to dream about the 60s01. california dreamin’ - the mamas & the papas 02. san francisco (be sure to wear flowers in your hair) - scott mckenzie 03. turn! turn! turn! - the byrds 04. wouldn’t it be nice - the beach boys 05. for emily, whenever i may find her - simon & garfunkel 06. daydream - the lovin’ spoonful 07. dandelion - the rolling stones 08. wonderful - the beach boys 09. hurdy gurdy man - donovan 10. lucy in the sky with diamonds - the beatles 11. she’s a rainbow - the rolling stones 12. wear your love like heaven - peggy lipton 13. as we go along - the monkees 14. julia - the beatles 15. indian summer - the doors 16. the wind cries mary - the jimi hendrix experience 17. wooden ships - crosby, stills & nash 18. (sittin’ on) the dock of the bay - otis redding 19. twelve-thirty (young girls are coming to the canyon) - the mamas & the papas 20. hung up on a dream - the zombies
|My therapist:||Look at nature. Look at flowers. We never walk into our garden and say "Oh wouldn't that flower be so much more pretty if it were taller? Or red instead of pink?" No, we don't. Because nature was created perfect just as it is. And so are we. We are part of nature, we are how we're meant to be, we are perfect just as we are.|
"Softly as in a Morning Sunrise" performed by Eric Dolphy
Recorded in 1963 but not released untill 1999 on “The Illinois Concert” (Blue Note Records).
Eric Dolphy (Alto Saxophone, Bass Clarinet, Flute)
Herbie Hancock (Piano)
Eddie Khan (Bass)
J.C. Moses (Drums)
Bash & Pop - Friday Night (Is Killing Me)
accidentally started playing this on my phone in class but refuse to apologize because everyone is better off for having heard the first 30 seconds
When Paul pretty much stopped writing songs that sounded like ‘The Replacements’ Tommy was right there to pick up the slack. Paul’s on here a little bit, too. I think he played guitar and you can hear him sing “friday niiiiiight” on the end.