Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Price.pittsburgh, Dec 5, 2018.
Skinny Puppy-Tin Omen, 1989
Yeah, that's the one for me. What makes it stand out is the cool and understated approach.
One of the iconic ones. Should be credited to CSNY rather than just Neil though.
Isn't that what Crosby would want to do to him?
"(Don't Worry) If There's A Hell Below, We're All Going To Go" (1970)
Not prudent to post a link in 2018. Check YouTube (but not at work).
The days of "The Mashed Potato" were over...
1965 Watts riots...rinse...repeat.
The Doors - Five To One
The Nice - America
MC5 - Kick Out The Jams
Hendrix - Star Spangled Banner
Beatles - Revolution #1
There was still pop fluff being released in the late '60s, but jeez, Jefferson Airplane's "Volunteers" was released just 7 short years after "The Mashed Potato"!
We Can Be Together - Jefferson Aiplane
Ohio by Stephen Stills.
Edwin Starr - "War"
...my choice as well
Band of Gypsys - Machine Gun
I have always thought Do Do Do Do (Heartbreaker) by the Stones captures the atmosphere of the gritty and insane New York City of the 1970s.
"...and we are very proud of ourselves..."
If the NYPD actually used .44 handguns back then (.38 special & 9mm parabellum were standard issue)...there would have been fewer surviving perps.
Richie Havens - Freedom
Bob Dylan - A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
Bob Dylan - Masters of War
Bob Dylan - Talkin' World War III Blues
Bob Dylan - When the Ship Comes In
The Beatles - Tomorrow Never Knows
The Beach Boys - I Just Wasn't Made for These Times
Grateful Dead - That's It For the Other One
John Lennon - Cold Turkey
John Lennon - Power to the People
Grand Funk Railroad - Sin's a Good Man's Brother
Grand Funk Railroad - I'm Your Captain/Closer to Home
James Brown - Get Up, Get Into It, Get Involved
Blind Faith - Can't Find My Way Home
The Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil & Under My Thumb (live at Altamont)
The Byrds - Change Is Now
Curtis Mayfield - Might Mighty (Spade & Whitey)
Pride of Man - Quicksilver Messenger Service
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