Forecast: Is that Pachouli?
I had a mix close to this ready for autumn, but never did get it out, but I think it fits spring as well. At least for me. This one has folkies and cowpokes and if you say it has a hippie bent, is that really so bad?
The Everly Brothers – Poems, Prayers And Promises
The Gosdin Brothers – The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
Fairport Convention – Who Knows Where The Time Goes?
Karen Dalton – Something On Your Mind
Delaney & Bonnie – Groupie
Lulu – Mr. Bojangles
P.J. Proby – Mary In The Morning
Jim Ford – Point Of No Return
Elvis Presley – And The Grass Won’t Pay No Mind
Johnny Rivers – Do What You Gotta Do
Nina Simone – Don’t You Pay Them No Mind
Bobby Darin – Me About You
Bobby Goldsboro – I’m A Drifter
Jim Sullivan – U.F.O.
John Sebastian – Darlin’ Be Home Soon (Live)
The Electric Prunes – Onie
Great Speckled Bird – Calgary
Flatt & Scruggs – If I Were A Carpenter
1st Century – The Surveyor
Bob Dylan – Copper Kettle
Val Stoecklein – I Wonder Who I’ll Be Tomorrow
Jackson C. Frank – Blues Run The Game
Roger Whittacker New World In The Morning
Kingston Trio – Let’s Get Together (Live)
Jackie DeShannon – High Coin
David Blue – So Easy She Goes By
Sid Selvidge – That’s How I Got To Memphis
Gregg Allman – These Days
Fred Neil – The Dolphins
Tim Buckley – Once I Was
Remember: The hippies were wrong about one thing, consumerism can be good – if it’s music. Buy music!