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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
U - Z
Song Title Size Performed By Sequencer
Un-Break My Heart
aka "Unbreak My Heart"
Version 1
46kb
4.54mpt
Toni Braxton
90's, Adult Contemporary, Easy Listening, Hip-Hop, Love Songs, Pop, Pop/Rock, R&B
Composed By Diane Warren
Richard L. Monts
Un-Break My Heart
aka "Unbreak My Heart"
Version 2
39kb
4.49mpt
Karaoke
Toni Braxton
90's, Adult Contemporary, Easy Listening, Hip-Hop, Love Songs, Pop, Pop/Rock, R&B
Composed By Diane Warren
PTE.NAMHV
Unchain My Heart
   Posted 10/02/10
95kb
4.18mpt
Ray Charles, The Rivingtons, Joe Cocker, David "Fathead" Newman
60's+++, Blues, Blues/Rock, Jazz, Jazz/Blues, Pop/Rock, R&B, Soul, Vocal
Composed By Robert "Bobby" Sharp, Jr. & Teddy Powell
Scott W. Curtis
Unchained Melody 86kb
5.40mpt
The Righteous Brothers
60's, AM Pop, Blue-Eyed Soul, Brill Building Pop, Easy Listening, Love Songs, Pop/Rock, Soundtrack
Composed By Alex North & Hy Zaret
Bob Barnes
Midkar Member
Under The Boardwalk 26kb
2.22mpt
The Drifters
60's, Pop, Pop/Rock, R&B
Composed By Art Resnick & Kenny Young
Don Carroll
Under The Moon Of Love 43kb
2.55mpt
Showaddywaddy
60's-70's, Glam Rock, Glitter, R&R Revival
W&M By Curtis Lee & Tommy Boyce In 1961
MIDI C.A.D. Prod., Inc.
Undercover Angel
  Added 03/30/15
41kb
2:54mpt
Alan O'Day (1977)
W&M by Alan O'Day
"Undercover Angel" was a hit single for singer/songwriter Alan O'Day. Certified gold, it reached #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (one of 1977's ten biggest hits) and #9 on the Australian Singles Chart.
Pop-Rock
Chris Rada
Up On Cripple Creek 45kb
3.35mpt
Bob Dylan And The Band
60's-70's, Album Rock, Country/Rock, Folk/Rock, Pop/Rock, R&R
W&M By Robbie Robertson
Dr. ChartChai MeeSangNin
Up On The Roof
Version 1
26kb
2.36mpt
The Drifters & Many More
60's+, Easy Listening, Pop, Pop/Rock, R&B & Soundtracks
W&M By Gerry Goffin And Carole King
Don Carroll
Up On The Roof
Version 2
30kb
2.37mpt
The Drifters & Many More
60's+, Easy Listening, Pop, Pop/Rock, R&B & Soundtracks
W&M By Gerry Goffin And Carole King
Steve Day
Up To The Mountain (MLK Song)
  Added 03/30/15
43kb
3:42mpt
Karaoke
Patty Griffin (2006)
W&M by Patty Griffin
The song touches upon emotions surrounding Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous 1968 "I've Been to the Mountaintop" speech, given the day before his assassination in Memphis, Tennessee. Originally recorded by Solomon Burke in 2006 and Griffin herself in 2007, it has found greater prominence in performances and recordings since then by Kelly Clarkson and Jeff Beck, Susan Boyle, Crystal Bowersox, and Kree Harrison.
Pop, Folk Rock, Folk, Americana, Alternative Country
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Uptown Funk
  Added 03/30/15
56kb
4:31mpt
Karaoke
Mark Ronson w/ Bruno Mars (2014)
W&M by Mark Ronson, Jeff Bhasker, Bruno Mars, & Philip Lawrence
"Uptown Funk" is a song recorded by English producer Mark Ronson, with guest vocals by American recording artist Bruno Mars, for Ronson's fourth studio album, Uptown Special (2015). Sony Music Entertainment released the song as the album's lead single on 10 November 2014. Jeff Bhasker assisted the artists in co-writing and co-producing the track, with additional writing from Philip Lawrence. This is Mars' fourth collaboration with Ronson (following Mars' own songs "Locked Out of Heaven", "Moonshine", and "Gorilla") and sixth with Bhasker (after "Talking to the Moon", "Young Girls" and the three previously mentioned songs).
The single was a commercial success, spending twelve weeks at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100, seven weeks at number one on the UK Singles Chart, and topped the charts in several other countries including Australia, Canada, France, Ireland and New Zealand. In the week of 25 January 2015, the song was streamed a record 2,340,000 times in a single week in the UK: a record since surpassed by Ellie Goulding's "Love Me like You Do" (streamed 2.58 million times). The song also set a new record for the highest number of streams in one week worldwide, with 15 million streams, and in the US, with 4.8 million streams. In 2015, "Uptown Funk" won Ronson the Brit Award for British Single of the Year.

