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Show 111S Quintesenntial Folk/Rock

“Rocky Mountain High,” John Denver, The Very Best of John Denver, RCA
“After the Gold Rush,” k.d. Lang, Hymns of the 49th. Parallel, Nonesuch
“Never My Love,” The Association, Baby Boomers Classics, Mellow Sixties, Warner
“You’ve Got a Friend,” Carole King, Tapestry, Ode Records
“I’m on Fire,” Harry Manz and Kevin Breit, In Good We Trust, Stony Plain Recording Co.
“You Can Call Me Stupid,” The Smothers Brothers, Smothers Brothers: Sibling Rivelry, Rhino
“Come Monday,” Jimmy Buffet, Songs You Know by Heart, MCA
“Don’t Think Twice, It’s Alright,” Peter, Paul and Mary, Ten Years Together, Warner
“A Perfect World,” Kate Campbell, Visions of Plenty, Compass Records
“Michael,” The Highwaymen, Havin’ a 60’s Hootenanny, K-Tel
“Mr. Tambourine Man,” The Byrds, The Byrds Greatest Hits, Columbia
“Do You Believe in Magic,” The Lovin’ Spoonful, All the Best of the Lovin’ Spoonful, Buddah Records
“California Dreamin’,” The Mamas and The Papas, The Mamas and the Papas Greatest Hits, MCA
“The Sounds of Silence,” Simon and Garfunkel, Simon and Garfunkel, Collected Works, Columbia 
“Get Together,” The Youngbloods, Folk Rock, K-Tel
“Like a Rolling Stone,” Bob Dylan, Bob Dylan’s Greatest Hits, Columbia
“Happy Together,” The Turtles, The Turtles 20 Greatest Hits, Rhino        
“Both Sides Now,” Judy Collins, Colors of the Day, The Best of Judy Collins, Elektra
“For What It’s Worth,” Buffalo Springfield, The Best of Buffalo Springfield, Atco
“Sunshine Superman,” Donovan, Donovan’s Greatest Hits, Epic
“You Were on My Mind,” We Five, One Hit Wonders of the 60’s, Vol. 1, Rhino

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