The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Remember The 60’s

Flower Power 60‘s.  The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra co-invented the incomparable „Pop Goes Classic Sound“. With 10 unique songs we remember the decade of cultural awakening: „Good Vibrations“ is considered a milestone in pop history and became a world hit in 1966 by The Beach Boys. The Animals succeeded in 1964 with the age-old folk song „House Of The Rising Sun“ an evergreen, although the song had already been recorded several times before without success. „Ruby Tuesday“ sold over a million copies in the U.S. alone and was the Rollings Stones‘ fifth consecutive No. 1 in the UK and Germany. „The Sun Ain‘t Gonna Shine Anymore“ made The Walker Brothers world famous in 1966 and reached the top of the charts in the US and UK. „He Ain‘t Heavy, He‘s My Brother“ became a hit in 1969, with Elton John playing piano for The Hollies. With „Sergeant Pepper‘s Lonely Hearts Club Band „, the Beatles finally turned pop music into an art form in 1967. With „The Sound Of Silence „, the unknown duo Simon & Garfunkel made their breakthrough in 1967, but not until three years after the first release. „In The Ghetto“ is one of Elvis‘ big comeback hits and became No.1 in eight countries in 1969. „Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow“ became the first US No.1 by a black girl group at the time of segregation. In 1966, the unknown soul singer Percy Sledge receives the very first gold record for Atlantic Records with „When A Man Loves A Woman“.

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Remember The 60’s

Limited - First 1.111 units numbered 

1 x Marbled 180g Vinyl  


Side A

  1. Good Vibrations  
  2. House Of The Rising Sun  
  3. Ruby Tuesday  
  4. The Sun Ain‘t Gonna Shine Anymore 
  5. He Ain‘t Heavy, He‘s My Brother 

Side B

  1. Sergeant Pepper´s Lonely Hearts Club Band [Medley]  
  2. The Sound Of Silence  
  3. In The Ghetto  
  4. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow  
  5. When A Man Loves A Woman