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1968: The Year In Review (2 cdr collection)

Side A
Artist Song
Rolling Stones  Sympathy For The Devil 
Buffalo Springfield  On The Way Home 
Small Faces  Lazy Sunday 
The Byrds  Draft Morning 
The Move  The Lemon Tree 
Big Brother & The Holding Co.  Piece Of My Heart 
The Moon  Never Mind 
Traffic  Feelin' Alright? 
The Nazz  Open My Eyes 
Ohio Express  Yummy Yummy Yummy 
Fleetwood Mac  Black Magic Woman 
Chad & Jeremy  Paxton Quigley's Had The Course 
Grateful Dead  That's It For The Other One 
Cream  White Room 
Steve Miller Band  Quicksilver Girl 
Moody Blues  Ride My See-Saw 
Spirit  Uncle Jack 
The Kinks  Village Green Preservation Society 
West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band  Eighteen Is Over The Hill 
Status Quo  Pictures Of Matchstick Men 
Skip Bifferty  Gas Board Under Dog 
The Turtles  Elenore 
Donovan  Hurdy Gurdy Man 
Giles, Giles & Fripp  She Is Loaded 
Side B
The Beatles  Hey Jude 
The Millennium  It's You 
Jimi Hendrix  All Along The Watchtower 
Tomorrow  Three Jolly Little Dwarfs 
Jefferson Airplane  Lather 
Aquarian Age  10,000 Words In A Cardboard Box 
The Doors  Hello, I Love You 
Manfred Mann  Mighty Quinn 
The Zombies  Hung Up On A Dream 
Frank Zappa  What's The Ugliest Part Of Your Body 
The Who  Magic Bus 
Harry Nilsson  One 
The Band  The Weight 
Kaleidoscope (UK)  Jenny Artichoke 
Tommy James & The Shondells  Crimson & Clover 
Velvet Underground  White Light/White Heat 
Bee Gees  The Earnest Of Being George 
Simon & Garfunkel  Mrs. Robinson 
Pink Floyd  Let There Be More Light 
Lemon Pipers  Green Tambourine 
Pretty Things  Trust 
Beach Boys  Do It Again 
Bonzo Dog Band  I'm The Urban Spaceman 
The Monkees  Porpoise Song 
Nirvana (UK)  Rainbow Chaser 


Probably just about as good as 1967; perhaps the novelty of the early British psychedelia is getting a bit worn here, but still plenty of great innovation going on. San Francisco scene still going strong. As tends to be the case with some of these 60s mixes, the Stones/Beatles (and to some extent the Who/Kinks) tracks are just so perfect that everything else gets a bit overshadowed, though appearances from my favorite Byrds album, the Zombies, the VU, and a few others stand up nearly as strong.
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Date: 7/1/2010
I'm a bit bummed by soul music not being represented, but hey, you got plenty of good stuff. "Green Tambourine" was the first song played by WNEW-FM to announce it was switching to a progressive rock format, which turned out to be a multi-decade run. Great era in music.