instrumental called *"Outer Limits". First pressings were issued as "Outer Limits", named after the television program of the same name. The song was a surf variation of that show's theme song. However, Rod Serling sued the Marketts for quoting the four note motif from his television show, The Twilight Zone, without his approval, which resulted in the change of the title to "Out of Limits". The record has been described as "an intriguing up-beat disc with a galloping rhythm".
Surf Rock
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Over My Shoulder 70kb
Mike + The Mechanics
90's, Adult Contemporary, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Pop/Rock
Composed By Paul Carrack & Mike Rutherford
Jason Stanley
Overjoyed 47kb
Stevie Wonder
70's-80's, Adult Contemporary, Love Songs, Motown, Pop/Rock
W&M By Stevie Wonder
Jack L. Hall
Midkar Member
(From The Rock Opera, "Tommy")
The Who
60's, Album Rock, Pop/Rock, Prog-Rock/Art Rock,  R&R, Rock
W&M By Pete Townshend In 1969
Michael D. MacDonald
Midkar Member
Oye Como Va 76kb
70's, Album Rock, Classic Rock, Latin/Rock, Pop/Rock
Composed By Tito Puente In 1963
E. F. "Gene Petro"
aka "Doc Doc" And
Douglas Gaynor
aka "Rhino"
Palisades Park
  Added 03/15/16
Freddy Cannon (1962)
W&M by Chuck Barris
"Palisades Park" is a song written by Chuck Barris and recorded by Freddy Cannon. A tribute to New Jersey's Palisades Amusement Park, it is an up-tempo rock and roll tune led by a distinctive organ part. The track also incorporates amusement park sound effects.
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Paradise By The Dashboard Light 191kb
70's, Arena Rock, Classic Rock, Pop/Rock, Rock
Composed By Jim Steinman
Steve Day
Play That Funky Music
aka "Play That Funky Music White Boy"
Wild Cherry
70's, Dance, Disco, Funk, Pop/Rock, R&B, Rock, Soundtrack
W&M By Rob Parissi
Marty Altenberger
Play With Fire 19kb
The Rolling Stones
60's, British Invasion, Blues-Rock, Classic Rock, Rock & Roll
W&M By Mick Jagger & Keith Richards (Credited To Nanker Phelge)
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
& Sue Stehr
Play Something Sweet (Brickyard Blues)
  Added 06/02/14
Three Dog Night (1974)
Words & Music by Allen Toussaint
Play Something Sweet (Brickyard Blues) is a song by Allen Toussaint that has been covered by Frankie Miller, B.J. Thomas and Three Dog Night, among others.
Rock, Pop-Rock, Pop, Blue-Eyed Soul
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
Please Don't Ask About Barbara
  Added 03/15/16
Bobby Vee (1962)
W&M by Bill Buchanan and Jack Keller
"Please Don't Ask About Barbara" is a song written by Bill Buchanan and Jack Keller and performed by Bobby Vee.
It reached #15 on the Billboard Hot 100, #18 in Canada, and #29 in the UK in 1962.
It was featured on his 1962 album, A Bobby Vee Recording Session.

Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Please Don't Ask Me 23kb
John Farnham
80's, Love Songs, Pop/Rock, Vocal Pop
W&M By Graham Goble
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Please Love Me Forever
  Added 06/02/14
Bobby Vinton (1967)
Words and Music by Ollie Blanchard and Johnny Malone
Bobby Vinton's version from his 1967 Epic album of the same name was released as a single, reaching #6 on the The Billboard Hot 100 chart. From Bobby's sixteenth studio album released in 1967.
Pop-Rock, Vocal, Love Songs
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Plush 42kb
Stone Temple Pilots
00's, Alternative Pop/Rock, Grunge, Hard Rock, Rock
W&M By Dean DeLeo, Robert DeLeo, Eric Kretz
Chuckie Ho
P.O. Box 9847
  Added 03/16/15
The Monkees (1968)
W&M by Tommy Boyce & Bobby Hart
The Birds, The Bees & The Monkees is the fifth studio album by The Monkees released in April 1968. It was the first Monkees album not to reach Billboard's number one, peaking at number three, and eventually selling over a million copies.
Pop Rock, Psychedelic Pop
Point Of No Return
  Added 03/15/16
Gene McDaniels with The Johnny Mann Singers (1962)
W&M by Carole King and Gerry Goffin
Gene McDaniels' impressive vocals make songs like "Point of No Return," "Tower of Strength," "Chip Chip," and the title track, "A Hundred Pounds of Clay," into true classics.
R&B, Pop/Rock, Jazz
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Poison Ivy 54kb
The Coasters
60's, Doo Wop, Early R&B, Early Rock & Roll, Novelty, R&B
W&M By Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller
E. F. "Gene" Petro
aka "Doc Doc"
Poor Little Fool
Version 1
Ricky "Rick" Nelson
50's, Ballads, Early Rock & Roll, Pop/Rock, Teen Idols
W&M By Sharon Sheeley
Deb Ackley
Poor Little Fool
Version 2
Ricky "Rick" Nelson
50's, Ballads, Early Rock & Roll, Pop/Rock, Teen Idols
W&M By Sharon Sheeley
Robert Dupler
Poor Me
  Added 03/15/16
Adam Faith (1960)
W&M by Les Vandyke
"Poor Me" is a single released by the English singer, Adam Faith. On 10 March 1960, it reached number one in the UK Singles Chart, staying there for two weeks.
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
Pop Medley
  Added 03/15/16
Various Artists
W&M by Various Writers
Selections include: Lean On Me (1972), Only You (1955), & Swingin on A Star (1944)
Roly Wright
Midkar Member
Pretty Woman
aka "Oh, Pretty Woman"
Roy Orbison
60's++, Country/Pop, Pop/Rock, Rock & Roll
W&M By Roy Orbison And Bill Dees In 1964
Michael D. MacDonald
Midkar Member
Pride And Joy 32kb
Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble
80's, Album Rock, Blues-Rock, Classic Rock, Texas Blues Rock
W&M By Stevie Ray Vaughan
Kris Kelley
Proud Mary 54kb
CCR, Elvis Presley, Wilson Pickett & Ike & Tina Turner And More
Lots Of People Think The Name Of This Song Is "Rollin' Down The River"
60's, Country, Country/Pop, Pop/Rock, Southern Roots Rock

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