Obscure songs from the '60s that you love to share with people

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  1. Psychedelic Good Trip

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  4. samthesham

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    Spikedrivers- Strange Mysterious Sounds.This was a regional hit from a Detroit area Psychedelic band ala Jefferson Airplane.Demands to be heard by those interested in 60s rock&Psychedelic genre.(1967)
     
  5. jmj190

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    A Christmas song from Brenda Lee - The Angel & The Little Blue Bell

     
  6. jerrygene

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    Wish these collected talents made more music than their sole 1969 album.

     
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  7. George C.

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    I don't know how obscure this is...or even if it is obscure...but I've never heard it outside of my own collection

    Karen Dalton "Little Bit Of Rain"

     
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    "Wild Thing, my name is Cathy".... worth the price of admission just for that line. Buddy Rich's daughter, no less....
     
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  10. jmj190

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    Another cover from Cathy Rich - Paper Tiger



     
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  12. swampwader

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    sigh. "Butterfly High" The Paper Fortress (1968). This and the flip, "Sleepy Hollow People" (I posted pages back) are long time favorites of mine.
     
  13. I Feel Free

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    Also good is the flip side (actually the A-side of the 45) of this Baytovens single, "Such a Fool":

     
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  15. Overthehillsandfaraway

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    Outlaw Blues Band



    (as sampled by Cypress Hill among others)
     
  16. I Feel Free

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    I couldn't find this posted here: It's "Big Town Boy" by Shirley Matthews & the Big Town Girls, from 1963:

     
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    I also couldn't find this one on the forum: From 1966, it's Yvonne Baker with "You Didn't Say a Word":

     
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    not sure if obscure: roberta flack - the first time ever i saw your face
     
  19. I Feel Free

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    From 1968, it's Chicago quintet The Mauds with "Forever Gone", a driving rock tune reminiscent of early Chicago (then Chicago Transit Authority), with whom they even recorded with (on a different session):

     
  20. I Feel Free

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    From 1970, it's Shocking Blue with a strong folk-rock number, "Never Marry a Railroad Man":



    (Shocking Blue had a big hit in the late 60s with "Venus".)
     
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  21. MarcS

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  22. John54

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    One of the greatest Canadian songs of all time! Bob Crewe produced and did his usual superlative job.
     
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    Beautiful...
     
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  24. MONOLOVER

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    How about some accordeon psych from 1968. "Henbanes Sacrifice" from Swedish band Jackpots...very odd with beautiful vocals.

     
  25. hominy

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    Get ready for a French phaser freakout with Les Goths!

     
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