The Rover

Member Since: 3/21/2005
Total Mixes: 4
Total Feedback: 19

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CD | Mixed Genre
CD | Pop

Bellbottom Blues

Artist Song
The Rolling Stones   19th Nervous Breakdown 
Led Zeppelin   Celebration Day 
The Who  Baba O'Riley 
The Velvet Underground  Berlin 
Jefferson Airplane  Somebody To Love 
Cream  Crossroads 
Steppenwolf  Hoochie Koochie 
Ray Charles  Mess Around 
The Doors  You Make Me Real 
Creedence Clearwater Revival  Hey Tonight 
The Band  Stage Fright 
Joe Cocker  With Alittle Help From My Friends 
Canned Heat  Going Up To The Country 
Janis Joplin  Me And Bobby McGee 
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young  Love The One Your With 
Todd Rundgren  Hello, It's Me 
The Beatles   Glass Onion 
George Harrison  When We Was Fab 
The Guess Who  American Woman 
The Kinks  You Really Got Me 
The Kingsmen  Louie Louie 
Jimi Hendrix  Like A Rolling Stone 
Blind Faith  Bellbottom Blues 
Procol Harum  A Whiter Shade Of Pale 
Creedence Clearwater Revival  Travelin' Band 
Grateful Dead  Alabama Getaway 
The Doors  Roadhouse Blues 
The Animals  We Gotta Get Out of This Place 
Creedence Clearwater Revival  Hello, Mary Lou 
Led Zeppelin  The Ocean 



joey de vivre
Date: 3/22/2005
Let's do the timewarp again!
This is clearly a very 60's mix, but, correct me if I'm wrong, wasn't "Bell-Bottom Blues" originally a song about sailors from the WWII era, the song maybe revived along with bellbottoms themselves at the end of the 60's? But of course by then bellbottoms had a completely different cultural significance . . .
Date: 3/22/2005
Looking good.Haven't heard the Blind Faith version of Bell Bottom Blues.Only Derek & The Dominos.
Date: 3/23/2005
classics one and all.
Date: 3/23/2005
Nice collection of classics.
Rob Conroy
Date: 3/23/2005
I don't think that VU did a version of "Berlin" (I know the Lou Reed song/album), either, although if they did, I'm sure it's great, nor did I know that CSNY did a version of "Love the One You're With" (it's a solo Stills song, the last time I checked, despite the presence of Graham Nash on the track). Anyway, I love "Celebration Day", "Travelin' Band", "You Make Me Real", and your picks from the Band, the Stones, the Beatles, the Kinks, the Airplane, Brother Ray, Janis, and Hendrix.
The Rover
Date: 3/24/2005
Rob, the verion of "berlin" that I have is on a VU bootleg and listed under VU. So i am unsure of who it is really by. It sounds like it was done by VU, but i could be wrong. ty again for your comment.
A.D. 69
Date: 3/30/2005
Guess I missed this first time around, but I'm diggin' it totally.
French Connection
Date: 3/30/2005
McDonald said it all for me!