Glenn Gass, Indiana University Z202 ROCK HISTORY II: Rock's Classic Era

Back to Z202 Homepage - Required Listening Tape List - - Tape 1a - THE BEATLES Please Please Me (1963) (single, John & Paul) She Loves You (1963) (single, John & Paul) A Hard Day's Night (1964) (A Hard Day's Night, John) I Feel Fine (1964) (single, John) I'm a Loser (1964) (Beatles for Sale, John) Help! (1965) (Help!, John) Yesterday (1965) (Help!, Paul) I've Just Seen a Face (1965) (Help!, Paul) Norwegian Wood (1965) (Rubber Soul, John) I'm Looking Through You (1965) (Rubber Soul, Paul) In My Life (1965) (Rubber Soul, John) Paperback Writer (1966) (single, Paul) Rain (1966) (single, John) Eleanor Rigby (1966) (Revolver, Paul) Love You To (1966) (Revolver, George) She Said She Said (1966) (Revolver, John) Penny Lane (1967) (single, Paul) Strawberry Fields Forever(1967) (single, John) - Tape 1b - THE BEATLES Getting Better (1967) (Sgt. Pepper, Paul) A Day in the Life (1967) (Sgt. Pepper, John & Paul) All You Need Is Love (1967) (Magical Mystery Tour, John) I Am the Walrus (1967) (Magical Mystery Tour, John) Lady Madonna (1968) (single, Paul) Revolution (1968) (single, John) Back in the USSR (1968) (The "White Album," Paul) Dear Prudence (1968) (The "White Album," John) Blackbird (1968) (The "White Album," Paul) Don't Let Me Down (1969) (single, John) Here Comes the Sun (1969) (Abbey Road, George) You Never Give Me Your Money (1969) (Abbey Road, Paul) Get Back (1969) (Let It Be, Paul) - Tape 2a - THE ROLLING STONES It's All Over Now (1964) Time Is On My Side (1964) The Last Time (1965) Satisfaction (1965) 19th Nervous Breakdown (1966) Let's Spend the Night Together (1967) Ruby Tuesday (1967) 2000 Light Years From Home (1967) Jumpin' Jack Flash (1968) Street Fighting Man (1968) Honky Tonk Women (1969) Brown Sugar (1971) Tumbling Dice (1972) - Tape 2b - THE KINKS You Really Got Me (1964) Who'll Be the Next In Line (1965) A Well Respected Man (1965) Too Much on My Mind (1966) David Watts (1968) Waterloo Sunset (1968) Top of the Pops (1970) Lola (1970) THE WHO I Can't Explain (1965) My Generation (1965) The Kids Are Alright (1966) Pictures of Lilly (1967) I Can See for Miles (1967) Pinball Wizard (1969) Baba O'Riley (1971) - Tape 3a - THE ANIMALS House of the Rising Sun (1964) Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (1965) We Gotta Get Out of This Place (1965) THE SWINGING BLUE JEANS Hippy Hippy Shake (1963) DAVE CLARK FIVE Glad All Over (1963) THE SEARCHERS Needles and Pins (1964) MANFRED MANN Do Wah Diddy Diddy (1964) THE HOLLIES Carrie-Anne (1967) Pay You Back With Interest (1967) THE YARDBIRDS I Ain't Got You (1964, w/Eric Clapton) For Your Love (1965, w/Eric Clapton) Shapes of Things (1966, w/Jeff Beck) JOHN MAYALL'S BLUESBREAKERS Hideaway (1966, w/Eric Clapton) CREAM Crossroads (1968, w/Eric Clapton) THEM Gloria (1965, w/Van Morrison) THE TROGGS Wild Thing (1966) - Tape 3b - SMALL FACES Sha-La-La-Lee (1966) Itchycoo Park (1967) PINK FLOYD See Emily Play (1967) PROCOL HARUM Whiter Shade of Pale (1967) THE STATUS QUO Pictures of Matchstick Men (1968) THE BEACH BOYS I Get Around (1964) Let Him Run Wild (1965) California Girls (1965) Barbara Ann (1965) Wouldn't It Be Nice (1966) God Only Knows (1966) Caroline No (1966) Good Vibrations (1966) Heroes and Villains (1967) Do It Again (1968) - Tape 4a - MARTHA & THE VANDELLAS Heatwave (1963, by Holland-Dozier-Holland) Dancing in the Street (1964, Stevenson/Gaye/Hunter) THE SUPREMES Where Did Our Love Go (1964, Holland-Dozier-Holland) Stop! In the Name of Love (1965, H-D-H) You Keep Me Hanging On (1966, H-D-H) Love Child (1968, Gordy/Taylor/Wilson/Sawyer/Richards) THE FOUR TOPS I Can't Help Myself (1965, Holland-Dozier-Holland) It's the Same Old Song (1965, H-D-H) Reach Out I'll Be There (1966, H-D-H) JUNIOR WALKER & THE ALL STARS Shotgun (1965, Autry DeWalt) MARY WELLS My Guy (1964, Smokey Robinson) THE MIRACLES Shop Around (1960, Berry Gordy & Smokey Robinson) The Tracks of My Tears (1965, Robinson, Tarplin & Moore) Ooh Baby Baby (1965, Robinson & Moore) I Second That Emotion (1967, Robinson & Cleveland) The Tears of a Clown (1970, Robinson, Cosby & Wonder) - Tape 4b - THE TEMPTATIONS