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  "My Girl" (Smokey Robinson/Ronald White) (rec. Sept.25, Nov. 10 & 17,

1964/rel. Dec.21, 1964), "Get Ready" (Smokey Robinson) (rec. Dec.5, Dec.9, and

Dec.29, 1965/rel. Feb.7, 1966), and "Just My Imagination (Running Away with Me)"

(Norman Whitfield/Barrett Strong) (rec. Nov.24, 1970 and Dec.3, 1970/rel. Jan.14,

1971) The Temptations with the Funk Brothers

  "Linus and Lucy" (Vince Guaraldi) (rec. Oct., 1964/rel. Dec., 1965)

The Vince Guaraldi Trio "A Charlie Brown Christmas" (TV show broadcast

Dec.9, 1965)

  "Downtown" (Tony Hatch) Petula Clark (rec. Oct.16, 1964/rel. Nov., 1964)

  "Every Day I Have The Blues" (Memphis Slim) (rec. Nov.21, 1964/rel. 1965),

"Sweet Little Angel" (Riley King/Jules Taub) (same), "The Thrill Is Gone"

(Rick Darnell, Roy Hawkins; LP has Arthur H [Art] Benson, Dale Pettite) (rec.

June, 1969/rel. Dec., 1969), "Let the Good Times Roll" (Sam Theard,

Fleecie Moore) (rel. 1976) B.B. King (born Riley B. King)\

  "Pass Me By" (Carolyn Leigh/Cy Coleman) Digby Wolfe as heard in "Father Goose"

(film rel. Dec.10, 1964)

  "Zorbas" (Mikis Theodorakis) "Zorba the Greek" (film US rel. Dec.16, 1964)

  "Mr. Tambourine Man" (Bob Dylan) (rec. Jan.20, 1965/rel. April 12, 1965) The Byrds

(with The Wrecking Crew) and "Turn! Turn! Turn!" (Pete Seeger/Ecclesiastes) (rec.

Sept.1, 10, 14–16, 1965/rel. Oct.1, 1965) The Byrds!_Turn!_Turn!

  "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag" (James Brown) (rec. Feb, 1965/rel. June 1965),

and "Sex Machine" (James Brown/Bobby Byrd/Ron Lenhoff) (rec. April 25, 1970/

rel. July, 1970) James Brown

  "Catch the Wind" (rec. March 1965/US rel. 1965), "Sunshine Superman" (rec.

Dec.1965/rel. July 1, 1966), and "Atlantis" (rec. May 1968/US rel. March 1969),

(Donovan) Donovan aka Donovan Leitch

  "Butterball" (Mike Henderson), "Lollipops and Roses" (Tony Velona) (rec. 1965/rel.
April, 1965), "Tijuana Taxi" (Ervan Coleman), "And the Angels Sing" (Ziggy Elman/
Johnny Mercer), "I'm Getting Sentimental Over You" (Ned Washington/GeorgeBassman),
"Spanish Flea" (Julius Wechter), "Mae" (Riz Ortolani), "3rd Man Theme" (Anton Karas),
"Zorba the Greek" (Mikis Theodorakis) (rel. Oct., 1965), "So What's New?" (John
Pisano) (rel. May 9, 1966), "The Work Song" (Nat Adderley and Oscar Brown, Jr.), and
"Casino Royale" (Hal David/Burt Bacharach) (rec. 1967/rel. May 1, 1967) Herb Albert
and the Tijuana Brass (with The Wrecking Crew)

  "In The Midnight Hour" (Wilson Pickett/Steve Cropper) (rec. May 12, 1965/rel.

June 1965), "Land of a Thousand Dances" (Chris Kenner) (rel. Oct., 1962),

"Mustang Sally" (Mack Rice) (rel. 1966), and "Funky Broadway" (Arlester "Dyke"

Christian) (rel. 1967) Wilson Pickett

  "King of the Road," "In the Summertime" (and "Ya'll Come"), "You Can't Roller-

skate in a Buffalo Herd," "Engine Engine Number Nine," "Chug-a-Lug," "Kansas City

Star," and "England Swings" (Roger Miller) "Golden Hits" (rel. 1965) Roger Dean


  "We Gotta Get out of This Place" (Barry Mann/Cynthia Weil) (rec. June 15,

1965/US rel. Aug., 1965) The Animals

  "Like a Rolling Stone" (rec. June 15 to 16, 1965/rel. July 20, 1965), "Ballad of a

Thin Man" (rec. Aug.2, 1965/rel. Aug.30, 1965), "Desolation Row" (rec. Aug.4, 1965/

rel. Aug.30, 1965), "Visions of Johanna" (rec. Feb.14, 1966/rel. June 20, 1966),

"Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands" (rec. Feb.16, 1966/rel. June 20, 1966), "Tonight

I'll be Staying Here with You" (rec. Feb.17, 1969/rel. Oct., 1969), "I Shall Be

Released" (rel. July 1, 1968), and "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go" (rec.

Sept.17, 1974/rel. Jan., 1975) (Bob Dylan) Robert Allen Zimmerman aka Bob Dylan
     "I Can't Leave Her Behind" (Bob Dylan) (1966)
        "Forever Young" (Jim Cregan/Kevin Savigar/Bob Dylan/Rod Stewart) (rel. July 3,
       1988) Rod Stewart
          "Charles in Charge" (Michael Jacobs/Al Burton/David Kurtz) (TV March 17,
          2011) "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" Jimmy Fallon's Bob Dylan impression

  The Rat Pack  "The Frank Sinatra Spectacular"--a live fundraiser for

Dismas House (June 20, 1965)  Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr.,

Johnny Carson as the M.C., and the Count Basie Orchestra conducted by

Quincy Jones with Ken Lane for Dean Martin and George Rhodes for Sammy

Davis, Jr.

  Dean Martin "Send Me the Pillow that you Dream On" (Hank Locklin), "King of

the Road" (Roger Miller), "Everybody Loves Somebody" (Sam Coslow/Irving

Taylor/Ken Lane), "Volare" (Domenico Modugno/Franco Migliacci/Domenico Modugno),

 "On an Evening in Roma" (Alessandro Taccani/Nan Frederics/

Umberto Bertini), "You're Nobody till Somebody Loves You" (Russ Morgan/Larry

Stock/James Cavanaugh)

  Sammy Davis, Jr. "My Shining Hour" (Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer), "Who Can I

Turn To?" (Anthony Newley/Leslie Bricusse), "I've Got You Under My Skin"

(Cole Porter), "You Came a Long Way From St. Louis" (John Benson Brooks/Bob

Russell), "Hit the Road Jack" (Percy Mayfield), "What'd I Say" (Ray Charles),

"You Are My Sunshine" (Jimmie Davis/Charles Mitchell), "Bee-Bom" (John

Worsley), "One for My Baby" (Harold Arlen/Johnny Mercer)

  Frank Sinatra "Get Me to the Church On Time" (Frederick Loewe/Alan Jay

Lerner), "Fly Me to the Moon" (Bart Howard), "Luck be a Lady" (Frank Loesser),

"I Only Have Eyes for You" (Harry Warren), "I've Got You Under My Skin" (Cole

Porter), "Please Be Kind" (Saul Chaplin/Sammy Cahn), "You Make Me Feel So

Young" (Josef Myrow/Mack Gordon), "My Kind of Town" (Sammy Cahn/Jimmy Van


  Sammy Davis, Jr., Frank Sinatra, Johnny Carson, and Dean Martin "Happy

Birthday" (Patty Hill/Mildred J. Hill) and "The Birth of the Blues" (Ray

Henderson/Buddy DeSylva/Lew Brown) (born John Worsley)
      "That's Life" (Dean Kay/Kelly Gordon) Frank Sinatra (rec. Oct.18, 1966/
      rel. Nov.18, 1966)

  GTW lecture:

  This is getting into a period of organized crime people that knew Frank Sinatra,

or rock stars like John Lennon and George Harrison, etc., financing them for their

harder drugs.  People who belonged to organized crime.  They were into extortion,

hurting, killing, and they didn't care--they probably hoped they could do worse to

get more tax-free money.  You never give those people a nickel.  You can't just go

by the friendliness of the low end salespeople.  Remember their victims.  Briefly,

try to maintain an inner moral compass to never belong to such a group or give

anyone that belongs to it a nickel--even if you have to go homeless.  Never.

