|1||–Small Faces||Itchycoo Park|
|2||–The Moody Blues||Go Now|
|3||–The Tremeloes||Silence Is Golden|
|4||–Status Quo||Pictures Of Matchstick Men|
|5||–Fleetwood Mac||Man Of The World|
|6||–The Kinks||Autumn Almanac|
|7||–Sandie Shaw||Message Understood|
|8||–Petula Clark||Don't Sleep In The Subway|
|9||–Long John Baldry||Mexico (Underneath The Sun In)|
|11||–Lance Fortune||Be Mine|
|12||–The Foundations||Baby, Now That I've Found You|
|13||–The Marcels||Blue Moon|
|14||–The Searchers||Someday We're Gonna Love Again|
|15||–1910 Fruitgum Company||Simon Says|
English Deutsch Español Français Italiano 日本語 Português (Brasil) Русский. Various – Greatest Hits Of The Sixties, Volume 2. Selo: Sony Music Special Products – A225225.
Various - hits of the sixties vol. 2 (disc 2) - CD album - UK freepost. Various Artist: Hits Of The Sixties Volume 3 - CD Album. Faithless - Forever - The Greatest Hits ( CD Album 2005 ) Used very good. Madonna - Greatest Hits Volume 2 ( CD Album ) Used Very Good. Eternal - Greatest Hits ( CD Album 1997 ) Used Very Good.
The Three Bells (The Jimmy Brown Song). 4. Too Late - To Be Saved.
Various Artists - Hits Of The Sixties - Volume 1 - 27 Track CD. Condition is Very Good. Dispatched with Royal Mail 2nd Class Letter. Pop Hits Of The Sixties Vol 1 - UK 1993 Pickwick PWKS 4181 CD Album. The First Summer Of Love 45 Sixties Hits Album Music CD 1997 2 Disc.
The Best Sixties Album in the World. In 2005, the series returned with a 3-CD album titled The Best of the Best Air Guitar Albums in the World Ever. Due to the fact volume 3 claimed to be the last volume, The liner notes (written by Brian May) note "OK, we lied". Most of the songs had already appeared on volumes 1, 2 & 3, but there were some which didn't, such as The Darkness' "I Believe in a Thing Called Love" and an exclusive Queen + Paul Rodgers live performance of "Fat Bottomed Girls". The first two volumes were re-released in 2006. This album was released 9 June 1997.
Greatest Hits: I II & III: The Platinum Collection by Queen (CD, Jul-2011, 3 Discs, Universal Distribution).
The Best Sixties Album contains the defining tracks of the decade and features some of the biggest hits from artists including Scott McKenzie, The Byrds, The Moody Blues, Del Shannon, Andy Williams, Sly & The Family Stone, Aretha Franklin, Johnny Cash, Tammy Wynette and many more.