The Happenings - The Happenings('66) - Psycle('67) (2003 Rhino) Flac
The '60s pop outfit the Happenings
enjoyed a three-year run of several hit singles late in the decade.
Formed in 1961 in Patterson, NJ, the group has seen their lineup change
from time to time, but founding member/lead singer Bob Miranda has been a constant member through it all. Soon after, the Happenings
began scoring hit singles, including such number ones as "See You in
September" and "I Got Rhythm," as well as other moderate hits ("Go Away
Little Girl," "My Mammy," and "Girl on a Swing," among others). In
addition to their singles, the Happenings issued several full-length recordings, including 1966's self-titled debut, 1967's Psycle, and 1969's Piece of Mind,
performed on such popular TV shows as The Tonight Show With Johnny
Carson, The Smothers Brothers Show, and The Merv Griffin Show, and
shared the concert stage alongside such notables as the Beach Boys, Roy Orbison, Joan Rivers, John Denver, the Drifters, and the Kingston Trio, among others. In the '90s, Miranda formed a new version of the Happenings, playing out live alongside members Bob Kulik and George Rizzi.
These guys had a string of pop hits in the sixties. Here are 24 songs of great sixties radio pop.
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