  Donut Operator
      "How to Reform the Police (LegalEagle’s Law Review)" by LegalEagle
  "How Cops Get Away With Murder: Qualified Immunity (LegalEagle’s Law Review)" by
      Donut Operator is an ex-cop.  I'm interested in the camcorder evidence shown in
    the "liar liar" segment of his YouTube playlist.
      Here's my little thought on the topic:
      - There is racism--it's junk science that's caused needless harm (like misogyny,
    homophobia, etc.).  A PEW poll a few years ago showed about half out there are
    racist (I'm rounding numbers and generalizing)--an unfortunate degree.
      - When people of whatever color are caught acting badly, even criminally, they
    may lie that something else is the problem.  Criminals are liars about that--it
    often goes with the territory.  If black, they may try that the accuser is racist.
      It makes for a good case, if we want reform, to increase the use of camcorders--
    body and vehicle cams (preferably with video and audio) etc.  That should ha
    broad agreement.  Get the facts right first then have your judgments and
    feelings.  If you try it the other way around, things can get confused.
      (In organized crime, as in trial by rumor, all agree to the same lie so the whole
    group gets away with it.  It's not to be mistaken for something proven true or
    reputable.  Think of some of our presidential elections....)

     "Mental health minute: Police training for mental health crises" by KHOU 11 (Sept.
   22, 2020)  Of the nation's roughly 18,000 police departments, only about 3,000 get
   specialized training in handling mental health crisis calls.
    For example, see the video at the next link.  The suspect acts like a four year old
  throwing a major tantrum.  They're made fun of like they're simply a drunk.  But just
  getting drunk doesn't usually cause someone to act like that.  They seem to me to be
  someone who's trying to get drunk (or take recreational drugs) to self=medicate
  instead of taking their proper meds/therapy.

  "National Brotherhood Week" and "Pollution" (Tom Lehrer) "The Vatican Rag"

(Tom Lehrer based on the 1910 "Spaghetti Rag" by Lyons and Yosco) Tom Lehrer

in the TV series "That Was the Week That Was" (rec. July, 1965/US rel. 1965)

  "Hang On Sloopy" (Wes Farrell/Bert Russell) (rec. 1965/rel. July 1965) The

McCoys (with Rick Derringer)

  "Wipe Out" (Bob Berryhill/Pat Connolly/Jim Fuller/Ron Wilson) and

"Beat From Another World" (Sandy Nelson) (rel. 1965) Sandy Nelson

("Teen Beat '65")

  "I Can't Turn You Loose" (Otis Ray Redding Jr.) (rel. 1965) and "Try a Little

Tenderness" (Jimmy Campbell/Reg Connelly//Harry M. Woods) (rec. 1966/rel. Nov.14,

1966) Otis Redding

  "She's Just My Style" (Al Capps/Thomas Lesslie "Snuff" Garrett/Gary

Lewis/Leon Russell) (rel. 1965) Gary Lewis & the Playboys

  (I'll hazard a subjective reaction--the 'cordeen makes the whole song.)

  "I Got You Babe" (rec. 1965/rel. July 9, 1965) and "The Beat Goes On" (rec.

1966/rel. Jan., 1967) (Sonny Bono) Sonny & Cher (with The Wrecking Crew, such as

Hal Blaine on drums for "I Got You Babe" and Carol Kaye on bass for "The Beat

Goes On")

  "California Dreamin'" (John Phillips, Michelle Phillips) (rec. Nov.4, 1965/

rel. Dec.8, 1965), "Monday Monday" (John Phillips) (rec. Dec.16, 1965/rel.

March 1966), and "Do You Wanna Dance" (Bobby Freeman) (rec. 1965–1966/rel. Feb.

28, 1966) The Mamas & the Papas (with The Wrecking Crew),_Monday
      "Dream a Little Dream of Me" (Fabian Andre/Wilbur Schwandt/Gus Kahn) (rel.
      June 1968) Mama Cass with the Mamas and the Papas

  "You Didn't Have to Be So Nice" (Steve Boone/John Sebastian) (rel. Nov.13,

1965), "Daydream," (rec. 1966/rel. Feb.19, 1966), "Lovin' You" (rec. 1966/rel.

Nov., 1966) and "Do You Believe in Magic" (John Sebastian) (rec. June, 1965/rel.

July 20, 1965) The Lovin' Spoonful

  "These Boots Are Made For Walkin'" (Lee Hazlewood) (rec. Nov.19, 1965/rel.

Dec., 1965) Nancy Sinatra (with The Wrecking Crew notably Chuck Berghofer on

double bass)

  "Cloudy" (Paul Simon/Bruce Woodley) and "The 59th Street Bridge Song," (rec.

Dec.1965 to Aug. 1966/rel. Oct.10, 1966), "America" (rec. Feb.1, 1968/rel.

April 3, 1968), and "Bridge Over Troubled Water" (rec. Nov.9, 1969/rel. Jan.

20, 1970) and "Cecelia" (rec. Nov.2, 1969/rel. April 20, 1970) (Paul Simon)

Simon & Garfunkel (with The Wrecking Crew)
      "America" Bernie Sanders
         The Hill's Rising with Krystal & Saagar
      "Noam Chomsky on the Primary, Plus Biden's Lies Dissected | Useful Idiots"
      by Rolling Stone,_Sage,_Rosemary_and_Thyme

  "Good Lovin'" (Rudy Clark/Arthur Resnick) (rec. Feb.1, 1966/rel. Feb.21, 1966),
"Groovin'" (rec. March 27, 1967/rel. April 10, 1967), "How Can I Be Sure" (rel.
Aug.28, 1967), "A Beautiful Morning" (rel. March 1, 1968), and "People Got to Be
Free" (Felix Cavaliere/Eddie Brigati) (rec. May 14, 1968/rel. July 1, 1968) The
     "Good Lovin'" (Rudy Clark, Arthur Resnick) The Young Rascals "The Ed Sullivan Show"
     (March 20, 1966)
        "Groovin'" Kenny Rankin (1976)

  "Barefootin'" (Robert Parker) Robert Parker (1966)
     "Barefootin'" (Robert Parker) Johnny Winter (rel. June 8, 1991)
        JW: a 1963 Gibson Firebird V

  "Batman Theme" (rel. 1966) and "The Odd Couple" (film rel. May 2, 1968)

(Neal Hefti)

  The Beatles "Nowhere Man" (live 1966) Clip from The Beatles Anthology, episode 5

  "Knock on Wood" (Eddie Floyd/Steve Cropper) (rec. 1966/rel. Sept., 1966)

Eddie Floyd

  "Papa Gene's Blues" (Michael Nesmith) (rec. July, 1966/rel. Oct.10, 1966) (The

Wikipedia article on The Monkees first album lists six guitar players for that

song; I don't know which guitar player it is except it isn't Mike Nesmith), "I'm

a Believer" (Neil Diamond) (rec. June to Nov., 1966/rel. Jan.9, 1967), and "Day-

dream Believer" (John Stewart) (rec. June 14, 1967 and Aug.9, 1967/rel. Oct.25,

1967) The Monkees

  "Mercy, Mercy, Mercy" (Joe Zawinul) Cannonball Adderley (rec. Oct.20, 1966/

  rel. 1966)

  "Status Back Baby" and "Brown Shoes Don't Make It" (rec. Nov., 1966/rel.May 26,

1967) and "What's the Ugliest Part of Your Body?," "Take Your Clothes Off When

You Dance," and "What's the Ugliest Part of Your Body? (Reprise)" (Frank Zappa)

(rec. March to Oct., 1967/rel. March 4, 1968) Frank Zappa and the Mothers of


  "Penny Lane" (rec. Dec.29, 1966 to Jan 17, 1967/rel. Feb.13, 1967),  "I Am The

Walrus" (rec. Sept.5, 6, 27, and 29 1967/rel. Nov.24, 1967), "Revolution" (rec.

