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"Going up the Country" - Canned Heat / WOODSTOCK '69

This video has actual Woodstock scenes. "Going up the Country" - Canned Heat / WOODSTOCK (+playlist)

U2 - Pride (In the Name of Love) [Slane Castle Version]

- Pride (In the Name of Love) [Slane castle version] ( 1984 ) Island Records.

The Buckinghams - Kind Of A Drag ~ Here's another group that a few hits in the 1960's and this one from '67.

Truly one of my fave songs thru high school, The Buckinghams - Kind Of A Drag. I saw them in concert on the University of Notre Dame campus, in my home town

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Next time, I'll just slide a Grateful Dead album across the table on the first date, wink, & say "Listen, if you like this." We have a problem if ya don't like the Dead!

The Association - Never My Love reached the Number # 2 position in September of '67....Yes I said 1967 and I'm not done yet, but getting close.

Never My Love by The Association Album: Insight Out Genre: POP Category: First Dance Wedding Songs

Makes both a microkorg and a blonde wig seem like a sensible investment.

Telepathe - So Fine

▶ THE SHIRELLES - Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow [ 60's Video In NEW STEREO ].mp4 - YouTube

Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow - The Shirelles (Top Rank) No. Music inspired from the film.

WILD HORSES By:The Rolling Stones -(ft Eddie Vedder)This is a great collaboration.Love it!

Eddie Vedder is the slightly warmed cream floating on top of Jagger's vocals taking the edge way off. The Rolling Stones & Eddie Vedder - Wild Horses - Live OFFICIAL

My daddy had a job which gave him the chance to play a closing song every night. A lady who knew/worked with my dad recently shared with me that he would play this song for closing every night and dedicate it to his baby girl Missy. That baby girl is me. I miss him. I can't wait to see him in paradise. ❤ Missy

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The official promo video for the Rolling Stones' 1976 single "Fool To Cry, which reached number 6 in the UK singles chart. The track features on the 1976 al.