Youth protesting in the streets, open prejudice displayed against the poor and minorities, the environment threatened by corporate pollution, a generation gap widened by an old, hostile conservative establishment…nope, not talking about today, that was the 60’s and 70’s and…they’re back.

This weekend’s music thread takes us back to the soundtrack of the 60’s and 70’s, whether psychedelic, peace and love or protest songs, we’re sending the props back to that era from our very similar one.

Heartbreaker – Rolling Stones

Echoes – Pink Floyd

Heart of Gold – Neil Young

Sunshine of Your Love – Creem

A Whiter Shade of Pale – Procol Harum

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Simon and Garfunkel–A Simple Desultory Philippic;

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Simon and Garfunkel–The Dangling Conversation;

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Jefferson Airplane–Coming Back To Me;

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The James Gang–The Ashes, the Rain and I;

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The Doors–Light My Fire (long version);

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WWs2NrmYzPE

Great keyboard solo by Manzerak!

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Donovan–Sunshine Superman;

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Bob Dylan–Subterranean Homesick Blues;

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-J4O2-nsFBA

Ginsburg is lurking in the left side of the screen.

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Who can remember this classic Neil Young tune? Last Trip To Tulsa;

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Never heard the song.

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It wasn’t played much on the radio. Possible drug references. It’s a great acid tune.

“I woke up in the morning with an arrow through my nose, and I looked in the corner where an Indian was trying on my clothes.” Now that’s a trippy line.

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Definitely that

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And there is this landmark album;

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Sugarloaf–Green Eyed Lady;

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Pink Floyd–Wish You Were Here;

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Clapton–Layla;

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Cream–White Room;

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Blood Sweat and Tears–Spinning Wheel;

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