July 9–13, 1968/rel. Aug.26, 1968), and "Hey Jude" (rec. July 31 and Aug.1, 1968)

(Lennon/McCartney) The Beatles,
      Kenny Rankin "Penny Lane" on "Silver Morning" (1974)
      The opening guitar for "Revolution" (Lennon/McCartney) is basically the opening
      guitar for "Do Unto Others" (D. Bartholomew) Pee Wee Crayton (1954).
      "10 Beatles Hits That 'Rip Off' Other Songs" by David Bennett Piano (April 8,
         "How Paul McCartney Played Guitar - Mother Nature's Son" by TimSandals
            An early attempt at "I Will" (Lennon/McCartney) (1968?)
               John imitates Yoko
                  Argument with context The Beatles "Let It Be" (rel. May 13, 1970 USA)

  "Happy Together" (Alan Gordon/Garry Bonner) (rel. Feb., 1967), "She'd Rather

Be With Me" (1967), (Garry Bonner/Alan Gordon), and "Guide for the Married Man"

(John Williams/Leslie Bricusse) ("Systems universal from Pittsburgh to Japan")

(film rel. May 25, 1967) The Turtles

  "On the Way Home" Buffalo Springfield (w/Neil Young) (rec. Feb., 1967 to

April, 1968/rel. July 30, 1968), "Cinnamon Girl" (rec. Jan. and March, 1969/

rel. May 14, 1969) and "Heart of Gold" (rec. Feb.6–7, 1971/US rel. Jan., 1972)

(Neil Young) Neil Percival Young
      "On The Way Home" and "Tell Me Why" (Neil Young) Neil Young (1971)

  "Tryin' to Stay 'Live" (Leon Russell/Marc Benno) (rec. Feb., 1967 to April,

1969/rel. Nov.15, 1971) Leon Russell and Marc Benno, "Roll Away the Stone" (Leon

Russell/Greg Dempsey) (rec. Sept., 1969 to Jan., 1970/US rel. March 23, 1970)

Leon Russell, and "Crystal Closet Queen" (dedicated to Little Richard) (rec.

Aug.23 to 26, Sept., Dec.23, 1970, and Jan. 1971/rel. May 3, 1971) Leon Russell

and the Shelter Pe

  "A Whiter Shade of Pale" (Gary Brooker/Keith Reid/Matthew Fisher) (rec. April,

1967/rel. May 12, 1967) and "A Souvenir Of London" (Gary Brooker/Keith Reid)

(rel. March, 1973) Procol Harum

  "Sunday Will Never Be the Same" (Terry Cashman/Gene Pistilli and borrows

an interlude from the French carol "Les Anges Dans Nos Campagnes") (rec. April

13, 1967/rel. April 1967), "Lazy Day" (George Fischoff/Tony Powers) (rel. Oct.,

1967), and "Like to Get to Know You" (Stuart Scharf) (rec. 1968/rel. March 1968)

Spanky and Our Gang
  The category "easy listening" is slippery--it could imaginably refer to many pop
songs that have strings or backup vocal sweetener.  So the position here for the
definition is a bit arbitrary.

  "Theme from Mission: Impossible" (Lalo Schifrin) (TV version 1967?)
      Iko Iko" (James Crawford/Barbara Hawkins/Rosa Hawkins/Joan Johnson) Zap Mama
      "Theme from Mission: Impossible" (Lalo Schifrin) Limp Bizkit
      "Mission Impossible 2"
  "Theme from Mission: Impossible" (Lalo Schifrin) Adam Clayton and
  Larry Mullen Jr.

  "Sunshine Of Your Love" (Jack Bruce/Eric Clapton) (rec. April to May 1967/LP

rel. Nov.1967) and "Crossroads" (Robert Johnson) (rec. March 10, 1968/rel. Aug.

1968) Cream (with Eric Clapton, Jack Bruce, and Ginger Baker)

  "White Summer" (derived from the folk song "She Moved Through the Fair" as

played in a 1963 version by Davy Graham, which he in turn credited to Padraic

Colum.  On the LP "Little Games" it's credited in oligarchal fashion to just

Jimmy Page) (rec. April 28 to 29, 1967/rel. July 24, 1967), "Little Games"

(Harold Spiro/Phil Wainman) (rec. March 5, 1967/rel. July 10 or July 24, 1967),

"Smile on Me" (Chris Dreja/Jim McCarty/Jimmy Page/Keith Relf) (rec. March 5 and

April 29 to May 1, 1967/rel. July 10 or July 24, 1967), and "Tinker, Tailor,

Soldier, Sailor" (Jimmy Page/Jim McCarty) (same) The Yardbirds (with Jimmy Page)

  "Windy" (Ruthann Friedman) (rec. 1967/rel. May 1, 1967) Craig Ferguson/Nigel

Wick mimes to a bit of the song played on a harp on "The Drew Carey Show" of

Feb.16, 2000.  Then the song by The Association (with Hal Blaine on drums) and

clips from "The Drew Carey Show" are used for a fan video (?).

  "Cold Sweat (Parts 1 and 2)" (James Brown/Alfred Ellis) (rec. May, 1967) and

"Living in America" (Dan Hartman/Charlie Midnight) (rel. Dec., 1985) James Brown

  "All Together Now" (Lennon–McCartney) The Beatles (rec. May 12, 1967/rel. Jan.13, 1969)

  "Alone Again Or" (Bryan MacLean) (rec. Sept.10, 1967/rel. Nov.1, 1967), "Live

And Let Live" (rec. Aug.11, 1967/rel. Nov.1, 1967) (Arthur Lee), and

"Andmoreagain" (Arthur Lee) (rec. June 9, 12, and Aug.11, 1967/rel. Nov.1, 1967)

Love  "Andmoreagain" features the Wrecking Crew's Billy Strange (guitar), Don

Randi (piano), Hal Blaine (drums), and Carol Kaye (bass guitar).

  "The Forever Changes Concert" Love, the Royal Festival Hall, England

(rec. Jan.15, 2003/rel. 2003, 2007, and 2009)

  "Killing Floor" (Chester Burnett a.k.a. Howlin' Wolf), "Wine" (Billy Joe Shine)

(with Mike Bloomfield on guitar) (rec. July, 1967 to Jan., 1968/rel. March, 1968),

and "Sunny" (Bobby Hebb) (with Buddy Miles on drums and vocal) (rel. 1968) The

Electric Flag

  "Murder in My Heart for the Judge" and "Can't Be So Bad" (Jerry Miller/

Don Stevenson) Moby Grape (Jerry Miller guitar) "Just Like Gene Autry: A

Foxtrot" (written and sung by Alexander "Skip" Spence and featuring Arthur

Godfrey) (rec. Aug.30, 1967 to Feb.5, 1968/rel. April 3, 1968) Moby Grape

Gene Autry/Motorcycle Irene demo by "Skip" (1968)

  "Little Wing" (rec. Oct.25 and 28, 1967/US rel. Jan.15, 1968), "Foxy Lady" (Jimi

Hendrix) (Miami Pop Festival rec. May 18, 1968/rel. Nov.5, 2013), "All Along The

Watchtower" (Bob Dylan) (rec. Jan., June to Aug., 1968/US

rel. Sept.21, 1968) Jimi Hendrix, and "Villanova Junction" (rec. Mon., Aug.18, 1969/

rel. May 11, 1970) (Jimi Hendrix) Jimi Hendrix/Gypsy Sun & Rainbows

  "The Intro and The Outro" (Viv Stanshall--similar to Duke Ellington's "C Jam

Blues") (rel. Oct., 1967), "Hello Mabel" (Neil Innes) (rel. Nov., 1968), "Jollity

