The Righteous Brothers: Legends in Concert

Return to Now Playing

Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield came together in 1962, and by 1963 they were calling themselves the Righteous Brothers. Their greatest success in 1965, as Phil Spector applied his "wall of sound" technique to produce the hits "Old Time Rock n Roll," "You're My Soul And My Inspiration," "Unchained Melody," and "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling," characterized as "blue-eyed soul." This concert, recorded more than twenty years later, features most of their best-known tracks.

Set List:

  1. Old Time Rock & Roll
  2. You're My Soul And My Inspiration
  3. Young Blood
  4. Ebb Tide
  5. Georgia On My Mind
  6. Let It Be Me
  7. Guess Who
  8. Just Once In My Life
  9. Rock 'n' Roll Heaven
  10. Brown Eyed Woman
  11. Hold On I'm Comin'
  12. Soul Man
  13. Unchained Melody
  14. Justine
  15. Ko Ko Joe
  16. Little Latin Lupe Lu
  17. My Babe
  18. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'
  19. Old Time Rock & Roll (reprise)

WikiPedia: The Righteous Brothers


The Righteous Brothers

They were the best, and Bill Medley is still going strong!