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This song is probably way overplayed, especially in movies, but I really enjoy hearing Spirit in the Sky by Norman Greenbaum.

https://youtu.be/AZQxH_8raCI



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I love a Girl Like YOu and I'm not in Love.
Lots of other good ones here too, many more great Beach Boy songs.
Dust in the Wind was not mentioned.


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"This song is probably way overplayed, especially in movies, but I really enjoy hearing Spirit in the Sky by Norman Greenbaum."

It's a crime that he didn't make a 12 inch , 45 r.p.m. , long version of
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Not a song reminds me more of my childhood more than Creams “Sunshine of your Love”. All I can recall is riding my red Schwin bike, my secret agent sunglasses on bombing around in my neighborhood in Danvers, Mass. Being a kid in the 60’s was the balls!!


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So many great songs in both those decades, needs a thread for each!




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Exactly what I thought of when I read the thread title.

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One of my favorites. Otis was taken way too early.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rTVjnBo96Ug
 
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Oh so many...so little bandwidth Frown




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Another from 1975.


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BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA Lawrence Welk had this song performed on his show, he had no idea what the song was about, and at the end he said it's a Modern Spiritual Song. <Cough Cough Ahem> lol giggle snort guffaw. Go to the orignal video link and read the comments.




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Clapton and Winwood together again to cover “Had to Cry Today,” from the 1969 Blind Faith album. All these years later, Steve Winwood’s voice is as electric as ever. Derek Trucks and Doyle Bramhall II in supporting roles.



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Clapton and Winwood together again to cover “Had to Cry Today,” from the 1969 Blind Faith album. All these years later, Steve Winwood’s voice is as electric as ever. Derek Trucks and Doyle Bramhall II in supporting roles.

And Chris Stainton, who has been with Clapton since 1979.
 
Winwood's voice is incredible, and he can make the Hammond B3 sing almost as well. Smile
 
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