Farm" (Leslie Sarony) (rel. Oct., 1967), "Release Me" (Eddie Miller/Robert Yount/

James Pebworth as Dub Williams) performed by Roger Ruskin Spear (in what

sounds like a tribute to Spike Jones) (1972?), "Mr. Apollo" (Neil Innes/Viv

Stanshall) (US rel. June 9, 1969), "Hunting Tigers out in India" (Robert

Hargreaves/Stanley Damerell/Tolchard Evans) (same), and "Button Up Your Overcoat"

(Ray Henderson/B. G. DeSylva/Lew Brown) (rel. Oct., 1966) The Bonzo Dog Doo Dah


  "Born to Be Wild" (Mars_Bonfire) (rec. fall 1967/rel. Jan.29, 1968), "The

Pusher" (Hoyt Axton) (same), and "Magic Carpet Ride" (Rushton Moreve/John Kay)

(rec. 1968/rel. Oct., 1968) Steppenwolf "I'm Moving On" (Clarence E. Snow aka

Hank Snow) (rel. 1972) John Kay

  "Gentle On My Mind" (John Hartford) Glen Campbell "Ryman Country Homecoming 1
(A Gathering Of Country Music Legends)" (orig.1967/live 1999)
      "Galveston" (Jimmy Webb) Glen Travis Campbell (2001)

"Grazing In The Grass" (Philemon Hou) (rec. March 12, 1968/rel. May 1968) Hugh


  "Mony Mony" (Tommy James/Bo Gentry/Ritchie Cordell/Bobby Bloom) Bruce Springsteen

(March, 1968 song performed May 14, 2009)

  "Classical Gas" (Mason Williams) (rel. April, 1968) Mason Williams (with

The Wrecking Crew)

  "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" (Doug Ingle) (rec. May 27, 1968/rel. June 14, 1968) Iron


  "Circle Game: Joni Mitchell's Response to Neil Young" by Polyphonic

"Sugar Mountain" (rec. Nov.10, 1968/rel. Feb.21, 1969) (Neil Young) Neil Young and

"The Circle Game" (Joni Mitchell) (rec. 1969–1970/rel. April, 1970) Roberta Joan

"Joni" Mitchell

  "Everybody's Talkin'" (Fred Neil) (rel. 1968), "Me and My Arrow" (rel. Dec.,

1970), "Driving Along" (rec. Jan. to June 1971/rel. Nov., 1971), and "Jump into

the Fire" (same) (Harry Nilsson) Harry Nilsson aka Harry Edward Nilsson III

  "I Got A Line On You" (Randy California) (rel. 1968)
      "Nature's Way" (Randy California) and "Mr. Skin" (Jay Ferguson) (rec.
      April to Oct., 1970/rel. Nov.27, 1970) Spirit

  "Sing a Simple Song" (rec. 1968/rel. 1968), "Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf

Agin)" (rec. 1969/rel. Dec., 1969), "I Want to Take You Higher" (rec. 1969/rel.

1969), and "If You Want Me to Stay" (Sly Stone born Sylvester Stewart) (rec. 1973/

rel. 1973) Sly and the Family Stone
      "Rhythm Nation" (Janet Jackson/James Harris III/Terry Lewis) (rec. Jan., 1989/
      rel. Oct., 24, 1989) Janet Jackson

  "Don't Rain on My Parade" (Bob Merrill/Jule Styne) Barbra Streisand

"Funny Girl" (film rel. Sept.18, 1968)

  "Ramblin' Gamblin Man" (Bob Seger) (rec. 1968/rel. Oct., 1968) The Bob Seger

      "The Fire Down Below" (Bob Seger) (rel. Oct., 22, 1976)
  "Sunspot Baby" (Bob Seger) (same) Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band

  "For Once in My Life" (Ron Miller, Orlando Murden) (rel. Oct.15, 1968), "Signed,
Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours" (Stevie Wonder, Lee Garrett, Syreeta Wright, Lula Mae
Hardaway) (rel. June 3, 1970), "Heaven Help Us All" (Ron Miller) (Sept.29, 1970),
Stevie Wonder,_Sealed,_Delivered_I%27m_Yours

  "Touch Me" (Robby Krieger) (rec. Nov.14, 20 to 21 1968/rel. Dec., 1968) and

"Roadhouse Blues" (The Doors) (rec. Nov. 4–5, 1969/rel. Feb., 1970) The Doors

  "More and More" (Vee Pee Smith/Don Juan) (rec. Oct.15, 1968/rel. Dec.11, 1968),

"Spinning Wheel" (David Clayton-Thomas) (rec. Oct.9, 1968/Dec.11, 1968), "You Made

Me So Very Happy" (Berry Gordy Jr./Brenda Holloway/Patrice Holloway/Frank Wilson)

(rec. Oct.16, 1968/rel. Dec.11, 1968), and "Hi-De-Ho" (Carole King/Gerry Goffin)

(rel. June 1970) Blood, Sweat & Tears,_Sweat_%26_Tears_%28Blood,_Sweat_%26_Tears_album%29,_Sweat_%26_Tears

  "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" (Burt Bacharach/Hal David) (written 1968/rel.

Dec.15, 1969) Dionne Warwick
      "Arthur's Theme (Best That You Can Do)" (Christopher Cross/Burt Bacharach/
      Carole Bayer Sager/Peter Allen) (rec. 1981/rel. Aug.14, 1981) Christopher
      Cross ("Arthur" rel. July 17, 1981)

  "Proud Mary" (rec. Oct., 1968/rel. Jan.5, 1969), "Green River" (rec. March to

June, 1969/rel. Aug.3, 1969), "Travelin Band" and "Up Around The Bend" (rec.

June, 1970/rel. July 16, 1970) (John Fogerty) Creedence Clearwater Revival

  "Soulful Strut" (Eugene Record/Sonny Sanders) (rec. 1968/rel. Feb., 1969)

Young-Holt Unlimited

  "It's Your Thing" (Ronald Isley/O'Kelly Isley, Jr./Rudolph Isley) (rec. Jan.,

1969/rel. Feb.16, 1969) The Isley Brothers

  "Gimme Shelter" (rec. Feb.23 and Nov.2, 1969/rel. Dec.5, 1969), "Honky Tonk Women"

(rec. June, 1969/rel. July 4, 1969), and "All Down the Line" (rec. Dec., 1971 to

March, 1972/rel. July 15, 1972) (Jagger/Richards) The Rolling Stones
      "Gimme Shelter" in Martin Scorsese's films
      Keith Richards: "Cousin Minnie says, "How dee-licious." (Dec.6, 1970)
      What Happened to Minnie Pearl’s Chicken?
      How to play "Honky Tonk Women" (rec. June, 1969/rel.July 4, 1969)
      How to play "Brown Sugar" (orig. rec. Dec.2 to 4, 1969/rel. April 16, 1971)
      on guitar by Shutup & Play - guitar tutorials
        "Brown Sugar" (Jagger/Richards) The Rolling Stones w/Bobby Keys (rec.
        Dec.2–4, 1969/rel. April 16, 1971)
    "Back In The U.S.A." (Chuck Berry) Chuck Berry, Linda Ronstadt, Keith Richards
    (in the key of G) (rec. Oct.16, 1987)!_Hail!_Rock_%27n%27_Roll

  "Let's Go Get Stoned" (Nickolas Ashford/Valerie Simpson/Josephine Armstead)
Ray Charles w/Billy Preston (rec. 1968 or 1969 "It's a Blues Thing: Live")

