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Donovan  Sunshine Superman The groups first collaboration was "Sunshine Superman". One of the first overtly psychedelic pop records, it was an innovative and eclectic blend of folk, rock, pop and jazz. The arrangement was augmented by prominent harpsichord and sitar, and set against a funky conga-driven backbeat. It also contained subtle but unmistakable references to LSD notably, the line, "I could've tripped out easy, but I've changed my ways". The US version of the Sunshine Superman LP is arguably the best, most consistent and most durable of Donovan's albums, and it remains one of the keynote records of the psychedelic era. 1966
Tags: Donovan    Sunshine  Superman 
Added: 14th April 2009
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Gordon Lightfoot  The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald" is a song written, composed, and performed by Gordon Lightfoot in commemoration of the sinking of the bulk carrier S.S. Edmund Fitzgerald on Lake Superior on November 10, 1975. It was inspired by the Newsweek article on the event, "The Cruelest Month," which appeared in the issue of November 24, 1975. The song originally appeared on Lightfoot's 1976 album, Summertime Dream, and was later released as a single. The single reached #2 on the Billboard pop charts in November 1976, making it Lightfoot's second most successful (in terms of chart position) single. 1976.
Tags: Gordon  Lightfoot    The  Wreck  of  the  Edmund  Fitzgerald 
Added: 14th April 2009
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Posted By: rickfmdj
Name the Entertainer Can you name this 80's pop/rocker?
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Added: 15th April 2009
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Posted By: MizzouHillbilly
George Harrison  Crackerbox Palace A video for the song "Crackerbox Palace" as well as a short clip in the beginning of George being interviewed. "Crackerbox Palace" is the ninth track on George Harrison's 1976 album, Thirty Three & 1/3. The song was released as the second single from the album and reached #19 on the American pop charts. It remains one of the most popular of his post-Beatle songs.
Tags: George  Harrison    Crackerbox  Palace 
Added: 15th April 2009
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Posted By: rickfmdj
Head Over Heels - Tears For Fears Tags: Head  Over  Heels  -  Tears  For  Fears  Pop    Rock    80 
Added: 15th June 2009
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Posted By: pfc
Name the Entertainer Can you name this future pop/rock star of the 60's?
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Added: 23rd April 2009
Views: 950
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Posted By: MizzouHillbilly
Name the Entertainer Can you name this 70's pop/country sensation?
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Added: 24th April 2009
Views: 928
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Posted By: MizzouHillbilly
Name the Entertainer Can you name this future pop star?
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Added: 27th April 2009
Views: 969
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Posted By: MizzouHillbilly
20 Great 80s Songs  in 2 Minutes Tags: 80's    Party    Videos    Wave    Rock    Pop    Smiths    DepecheMode    REM    ACDC    Cult    ABC    OMD    TalkingHeads    Bronski    Beat    Clash    GaryNuman     
Added: 27th April 2009
Views: 1631
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Posted By: Laura
POP CULTURE - TEENAGERS Tags: teenagers    fads  fashions    dating  romance    political  50's  60's  70's     
Added: 18th May 2009
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Posted By: Old Fart

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