Funk, Boogie, Disco
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
Volcano 51kb
3.39mpt
Jimmy Buffett
70's, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Country-Rock, Soft Rock
Composed By Jimmy Buffett, Harry Dailey & Keith Sykes
Jim Eshleman, II
aka "Esh"
Voodoo Chile 69kb
2.26mpt
Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan
60's-70's, Blues-Rock, Hard Rock, Metal, Psychedelic
Composed By Jimi Hendrix
Ali Lexa
aka "Ubik Music"
Waitin' In School
  Added 03/30/15
34kb
1:58mpt
Karaoke
Ricky Nelson (1957)
W&M by Johnny Burnette and Dorsey Burnette
Waitin' in School is a rock and roll song written by Johnny Burnette and Dorsey Burnette. The song was recorded by Ricky Nelson, and peaked at number 18 in the U.S Billboard Hot 100 1958. It is considered one of the best examples of Nelson's contributions to rockabilly.
Rock & Roll, Rockabilly
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Wake Up Little Susie
  Added 03/30/15
45kb
2:00mpt
Karaoke
The Everly Brothers (1957)
W&M by Felice and Boudleaux Bryant
The song is best known in a recording by The Everly Brothers, issued by Cadence Records as catalog number 1337. The Everly Brothers record reached number one on the Billboard Pop chart and the Cash Box Best Selling Records chart, despite having been banned from Boston radio stations for lyrics that, at the time, were considered suggestive, according to a 1986 interview with Don Everly. "Wake Up Little Susie" also spent seven weeks atop the Billboard country chart and got to number two on the UK Singles Chart. The song was ranked at #318 on the Rolling Stone magazine's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
Country, Pop, Rockabilly
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Walk Don't Run
  Added 03/30/15
54kb
2:05mpt
Karaoke
Johnny Smith (1954), The Ventures (1960)
W&M by Johnny Smith
"Walk, Don't Run" is an instrumental composition written and first recorded by jazz guitarist Johnny Smith in 1954. The tune is essentially a contrafact of the chord changes to the standard "Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise". The Tacoma-based instrumental rock band the Ventures released their version of the tune as a single in spring 1960 on Dolton Records. This version is often regarded as one of the first surf songs to make the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking at #2 and reaching #3 on the Cash Box magazine chart for five weeks in August and September 1960.
Rock, Surf-Rock
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Walk On
  Added 03/30/15
39kb
2:31mpt
Roy Orbison (1969)
W&M by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees
One of Roy's most moving and powerful performances. Had it been released in the earlier part of the decade, it likely would have been a #1 hit, as it should have been. Bubbled under the Billboard Hot 100 at #121 in July 1968, and charted at #53 in Australia, #39 on UK Singles chart, and #93 in Canada. Original Billboard review: "One of Orbison's most potent disks in some time is this exceptional original ballad that he delivers in fine style."
Pop-Rock
Keyboards by Barry Heard
Guitars by Jillianne Jones
Walk On
  Added 03/30/15
35kb
3:00mpt
Roy Orbison (1969)
W&M by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees
Roy Orbison's Many Moods, also sometimes referred to as The Many Moods of Roy Orbison, was the rock & roll legend's 1969 album, mostly made up of great showcases for his boldest ballad singing, including highlights such as "Unchained Melody," "More," "Heartache," and "Truly, Truly, True." The record appeared in the wake of the tragic fire that killed two of the singer's three children, and in that regard it's amazing that it holds up as well as it does. If there's a lack of driving rock -- "I Recommend Her" is as close as it gets -- it's more than made up for by the intense, almost operatic singing in which Orbison engages on most of the stuff here, with "What Now My Love" and its bolero-like buildup being the highlight, followed closely by "Walk On."
Pop-Rock
Gilles-Paul
Walkin' With My Angel
  Added 03/30/15
25kb
2:19mpt
Karaoke
Bobby Vee (1961)
W&M by Gerry Goffin and Carole King
Bobby Vee (born Robert Thomas Velline; April 30, 1943) is an American pop singer who was a teen idol in the early 1960s. According to Billboard magazine, Vee has had 38 Hot 100 chart hits, 10 of which hit the Top 20.
On April, 29, 2012, Bobby Vee announced on his website that, a year ago (2011), he had been diagnosed with suffering from the early stages of Alzheimer's disease and, as a consequence, would withdraw from the music business.   Bobby Vee Biography

