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Show 179S Rod McKuen

“You Baby,” The Turtles, 20 Greatest Hits, Rhino 
“Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow,” Carole King, Tapestry, Ode Records 
“Changes,” Phil Ochs, There But for Fortune, Rhino 
“A Well Respected Man,” The Kinks, The British Invasion Vol. 4, Rhino 
“Take My Hand for a While,” Buffy Sainte-Marie, The Best of Buffy Sainte-Marie, Vanguard 
“Daytime Nighttime Suffering,” Paul McCartney, Single, Columbia
“Albert Flasher,” The Guess Who, Greatest Hits, RCA 
“Deteriorata,” Norman Rose, Greatest Hits of the National Lampoon, Uproar Entertainment 
“Who Will Answer?,” Ed Ames, The Very Best of Ed Ames, RCA 
“Luka,” Suzanne Vega, Solitude Standing, A&M 
“Soldier Boy,” The Shirelles, 20th Century Rocks, Dominion 
“The Sea,” Rod McKuen, The Sea, Warner Brothers
“The World I Used to Know,” Glenn Yarbrough, Time to Move On, Folk Era Records  
“Advice to Folk Singers,” Rod McKuen, The Folk Music Collection, In the Wind, Varese Serabande 
“Jean,” Oliver, Good Morning Starshine – The Best of Oliver, Tarragon 
“If You Go Away,” Dusty Springfield, The Look of Love, Island Def Jam
“The Butterfly is Drunk on Sunshine,” Rod McKuen, The Sky, Warner Brothers
“Seasons in the Sun,” The Kingston Trio, Something Special, Capitol 
“Night,” Frank Sinatra, A Man Alone, Reprise 
“Soldiers Who Want to Be Heroes,” Rod McKuen, The Best of The Doobies, Warner Brothers 
“Long, Long Time,” Rod McKuen, Pastorale, Warner Brothers    
“Love’s Been Good to Me,” Johnny Cash, American V: A Hundred Highways, American Recordings  
“In Summing Up,” Rod McKuen, The Sky, Warner Brothers

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