Special Monday Morning Tape – #93

This week’s mix is in memory of my father, Frank Marcinowski, who passed away a few weeks ago at the age of 56. Though we didn’t always see eye-to-eye on everything we, undoubtedly, shared a common love for music.

The Byrdsturn! turn! turn!
(taken from their 1965 release Turn! Turn! Turn!)
The Grass Rootssooner or later
(taken from the 2001 release 20th Century Masters – The Best Of The Grass Roots)
Pat Boonemoody river
(taken from his 1961 single Moody River b/w A Thousand Years)
John Denverannie’s song
(taken from his 1974 release Back Home Again)
Simon & Garfunkelmrs. robinson
(taken from their 1968 release Bookends)
Carly Simonyou’re so vain
(taken from her 1972 release No Secrets)
Kenny Rogersthe gambler
(taken from his 1978 release The Gambler)
Neil Diamondcracklin’ rosie
(taken from his 1970 release Tap Root Manuscript)
Jim Croceoperator (that’s not the way it feels)
(taken from his 1972 release You Don’t Mess Around With Jim)
The Beatleslucy in the sky with diamonds
(taken from their 1967 release Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band)
The Monkeesdaydream believer
(taken from their 1968 release The Birds, The Bees & The Monkees)
Ben E. Kingstand by me
(taken from his 1962 release Don’t Play That Song)
Bee Geesi started a joke
(taken from their 1968 release Idea)
The Moody Bluesin your wildest dreams
(taken from their 1986 release The Other Side Of Life)

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