Pop-Rock
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
We Are The World 48kb
5.30mpt
Lionel Richie, Michael Jackson & U.S.A For Africa
80's, Easy Listening, Inspirational, Soft Rock, Soundtrack
W&M By Lionel Richie And Michael Jackson In 1985
Phil Smith
aka "Satman100"
We Built This City
(On Rock 'N Roll)
46kb
4.47mpt
Starship
80's, Adult Contemporary, Arena Rock, Pop/Rock, R&R
W&M By Dennis Lambert, Martin Page,Bernie Taupin, & Peter Wolf
Phil Smith
aka "Satman100"
We May Never Pass This Way Again
  Added 03/31/15
34kb
4:19mpt
Seals & Croft
W&M by James Seals & Darrell Croft (
Seals and Crofts were an American soft rock duo made up of James "Jim" Seals (born October 17, 1941) and Darrell "Dash" Crofts (born August 14, 1938). They are best known for their Hot 100 No. 6 hits "Summer Breeze", "Diamond Girl" and "Get Closer".
The duo disbanded in 1980. They reunited briefly in 1991–1992 and again in 2004, when they released their final album, Traces. On November 16th 1973, Seals and Crofts performed "We May Never Pass This Way (Again)" on the syndicated television program 'Don Kirshner's Rock Concert'. At the time the song was at #21 on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; and that was its peak position on the chart {for 1 week}, it spent a total of 12 weeks on the Top 100.

Soft-Rock, Pop-Rock
Michael Boyce
What Becomes Of The Broked Hearted
  Added 06/03/14
41kb
2:53mpt
Karaoke
Jimmy Ruffin (1966)
Words and Music by William Weatherspoon, Paul Riser and James A. Dean
"What Becomes of the Brokenhearted" was Jimmy Ruffin's only Top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, and remains one of the most-revived of Motown's hits.
R&B, Pop, Soul
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member
What The World Needs Now Is Love
  Added 06/03/14
25kb
2:49mpt
Karaoke
Jackie DeShannon, Dionne Warwick, and over 100 Artists
Words and Music by Hal David and Burt Bacharach
First recorded and made popular by Jackie DeShannon, it was released on April 15, 1965, on the Imperial label after a release on sister label Liberty records the previous month was canceled. The song reached number 7 on the US charts in May of that year.
R&R, Pop-Rock
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member
When My Little Girl Is Smiling
  Added 03/31/15
15kb
2:40mpt
Karaoke
The Drifters (1962)
W&M by Gerry Goffin & Carole King
The first LP appearance by the Ben E. King-era Drifters, as was usually the case with this group, took place more than a year after King himself had left the group, replaced by Rudy Lewis whose voice is featured on most of the tracks here. This album is more unified than its predecessor, which is understandable as it appeared in the wake of a succession of hits utilizing the same core group and the same style of production, mixing strings into an R&B sound and creating something new and attractive that crossed over very easily to pop listeners. "When My Little Girl Is Smiling," "Room Full of Tears," and the title track exemplify the sound, but the finest cut here might be "Nobody but Me."
R&B, Doo-Wop, Soul, Pop-Rock
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
When She Loved Me 18kb
3.00mpt
Sarah McLachlan
A Folk/Pop Tune First Performed By Sarah For The 1999 Walt Disney Motion Picture And Soundtrack Album, "Toy Story 2"
90's, Film Music, Folk/Pop, Pop/Rock, Soundtrack
W&M By Randy Newman
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
When The Lights Go On Again
(All Over The World)
21kb
2.42mpt
Vaughn Monroe & His Orchestra
A Favorite Easy Listening #1 Tune From World War II Performed By Vaughn & His Group In 1943
And Later Became The Title Song For The 1944 Film By The Same Name

