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  • L.M.
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    Originally posted by FL BRONCO View Post


    Sweet Child of Mine-- Guns N Roses
    Sweet Home Alabama
    Artist: Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Album: Second Helping
    Released: 1974

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  • FL BRONCO
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    Originally posted by Sophia23 View Post
    Sweet Soul Sister - The Cult


    Sweet Child of Mine-- Guns N Roses

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  • Sophia23
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    Originally posted by Dennis.1960 View Post
    Sweet Emotion - Aerosmith (from their '75 album - and my favorite by a mile - Toys in the Attic)
    Sweet Soul Sister - The Cult

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  • Dennis.1960
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    Originally posted by L.M. View Post
    ^I love that song!

    Sweet, Sweet Baby (I'm Falling) -- Lone Justice (1985)
    Sweet Emotion - Aerosmith (from their '75 album - and my favorite by a mile - Toys in the Attic)

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  • L.M.
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    Originally posted by Thors Hammer View Post
    Sweet Jane - Cowboy Junkies


    ^I love that song!

    Sweet, Sweet Baby (I'm Falling) -- Lone Justice (1985)

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  • Thors Hammer
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    Originally posted by L.M. View Post
    Lady Jane
    Artist: The Rolling Stones
    Album: Aftermath
    Released: 1966
    Sweet Jane - Cowboy Junkies


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  • L.M.
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    Originally posted by Sophia23 View Post
    The Lady Wore Black - Queensryche

    Lady Jane
    Artist: The Rolling Stones
    Album: Aftermath
    Released: 1966

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  • Sophia23
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    Originally posted by L.M. View Post
    Afternoon Delight -- Starland Vocal Band (1976) and nicely covered by the hardcore punk band the Circle Jerks in 1983.

    OR... (to copy an old Hum maneuver here)

    Lady Strange --Def Leppard from High N' Dry (1981)

    Your choice!
    The Lady Wore Black - Queensryche

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  • L.M.
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    Originally posted by Dennis.1960 View Post
    Disraeli Gears is brilliant and one of the first albums my mother bought me when I was a little kid

    I don't want to break the streak but can't find another strange or brew from '67!

    I'll go with...

    No Strange Delight - Roxy Music (from the 1980 album, "Flesh and Blood")
    Afternoon Delight -- Starland Vocal Band (1976) and nicely covered by the hardcore punk band the Circle Jerks in 1983.

    OR... (to copy an old Hum maneuver here)

    Lady Strange --Def Leppard from High N' Dry (1981)

    Your choice!

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  • Dennis.1960
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    Originally posted by L.M. View Post
    That's four '67 songs in a row.
    Disraeli Gears is brilliant and one of the first albums my mother bought me when I was a little kid

    I don't want to break the streak but can't find another strange or brew from '67!

    I'll go with...

    No Strange Delight - Roxy Music (from the 1980 album, "Flesh and Blood")

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  • L.M.
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    Originally posted by Dennis.1960 View Post
    Great choice...one of my favorite Doors songs :thumb:

    People Are Strange - The Doors...from the same strange album
    "Strange Brew" is a song by the British rock band Cream. First released as a single in June 1967 in the UK and US, it was later added to their second studio album Disraeli Gears. The song features Eric Clapton on lead vocals rather than the usual lead by Jack Bruce.

    That's four '67 songs in a row.
    Last edited by L.M.; 09-06-2020, 11:44 AM.

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  • Dennis.1960
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    Originally posted by L.M. View Post
    "Strange Days"
    Great choice...one of my favorite Doors songs :thumb:

    People Are Strange - The Doors...from the same strange album

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  • L.M.
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    Originally posted by Dennis.1960 View Post
    Salad Days (Are Here Again) - Procol Harum (from the 1967 debut album, "Procol Harum")
    "Strange Days" is a song by The Doors. It was released in 1967 and is the first track on the album of the same name. According to a review at AllMusic by Tom Maginnis, the song seems to find lead singer Jim Morrison "pondering the state of the then emerging hippie youth culture and how they are perceived by mainstream or 'straight' society".

    In the Doors biography No One Here Gets Out Alive, "Strange Days" is described as "one of the earliest examples of the Moog synthesizer in rock". The synth was hooked up with the help of Paul Beaver and played by vocalist Morrison. Two music videos were made for the song. The first featured footage of the band backstage and onstage, as well as Jim Morrison driving his car into a hole in sand and jumping on the hood in frustration. The second features the same circus performers on the Strange Days cover photo, who would explore New York City. It also included footage of various people, which was made "swervy" and distorted to fit in with the strange theme of the song. All of this new footage was mixed with footage of the old video, and re-released as a re-mixed video.

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  • Dennis.1960
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    Originally posted by L.M. View Post
    One of These Days
    Artist: Pink Floyd
    Album: Meddle
    Released: 1971
    Salad Days (Are Here Again) - Procol Harum (from the 1967 debut album, "Procol Harum")

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  • L.M.
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    Originally posted by Sophia23 View Post
    Tall Cool One - Robert Plant
    One of These Days
    Artist: Pink Floyd
    Album: Meddle
    Released: 1971

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