  "If My Friends Could See Me Now" (Cy Coleman/Dorothy Fields) Shirley MacLaine

"Sweet Charity" (film rel. April 1, 1969)

  "Then Came Bronson" (George Duning) (1969) and "Long Lonesome Highway" (James

Richard Hendricks) (1970) Michael Parks and a 1969 XLH 900cc Harley-Davidson


  "Something in the Air" 2nd version (Speedy Keen) Thunderclap Newman (rel. May, 1969)

  "Sugar, Sugar" (Andy Kim/Jeff Barry) (rec. 1969/rel. May 24 and July, 1969)

The Archies,_Sugar

  "Sweet Caroline" (Neil Diamond) (rel. May 28, 1969) Neil Diamond

  "Folsom Prison Blues" (Johnny Cash), "Wreck of the Old 97" (G. B. Grayson,

Henry Whitter), "San Quentin" (Johnny Cash), and "Jackson" (Billy Edd

Wheeler/Jerry Leiber) (with June Carter Cash) (all live at San Quentin)

Johnny Cash (rec. Feb.24, 1969/rel. June 16, 1969)

  "Whole Lotta Love" (John Bonham/Willie Dixon/John Paul Jones/Jimmy Page/

Robert Plant--the original credit just listed members of Led Zeppelin since

apparently they didn't think they had enough stolen money to give to

organized crime for their drugs) (rec. May, 1969/rel. Nov.7, 1969), "The

Lemon Song" (John Bonham/Chester Burnett a.k.a. Howlin' Wolf/John Paul Jones/

Jimmy Page/Robert Plant--as before, the original credits just listed members

of Led Zeppelin, etc.--in contrast see "Killing Floor" by The Electric Flag

above) (rec. 1969/rel. Oct.22, 1969), "The Rain Song" (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant)

(rec. 1972/rel. March 28, 1973), and "Kashmir" (John Bonham/JimmyPage/Robert

Plant) (rec. 1974/rel. Feb.24, 1975) Led Zeppelin
      "Rock and Roll (Remaster)" by Led Zeppelin (orig. rec. 1971/rel. Feb.21, 1972)
      (My response to a post claiming the drum intro to "Rock and Roll" by Led
      Zeppelin created something eterenal):
      Drum intro: "Keep A-Knockin' (But You Can't Come In)" Little Richard 1957
      This could take too long.  Just research the following:
         "Gilligan's Island (Stairway)"/"Stairway to Gilligan's Island" (rec. March,
         1978/ rel. May, 1978) Little Roger and the Goosebumps
  How the drums were recorded for "When The Levee Breaks" (John Bonham/
John Paul Jones/Memphis Minnie/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant), the guitar for
"The Rain Song" (Jimmy Page/Robert Plant), etc.
      "Stairway to Heaven (UNCAGED)" by Frank Maglio Tico & the Man (March 23, 2021)

  "Proud Mary" (John Fogerty) (rec. 1969/rel. 1969) and "Nutbush City Limits"

(Tina Turner) (rel. Aug., 1973) Ike & Tina Turner "Whole Lotta Love" (John

Bonham/Willie Dixon/John PaulJones/Jimmy Page/Robert Plant) (rec. 1975/rel.

Aug., 1975) Tina Turner

  "Compared to What" (Gene McDaniels) Les McCann and Eddie Harris (rec. June 21,

1969 at the Montreux Jazz Festival)\

  "How Can You Be in Two Places at Once When You're Not Anywhere at All"

(complete album) (rel. July, 1969)

  "Don't Crush That Dwarf, Hand Me the Pliers" (complete album) (rec. April and

May, 1970)

  "Toad Away" and "40 Great Unclaimed Melodies!" ("Dear Friends" rec. Sept.,

1970 to Feb., 1971/rel. Jan., 1972)

  "I Think We're All Bozos on This Bus" (complete album) (rec. April to June,

1971/rel. Aug., 1971)

  "Bear Whiz Beer" and "The Army Training Film" ("Everything You Know Is Wrong"

rel. Oct., 1974) (The) Firesign Theatre

  "21st Century Schizoid Man" (Robert Fripp/Michael Giles/Greg Lake/Ian McDonald)
(rec. Aug.1 & 20 to 21, 1969/rel. Oct.12, 1969), "The Court of the Crimson King"
(Ian McDonald/Peter Sinfield) (rec. June to August, 1969/rel. Oct.10, 1969),
"Larks' Tongues In Aspic Part 1" (David Cross/Robert Fripp/John Wetton/Bill
Bruford/Jamie Muir) (rec. Jan. to Feb., 1973/rel. March 23, 1973), "Easy Money"
(Fripp/Wetton/Palmer-James) (same), "We'll Let You Know" (David Cross/Fripp/Wetton/
Bill Bruford) (rec. Jan., 1974/rel. March 29, 1974), and "Starless" (Cross/Fripp/
Wetton/Bruford/Palmer-James) (rec. June 30 to Aug., 1974/rel. Oct.6, 1974),
"Asbury Park" (Cross, Fripp, Bill Bruford, Wetton) (rel. May 3, 1975) King Crimson
     Robert Fripp's Jimi Hendrix story (April 16, 2012)

      "At Last the 1948 Show" Series 2, Episode 6 (broadcast Oct.10, 1967)
      The "Four Yorkshiremen sketch"
  "Monty Python's Flying Circus" TV show intro "The Liberty Bell" march edited
(John Philip Sousa) the Band of the Grenadier Guards (TV Oct.5, 1969 to Dec.5,
1974), "Philosopher's Song (Bruce's Song)" (film rel. June 25, 1982), "Argument
Clinic" (TV rel. Nov.2, 1972), "Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life" (film
rel. Aug.17,1979), "What have the Romans ever done for us?" (same), and "Four
Yorkshiremen" (rec. April, 1976/US rel. May 3, 1976) Monty Python's Flying

  Eulogy and "Wand'rin' Star" (Lerner and Loewe) Lee Marvin "Paint Your Wagon"

(film rel. Oct.15, 1969)

  "Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye" (Paul Leka/Gary DeCarlo/Dale Frashuer) (rec.

1969/rel. Nov., 1969) Steam

  "Let's Work Together" (Wilbert Harrison) Canned Heat (rec. Dec.3, 1969/rel. Jan.,

  "Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)" (Tony Macaulay/Barry Mason) (rec.

Nov., 1969/US rel. Feb.21, 1970) Edison Lighthouse

  "Something" (George Harrison) The Beatles (rec. May 2 and 5, July 16, and Aug.15,

1969/rel. Oct.6, 1969), "Photograph" (Richard Starkey/George Harrison) (Sept.24,

1973) Ringo Starr, and "Handle with Care" (The Traveling Wilburys) (April and summer,

1988/Oct., 17, 1988) Traveling Wilburys 8song%29
      "My Back Pages" (Bob Dylan) (rec. Oct., 16, 1992/rel. Aug.24, 1993) 30th
      Anniversary Concert  Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Neil Young, etc.
      "Birthday" (Lennon/McCartney) (rec. July 7, 2010) Ringo and Paul at Ringo's
      70th birthday celebration

  "See Me, Feel Me" (rec. Woodstock Sun., August 17, 1969/rel. May 11, 1970),

"Overture" (rel. Oct.10, 1970), "Baba O'Riley" (rec. May, 1971/rel. Oct.23, 1971),

and "Won't Get Fooled Again" (rec. Dec.15, 1977/rel. Nov.17, 2008) (Peter Dennis

Blandford "Pete" Townshend) The Who
      Darwin Award Dimwits 2

  "Soul Sacrifice" (David Brown/Marcus Malone/Gregg Rolie/Carlos Santana)