40's, Easy Listening, Film Music, War Tunes
W&M By Eddie Seller, Sol Marcus, & Bennie Benjamin
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Where Are You Going

  Added 06/03/14
45kb
3:52mpt
Karaoke
Dave Matthews Band (2002)
Written by Dave Matthews
"Where Are You Going" is the first single from Dave Matthews Band's album Busted Stuff. The single reached #39 on the Billboard Hot 100, #20 on the Modern Rock Tracks, and topped the Triple A chart. The song was featured in the 2002 Adam Sandler motion picture, Mr. Deeds.
Rock, Jam, Jazz Fusion, Soundtrack, ++++
ChartChai MeeSangNin
Which Way You Goin' Billy 69kb
3.27mpt
The Poppy Family
70's, Adult Contemporary, Love Songs, Pop/Rock, Soft Pop, Soft Rock
Composed By Terry Jacks In 1969
Michael D. MacDonald
Midkar Member
A Whiter Shade Of Pale 46kb
8:16mpt
Karaoke
Procol Harum
Composed By: Gary Brooker, Keith Reid And Matthew Fisher
A song of seduction, artfully obscured by the many mythical references. The beatiful organ part is heavily influenced by "Air on the G String." This is an extended version, with the complete lyrics.
60's, Easy Listening, Progressive Rock, Pop/Rock, Soundtracks, Stage & Screen, Symphonic Rock
Nils Tronrud
"Nitro"
Who Do You Think You Are
  Added 03/31/15
45kb
3:41mpt
Spice Girls (1997)
W&M by Paul Wilson and Andy Watkins
"Who Do You Think You Are" is a song performed by British pop group Spice Girls. It was written by the group members with Paul Wilson and Andy Watkins,—also known as Absolute—for the group's debut album Spice, released in November 1996. The song is heavily influenced by early 1990s Europop, and has a disco–style beat that resembles the music of the late 1970s. Its lyrics are about the superstar life, and how someone can get trapped in the world of fame.
Europop, Dance-Pop
AlanTaff
Who Let The Dogs Out? 64kb
3.25mpt
Baha Men
00's, Club/Dance, Hip/Hop, Junkanoo, Rock, Soundtrack, World
Composed By Anselm Douglas
Jo LaRocca
aka "JoeRock"
Who Put The Bomp
(In the Bomp, Bomp, Bomp)

  Added 06/03/14
38kb
4:12mpt
Barry Mann (1961)
Written by Barry Mann and Gerry Goffin
Barry was backed up by The Halos, who had previously backed up Curtis Lee on the song "Pretty Little Angel Eyes".
In this song, Mann sings about the frequent use of nonsense lyrics in Doo-Wop music, and how his girl fell in love with him after listening to several such songs.

