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00:00:00 - Ray Charles - Hit the Road Jack 00:01:58 - Frank Sinatra - I've Got You Under My Skin 00:05:42 - Nat King Cole - Unforgettable 00:08:55 - Louis Prima - Just a Gigolo 00:13:40 - Nina Simone - My Baby Just Cares for Me 00:17:18 - Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald - Dream a Little Dream of Me 00:20:26 .
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Time Life added music in 1967, selling box sets and collections through Time–Life Records. During the 1960s and 1970s, the collections released by Time–Life Records catered to a conservative adult audience, with genres including classical, jazz, swing and orchestral music; and the music of operas and Broadway theatre. On occasion, Time Life offered popular music (generally pre-1955 music, as opposed to pop and rock music airing on contemporary hit radio stations in the United States at the time) in box sets. Twenty volumes were issued, with many of country's greatest artists of the time (Charley Pride was the first artist featured) getting their own album. But until the mid-1980s, Time–Life did not feature a rock music-intensive series for customers, preferring to cater to older adults with conservative music tastes. Pop music enters the picture. Your Hit Parade (discontinued).