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Besides possibly Stevie Wonder the Four Tops sang with more passion and zeal then any of the other Motown Acts. Their singing can give me chills.
Jaq and Gus love � - this group so much
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They didn't make an album in the 60s, they still started then though, but I see them as a 70s band
One of the best concerts I ever went to.
Black Sabbath not a 60s band
Certainly one of the greatest rock bands ever, but, their first album came out in 70', so, they can't possibly be considered a 60's band. - cptron
These guys along with Iggy Pop and the Stooges completely destroyed almost every band they came across just like The Who did to the Rolling Stones! Apparently from what's going around they played so awesome that the more popular band Cream felt like they were 1-upped. Who do you think would win though, 1970s' Who, or MC5?
I can't understand why this guy isn't number one, he was clearly the best singer of the sixties if not ever and all the guys were extremely talented, at least they played their own instruments unlike many of that time.
Come on guys Gary puckett, s got to be the best male vocal of the 60s awesome.
Great band. Some of my favorite songs from that era.
Pictures of Matchstick Men was a number 1 hit in 60s. Admittedly, most of their best material was in the 70s, but they started over 50 years ago and still going (just)! Should be in top 20.
This must be a British poll.
Sold more records/cd's than either The Beatles or The Stones. Gotta be worth something?
One top hit album and they are considered? Well, yes
Stevie Nicks knocked it out of the arena! Loved their concerts.
I love them
Slade is no way a 60's band but I love them anyway!
Their first album came out in 1969 ( then under the name " Ambrose Slade " ). Before that they were called " The In-Be-Tweens " and made some singles under that name. But besides those facts I concider them as a 70's band.
They had so many hits on the radio, True American early 60, s band should be high on the list.. One of my favorite bands as a kid...
Too many hits to list but my favorites were Eli's Coming/Mama told me not to Come/One/Joy to the World...
They need to be top 30!
I love This Band The Songs are Soothing I love One Joy To the World Shambala An Old Fashioned Love song and Black and White I was Lucky to meet Jimmy Cory and Chuck on FB; They are so Sweet! I am Shocked to Hear about Cory He was so Kind and Sweet and was Kind HeartedV 3 Comments
Haha the only song anyone remembers is "For What It's Worth". It's even on Forrest Gump.
They were great with there song stop hey whats that sound
The song was called "For What It's Worth".
Come on! Is this a joke? Who was The Jackson 5 in the sixties? Even if they existed nobody cared back then. They were just a minor act of the Motown group.
Michael Jackson Best King Of Pop
More awesome than the beatals
Much better than this rating.
I loved this band. Top 20 on my list. Rob Grill was an awesome lead singer! They really had their own sound. R.I.P Rob Grill 2011.
Best lead singer, drummer, harmony, and brass sound of the 60’s!
They are not an all time band for sure but for 2 years they had some great singles like Green Grass, She's Just My Style, Count Me In and especially This Diamond Ring, which can go toe to toe with any other great songs from the 60s.V 1 Comment
This band and Chicago I just loved. They were my favorite instrumental groups. Also, the lead singer for Blood, Sweat & Tears, was excellent. I don't know his name. Where can I find it? Where can I hear a recording?
I think of this band's sound when I think of the late 60's.
David Clayton Thomas was the lead singer...
Instrumental and lyrical geniuses!
Only other Liverpool group to rival The Fab Four.
They were also managed by Brian Epstien..
A great novelty band, but their hit songs speak for themselves. Should be in the Rock and Roll Hall of fame. RIP Paul.
Should be much higher than this.V 1 Comment
A great emotional band, they produced some great music.
Blue world ever think you may be in a masonic story?
Best themed albums ever!
They surely deserved better placement
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