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The Lovin' Spoonful is an American pop rock band of the 1960s, named to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000. When asked about his band, leader John Sebastian said it sounded like a combination of "Mississippi John Hurt and Chuck Berry. The band had its roots in the folk music scene based in the Greenwich Village section of lower Manhattan during the early 1960s. Sebastian, who grew up in contact with music and musicians, was the son of a much-recorded and highly technically accomplished classical harmonica player. He had reached maturity toward the end of the American folk music revival that spanned from the 1950s to the early '60s. Sebastian was joined in the Spoonful by guitarist Zal Yanovsky from a bohemian folk group called The Mugwumps, playing local coffee houses and small clubs (two other members, Cass Elliot and Denny Doherty, would later form half of the Mamas & the Papas.) Drummer-vocalist Joe Butler and bassist Steve Boone rounded out the group. The Best of the Lovin' Spoonful is a best of album of The Lovin' Spoonful hits featuring tracks from three of their previous four albums. Despite being a "best of", this album charted the highest of the bands career hitting number three on the billboard charts

01 - Do You Believe In Magic
02 - Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind
03 - Butchie's Tune
04 - Jug Band Music
05 - Night Owl Blues
06 - You Didn't Have To Be So Nice
07 - Daydream
08 - Blues In A Bottle
09 - Didn't Want To Have To Do It
10 - Wild About My Lovin'
11 - Younger Girl
12 - Summer In The City

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Unreleased Quicksilver Messenger Service — Lost Gold And Silver is a compilation album by American psychedelic rock band Quicksilver Messenger Service. The album is made up of the European 2-LP release Maiden of the Cancer Moon, two tracks from the 1967 soundtrack album Revolution, both sides from a non-LP single released in late 1968 and some studio outtakes from the late 1960s. Allmusic says the album is divided into Studio Side (CD 1) and Live from 1968 (CD 2). This is not all together true. The first CD is named Disc One, subtitled Live from 1968, and the second CD is named Bonus Disc and subtitled Studio.

Disc 1 Live from 1968

01 - Back Door Man
02 - Codine
03 - Gold and Silver
04 - Smokestack Lighting
05 - Light Your Windows
06 - Dino's Song
07 - The Fool
08 - Who Do You Love
09 - Mona/Maiden of the Cancer Moon/Mona

Disc 2 Studio

01 - I Don't Want to Spoil Your Party (Dino's Song)
02 - Acapulco Gold and Silver (Gold and Silver)
03 - I Hear You Knockin'
04 - Back Door Man
05 - Your Time Will Come
06 - Who Do You Love (Part 1)
07 - Walkin' Blues
08 - Calvary
09 - Codine
10 - Babe I'm Gonna Leave You
11 - Stand by Me
12 - The Bears

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Performed live at Winterland in April 1968

Early Show

01 - The Fool
02 - Pride Of Man
03 - Walkin' Blues
04 - Light Your Windows
05 - Who Do You Love
06 - Smokestack Lightning

Late Show

01 - The Fool
02 - Who Do You Love
03 - Gold And Silver
04 - It's Been Too Long
05 - Back Door Man

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Recorded at the Fillmore East in June 1968

01 - Back Door Man
02 - Codine
03 - Mona & Maiden Of The Cancer Moon & Mona (1)
04 - Gold And Silver
05 - Smokestack Lightning
06 - Light Your Windows
07 - Dino's Song
08 - The Fool
09 - Who Do You Love
10 - Mona & Maiden Of The Cancer Moon & Mona (2)

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Studio jam recorded in Corte Madera, California, late 1969/early 1970. John Cipollina, guitar, Dino Valente, vocals, David Freiberg, bass, Nicky Hopkins, piano and Greg Elmore, drums.

01 - Seor Blues
02 - Subway
03 - I Know You Rider #1
04 - I Know You Rider #2
05 - Walk In Jerusalem
06 - Castles In The Sand
07 - May You Never Be Alone
08 - Warm Red Wine
09 - Look Over Yonder Wallstate Farm
10 - Wake Up, Dead Man (Part 1)
11 - Wake Up, Dead Man (Part 2)
12 - The Fool

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The Chocolate Watch Band, was a psychedelic rock and garage rock band formed in San Jose, California in 1965. The band had finally broken up indefinitely by 1970 but then reunited in 1999 at a 66/99 show Mike Stax organized in San Diego. They continue to play today at garage rock shows in Europe as well as the States with Little Steven and the Electric Prunes. The band's music was largely described as a blend of 1960s-style garage rock with a distinguishable rolling San Francisco sound. The group's early music appeared to contain blues influences, and later it developed psychedelic elements through use of instrumental experimentation. Ed Cobb was well-known as their producer. The band also appeared in the 1967 film Riot on Sunset Strip and the 1968 film "The Love Ins". The Chocolate Watch Band's resurrected line-up (after their breakup in mid-1967) of Inner Mystique were: Sean Tolby, lead guitar, Bill 'Flo' Flores, bass, Tim Abbott, guitar, Mark Whittaker, drums and Chris Flinders, vocals.

