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The Monkees - Pleasant Valley Sunday (Alternate Stereo Mix, Enhanced Video)


One of the most influencial songs off one of the most influencial rock albums of all time- "Rising" by Rainbow. Ronnie James Dio- Vocals, Ritchie Blackmore-Guitars, Cozy Powell-Drums, Jimmy Bain- Bass and Tony Carey on Keyboards.

▶ The Turtles - It Ain't Me Babe (Shindig - Sep 30, 1965) - YouTube.  Saw them in San Antonio about 1968.

The Turtles were one of the more enjoyable American pop groups of the moving from folk-rock inspired by the Byrds to a sparkling fusion of Zombies-ins.

"Let's Spend the Night Together" is a song written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, and originally released by The Rolling Stones as a double A-sided single together with "Ruby Tuesday" in 1967. It also appeared as the opening track on the American version of their album Between the Buttons. It has been covered by various artists, most famously David Bowie in 1973. via Wikipedia

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Barry McGuire - Eve Of Destruction - Protest song written in

My sister's record that I heard over...and over...The Cowsills - the Rain,the Park & Other Things (edited from 2 performan...

the Cowsills - 1967 the Rain,the Park & Other Things (edited from 2 performan.

"Games People Play" - Joe South - 1969 and his fabulous US of A shaped guitar.Still on you tube as of 3/15/2015

"Games People Play" - Joe South - 1969 and his fabulous US of A shaped guitar.

James Taylor - You got a friend :: HQ :: The first part of the video is with James Taylor young then appears older.

James Taylor - BBC 1971 - You've Got A Friend (For My Boys. may they always sleep tight and know my heart sings for them)

Beach boys  - Sloop John B (+playlist) This is AWESOME of their arriving in London. So much cute video of the BOYS!!

Beach boys - Sloop John B. funny footage of Beach Boys Europe tour -- fans were almost as crazed as Beatles fans