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In My Life:

--- Quote from: Hombre_de_ningun_lugar on July 30, 2013, 08:29:58 PM ---Yes, it is! I've always thought that "Martha" has an Indian sound, because of the sound of the acoustic guitars and especially the strange electric guitar solo. Also the bizarre flute gives the song a nice touch.

Actually I think that the whole After Bathing At Baxter's album is usually misunderstood, but that's not a surprise because it's the most experimental album of an experimental band like Jefferson Airplane.

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Nice analysis! The album seemed less bizarre to me as it went on but after the second track anything would seem normal! I was actually quite surprised to learn that it predated the White Album because that track sure sounds like it was influenced by Revolution 9. I like the way it ends: "No man is an island...he's a peninsula!" I've got to really listen to it again, when I  can sit down and give it my full attention.

In My Life:

--- Quote from: Hombre_de_ningun_lugar on July 24, 2013, 06:53:29 PM ---
What would you prefer to find in the middle of a desert? Zombies or Oasis?

Don't Go Away - The Zombies

Oasis - Don't Go Away

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I'm not one for scary things but I'd take the Zombies over Oasis any day!

I'm going to take liberties here with the titles and put the Dells up against the Four Seasons:

The Dells: Oh, What a Night
http://youtu.be/Z1ozQT8yQXA

The Four Seasons: December, 1963 (Oh, What a Night)
http://youtu.be/nDxhugRKZ8g

Hombre_de_ningun_lugar:
I vote for the Dells' song, sounds more natural, I guess because it's an older recording.

On the road again... Lovin' Dylan vs. Bob Spoonful!

Bob Dylan - On The Road Again

On the Road Again - Lovin' Spoonful

In My Life:

--- Quote from: Hombre_de_ningun_lugar on October 31, 2013, 08:17:01 PM ---
On the road again... Lovin' Dylan vs. Bob Spoonful!


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You're funny! The Dylan video got pulled but I found it again. He's getting harder and harder to find on YouTube.

http://youtu.be/EhlsM2m4YXE

So even though they woke up I have to go with Dylan. His song really makes me laugh, especially that last verse.


Bobby Darin wrote the song "I'll be There" that Gerry and the Pacemakers recorded, but I'm offering up their version since we're commemorating the British Invasion.  It's up against the Motown incarnation of that title by the Jackson Five.

http://youtu.be/mErTykcslfw

http://youtu.be/W-apaIOOoAo

Hombre_de_ningun_lugar:

--- Quote from: In My Life on February 03, 2014, 08:05:08 AM ---You're funny! The Dylan video got pulled but I found it again. He's getting harder and harder to find on YouTube.

http://youtu.be/EhlsM2m4YXE

So even though they woke up I have to go with Dylan. His song really makes me laugh, especially that last verse.


Bobby Darin wrote the song "I'll be There" that Gerry and the Pacemakers recorded, but I'm offering up their version since we're commemorating the British Invasion.  It's up against the Motown incarnation of that title by the Jackson Five.

http://youtu.be/mErTykcslfw

http://youtu.be/W-apaIOOoAo

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Yes, the original versions of Dylan's songs are hard to find now!

Although I'm a huge fan of the British Invasion, I enjoyed more the Jackson Five's song.

It's alright, the British Invasion vs. the San Francisco Scene.

KINKS-IT`S ALRIGHT

Jefferson Airplane - It´s alright

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