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Joe Cocker - When The Night Comes - 8/13/1994 - Woodstock 94 (Official)

Joe Cocker - When The Night Comes - - Woodstock 94 (Official)

Tracklist: 01. I Come In Peace 02. Feelin' Alright [00:04:44] 03. The Letter [00:09:27] 04. When The Night Comes [00:15:14] 05. You Love Me Back [00:20:34] 0...

Joe Cocker: Fire it Up Live (Cologne, I think this is one of the best concerts ever. Joe Cocker at age He died a year ago at age One of his last performances left us with this terrific concert.

Original Pinner Wrote: Buffalo Springfield - "For What It's Worth" - Vietnam War Era/ was told by my father this is the song playing when he got off the helicopter

Buffalo Springfield--Vietnam Protests-For What Is's Worth---thinking is all. Seems like we are revisiting

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North Vietnamese launch the Tet Offensive, a turning point in the Vietnam War

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A "TRUTH" Song If There Ever Was One! The rolling stones-You can't always get what you want

I got: Somebody to Love! What Queen Song Are You?

What Queen Song Are You?

Queen - Somebody To Love (Official Video) Queen es una banda británica de rock…

▶ Jefferson Airplane - Somebody To Love (Live at Woodstock Music & Art Fair, 1969) - YouTube

Jefferson Airplane performing "Somebody To Love" at the most famous music festival "Woodstock" in

With a sound similar to The Righteous Brothers, The Walker Brothers hit pretty big in 1965 with the stellar song penned by Bob Gaudio/Bob Crewe  'The Sun Ain't Gonna Shine Anymore.'

The Walker Brothers "The Sun Ain´t Gonna Shine Any More" A sound similar to The Righteous Brothers. The Walker Brothers hit pretty big in 1965 with the stellar song penned by Bob Gaudio/Bob Crewe

Rare FRIJID PINK - House Of The Rising Sun

FRIJID PINK is a Detroit area blues rock band formed in best known for their version of "House of the Rising Sun", released in The initial line-u.

Steve Winwood & Eric Clapton ~  "Can't Find My Way Home" EXCELLENT <3

Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton - Can't Find My Way Home at the Crossroads Guitar Festival with Derek Trucks and Doyle Bramhall

Boogie Woogie Piano - Johan Blohm from The Refreshments (Sweden) play a boogie woogie riff.

Boogie Woogie Piano is one of the finest renditions we have ever heard. This young man is absolutely a super talent on the keyboard.

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