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favorite song from the 60s

Discussion in '60's Music' started by aerozep3207, Nov 27, 2011.

  1. aerozep3207

    aerozep3207 Senior Member

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    Probably the coolest song from the 60s that could be well received in todays
    music is "96 tears" from ? & the mysterians..It has that garage band sound as well as hitting your soul.:cheers2

    what's yours ??

    keep those model subways running :pimp:
    watch the closing doors :heheh:
     
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    LG Fade To Black

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    That's a hard question Aerozep...but one of my favorites is "Good Vibrations" by the Beach Boys, an all time classic to me anyway.
     
  3. Mr. Bob Dobolina

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    JUST ONE?! Next to impossible, but today I"ll go with my favorite song by my favorite band, "It's All Too Much" by the Beatles.
     
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    aerozep3207 Senior Member

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    I have always loved the songs of George Harrison - One of my favs has always been and still is "I Need You" from Help !
    As for the Beach Boys "Good Vibrations" is def a killer song - Second to that beauty is "Sloop John B"
    Picking just one song here is what makes this a thinking thread.....:omg:

    keep those model subways running - watch the closing doors.
     
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    Sunny Settling down at last

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    Too many to choose from but the one I would listen to most is Hey Joe - Jimi Hendrix
     
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    Sox Avoiding The Swan Song

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    This is a really hard and gets harder the more I think .. Here's a couple that jumped into my head.

    Here Comes The Sun - The Beatles
    Like A Rolling Stone - Bob Dylan
     
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    Favourite song?

    As in, singular song?

    that's like dividing by zero.
     
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    stepcousin stuck in the 70's

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    Hey Bulldog by The Beatles
    Tales Of Brave Ulysses by Cream
    The Wizzard by Black Sabbath

    man, I could name about 100 of my faves from the 60's and it wouldnt even scratch the surface. To me there's different kind of 60's: the first half up to '65 or '66 with bands like The Beach Boys and the Bristish Invasion bands (mods and such) and then there's the second half of the 60's like the ones I named above, the psychadelic and pre-heavy metal bands.
     
  9. aerozep3207

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    That's a surprise to hear someone mention the song "Hey Bulldog" by the Beatles. It's always been an obscure song that very seldom gets talked about and has ALWAYS been a fav of mine.Nice call Stepcousin....:pullhair:

    keep those model subway trains running - watch the closing doors.
     
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    Naming just one is impossible for me.
    Quite a few I don't even know the names of but I'll try to write a short list.

    Tales of Brave Ulyses (live version)
    Dharma for One (Jethro Tull)
    Cat's Squirrel (Jethro Tull)
    I only Have eyes for You
    Black Sabbath's first album
    Within you Without you
    Helter Skelter
    Love you Too
    Love or Confusion
    Voodoo Chile
    How Many more Times
    Hear my Train a comin
    Eight Miles High
    Scarborogh Fair


    etc

    Yeah, impossile task.
     

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