(rec. Sat., Aug.16, 1969/rel. May 11, 1970) and "Europa (Earth's Cry Heaven's

Smile)" (Carlos Santana/Tom Coster) (rel. March 26, 1976) Santana

  "I'm Going Home" (Alvin Lee) Woodstock Sun., Aug.17, 1969
    A few I caught of the medley:
    "I'm Going Home" (Bob Bain) Gene Vincent with Sounds Incorporated (Aug., 1961)
    "Blue Suede Shoes" (Carl Perkins)
    "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On" (Dave "Curlee" Williams)
    "The Stomp" (Alvin Lee)
    "Baby Won't You Let Me Rock 'n' Roll You" (Alvin Lee) (1971)
  Alvin Lee, Leslie West, Ted Turner, Randy California, and Steve Hunter "Whole Lotta
Shakin Goin' On" (Dave "Curlee" Williams), "Dizzy Miss Lizzy" (Larry Williams),
"Johnny B. Goode" (Chuck Berry), "Rock and Roll Music" (Chuck Berry), "Bye Bye Johnny"
(Chuck Berry) Pete Hancock, Steve Howe, Robby Kreiger, Andy Powell, and Ted Turner
Night of the Guitars (1989),_Miss_Lizzy

  "Mississippi Queen" (Leslie West, Corky Laing, Felix Pappalardi, David Rea) Mountain
(rec. 1969–70/rel. Feb., 1970)!
  "Never in My Life" (West, Laing, Pappalardi, Gail Collins) Mountain (rec. 1969–70/
rel. Feb., 1970)
    "Theme for an Imaginary Western" (Jack Bruce and Pete Brown) Mountain (Sat., Aug.
  16, 1969)
  "Theme for an Imaginary Western" (Jack Bruce and Pete Brown) Mountain (rec. 1969–70/
rel. Feb., 1970)
  "The Animal Trainer And The Toad" (West, Palmer) Mountain (rec. late 1970/rel. Jan.,

  "Long Red" (Leslie West/Felix Pappalardi/John Ventura/Norman Landsberg)
(August 16, 1969, Woodstock Festival, Bethel, New York/rel. April 24, 1972)
      "Guitar Solo" (West),"Roll Over, Beethoven" (Berry), "Dreams of Milk and
      Honey" (West/Pappalardi/John Ventura/Norman Landsberg), "Variations" (West/
      Pappalardi/Laing/Steve Knight), and "Swan Theme" (Pappalardi/Collins)" (the
      Fillmore_East, NYC, June 27, 1971/rel. Nov., 1971)
  "Jingle Bells" (James Lord Pierpont) and "Get Out My Life, Woman" (Allen
Toussaint) ("King Biscuit Flower Hour," radio, the Capitol Theatre in Passaic,
NJ, Nov.3, 1974) Mountain (with Leslie West guitar)

  "Let It Rain" (Eric Clapton/Bonnie Bramlett) (rec. Nov., 1969 to March, 1970/rel.

Aug.16, 1970) Eric Clapton
      "Have You Ever Loved a Woman?" (Billy Myles), "Why Does Love Got to Be So
      Sad?," and "Keep on Growing" (Clapton, Whitlock) (rec. Aug.26 to Sept.10, Oct.1-2,
      1970/rel. Nov.9, 1970) Derek and the Dominos (with Eric Clapton and Duane Allman)

  "No Matter What" (Pete Ham) (rec. April, 1970/rel. Nov.6, 1970) Badfinger

  "What Have They Done to My Song Ma" (Safka) Melanie (rel. 1970)

  "Caravan" (rel. Feb., 1970), "Domino" (rec. Spring 1970/rel. Nov.15, 1970),

and "Jackie Wilson Said (I'm in Heaven When You Smile" (rec. 29 Jan.29, 1972/

rel. July, 1972) (Van Morrison) Van Morrison

  "Sweet Mama Janisse" (Taj Mahal) (Feb, 1970 studio version/rel. Aug.21, 2012)
      "Sweet Mama Janisse" (Taj Mahal) and "Fishin' Blues" (Henry Thomas) (rec.
      Feb.13, 1971/rel. 1971), "Cakewalk into Town" (Taj Mahal) (1972), "Nobody's
      Business But My Own" (Irving Taylor) (rel. 1998) Taj Mahal aka Henry Saint
      Clair Fredericks

  "Every Night" (rec. Feb.22, 1970/rel. April 17, 1970) and "Ram On" (rec. Oct., 16,

1970 to March 1, 1971/US rel. May 17, 1971) (Paul McCartney) Paul McCartney

"Jet" (Paul McCartney/Linda McCartney) (rec. Sept., 1973/US rel. Jan.28, 1974

Paul McCartney and Wings

  "Wedding Bell Blues" (1966), "And When I Die" (1967), "Stoney End" (1967), and

"Sweet Blindness" (1968) Laura Nyro

  "Baby Let's Swing/The Last Thing You Said/Don't Tie My Hands" (1970), "I Saw the
Light" (Todd Rundgren) (1971 to 1972), "Wolfman Jack" and "Slut" (rel. Feb., 1972),
"Medley: I'm So Proud ((Curtis Mayfield))/Ooh Baby Baby (Smokey Robinson/Warren "Pete"
Moore)/La La Means I Love You (William Hart, Thom Bell)/Cool Jerk" (Donald Storball)
(1973) Todd Rundgren, "Just One Victory" (Rundgren) (1975) and "Overture: Mountaintop
and Sunrise/Communion With The Sun" (Bernard Herrmann/Todd Rundgren) (as part of
Utopia) (1977), and "You Cried Wolf" (Todd Rundgren) (1978) Todd Rundgren,_a_True_Star
     "Hold Me Tight" (Lennon–McCartney) Todd Rundgren (1971)

  "American Woman" (Burton Cummings, Garry Peterson,Jim Kale, Randy Bachman)
The Guess Who (rel. March, 1970)

  "Big Yellow Taxi" (rec. 1970/rel. April 1970), "Carey" and "California" (rec.

1971/rel. 1971), and "You Turn Me On, I'm a Radio" (rec. 1972/rel. Nov., 1972)

(Joni Mitchell) Joni Mitchell,_I%27m_a_Radio

  "Whats Going On" (rec. June 1, July 6, 7 and 10, Sept.21, 1970/rel. Jan.20,

1971) (Al Cleveland/Renaldo Benson/Marvin Gaye) and "Mercy Mercy Me (The\

Ecology)" (Marvin Gaye) (rec. March, 1971/rel. June 10, 1971) and  Marvin Gaye

(and The Funk Brothers)

  "Live In Maui" (mostly taken down) The Jimi Hendrix Experience (July 30, 1970)
     Chuck Wein Introduction (all songs by Jimi Hendrix)
     "Hey Baby (New Rising Sun)"
     "In From The Storm"
     "Foxey Lady"
     "Hear My Train A-Comin'"
     "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)"
     "Purple Haze"
     "Spanish Castle Magic"
     "Lover Man"
     "Message To Love"
     (second show)
     "Dolly Dagger" 0:00
     "Villanova Junction" 5:11
     "Ezy Rider" 10:37
     "Red House" 15:30
     "Freedom" 22:24
     "Stone Free" 26:45
     "Hey Joe" 30:32

  "The Letter" (Wayne Carson) (1970) Joe Cocker, "Rip This Joint" (Mick Jagger/

Keith Richards) (1971 to 1972) The Rolling Stones, and "Whatever Gets You

Through the Night" (John Lennon) (1974) John Lennon with Elton John  All with

Bobby Keys saxophone

  "Pack Fair And Square" (Big Walter Price) and "Crusin' for a Love" (Juke Joint
  Jimmy) (rel. Nov.16, 1970)
    "Whammer Jammer" (Juke Joint Jimmy) and "Looking for a Love" (J. W. Alexander
    and Zelda Samuels)  (rel. Oct.2, 1971)  The J. Geils Band
       "Struttin' With My Baby" (Seth Justman and Peter Wolf) (rel. April 12, 1973)
         "I Do" (Melvin Mason, Johnny Paden, Frank Paden, Jesse Smith, and Willie
         Stephenson) (rel. Nov.12, 1982)

  "Raised on Robbery" (Joni Mitchell) (rel. Dec., 1973), "Jazzman" (Carole King and
David Palmer) (rel. Aug.22, 1974), "Listen to What the Man Said" (Paul and Linda
McCartney) (rel. May 16, 1975)  All with Tom Scott saxophone

  "Montego Bay" (Jeff Barry/Bobby Bloom) Bobby Bloom (rel. Sept., 1970)

("Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin'" Richard Rodgers/Oscar Hammerstein II),_What_a_Beautiful_Mornin%27

  "Holiday For Strings" (David Rose) (written 1942)
      "The Stripper" (David Rose) (rec. 1958/rel. May, 1962) David Rose Orchestra
      "The Stripper" precedes the Faces tunes because I saw a concert by The Faces
      with Rod Stewart in the days of the release of "Stay With Me" and "The Stripper"
      was played over the PA before the show started.

