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Best hippy song


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Best hippy song  

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  1. 1. Best hippy song

    • Going to California
      95
    • What is and What Should Never Be
      19
    • Down by the Seaside
      17
    • Bron-Y-Aur Stomp
      22
    • Misty Mountain Hop
      71
    • Ramble On
      20
    • That's the Way
      31
    • Over the Hills and Far Away
      19
    • The Song Remains the Same
      9
    • Other (specify)
      19


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You totally missed it.... In you poll options....

The Live version of Dazed And Confused from TSRTS..... Robert's refrain into "Are You Going...to San--Fran--cisco....."

Do you like The Rover song as well love your guy with hat'Just got myself from Planetrock.com a T shirt with the ''Hermit' on its fine for my time of life

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GTC, but TSRTS Dazed and Confused version referring to the song San Francisco (be sure to wear flowers in your hair). I love it!!!

Roberts a hippie, no matter what they say. He always will be. The audience in TSRTS movie tells all.

I love that era.

I think of Peter, Paul & Mary (ex. Blowin in the Wind) , John Denver (Sunshine on my shoulders) stuff, mostly when I think hippie, folk-ish kind of music. John Lennon & Yoko.hippy.gif

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I must be old.

I chose Going To California in the poll, but I remember a few (embarrassing) songs;

Crimson and Clover

Lola

Hurdy Gurdy Man

Tamborine Man

Venus

I also agree very much on In A Gadda Da Vida and Spirit In The Sky!

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Zeppelin and "hippie" doesn't really work for me,except possibly GTC.But in the purest sense of the term I chose Jimi Hendrix' version of "All Along The Watchtower".The first few chords scream the mid/late 1960's and the peace/hippie movement of that era to me.The song's been used as the lead-in for many a doco on the 60's as well.

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