1960
США
Johnny Cash
Now, There Was A Song!
(country)
Now, There Was A Song! by Johnny Cash (1960)
1. Seasons Of My Heart (2:29)
2. I Feel Better All Over (2:03)
3. I Couldn't Keep From Crying (2:08)
4. Time Changes Everything (1:49)
5. My Shoes Keep Walking Back To You (2:06)
6. I'd Just Be Fool Enough (To Fall) (2:05)
7. Transfusion Blues (2:32)
8. Why Do You Punish Me (For Loving You) (2:18)
9. I Will Miss You When You Go (2:01)
10. I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry (2:38)
11. Just One More (2:12)
12. Honky-Tonk Girl (1:58)
The ninth studio album of the American musician. It was released in December 1960 by Columbia Records label. Johnny Cash (born J.R. Cash; February 26, 1932 – September 12, 2003) was an American singer-songwriter, guitarist, actor, and author; he is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, having sold about a 100 million records worldwide.
1960
Индия
Pannalal Ghosh
Raag Yaman • Raag Shri
(experimental, instrumental)
Raag Yaman • Raag Shri by Pannalal Ghosh (1960)
1. Raag Yaman	
2. Raag Shri
The debut studio album of the Indian musician. It was released in 1960 by His Master's Voice record label. Pannalal Ghosh (24 July 1911 – 20 April 1960), also known as AmalJyoti Ghosh, was an Indian flute (bansuri) player and composer.
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1960
США
Chuck Berry
Rockin' At The Hops
(rock & roll)
Rockin' At The Hops by Chuck Berry (1960)
1. Bye Bye Johnny (2:05)
2. Worried Life Blues (2:10)
3. Down The Road A Piece (2:14)
4. Confessin' The Blues (2:08)
5. Too Pooped To Pop (2:25)
6. Mad Lad (2:20)
7. I Got To Find My Baby (2:14)
8. Betty Jean (2:30)
9. Childhood Sweetheart (2:35)
10. Broken Arrow (2:25)
11. Driftin' Blues (2:18)
12. Let It Rock (2:28)
The fourth studio album of the American musician. It was released in July 1960 by Chess Records label. Charles Edward Anderson Berry (October 18, 1926 – March 18, 2017) was an American singer, songwriter, and one of the pioneers of rock and roll music.
1960
США
Bill Black's Combo
Solid And Raunchy
(rock & roll, jazz-rock, blues)
Solid And Raunchy by Bill Black's Combo  (1960)
1. Don't Be Cruel (2:15)
2. Singin' The Blues (2:20)
3. Blueberry Hill (2:23)
4. I Almost Lost My Mind (2:10)
5. Cherry Pink (2:07)
6. Mona Lisa (2:30)
7. Honky Tonk (2:10)
8. Tequila (2:22)
9. Raunchy (2:01)
10. You Win Again (2:21)
11. Bo Diddley (2:16)
12. Mack The Knife (2:52)
The second studio album of the American band. It was released in 1960 by Hi Records label. The band from Memphis, Tennessee, US, was formed by William Patton Black Jr., who was a bassist in Elvis Presley's early band.
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