R&R, Doo-Wop
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member
Who Will Save Your Soul

  Added 06/02/14
41kb
4:08mpt
Karaoke
Jewel (1995-6)
Written by Jewel
A commercial single of Who Will Save Your Soul was released in the United States in 1996. It became her first hit single, peaking at #11 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Folk Rock, Adult Contemporary

Midkar Member
Whole Lotta Rosie 52kb
3.44mpt
AC/DC
70's, Album Rock, Aussie Rock, Blues-Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal
W&M By Angus Young, Malcolm Young & Bon Scott
Julio Lema Iglesias
aka "Julio Lema"
Wicked Game
  Added 03/31/15
20kb
3:43mpt
Chris Isaak (1990)
W&M by Chris Isaak
"Wicked Game" is a song by American rock musician Chris Isaak, released from his third studio album Heart Shaped World (1989). Despite being released as a single in 1990, it did not become a hit until it was later featured in the David Lynch film Wild at Heart (1990). Lee Chesnut, an Atlanta radio station music director who loved David Lynch films, began playing the song and it quickly became a nationwide top ten hit in January 1991, reaching #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, making it the first hit song of his career.
Soft-Rock, Rockabilly
Todd Moore
Wild Weekend
  Added 03/31/15
47kb
2:16mpt
The Rockin' Rebels (1960)
W&M by Philip Todaro and Thomas Shannon
The Rebels (also known as The Rockin' Rebels) were a surf music band from Buffalo, New York, known for their instrumental "Wild Weekend." The original members were Jim and Mick Kipler, Tom Gorman and Paul Balon.
Rock, Surf-Rock
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
  Added 03/31/15
34kb
2:42mpt
Karaoke
The Shirelles (1960)
W&M by Gerry Goffin and Carole King
"Will You Love Me Tomorrow", also known as "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow", was originally recorded by The Shirelles. It has been recorded by many artists and was ranked among Rolling Stone 's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time at No.126. The song is notable for being the first song by an all-girl group to reach No.1 in the United States. The Shirelles version of the song, with session musician Gary Chester on drums, is currently ranked as the 110th greatest song of all time, as well as the best song of 1960, by Acclaimed Music. (1961 in the U.K.)
R&B, R&R, Doo-Wop, Pop, Soul
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Witch Doctor

  Added 06/03/14
30kb
2:02mpt
David Seville and The Chipmunks (1958)
Words and Music by Ross Bagdasarian -- aka: David Seville
The song was a hit, holding number one for three weeks in the Billboard Top 100 chart. Nothing makes any reference to chipmunks, but the song is sometimes included on Chipmunk compilations, as if the Chipmunks had provided the voice of the Witch Doctor. Bagdasarian did record a Chipmunks version of "Witch Doctor", which appeared on the second Chipmunks album, Sing Again with the Chipmunks, in 1960.
Comedy, Novelty, Pop, Rock,
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member
With Your Love 14kb
3.50mpt
Karaoke
Vera Lynn
50's, Vocal, Vocal Pop, Traditional Pop
W&M By Gilbert Bécaud, Geoffrey Parsons & John Turner
Dr. James Pitt-Payne
Midkar Member
Wonderful World
  Added 03/31/15
32kb
2:12mpt
Karaoke
Sam Cooke (1960)
W&M by Lou Adler, Herb Alpert, and Sam Cooke
"Wonderful World" (occasionally referred to as "(What A) Wonderful World") is a song by American singer-songwriter Sam Cooke, released on April 14, 1960 by Keen Records. Recorded during an impromptu session the previous year, it was cut during Cooke's last recording session at former label Keen Records. He signed with RCA Victor in 1960, and "Wonderful World," then unreleased, was issued as a single in competition. "Wonderful World" was mainly composed by songwriting team Lou Adler and Herb Alpert, but Cooke revised it before recording to reference the subject of education more.
"Wonderful World" ended up doing substantially better on the charts than several of his early RCA singles, becoming his biggest hit single breakthrough since "You Send Me" (1957). The song peaked at number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100, and hit number two on Billboard?'?s Hot R&B Sides chart.

