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With the current state of global unrest in the aftermath of 11 September 2001, the hippy philosophy of peace, love and harmony might seem pretty stupid to some people.
But I think it's more important than ever right now... so here are a couple of tracks from the '60s that I think really say it all... listen to them and weep for the dead in the US, for the maimed and starving in Afghanistan, the warring factions in Israel and Palestine, the strife-torn population of Iraq, and everyone else in conflict, anywhere... then ask yourself, and anyone else who'll listen, what the hell we're doing to each other...
OK, so here are some fab and groovy tracks for you to listen to... I'll change the contents of this page from time to time. Come back again and check to see if there's anything new!
Captain Beefheart and his Magic Band
Zig Zag Wanderer (1967) from the album Safe As Milk - Buddha 74321 69175 2
Electricity (1967) from the album Safe As Milk - Buddha 74321 69175 2
Enjoyed the tracks? Then buy the album...
Break On Through (To The Other Side) (1967) from the album The Doors - Elektra 7559-74007-2
Do you like the music? Well now you can buy more Doors...
All Along The Watchtower (1968) from the album Experience Hendrix - MCA 111671
|Isn't that a great track? You can buy more like it here...|
White Rabbit (1967) from the album Surrealistic Pillow - RCA
|That is one cosmically pyschedelic track... and you can buy even more of them here...|
Whiter Shade Of Pale (1967) from the album Procol Harum - Regal Zonophone
|That track gets me every time! Buy more Procol Harum here...|