My Girl (1965, Smokey Robinson & Ronald White) Get Ready (1966, Smokey Robinson) Cloud Nine (1968, Norman Whitfield & Barrett Strong) I Can't Get Next to You (1969, Whitfield & Strong) GLADYS KNIGHT & THE PIPS I Heard It Through the Grapevine (1967, Whitfield & Strong) MARVIN GAYE How Sweet It Is to Be Loved By You (1964, H-D-H) MARVIN GAYE & TAMMI TERRELL You're All I Need to Get By (1968, Ashford & Simpson) Ain't Nothing Like the Real Thing (1968, Ashford & Simpson) MARVIN GAYE I Heard It Through the Grapevine (1968, Whitfield & Strong)) What's Going On (1971, Marvin Gaye & Al Cleveland) STEVIE WONDER Uptight (1965, Henry Cosby, Sylvia May & Stevie Wonder) For Once In My Life (1968, Ron Miller & Orlando Murden) Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours (1970, Wonder, et al) THE JACKSON FIVE I Want You Back (1969, "The Corporation") ABC (1970, "The Corporation") - Tape 5a - THE IMPRESSIONS It's All Right (1963, ABC-Paramount Records) People Get Ready (1965) SOLOMON BURKE Everybody Needs Somebody to Love (1964, Atlantic) BOOKER T. & THE MG's Green Onions (1962, Stax) EDDIE FLOYD Knock on Wood (1966, Stax) SAM AND DAVE You Don't Know Like I Know (1965, Stax) Soul Man (1967, Stax) OTIS REDDING I've Been Loving You Too Long To Stop Now (1965, Volt) Respect (1965) (Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay (1968) WILSON PICKETT In the Midnight Hour (1965, Atlantic; Stax/Memphis studio) PERCY SLEDGE When a Man Loves a Woman (1966, Atlantic; Muscle Shoals) THE DELFONICS La-La Means I Love You (1968, Philly Groove; Thom Bell) THE SPINNERS Could It Be I'm Falling In Love (1972, Atlantic; Thom Bell) AL GREEN Tired of Being Alone (1971, Hi Records) - Tape 5b - ARETHA FRANKLIN I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You) (1967, Atlantic) Respect (1967) Chain of Fools (1967) Think (1968) JAMES BROWN Papa's Got a Brand New Bag (1965, King) I Got You (I Feel Good) (1965) I Got the Feelin' (1968) Mother Popcorn (1969) THE ISLEY BROTHERS It's Your Thing (1969, T-Neck) ARCHIE BELL & THE DRELLS Tighten Up (1968, Atlantic) SLY & THE FAMILY STONE Dance to the Music (1968, Epic) Everyday People (1969) Hot Fun in the Summertime (1969) Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) (1970) CURTIS MAYFIELD Freddie's Dead (1972, Curtom) - Tape 6a - BOB DYLAN A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall (1963, The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan) Oxford Town(1963, The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, Columbia Records) When the Ship Comes In (1964, The Times They Are A-Changin') The Times They Are A-Changin' (1964, Times They Are A-Changin') One Too Many Mornings (1964, Times They Are A-Changin') It Ain't Me Babe (1964, Another Side of Bob Dylan) Mr. Tambourine Man (1965, Bringing It All Back Home) Subterranean Homesick Blues (1965, Bringing It All Back Home) Like a Rolling Stone (1965, Highway 61 Revisited) Highway 61 Revisited (1965, Highway 61 Revisited) Positively 4th Street (1965, single) - Tape 6b - BOB DYLAN I Want You (1966, Blonde on Blonde) Just Like a Woman (1966, Blonde on Blonde) Most Likely You Go Your Way & I'll Go Mine (1966, Blonde on Blonde) This Wheel's On Fire (1967/75, The Basement Tapes) All Along the Watchtower (1968, John Wesley Harding) Dear Landlord (1968, John Wesley Harding) Lay Lady Lay (1969, Nashville Skyline) I Went to See the Gypsy (1970, New Morning) Knockin' on Heaven's Door (1973, Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid) Tangled Up in Blue (1975, Blood on the Tracks) Idiot Wind (1975, Blood on the Tracks) - Tape 7a - DONOVAN Universal Soldier (1965, Hickory Records) Sunshine Superman (1966, Epic Records) THE BYRDS Mr. Tambourine Man (1965, Columbia Records) Turn! Turn! Turn! (1965, Trad./Pete Seeger) Eight Miles High (1966, McGuinn-Clark-Crosby) So You Want to Be a Rock & Roll Star ('67, McGuinn-Hillman) Hickory Wind (1968, Gram Parsons-B. Bucannan) SIMON AND GARFUNKEL The Sounds of Silence (1965, Columbia Records) Mrs. Robinson (1968) THE MAMAS & THE PAPAS California Dreamin' (1966, Dunhill Records) LOVIN' SPOONFUL Do You Believe in Magic? (1965, Kama Sutra Records) Summer in the