Bobby Vee - Stars Of The Sixties mp3 album
Robert Thomas Velline (April 30, 1943 – October 24, 2016), known professionally as Bobby Vee, was an American singer, songwriter and musician who was a teen idol in the early 1960s and also appeared in films. According to Billboard magazine, he had thirty-eight Hot 100 chart hits, ten of which reached the Top 20. He had six gold singles in his career.
Bobby Vee, the Sixties teen idol who had Hot 100 hits with Take Good Care of My Baby, Run to Him and Rubber Ball, died Monday following a five-year bout with Alzheimer’s disease. He was 73. Vee’s son Jeff Velline confirmed the singer’s death to The Associated Press, adding that his father reached the end of a long hard road and died peacefully surrounded by family at a hospice facility in Rogers, Minnesota. Although the hits dried up by the end of the Sixties, Vee continued to tour and work on music throughout his life, recording over 25 albums before his diagnosis with early-onset Alzheimer’s. Vee last performed at his own retirement show in 2011, not long after he was diagnosed. In This Article: Obituary.
Bobby Vee was one of the biggest singers of the early sixties and his sound was influential throughout the era. Except for doo-wop, most of the harder rock and roll was gone by 1960 and the songs from 1960 to '63 were very country or pop in their sound. Bobby was on the pop side and he and Liberty's Snuff Garrett created their own pop sound that was very big on production, vocal double tracking and strings
1. 00:00:00 Bobby Vee White Christmas 2. 00:01:51 Bobby Vee (There's No Place Like) Home For The Holidays 3. 00:03:54 Bobby Vee Silver Bells 4. 00:06:01 Bobby Vee Winter Wonderland 5. 00:08:30 Bobby Vee Silent Night 6. 00:10:23 Bobby Vee I'll Be Home For Christmas 7. 00:12:17.
Before Justin Bieber or Shawn Mendes, there was Bobby Vee, the sixties teen idol who rocked worlds and stole hearts with the catchiest songs and the coolest looks of the day. The beloved pop icon died today (Oct. 24) at age 73 of advanced Alzheimer's disease. Vee got his big break at age 15 when he filled in for Buddy Holly, Richie Valens and . Richardson after they died in a plane crash en route to the Moorhead, Minnesota concert
Photo courtesy of the Official Bobby Vee Home Page. One of the longest lasting of the teen idols of the early Sixties, Bobby Vee got his lucky break when he and and his band the Shadows filled in for the late Buddy Holly at a 1959 Mason City, Iowa, concert days after Holly was killed in a plane crash. Robert Thomas Velline was born in Fargo, North Dakota on April 30,1943. His innocent style and supply of Brill Building compositions were enormously popular. In 1961 he recorded a Carole King composition and came up with his only number one song, Take Good Care Of My Baby.
Complete your Bobby Vee collection. Bobby Vee's Golden Greats (LP, Comp). United Artists Records.
Bobby Vee (born Robert Thomas Velline, April 30, 1943 – October 24, 2016) was an American pop singer who was a teen idol in the early 1960s. According to Billboard magazine, he had 38 American Hot 100 chart hits, 10 of which hit the Top 20. Vee was born in Fargo, North Dakota, to Sydney Ronald Velline and Saima Cecilia Tapanila.
Ready Steady Go, N. Sixties Album. Bobby Vee. Take Good Care Of My Baby. Best Of Rock & Roll Years, Vo. The Lovin' Spoonful Collection. Castle Communications. Run To Him. The Best Of Bobby Vee. Liberty.
|A1||Take Good Care Of My Baby||2:27|
|A2||Devil Or Angel||2:17|
|A5||Walkin' With My Angel||2:20|
|A7||Run To Him||2:07|
|B2||Please Don't Ask About Barbara||2:03|
|B3||How Many Tears||2:03|
|B6||One Last Kiss||1:58|
|B7||More Than I Can Say||2:26|
|B8||Someday (When I'm Gone From You)||2:10|
|LRP-3245||Bobby Vee||Bobby Vee's Golden Greats (LP, Comp, Mono, Mon)||Liberty||LRP-3245||US||1962|
|SLBY 1112||Bobby Vee||Bobby Vee's Golden Greats (LP, Comp)||Liberty||SLBY 1112||UK||1962|
|LRP-3245||Bobby Vee||Bobby Vee's Golden Greats (LP, Comp, Mono)||Liberty||LRP-3245||Canada||1962|
|LRP-3245||Bobby Vee||Bobby Vee's Golden Greats (LP, Comp, Mono)||Liberty||LRP-3245||Japan||1962|
|LRP-3245||Bobby Vee||Bobby Vee's Golden Greats (LP, Comp, Mono)||Liberty||LRP-3245||US||1962|