Hello! This is Alicia Rodwell and I am looking into lots and lots of downloadable playlists and I am finding very, very few 60s and 70s playlists that I can find even with the search feature. Please help me find a vast array of playlists that I can use for offline listening? And also playlists for American Standards, classic easy listening, jazz vocals, classical, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, and 80s playlists that I can listen to on offline mode. I am really frustrated! I keep getting "Can't find any playlists" message all the time when trying to get more playlists. Please help me! I am a diehards oldies music lover and I want to be able to download lots and lots of different playlists onto my new device which has 128 GB of storage. Please! I need all the help you can possibly give me! Otherwise I will have to cancel my Pandora subscriptions.
Hi there, @aliciarodwell74. 👋
Thanks so much for posting about this on the Pandora Community.
Let me know, and I can follow up with you. 🎧
Here’s one I’ve been working on for the better part of a decade. It’s mostly pre Nam 50s and 60s. https://pandora.app.link/wDNhcORstdb I’ve never shared a station before so I’m not sure if this is how it works.
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@ComputerBluethanks for sharing your playlist, here is a couple you can check out. The first one is my longest playlist that is approaching 1100 songs, a great variety, https://pandora.app.link/AAZO3D4Ptdb . The second playlist is called an All Women's Playlist, I specifically made this last year for all the women on Pandora for a tribute for Mother's Day, https://pandora.app.link/iL7FxndQtdb . This last playlist is growing daily, it is called GSOTD playlist, this playlist was created for a daily post that is being done here in the Pandora community. Anyone can participate all you have to do is choose songs from different genres and those songs are added to the playlist. Here it is, https://pandora.app.link/o50qcJsQtdb . I hope you enjoy the music. You take care and stay safe.
Most of the good oldies are from the 40,50,60 and 70. Those are the good old days of the music. Big bands, Andrew sisters, Bing Crosby, Frankie (old blue eyes), Dino, 5th Dimensions, Dionne Warwick, The Association, Glen Miller Big Band and I can keep going I am 76 and I was born in the 40's and some of the music I like was from my moms time and that was the 20 and 30. I would watch my family doing the fox trot and charlston. Sorry my sp isn't the best any more but I can give you more names if you want them. Yours Truely Karen Tupper