R&B, Soul
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Working In The Coal Mine
Posted 10/02/10
43kb
2.09mpt
Devo
80's, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Heavy Metal, Stage & Screen
Originally Composed By Lee Dorsey & Allen Toussaint In The 60's
Chris Rada
Yakety Yak 28kb
1.04mpt
The Coasters
50's, Comedy, Doo Wop, Early Pop/Rock, Early R&B, R&R
Composed By Jerry Leiber & Mike Stoller
Robert Dupler
Yesterday
Version 1
34kb
2.51mpt
The Beatles
60's, AM Pop, Early Pop/Rock, Easy Listening, Love Songs, Pop/Rock, Pop Standards, Soft Rock
W&M By John Lennon & Paul McCartney In 1965
Bob Barnes
Midkar Member
Yesterday
Version 2
11kb
2.00mpt
The Beatles
60's, AM Pop, Early Pop/Rock, Easy Listening, Love Songs, Pop/Rock, Pop Standards, Soft Rock
W&M By John Lennon & Paul McCartney In 1965
D. W. "David" Barnes
Midkar Member
You Are My Lady

  Added 06/03/14
59kb
4:24mpt
Karaoke
Freddie Jackson (1985)
Words & Music by Barry Eastman
"You Are My Lady" hit number one on the R&B charts for two weeks, and was Jackson's most successful crossover single of his career, peaking at 12 on the Hot 100. It also reached number 49 in the UK.
R&B, Pop, Soul, Quiet Storm
Geoffrey Carter
Midkar Member
You Are Not Alone
  Added 03/31/15
35kb
5:39mpt
Michael Jackson (1995)
W&M by R. Kelly
"You Are Not Alone" is the second single from Michael Jackson's album HIStory. The R&B ballad's composition has been attributed by R. Kelly in response to difficult times in his personal life. He then forwarded a bare demo tape to Jackson, who liked the song and decided to produce it with Kelly. Jackson's interest in the song was also linked to recent events in his personal life. The song was later covered by R. Kelly himself as a hidden track on his tenth solo studio album Love Letter.
The vast majority of critical reaction to "You Are Not Alone" was positive, although it did not attain unanimous praise. The song was the recipient of Grammy and American Music Award nominations. The corresponding music video, which featured Jackson and his then-wife Lisa Marie Presley was also notable for its scenes of semi-nudity.
Commercially, the song was a significant success. It holds a Guinness World Record as the first song in the 37-year history of the Billboard Hot 100 to debut at number one; it was later certified platinum by the RIAA. The song peaked highly in all major markets. "You Are Not Alone" was Michael Jackson's last number one hit song in the United States during his lifetime.

R&B, Pop, Soul
Jon B. Kusaka
aka "Benzo"
You Can Leave Your Hat On 29kb
3.52mpt
Karaoke
Joe Cocker, Many Others
70's-80's, Pop/Rock, Power Ballads, Soft Rock
Composed By Randy Newman Who Also Recorded The Song In The 70's
Vincenzo Palleschi
You Don't Have To Say You Love Me

  Added 06/03/14
31kb
2:44mpt
Karaoke
Dusty Springfield Version (1966)
Written by Pino Donaggio, Vito Pallavicini, Simon Napier-Bell and Vicki Wickham
"You Don't Have to Say You Love Me" is a 1966 hit recorded by English singer Dusty Springfield which proved to be her career record reaching #1 UK and #4 in the US
Traditional Pop
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member
You Don't Know Me 24kb
3.41mpt
Jerry Vale
50's, Easy Listening, Love Songs, Pop, Vocal Pop
W&M By Cindy Walker & Eddie Arnold In 1955
Larri Dee
You Got It
  Added 03/31/15
59kb
4:14mpt
Roy Orbison (1989)
W&M by Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison, & Tom Petty
"You Got It" is a song from Roy Orbison's album, Mystery Girl (1989). The song reached number nine on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the adult contemporary chart, returning Orbison to the Top 10 for the first time in 25 years. It also hit number three on the UK Singles Chart in the spring of 1989. This was a few months after Orbison's death of a heart attack on December 6, 1988, at the age of 52. While "You Got It" was Orbison's last hit single in the United States, the single, "I Drove All Night", made the UK Top 5 later in 1992. In addition, it was his only solo top ten hit on the Hot Country Songs charts, peaking at #7. Although it is an Orbison solo single, Orbison's fellow Traveling Wilburys bandmates, Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne, co-wrote the song and played instruments on the record.
Rockabilly, Adult Contemporary
Dale Aston
You Really Got A Hold On Me
  Added 03/31/15
43kb
2:56mpt
The Miracles (1962)
W&M by Smokey Robinson
"You've Really Got a Hold on Me" is a song written by Smokey Robinson which became a 1962 Top 10 hit single for the Miracles on Motown's Tamla label. One of the Miracles' most covered tunes, this million-selling song received a 1998 Grammy Hall of Fame Award. It has also been selected as one of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll.
Soul
Steve Day
You Should Be Dancing
  Added 03/31/15
91kb
4:00mpt
Bee Gees (1976)
W&M by Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb
"You Should Be Dancing" is a single by the Bee Gees, from the album Children of the World, released in 1976. It hit #1 for one week on the American Billboard Hot 100, #1 for seven weeks on the US Hot Dance Club Play chart, and in July the same year, reached #5 on the UK Singles Chart. The song also peaked at #4 on the Billboard R&B chart. It was this song that first launched the Bee Gees into disco. It was also the only track from the group to top the dance chart.
Disco, Pop, Rock
John Taylor
You Talk Too Much 36kb
2.30mpt
Joe Jones
60's, Novelty, Pop/Rock, R&B, R&R
W&M By Joe Jones & Reginald Hall
Ron Tilden
Midkar Member
You Were On My Mind

