The Zombies - Time of the Season

The Time Was February 1969

A Shift Towards Roots

Episode date - February 25, 2009

The Time Was
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    After the wild indulgences of Psychedelia, it’s only natural that a backlash would take place. Slowly, rock and roll started to shift to a place where it could acknowledge a few of its influences. The Band kicked things off with their debut album in late 1968, but things really got rolling by early 1969.

    Here a re a few songs that made a difference over 50 years ago:

    1) Proud Mary – Creedence Clearwater Revival

    Time of the Season - The Zombies

    My Whole World Ended – David Ruffin

    Games People Play – Joe South

    Today I Sing the Blues – Aretha Franklin

    Hot Burrito#1 – The Flying Burrito Brothers

    Hot Burrito #2 –The Flying Burrito Brothers

    Good Times Bad Times – Led Zeppelin

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