A fun trip down memory lane with a group of Hall of Famers. This compilation sticks to the John Sebastian years of the group, is light on liner notes, and front-loaded with the actual hits. Released before I was born, I can hear the first five tracks in my head without need for the CD because they've always been around.
Peak on the US Billboard Top 200 chart: Did not chart
Tracks: John Sebastian knew how to write some pop gems, didn't he?
12 tracks, 32 minutes
|Do You Believe in Magic?||1965||9||✔|
|You Didn't Have to Be So Nice||1965||10||✔|
|Did You Ever Have to Make Up Your Mind?||1966||2||✔|
|Summer In The City||1966||1||✔|
|Didn't Want to Have To Do It||1966||✔|
|Other Side of This Life||1965|
|Jug Band Music||1966|
|Darling, Be Home Soon||1967||15|
Missing Top 40 hits from that time period: Rain On the Roof (#10 in 1966), Nashville Cats (#8 in 1967), Six O'Clock (#18 in 1967) and She Is Still A Mystery (#27 in 1967). So I'm confused by the track selection on this one.
Personal Memory Associated with this CD: None