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Folk-Rock Originals - School of Rock Lesson 5: Folk-Rock

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Pete Seeger  Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season)   buy on itunes
Bob Dylan  Mr. Tambourine Man   buy on itunes
Bob Dylan  It Ain't Me, Babe   buy on itunes
Jefferson Airplane  Let's Get Together   buy on itunes
Tim Hardin  If I Were a Carpenter   buy on itunes
Pete Seeger  The Bells of Rhymney   buy on itunes
Tom Paxton  Bottle of Wine   buy on itunes
Judee Sill  Lady-O (Remastered)   buy on itunes
Willie Cobbs  You Don't Love Me   buy on itunes


Think you know the Byrds’ “Turn! Turn! Turn!”? Think again. We’ve got Pete Seeger’s original version, sounding far more like an Old Testament campfire song than the antiwar anthem it grew to be. Simon & Garfunkel’s first recording of “The Sounds of Silence” practically [i]was[/i] silent compared to the chart-topping remixed version you know. And enough of Crescent City jazz legend Kid Ory’s “Muskrat Ramble” is hiding in “I Feel Like I’m a Fixin to Die Rag” that Ory’s daughter sued Country Joe. These are the seeds that sprouted the flower power age’s defining moments.

Pictured: Pete Seeger, Buffy Sainte-Marie (c. Michael Ochs
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