Jimi Hendrix- Auld Lang Syne
Arthur Brown looks like he was ahead of his time, pre-Alice Cooper even. (of course drugs might've had something to do with it...lol)
Showing my age now, just a few songs off the top of my head from my younger days...lol.
I can remember most of the songs here being played on either Top of the pops or Ready steady go on British tv.
I love both Fleetwood Mac versions but most people don't remember the first one, only the Buckingham/Nicks one.
Sasha, Phil, and Kenneth, great songs! I have to include Pink Floyd.
Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun
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Also not British...but not bad.
But they were psychedelic!...And British inspired. Hey, who wasn't in those days?
Of course Moby Grape and Vanilla Fudge weren't British but who's counting...
I didn't know Steve Marriott was with the Small Faces. I thought he looks a bit familiar, sounds a bit familiar, then I realized it was him from Humble Pie. A great little dynamo.
I can't believe how young Keith Moon and Pete Townsend are. They don't even look old enough to shave yet. You can tell Keith was great even at that age.
Too bad booze and drugs ruined so many of them.
These are all great! Dazed and Confused by Led Zep can't be beat.
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I guess by now everyone can tell this thread is a labor of love. I do so love the British music of this era. This one says it all.
featuring Peter Green (note the style that influenced Carlos Santana)
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The group is having such silly fun on this one.
I LOVE this song so much!
Live at the Indiana State Fair, 9/3/64
Earlier, at The Cavern Club