Friday, August 19, 2016

Going Back to 1967-- Part 3: "(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone"

A few songs from 49 years ago.

I CAN SEE FOR MILES--  Who
I'M WAITING FOR THE MAN--  Velvet Underground
THE LETTER--  Box Tops

IT TAKES TWO--  Marvin Gaye
ALONE AGAIN OR--  Love
(I'M NOT YOUR) STEPPIN' STONE--  Monkees

YOUR LOVE KEEPS LIFTING ME HIGHER--  Jackie Wilson
MERCY, MERCY, MERCY--  Cannonball Adderly
SEE EMILY PLAY--  Pink Floyd

FOR WHAT IT'S WORTH--  Buffalo Springfield
BOOGALOO DOWN BROADWAY--  Fantastic Johnny C
I THINK WE'RE ALONE NOW--  Tommy James & the Shondells

PUSHIN' TOO HARD--  Seeds
PAPER SUN--    Traffic
SWEET HOME CHICAGO--  Magic Sam

LITTLE BIT OF SOUL--  Music Explosion
COLD SWEAT--  James Brown
LONELY TOO LONG--  Young Rascals

KIND OF A DRAG--  Buckinghams
TALES OF BRAVE ULYSSES--
BACK DOOR MAN--  Doors

TRAMP--  Otis Redding & Carla Thomas

Name That Tune (from the above songs): 'When Your Baby Don't Love You."  --RoadDog

MORE SUTHEN-ISMS:  And a true Southerner knows you don't scream obscenities at little old ladies who drive 30 MPH on the freeway.  You just say, "Bless her hearty," and go on your own way.

"Kind of a Drag"

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