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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Was This 60's Pop Perfection Or What? THE CRITTERS - Mr. Dieingly Sad - 1966

Without a doubt, this was the greatest song that The Lovin' Spoonful never did! This group from New Jersey took this gorgeous number into the top 20 in the late summer of '66. It will forever be a staple here on The Retro Attic!

This is the only '66 era clip I have ever seen of this song. It was from Dick Clark's "Where The Action Is" show; it's not the greatest quality, but it will have to do.

We have played their remake of The Spoonful's "Younger Girl" in the past and are currently playing "Marryin' Kind Of Love," which bubbled under in '67. Keep tuning in!

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