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A little Jr. Walker
"Shotgun".

 
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Joe Cocker A LITTLE HELP FROM MY FRIENDS


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Archie Bell and the Drells

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What would the 60's and 70's be without the King, a couple from the 70's below...




Link to original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?...l=ElvisPresley-Topic




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Gerry Rafferty Baker Street and Right Down the Line come to mind although on the tail end of the decade.


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The Yardbirds - Heart Full of Soul



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It's impossible to pick "the best" from these decades, but here are a few good contenders.

For the '70s

Dylan - "Tangled Up In Blue" From Blood on the Tracks



Allman Brothers - "Jessica" from Brothers and Sisters



For the '80s

Rolling Stones - "Tops" from Tattoo You






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just about midnight

 
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cant forget this one for helloween




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Far from simple Hard Rock. Miles.



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Here's one that I enjoyed from around 1967 if I remember. Even the name of the band suggest the times...Even the lyrics, "A yardstick for lunatics" Big Grin




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Another early mention of Dylan...




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Here's another favorite Mama and Papas tune..boy I miss those feel good songs from early years.



And, another favorite from Patsy in early 61"



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Truthfully, I was never a big fan of The Doors, their first, self-titled album is the only one I own. Still...this is a cool song and it screams “1971.”



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