  "Had Me a Real Good Time" (Lane/Stewart/Wood) (rec. Sept., 1970 to Jan., 1971/

rel. Feb., 1971), "Miss Judy's Farm" (Rod Stewart/Ronnie Wood) and "Stay with Me"

(Rod Stewart/Ronnie Wood) (rec. March to Sept., 1971/rel. 17 Nov.17, 1971) Faces

  "I Think It's Going to Rain Today" (rec. Sept., 17 to 19, 1970/rel. June 20,

1971) and "Political Science" (rec. 1971 to 1972/rel. May 23, 1972) (Randy

Newman) Randy Newman

  "New Morning" (Bob Dylan) Bob Dylan with horn overdubs (rel. Oct.21, 1970)

  "Black Cloud" (rec. 1970/rel. Nov., 1970), "Keepin' Time" (rel. 1972), "Midnight

Flyer" (rel. 1974), and "Turn it On" (Mel Galley/Tom Galley) (rel. 1974) Trapeze

  "I Hear You Knocking" (Dave Bartholomew) (rel. Nov., 1970) Dave Edmunds

  "He's So Fine" (Ronald Mack) (rec. Dec., 1962/US rel. Jan., 1963) The Chiffons
      "My Sweet Lord" (George Harrison) (US rel. Nov.23, 1970) George Harrison
  "Congratulations" (Bill Martin/Phil Coulter) (rec. Feb.3, 1968/rel. March, 1968)
  Cliff Richard
      "It's Johnny's Birthday" (George Harrison) (rec. May 26 to late Oct., 1970/
      rel. Nov.27, 1970) George Harrison
  "Skewball" or "Stewball" (trad.) Peter, Paul, and Mary; Joan Baez; others,_Paul_and_Mary
      "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" (John Lennon/Yoko Ono) (rec. Oct.28 and 31, 1971/
      US rel. Dec.1, 1971)  John & Yoko/Plastic Ono Band with the Harlem Community
  "King Kong" (Frank Zappa) Frank Zappa and The Mothers of Invention
  (from "Uncle Meat" rec. Sept., 1967 to Sept., 1968/rel. April 21, 1969)
      "Jamrag" (John Lennon/Yoko Ono) John Lennon and Yoko Ono with Frank Zappa
      and the Mothers of Invention (rec. June 6, 1971/US rel. June 12, 1972)

  "Bitterblue" (Cat Stevens) (rel. Jan.1, 1971)
    "Another Saturday Night" (Sam Cooke) Steven Demetre Georgiou aka Cat Stevens aka
    Yusuf Islam (rel. July, 1974)

  "Burn Down the Mission/My Baby Left Me/Get Back" (Elton John/Bernie Taupin/

Arthur Crudup/Lennon/McCartney) (rec. Nov.17, 1970/rel. April 9, 1971) and

"Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting" (Elton John/Bernie Taupin) (rec. May,

1973/rel. Oct.5, 1973) Elton John

  "Intro: Conditional Discharge" (Long John Baldry, Ian Armitt) and "Don't Try To

Lay No Boogie-Woogie On The King of Rock & Roll" (Jeff Thomas) (rec. Dec., 1970 to

Feb., 1971/rel. June 1971) Long John Baldry (piano by Ian Armitt)

  "My God," "Hymn 43," "Cross-Eyed Mary," "Locomotive Breath," "Wind Up," (rec.

Dec., 1970 to Feb., 1971/rel. March 19, 1971) and "Skating Away on the Thin Ice

of the New Day" (Ian Anderson) (rec. Sept.10, 1972/rel. Oct.14, 1974) Jethro Tull

  "Boobs a Lot" (Steve Weber) (Jan., 1971) The Holy Modal Rounders

  "Statesboro Blues" (Blind Willie McTell) (rec. March 12 and 13, 1971/rel. July,
1971) and "One Way Out" (Marshall Sehorn/Elmore James) (rec. March 12 and 13,
1971/rel. Feb.12, 1972) The Allman Brothers Band (with Duane Allman)

  "House at Pooh Corner" (Kenny Loggins) Loggins & Messina (rel. April 12, 1971)
    "Footloose" (Dean Pitchford and Kenny Loggins) Kenny Loggins final dance Kevin
    Bacon/Ren McCormack, Lori Singer/Ariel Moore Dir. Herbert Ross  (rel. Feb.17, 1984)

  "Do You Know What I Mean" (Lee Michaels) (rel. May, 1971) Lee Michaels

  "Keep Playin' That Rock and Roll" (Edgar Winter) (rel. 1971) Edgar Winter's
White Trash (with Rick Derringer guitar)

  "Bang A Gong (Get It On)" (rel. July 2, 1971) and "Telegram Sam" (rec. 1971/
rel. Jan.21, 1972) (Marc Bolan) T. Rex

  "Natural Man" (Sandy Baron/Bobby Hebb) Lou Rawls (1971)

  "Happy Together" (Garry Bonner/Alan Gordon), "Peaches en Regalia," and "Tears
Began To Fall" (Frank Zappa) (rec. June 5–6, 1971/rel. August 2, 1971) The
Mothers (w/Flo and Eddie)

  "Have You Seen Her" (Barbara Acklin/Eugene Record) (rec. 1971/rel. Oct., 1971)
The Chi-Lites

  "Sunshine (Go Away Today)" (Jonathan Edwards) Jonathan Edwards (rel. Nov., 1971)

  "I Don't Need No Doctor" (Jo Armstead/Nick Ashford/Valerie Simpson) (rec.
May 28 to 29, 1971/rel. Nov., 1971) and "30 Days In The Hole" (rec. Feb.,
1972/rel. March, 1972) (Steve Marriott) Humble Pie
      "Baby, I Love Your Way" (Peter Frampton) (rec. 1975/rel. Sept., 1975) and
      "Do You Feel Like We Do" (Peter Frampton/Mick Gallagher/Rick Wills/John Siomos)
      (rec. 1975/rel. Sept., 1975) Peter Frampton,_I_Love_Your_Way

     "Changes" (David Bowie) David Bowie
    "Hunky Dory" version (rec. summer 1971/rel. Dec.17, 1971)
    "David Live" version (recorded July 10 to 13, 1974/rel. Oct.29, 1974 )
      "LGBT+ History by the Decades" by AreTheyGay
  "You Done My Brain In" (Neil James Innes) (rel. Nov., 1969) The Bonzo Dog Band

  "Let's Stay Together" (Al Green/Willie Mitchell/Al Jackson Jr.) (rec. 1971/
rel. Nov., 1971) Al Green

  "Roundabout" (rec. Sept., 1971/rel. Nov., 1971), "Close to the Edge" (Jon
Anderson/Steve Howe), "And You and I" (Anderson/themes by Bill Bruford, Howe
(except "Eclipse"), and Chris Squire), and "Siberian Khatru" (Anderson/Howe/
Rick Wakeman) (rec. Feb. to July, 1972/rel. Sept.13, 1972) Yes

