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WTF happened w/ youtube. I used to be able to just copy and paste. Anyway QOTSA 3's and 7's is still one of my all time favorite songs.

There you go.

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good stuff BB

That concert was only available as a bootleg until the 80s when most of it was released on the Biograph compilation album. Now the whole thing is available as Dylan Live 1966, but all the good songs were already on Biograph.

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You can just pick 60s songs at random and they will prolly be good.

Not the most exciting video. Pre-MTV.

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NECRO- I NEED DRUGZ

Maybe I'm a jerk but it makes me feel good right now to know that there are other people in this world who make decisions that are dumber than mine.

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yea me too Ang...do you know that Richard Ashcroft doesn't make a penny from this song-check this out...

Although the song's lyrics were written by Verve vocalist Richard Ashcroft, it has been credited to Keith Richards and Mick Jagger after charges by the original copyright owners that the song was plagiarized from the Andrew Oldham Orchestra recording of The Rolling Stones' 1965 song "The Last Time".

Originally, The Verve had negotiated a licence to use a sample from the Oldham recording, but it was successfully argued that the Verve had used 'too much' of the sample.[5] Despite having original lyrics, the music of "Bitter Sweet Symphony" is partially based on the Oldham track, which led to a lawsuit with ABKCO Records, Allen Klein's company that owns the rights to the Rolling Stones material of the 1960s. The matter was eventually settled, with copyright of the song reverting to ABKCO and songwriting credits to Jagger and Richards.

"We were told it was going to be a 50/50 split, and then they saw how well the record was doing," says band member Simon Jones. "They rung up and said 'we want 100 per cent or take it out of the shops', you don't have much choice."[6]

After losing the composer credits to the song, Richard Ashcroft commented, "This is the best song Jagger and Richards have written in 20 years."[7] saying it was their biggest hit since "Brown Sugar".[6]

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The song remains the same.

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Cute wimmin, good music, a mandolin, a stand up bass and an American flag. This video is a bases loaded home run.

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I agree, the Allman Brothers were never the same after Duane Allman died.

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The Look Of Love by Dusty Springfield one word can only descibe: sultry

MIght as well post the song. This is one of those songs where you can tell its a Burt Bacharach song without having to look it up.

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