City (1966) YOUNG RASCALS Good Lovin' (1966, Atlantic Records) Groovin' (1967) People Got to Be Free (1968) - Tape 7b - BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD For What It's Worth (1967, Atco/Atlantic) Mr. Soul (1967) Bluebird (1967) THE DOORS Break On Through (1967, Elektra) Hello I Love You (1968) Roadhouse Blues (1970) The Wasp (Texas Radio and the Big Beat) (1971) THE STANDELLS Dirty Water (1966) THE ELECTRIC PRUNES I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night (1966) STRAWBERRY ALARM CLOCK Incense and Peppermints (1967) TOMMY JAMES & THE SHONDELLS Crimson and Clover (1968) THE MONKEES Pleasant Valley Sunday (1967) FRANK ZAPPA & THE Who Needs the Peace Corps? (1967/68, Verve Records) MOTHERS OF INVENTION What's the Ugliest Part of Your Body? (1967/68) CAPTAIN BEEFHEART & HIS MAGIC BAND She's Too Much for My Mirror (1969, Straight Records) - Tape 8a - JEFFERSON AIRPLANE Somebody to Love (1967, Surrealistic Pillow) White Rabbit (1967,Surrealistic Pillow) We Can Be Together (1969, Volunteers) THE GRATEFUL DEAD Uncle John's Band (1970, Workingman's Dead) Casey Jones (1970, Workingman's Dead) Truckin' (1970, American Beauty) JANIS JOPLIN Piece of My Heart ('68, Big Brother & the Holding Company) Try (1969, w/Kosmic Blues Band) Me and Bobby McGee (1970, w/Full Tilt Boogie Band) Steve Miller Band Living in the USA (1968) SANTANA Evil Ways (1970) - Tape 8b - PAUL BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND Born in Chicago (1965) THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCE Red House (1967, Are You Experienced?) Purple Haze (1967, Are You Experienced?) Little Wing (1968, Axis: Bold As Love) Castles Made of Sand (1968, Axis: Bold As Love) All Along the Watchtower (1968, Electric Ladyland) Voodoo Child (Slight Return) (1968, Electric Ladyland) CREAM Sunshine of Your Love (1967, Disraeli Gears) White Room (1968, Wheels of Fire) Badge (1969, Goodbye Cream) DEREK & THE DOMINOS Layla (1970, Layla and Other Assorted Love Songs) Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad? (1970, Layla...) - Tape 9a - SPENCER DAVIS GROUP Gimme Some Lovin' (1967) I'm a Man (1967) BLIND FAITH Can't Find My Way Back Home (1969) TRAFFIC Empty Pages (1970) JOE COCKER Feelin' Alright (1969) JEFF BECK GROUP Beck's Bolero (1968) You Shook Me (1968; w/Rod Stewart & Ron Wood, bass) ROD STEWART Mandolin Wind (1971) (I Know) I'm Losing You (1971, w/FACES) LED ZEPPELIN Good Times Bad Times (1969) Misty Mountian Hop (1971) Rock and Roll (1971) - Tape 9b - STEPPENWOLF Born to Be Wild (1968) Magic Carpet Ride (1968) MOUNTAIN Mississippi Queen (1970) JAMES GANG Funk #49 (1970) Tend My Garden (1970) THE ALLMAN BROTHERS Hot 'Lanta (1971, Live At the Fillmore East) Ain't Wasting Time No More (1972, Eat a Peach) THE VELVET UNDERGROUND Heroin (1967) Pale Blue Eyes (1969) Sweet Jane (1970) - Tape 10a - CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL Proud Mary (1969, Bayou Country) Lodi (1969, Green River) Fortunate Son (1969, Willy & the Poor Boys) Who'll Stop the Rain (1970, Cosmo's Factory) VAN MORRISON Brown-Eyed Girl (1967, Blowin' Your Mind) Sweet Thing (1968, Astral Weeks) Into the Mystic (1970, Moondance) Domino (1970, His Band & The Street Choir) THE BAND Katie's Been Gone (1967, The Basement Tapes, w/Bob Dylan) The Weight (1968, Music from Big Pink) Across the Great Divide (1969, The Band) The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (1969, The Band) RANDY NEWMAN Sail Away (1972, Sail Away) Political Science (1972, Sail Away) - Tape 10b - CROSBY, STILLS & NASH Helplessly Hoping (1969) Guinnevere (1969) CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG Helpless (1970) Woodstock (1970) Ohio (1970, single) NEIL YOUNG Cinnamon Girl (1969, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere) Tell Me Why (1970, After the Goldrush) JAMES TAYLOR Sweet Baby James (1970, Sweet Baby James) Blossom (1970, Sweet Baby James) CAROLE KING It's Too Late (1971, Tapestry) JONI MITCHELL California (1971, Blue) JACKSON BROWNE These Days (1973, For Everyman) NEIL YOUNG Roll Another Number for the Road (1975, Tonight's the Night)
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