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Dylan wrote it in ‘67. The Band recorded it on their debut album, Music from Big Pink in 1968. This great live version is from The Last Waltz concert of 1976. In addition to The Band and Dylan...well, there’s a bunch of them




Link to original video: https://youtu.be/MjtPBjEz-BA


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Keeping the economy moving since 1964
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K13hH0pJx5s


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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.


heh... I was born in 79
Vast majority of these songs greatly pre-date me :P

I can still appreciate good music when I hear it though!





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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.




Sandy went on to form Fotheringay with Jerry Donahue, Trevor Lucas, Pat Donaldson, Gerry Conway and Sally Barker. This has become my favorite Sandy song along with Donahue's great guitar work.



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Simply beautiful, Blackmore. Thanks


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I was/am a huge fan of Gordon Lightfoot. From "If You Could Read My Mind", to "Don Quixote", to "Sundown", his songs rang true to the things I was experiencing in my late teens and early 20's during the 1970's. There's a great biography on Gordon that's available on Amazon Prime and other streaming media that's well worth watching. Damn, he's 81 now!!!! Eek

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ilybv2ZKOto

https://variety.com/2020/film/...d-review-1234721670/


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How 'bout some early 70s stuff?









..and one of the BEST bands in the 70s




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67 & 71



 
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Arguably Terry Kath's best solo..., starts at 1:57:



 
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Two of the most iconic supporting vocals in music history: Merry Clayton, “Gimme Shelter,” and Clare Torrey, “The Great Gig in the Sky.” Clare’s might be the only vocal that can be uttered in the same breath as Merry Clayton’s (IMHO).




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




Link to original video: https://youtu.be/mPGv8L3a_sY


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Lisa Fischer?



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Believe it or not, this was one of the songs played while on hold today..




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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

This one is a sort of precursor or forerunner to "psychedelic" rock.


The Count Five - "Psychotic Reaction"


Syndicate of Sound - "Little Girl"

Dig the suits and ties. Big Grin This was common in the '60s.
 
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Continuing … This one-hit wonder was one of the first "surf rock" tunes.


The Chantays - "Pipeline"
 
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Continuing … This one-hit wonder was one of the first "surf rock" tunes.

The Chantays - "Pipeline"

Big Grin Hilarious

The Leo Sayer perf was fun too


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