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he original from the album “Hey Joe” 1965
. . . just one look at the 45 label below triggers magical ambient memories of this deja vu song that when once heard, seemed as though known forever before.
the Music Machine
from the album “(Turn On) the Music Machine” 1966
. . . Sean Bonniwell and the guys were Bad Ass Goth (dressed all in black with one black glove) Hard Rockers – even their mellow tracks like Neil Diamond’s “Cherry, Cherry” were strong and impressive.
from their debut album “Love” 1966
. . . a perfect song for Arthur Lee’s Love, a powerful, yet trippy version that is 00individual’s favorite.
the Jimi Hendrix Experience
from the debut album “the Jimi Hendrix Experience” 1967
. . . OK, this is really 00individual’s favorite, but it’s tough when you “lived” these as they were released; they all had special meaning for those eternally memorable moments of the ’60s.
from the album “Realization” 1968
. . . from one of 00individual’s all-time favorite “concept” albums, Johnny turns this into an introspective and up-lifting soulful psychedelic track that never gets old.
from the album “Shades of Deep Purple” 1968
. . . 00individual was a big fan of Deep Purple back in the Tetragrammaton days so this marks a good vibe before their transition into the first true Heavy Metal Hard Rock band with 1970’s
“In Rock” album.
00individual finds it fascinating that among the millions of songs out there that a select few become iconic in that they not only represent a landmark in Rock ‘n’ Roll and are loved by all but they also mark an era’s cultural zeitgeist. “Hey Joe” is in rarefied air.
For those who care about Rock fact and fiction:
No matter how you rationalize it, Dino Valenti (Quicksilver Messenger Service) hi-jacked
“Hey Joe” song credits from Billy Roberts. Dino followed-thru and hi-jacked Quicksilver, too.
Any way you hear it,
is an iconic Album Track Gem
. . . and the first song every hardworking garage band learned.
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