The Resource Your hit parade. : Into the '60s, (sound recording)
- Your hit parade. : Into the '60s, (sound recording)
- Title remainder
- Into the '60s
- sound recording
- Program notes by Charles K. Wolfe
- Capture and storage technique
- Configuration of playback channels
- Moody river / Pat Boone -- Can't get used to losing you / Andy Williams -- Angel on my shoulder / Shelby Flint -- Harbor lights / The Platters -- I left my heart in San Francisco / Tony Bennett -- Danke shoen / Wayne Newton -- Gina / Johnny Mathis -- Hush, hush, sweet Charlotte / Patti Page -- Ramblin' rose / Nat King Cole -- Take good care of her / Adam Wade -- Hurt / Timi Yuro -- What kind of fool am I / Sammi Davis Jr. -- Hotel happiness / Brook Benton -- Walk right in / The Rooftop Singers -- Roses are red (my love) / Bobby Vinton -- Greenfields / The Brothers Four -- Al di la / Emilio Pericoli -- My heart has a mind of its own / Connie Francis -- Beyond the sea / Bobby Darin -- The girl from Ipanema / Getz/Gilberto -- Take five / Dave Brubeck Quartet / Michael / The Highwaymen -- (You don't know) how glad I am / Nancy Wilson -- Running scared / Roy Orbison
- Control code
- 3 7/8 x 2 1/2 in.
- 1 sound cassette
- Groove width / pitch
- not applicable
- Other physical details
- analog, Dolby processed.
- Publisher number
- Special playback characteristics
- dolby b encoded
- Specific material designation
- sound cassette
- 1 7/8 ips (tapes)
- System control number
- Tape configuration
- quarter 4 track
- Tape width
- 1/8 in.
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