01 - Voyage Of The Trieste
02 - In The Past
03 - Inner Mystique
04 - I'm Not Likke Everybody Else
05 - Medication
06 - Let's Go, Let's Go, Let's Go
07 - Baby Blue
08 - I Ain't No Miracle Worker

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Music for children, recreated (2002) from the film The Pied Piper

01 - I Love My Shirt
02 - Happiness Runs
03 - Sun Magic
04 - People Call Me The Pied Piper
05 - Little Boy In Corduroy
06 - Colours
07 - Jackie Beanstalk
08 - A Funny Man
09 - Mandolin Man And His Secret
10 - Nature Friends
11 - Wynken, Blynken And Nod
12 - Little Teddy Bear
13 - Voyage Of The Moon

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Hearts & Flowers was a Los Angeles folk-rock club band, perhaps most significant as one of the groups that launched the career of Eagles' founding member and guitarist-songwriter, Bernie Leadon. The lineup included Larry Murray (vocals, guitar), Dave Dawson (vocals, guitar, autoharp) and Rick Cunha (vocals, guitar). Leadon replaced Cunha on their second album in 1968. Among venues they played during the mid-1960s, were Los Angeles clubs Ledbetter's, Doug Weston's Troubadour, and the Ashgrove. After recording two albums without major success, the group disbanded in 1968.

01 - Now Is The Time For Hearts And Flowers
02 - Highway In The Wind
03 - Second-Hand Sundown Queen
04 - She Sang Rymns Out Of Tune
05 - Ode To A Tin Angel
06 - When I Was A Cowboy
07 - Legend Of Ol' Tenbrookes
08 - Colour Your Daytime
09 - Two Little Boys
10 - Extra, Extra-Rock & Roll Gypsies

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Elizabeth was made up of Steve Weingart (lead guitar, harp, organ, vocals), Bob Patterson (guitar, vocals), Jim Dahme (guitar, flute, vocals), Steve Bruno (organ, bass), and Hank Ransome (drums). The band originally came from Philadelphia but moved to New York in 1968, where they recorded and released their self-titled album on Vanguard Records in 1969. (AMG)

01 - Not That Kind Of Guy
02 - Mary Anne
03 - Dissimilitude
04 - Similitude
05 - You Should Be More Careful
06 - The World's For Free
07 - Fields Of Home
08 - Alarm Rings Five
09 - Lady L
10 - When All Else Fails

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Faith was an American rock band from Indianapolis, Indiana. From 1973 to 1979, they released 5 albums: Faith in 1973, Excuse Me, I Just Cut an Album in 1977, Rock'n Romance in 1978, and Face to Face and Vital Signs in 1979.1 They gained popularity in the Indianapolis area in 1978 with Rock'n Romance, which contained the song "Dancin' Shoes", of which Nigel Olsson's cover of the song would become a Top 20 hit that year. Carl Storie (lead vocals, harmonica), David Bennett (guitar), John Cascella (keyboards, saxophone, vocals), Mark Cawley (bass) and Dave Barnes (drums).

01 - Sometimes, Sometimes
02 - Freedom
03 - Answer To The Master
04 - Lookin' For A Friend
05 - Such A Lady, Such A Lover
06 - Dreamy Eyed Lady
07 - We're All Headed In The Same Way - The Last Song

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Formed in Houston, Texas in 1968, they were originally known as The Dream Machine. Their album, a mixture of country rock and psychedelia, has attracted increasing interest from collectors. Charles Bickley is now the owner of a small Austin Texas based label named Buttermilk Records which released several vinyl LP's and 45's in the seventies. in fact he's stiill releasing 25 year old masters on new vinyl and CD of Texas Blues, Rock, Jazz, Cajun, and more.(OoD) Charlie Brickley bass, vocals, mandolin, Steve Coleman lead pedal steel guitar, vocals, John Guerry, piano, organ, bass, Dennis Hanson, drums and Michael Hickman, guitar, piano.

01 - Nil Desperadum
02 - Man From Barnaby
03 - Kitty Is A Lady
04 - Family Comfort
05 - The Great Rio Grande Border Run
06 - Better Way
07 - Megopolis-Out Without
08 - The Trilogy
    Do You Believe In Words
    Sing Together
    Relax Enjoy Your Friends
09 - Me Lovin' You
10 - Riverside

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A mysterious figure of the late '60s who put out an interesting eponymous album on the names-can-be-deceptive Chartmaker label. With his funky, keyboard-based rock and full, soulful vocals, Darius sounded like a more eccentric and far moodier, doomier counterpart to Lee Michaels. The record was imaginatively arranged and produced, with flourishes of flamenco guitar, odd echo-tinkles, and some dynamic organ and bass hooks adding to its overall air of idiosyncrasy. It's little known, even among psychedelic collectors, and worthy of exhumation on CD reissue.(AMG) Bobby Joe Ott, from Cleveland, aka Darius, was based in Hollywood, California. Funk and blues influences are more evident on Side two of the album.

01 - Shades Of Blue
02 - Dawn
03 - Mist-Veiled Garden
04 - I'm The Man
05 - I Feel The Need To Carry On
06 - Dirty Funky Situation
07 - Blow My Mind
08 - Sweet Mama
09 - Ancient Path
10 - Hear What I Say
11 - Don?t You Get The Feelin' (Bonus)
12 - A Woman Like You (Bonus)
13 - Peace & Love (Bonus)

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