3/6. Featuring American pop giants of the 1950s and 60s. She continues with John Sebastian , who remains best known as the 1960s frontman of jug-band folk-pop chart stars the Lovin' Spoonful, whose radio-friendly hits include Do You Believe in Magic, You Didn't Have to Be So Nice, the transatlantic number two Daydream, Did You Ever Have to Make up Your Mind?, the US number one Summer in the City, Nashville Cats, Darling Be Home Soon and Six O'Clock.
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