This is from Young’s solo concert in Massey Hall, 1971. The song was first released, electrified, on the Buffalo Springfield album, Again, released in 1967.
Something a little different. British Folk-rock bsnd, Fairport Convention from 1969. Lead singer is the legendary, Sandy Denny. “Matty Groves” is a traditional English/Celtic folk song-—plugged in. Sandy Denny just did this one album with them, but what an album it was.
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Originally posted by just1tym: This topic can go on and on. Here's another oldie that was a favorite sing along from 67'..
Back in the early '80s I had just moved to California. One evening in '82 I was driving south from Yosemite on California State Route 41 towards Fresno. I had the radio on and tuned to a local station. The station had just played the song San Francisco. The station was also taking phone requests live on the air. A caller had just thanked them for 'playing his song'. The DJ then asked the caller what made it his song. The caller then responded that he was Scott McKenzie and he had just moved to Coarsegold. Sure as $hit, there I was in Coarsegold, the new home of Scott McKenzie listening to the song San Francisco . I find that very interesting.
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