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Def my favorite Doors song.




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Got a playlist rolling right now.
Gonna update this post as we go.
























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First post getting a bit long.





















Airpods are about to die so imma call it a night here.





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listen to the instrumentals in this one... nothing like it today...




Link to original video: https://youtu.be/cqZc7ZQURMs


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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Back in the day that piano intro was unmistakable, what a great tune!


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I was rearranging my iTunes playlists on the phone and came across another oldie goldie..




Oh yea, and also do you remember this one? I always find myself cranking this tune up if it comes on the car radio!




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The skit from the Drew Carey Show with that tune is priceless.



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Sweetwater - Motherless Child [1969] Live

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8P7fw9vGgv4



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BllH1H8EARI <------ remastered version worth a listen


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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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This topic can go on and on. Here's another oldie that was a favorite sing along from 67'..




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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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creslin, your list's of songs hits the nail on the head growing up, heard them all on the radio at the time they were at the top of the charts.


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I don't know about y'all, in my experience, chicks always loved them Lynyrd Skynyrd boys:


This one's always fun with the windows and top down:
 
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Bookers Bourbon
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How can Harry Chapin "Cat's in the Cradle " not be listed




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How can you not have some Righteous Brothers into this?



Dion has and still is one of my favorites. He is still kickin' it.




Gotta have a war protest song right?



And I'll throw this one in..



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I think for me the very first 'rock' song that I ever heard growing up was Ticket to Ride

so many artists, so many 'classic' songs but there are also a lot of one-hit wonders out there that made an impact on music
 
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