  Added 06/03/14
33kb
2:33mpt
We Five (1965)
W&M by Sylvia Tyson (1964)
We Five was a 1960s folk rock musical group based in San Francisco, California. Their best-known hit was their 1965 remake of Ian and Sylvia's "You Were on My Mind," which reached #1 on the Cashbox chart, #3 on the Billboard Hot 100, and #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart.
Pop Rock, Folk Rock
Jess Jocson
aka: d'bassman
Midkar Member
You're No Good 65kb
5.15mpt
Linda Ronstadt
70's, Contemporary Pop/Rock, Country/Pop, Country/Rock, Pop/Rock, Roots Rock
Composed By Clint Ballard, Jr.
Kiralynne & Tracilynne Schilitubi
You're The Inspiration 34kb
4.00mpt
Chicago
80's, Adult Contemporary, Ballads, Love Songs, Pop/Rock, Soft Rock
W&M By Peter Cetera & David Foster In 1984
Susan Zeigler & Marc Reid
You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling 36kb
3.45mpt
The Righteous Brothers
60's, Blue-Eyed Soul, Easy Listening, Love Songs, Soft Rock
W&M By Barry Mann And Phil Spector
Don Carroll
Young Girl
  Added 03/31/15
76kb
3:08mpt
Karaoke
Gary Puckett & The Union Gap (1968)
W&M by Jerry Fuller
"Young Girl" was a song written by Jerry Fuller, performed by Gary Puckett & The Union Gap, and released in 1968. The song reached No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and it peaked at No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart and the US Cash Box listing. The song is sung from the point of view of a man who has become distressed upon finding out his lover is under the legal age of consent. In the UK, the recording enjoyed a second chart run in 1974, when it peaked at No. 6. Gary Lewis and the Playboys released a version of the song on their 1968 album, Gary Lewis Now!
Pop-Rock
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Young World
  Added 03/31/15
44kb
2:22mpt
Karaoke
Ricky Nelson (1962)
W&M by Jerry Fuller
"Young World" is a song written by Jerry Fuller and performed by Ricky Nelson. It was released as a single in 1962 on Imperial Records. The personnel on "Young World" included The Wrecking Crew guitarist Glen Campbell and Nelson session regular James Burton on lead guitar. Joe Osborn played bass, with Ritchie Frost on drums and Jim Pierce on piano. The song reached #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. It also attained the #19 spot in the UK.
Ballad, Rockabilly, Rock 'n' roll, Pop, Folk, Country
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member/Moderator
Your Last Goodbye

  Added 06/03/14
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2:12mpt
Floyd Cramer (1961)
Music by Floyd Cramer
Floyd Cramer (October 27, 1933 – December 31, 1997) was an American Hall of Fame pianist who was one of the architects of the "Nashville sound". He was known for his "slip note" piano style, where an out-of-key note slides into the correct note. This song is from his album, "America's Biggest Selling Pianist".
Easy Listening, Pop, Country
Gary Rogers
Midkar Member

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