  "The Dance of Maya" (John McLaughlin) Mahavishnu Orchestra (rel. Nov.3, 1971)$29

  "I Gotcha" (Joe Tex) Joe Tex (and American Sound Studio house band
The Memphis Boys) (rec. 1971/rel. Jan., 1972)

  "Hobo's Blues" (Paul Simon/Stéphane Grappelli) (rec. Jan. to March, 1971/rel.
Jan.24, 1972) Paul Simon and Stéphane Grappelli

  Dean Martin and Jonathan Winters at the bar "The Dean Martin Show" (Episode #7.15
aired Dec.23, 1971)

  "Theme from A Clockwork Orange (Beethoviana)" (Wendy Carlos/Rachel Elkind),
"The Thieving Magpie" (Gioachino Rossini) (Abridged), and "Ninth Symphony,
Second Movement" (Ludwig van Beethoven) (Abridged) (rec. 1971/rel. 1972)
"A Clockwork Orange"

      "I Only Want to Be with You" (Mike Hawker/Ivor Raymonde) Dusty Springfield
      (Rec.Oct.25, 1963/Rel.Nov., 1963)
  "Do You Want to Dance" (Bobby Freeman), "Friends" (Mark Klingman/Buzzy Linhart)
(rec. 1971 to 1972/rel. Nov.7, 1972), "In the Mood" (Joe Garland/Andy Razaf), and
"Higher & Higher (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me)" (Carl Smith/Raynard Miner/Gary
Jackson) (rec. 1973/rel. Nov.16, 1973) Bette Midler

  "Going Down" (Don Nix) (rec. Jan., 1972/rel. May 1, 1972) The Jeff Beck Group
      "Superstition" (25th Anniversary Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Concert Oct.29th,
      2009) Stevie Wonder (Stevland Hardaway Morris) (with Jeff Beck)
  "She's A Woman" (Lennon/McCartney) (rec. Oct.,1974/March 9, 1975) and
(a clip from "...Sings the Beatles" broadcast Sept.12, 2009) Jeff Beck

  "Dueling Banjos" (Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith/Don Reno/arranged by
Eric Weissberg and Steve Mandell) "Deliverance" (1972)

  "Twisting the Night Away" (Sam Cooke) (rec. March to May, 1972/rel. July 21,
  1972) Rod Stewart
      "Good Times" (Sam Cooke) (rec. 1973 to 1974/rel. July, 1974) Phoebe Snow

  "All the Young Dudes" (David Bowie) (rec. May, 1972/rel. July 28, 1972) Mott
the Hoople (with David Bowie) "All the Way From Memphis" (Ian Hunter) (rec. Dec.
22, 1972/rel. 1973) Mott the Hoople
      "Cleveland Rocks" (Ian Hunter) The Presidents of the United States of America
      ("The Drew Carey Show") (rel. May 19, 1998)!_Music_from_The_Drew_Carey_Show

  "Pack Fair and Square" (Big Walter Price), "Whammer Jammer" (Juke Joint Jimmy--
a name the band gave itself), "Hard Drivin' Man" (Peter Wolf/J. Geils), and
"Looking for a Love" (J. W. Alexander)  (rec. April 21-22, 1972/rel. Sept.26,
1972) J. Geils Band
    and drummer Stephen Bladd

  "I Can See Clearly Now" (Johnny Nash) Johnny Nash (rel. June 23, 1972)

  "Use Me" (Bill Withers) Bill Withers (rel. Aug., 1972)

  "Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu" (Johnny Vincent/Huey Smith) (rec.
1972/rel. Oct., 1972) Johnny Rivers (with The Wrecking Crew notably piano
player Larry Knechtel)

  "Superstition" (rec. 1972/rel. Oct. 24, 1972), "Higher Ground" (rec. May
12, 1973/rel. July, 1973), and "Living for the City" (rel. Nov., 1973)
(Stevie Wonder) Stevie Wonder

  "Dead Skunk (in the Middle of the Road)" (rec. 1972/rel. Nov., 1972), "Unrequited
to the Nth Degree" (rel. Feb., 1975), and "Have You Ever Been to Pittsburgh?"
(Loudon Wainwright III) Loudon Wainwright III

  "Money" (Roger Waters) (rec.June 7, 1972 to Jan.9, 1973/rel. May 7, 1973)
Pink Floyd

  "Meadows" (Joe Walsh) (rec. late 1972 to early 1973/June 18,1973) and
"Rocky Mountain Way" (Joe Walsh/Joe Vitale/Kenny Passarelli/Rocke Grace)
(same) Joe Walsh,_the_Player_You_Get
    and Rocke Grace keyboards and backing vocals

  "Rock & Roll" (Johnny Winter) (rel. March, 1973) Johnny Winter

  "Jambalaya (On the Bayou)" (Hank Williams/Moon Mullican) The Blue Ridge Rangers
(rel. April, 1973)

  "What Is Hip?" (Emilio Castillo, Stephen "Doc" Kupka, David Garibaldi) (rec.
1973/rel. May, 1973) Tower of Power ("The Drew Carey Show" Nov.20, 1996)
      "Moon Over Parma" (Bob McGuire) The Drew Carey Show (Season 1),_Ohio#Moon_Over_Parma

  "My Old School" (with Jeffrey "Skunk" Baxter guitar) (rel. July, 1973) and
"Chain Lightning" (with Rick Derringer) (rec. Nov., 1974 to Jan., 1975/rel.
March, 1975) (Donald Fagen/Walter Becker) Steely Dan

  "China Grove" (Tom Johnston) The Doobie Brothers (rel. July 25, 1973)
      "how to play "China Grove" on guitar by the Doobie Brothers | electric guitar
      lesson tutorial | DEMO" by Shutup & Play - Guitar Tutorials

  "Camarillo Brillo," "I'm The Slime," "Zomby Woof," and "Montana,"
(Frank Zappa) Frank Zappa and the Mothers of Invention (rec. March 19 to
June 1, 1973/rel. Sept.7, 1973), "Saint Alphonzo's Pancake Breakfast"
(includes "Rollo") (Frank Zappa) Frank Zappa (rec. 1969 to Jan.,1974/
March 22, 1974), and "Pygmy Twylyte" (Frank Zappa) (rec. Dec.8, 9 & 10
1973; May 8 & 11, 1974/rel. Sept.10, 1974) Frank Zappa and the Mothers

  "Dahomey Dance" (John Coltrane) (rec. Aug. to Sept., 1973/rel. 1974) and
"Tom Cat" (Max Bennett) (1974 to 1976) Tom Scott and the L.A. Express

  "Cucumber Slumber" (Alphonso Johnson/Josef Erich Zawinul) (rec. Nov., 1973
to March, 1974/rel. March 24, 1974) Weather Report

  "La Grange" (rel. 1973) and "Tush" (rec. Dec.30, 1974 to March 23, 1975/
rel. July, 1975) (Billy Gibbons/Dusty Hill/Frank Beard) ZZ Top

  "Until You Come Back To Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do)" (Morris Broadnax/
Clarence Paul/Stevie Wonder) (rel. Nov., 1973) Aretha Franklin

  "Sweet Jane" (Lou Reed) Lou Reed (with Dick Wagner and Steve Hunter)
(rec. Dec.21, 1973 at Howard Stein's Academy of Music, NYC)
      "Train Kept A-Rollin" (Tiny Bradshaw/Lois Mann a.k.a. Syd Nathan) (with
      Steve Hunter and Dick Wagner) and "Walk This Way" (Steven Tyler/Joe
      Perry) Aerosmith (1974)

  "The Exorcist" Dir. William Friedkin (rel. Dec.26, 1973 USA) End credits music
"Fantasia for Strings" (Hans Werner Henze) and "Tubular Bells" (Michael Gordon