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TAPE 13. ACID/FOLK ROCK. This album is actually a re-release of the bands' second album, Sailor. Steve Miller Band Living in the USA 1973. His first guitar chords were taught to him by legendary pioneer of the electric guitar Les Paul , who is also Miller's godfather. #1 Hit

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This album is actually a re-release of the bands' second album, Sailor

Steve Miller BandLiving in the USA 1973

His first guitar chords were taught to him by legendary pioneer of the electric guitar Les Paul, who is also Miller's godfather.

#1 Hit

Fly Like An Eagle album

Peak of his commercial carrer

Rock N’ Me(1976) - Steve Miller Band

While at St. Mark's School of Texas, Miller formed his first band, The Marksmen. Miller taught classmate Royce Scaggs some guitar chords so he could join the band; Scaggs became better known by his nickname, Boz.

1973's The Joker marked the start of the second phase of Miller's career: more pop-oriented and simplistic, the album featured a number one hit in the U.S. in the title track as well as several other popular tunes. In fact, "The Joker" hit Number One on the UK singles chart in September 1990 after it was used on a television commercial.

Miller followed up The Joker with

Facts - Steve Miller Band

#2 Hit

His first guitar chords were taught to him by legendary pioneer of the electric guitar Les Paul, who is also Miller's godfather.

Fly Like An Eagle (1976)Steve Miller Band

Debut album for the group in 1965

The single of the same name was #1 Hit earlier that year

Tambourine Man (1965)-The Byrds

Hit #14 on charts

From their 3rd album

Fifth Dimension

Eight Miles High(1966) –The Byrds

first released as a #7 Hit single

later added to the re-release of their 1st album, Buffalo Springfield.

For What It’s Worth (1967) Buffalo Springfield

From second album as CSN

first album as CSN&Y

The premiere CSN collaboration with Neil Young,

#1 on the Billboard 200 album chart

generated three Top 40 singles : "Teach Your Children," "Our House," and "Woodstock."

Deja Vu (1970) Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

first release off his self-titled solo album

#14 Hit single

Love the One You’re With(1970)Stephen Stills (of CSN&Y)

From Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere - Neil's 1st solo album

known for its opening distorted-guitar riff, continues through the song.

Young did many different styles of rock, country, and folk - this song is in the "hard rock" genre.

#55 Hit single

Cinnamon Girl (1969)Neil Young (of CSN&Y)

From the Album of same name

#8 Hit single and 1st top ten hit

The Grass Roots got their first official airplay on Southern California radio stations

songwriting duo P.F. Sloan and Steve Barri.

Grass RootsLet’s Live For Today(1967)

Style- a unique sound drawn heavily from British beat, soul, R&B and folk rock.

#5 Hit single

Midnight Confessions(1968)Grass Roots

Style - pop, psychedelic and folk rock

produced at least a dozen memorable, radio-friendly chart singles but remain best known #1 hit "Happy Together".

The Turtles(1967)Happy Together

#3 hit single

Originally a Surfer Band called the Crossfires

When they changed theior name they spelled it Tyrtles, after the Byrds

She’d Rather Be With Me(1967)The Turtles

From the album The Turtles present the Battle of the Bands

#6 Hit single

Elenore(1968) – The Turtles

#9 hit single from their debut album Do You Believe in Magic

Lovin' Spoonful members called their style "good-time music".

Do You Believe In Magic (1965)The Lovin’ Spoonful

#2 hit Single from 2nd album of same name

band's name inspired by some lines in a song of Mississippi John Hurt called the "Coffee Blues".


Lovin’ Spoonful

#1 hit single from album Hums of the Lovin' Spoonful

features a series of car horns, during the bridge, starting with a VW Beetle horn, and ending up with a jackhammer, in order to give the impressions of the sounds of the summer in the city.

Summer In the City(1966)

#1 hit

first all-white group signed to Atlantic Records (along with The Righteous Brothers and The Box Tops)

The Rascals(1966)Good Lovin’

#1 hit and one of the group's signature songs.

soul and rock

a genre of music coined 'blue-eyed soul'.

Groovin’(1967) – The Rascals

short-lived rock and roll band from Greenwich Village neighborhood of New York City that was formed in 1965 and split up in 1967.

one of the earliest acid rock bands, as well as one of the world's first jam bands, along with the Grateful Dead.

Going Down Louisiana (1966) The Blues Project

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