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"The Ballad of Frankie Lee and Judas Priest" is a song on Bob Dylan's 1967 album John Wesley Harding.

The Mamas and the Papas - one of the very greatest groups of the '60's.

The Mamas and the Papas / 1966 I remember my mom playing this album when I was little, she loved mama Cass!

Gris-Gris is the debut album by Dr. John (Mac Rebennack). Produced by Harold Battiste, it was released on Atco Records in 1968. The musical style of Gris-Gris is a hybrid of New Orleans rhythm and blues and psychedelic rock.

Dr John the Night Tripper - Mama Roux (from the album "Gris Gris")

elton john album covers - Buscar con Google

1972 Honky Château lp "Honky Cat" "Mellow" " I Think I'm Going to Kill Myself" "Susie (Dramas)" "Rocket Man (I Think It's Going to Be a Long, Long Time)" "Salvation" "Slave" "Amy" "Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters" "Hercules"

Buddy Guy / Eric Clapton / Johnny Winter / Jimmy Vaughan / Robert Cray / Hubert Sumlin   Sweet Home Chicago 2011

Buddy Guy / Eric Clapton / Johnny Winter / Jimmy Vaughan / Robert Cray / Hubert Sumlin Sweet Home Chicago 2011 I love the blues.

Elton John: Friends. Didn't know this existed until my mother-in-law gave us this record.  Almost got teary eyed listening to it and thinking about being young and in love.

Elton John…check out the shades…the coolest details are retro back to the for the details.that make the difference in your style…not to mention the good tunes, rock stars and movies…cheers!

SFP follows the adventures of a young middle-class American with super-strength, invincibility and a crippling sense of social injustice.

Strong Female Protagonist is a super hero story about Mega Girl- a teenager with super strength- and her world. Updates Tuesday and Friday

100 Best Albums of the Eighties:  Traveling Wilburys, 'Traveling Wilburys Volume 1' | Rolling Stone

100 Best Albums of the Eighties

Traveling Wilburys - Volume One legendary rockers undercover: George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison, Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne

Arlo Guthrie's “Alice’s Restaurant” - the classic album often played on radio stations at Noon on Thanksgiving Day.

Alice's Restaurant - Arlo Guthrie - Original 1967 Recording No Thanksgiving is complete without hearing about the massacree.

This is what I meant to get last time, instead I ended up with a mop o' curls. I'm biding my time...

new Norah Jones - Happy Pills (prod: Danger Mouse)