'60s Folk Rock

A Listmania! list by mijacogeo22 "mijacogeo22" (USA)
The list author says: "Like '60s music? I do! For some peace, love, and flower power, check out these suggestions for folk-rock tunes of the decade. Then see my other Listmanias for related genres from this same era.""
Goodbye & Hello
1.  Goodbye & Hello by Tim Buckley
The list author says:
  "Tim Buckley. Though his later albums delved more into experimental jazz-rock sounds, his earlier albums like Goodbye and Hello reflected a beautiful folk-rock style. My fave: "Phantasmagoria in Two.""
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The First 10 Years
2.  The First 10 Years by Joan Baez
The list author says:
  "Joan Baez. Although she began in the late '50s, she rose to greater prominence in the '60s with her often socially and politically conscious folk interpretations, frequently covering Bob Dylan."
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The Byrds - Greatest Hits
3.  The Byrds - Greatest Hits by The Byrds
The list author says:
  "The Byrds, an influential West Coast group pioneering psych-folk fusion. Radio hits: "Mr. Tambourine Man," "Eight Miles High," and "Turn! Turn! Turn!""
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Blonde on Blonde
4.  Blonde on Blonde by Bob Dylan
The list author says:
  "Bob Dylan, one of the biggest influences on modern popular music. (What more can you say sufficiently in just two lines?) This is his landmark 1966 double album, Blonde on Blonde."
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The Very Best of The Seekers
5.  The Very Best of The Seekers by The Seekers
The list author says:
  "The Seekers, an Australian quartet. Their folk-rock sound meshed with good doses of sunshine pop yielded Top 40 singles like "Georgy Girl," "A World of Our Own," and "I'll Never Find Another You.""
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Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits
6.  Simon and Garfunkel's Greatest Hits by Simon & Garfunkel
The list author says:
  "Simon & Garfunkel, the most successful folk-rock duo of the decade. Their low-key, harmony-driven sound scored them big hits like "Mrs. Robinson," "Bridge Over Troubled Water," and "Scarborough Fair.""
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The United Artists Collection
7.  The United Artists Collection by Gordon Lightfoot
The list author says:
  "Gordon Lightfoot. The Canadian composer wrote hit singles for folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary as well as for country singer Marty Robbins, before beginning to release his own albums in 1966."
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The Lovin' Spoonful - Greatest Hits
8.  The Lovin' Spoonful - Greatest Hits by Lovin Spoonful
The list author says:
  "The Lovin' Spoonful, an East-Coast counterpart (and chart rival) to the Byrds. They hit it big with their singles "You Didn't Have to Be So Nice," "Summer in the City," and "Do You Believe in Magic?""
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What the World Needs Now is... Jackie De Shannon: The Definitive Collection
9.  What the World Needs Now is... Jackie De Shannon: The Definitive Collection by Jackie DeShannon
The list author says:
  "Jackie DeShannon. Apart from charting singles (like Bacharach's "What the World Needs Now Is Love") herself, she opened for the Beatles and wrote songs recorded by Marianne Faithfull & the Byrds."
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Astral Weeks
10.  Astral Weeks by Van Morrison
The list author says:
  "Van Morrison. After his 1967 hit "Brown-eyed Girl," Morrison followed up the next year with his masterpiece album, Astral Weeks. My pick: "The Way Young Lovers Do.""
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Retrospective: The Best of Buffalo Springfield
11.  Retrospective: The Best of Buffalo Springfield by Buffalo Springfield
The list author says:
  "The Buffalo Springfield. Stephen Stills penned their biggest hit, "For What It's Worth" (aka "Stop, Hey, What's That Sound?") before moving on to CS&N."
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Get Together: The Essential Youngbloods
12.  Get Together: The Essential Youngbloods by Youngbloods
The list author says:
  "The Youngbloods played a bluesy East Coast sound tempered with California folk-rock appeal. Their feel-good single "Get Together" was a top ten hit."
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The Many Sides of Fred Neil
13.  The Many Sides of Fred Neil by Fred Neil
The list author says:
  "Fred Neil emerged mid-decade from the Greenwich Village scene. He recorded his own albums but also wrote material for other acts, including Harry Nilsson and Roy Orbison."
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Unhalfbricking
14.  Unhalfbricking by Fairport Convention
The list author says:
  "Fairport Convention, the British folk-rock band. Singer Sandy Denny provides lead vocals on this, their third album, which mingles covers (Dylan, Mitchell) with their original compositions."
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The Best Of Peter, Paul & Mary: Ten Years Together
15.  The Best Of Peter, Paul & Mary: Ten Years Together by Peter, Paul & Mary
The list author says:
  "Peter, Paul & Mary. This "best of" repackage rounds up their big singles plus a few rarites. My picks: "I Dig Rock & Roll Music," "Puff the Magic Dragon," and Dylan's classic "Blowin' in the Wind.""
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Blues Run the Game
16.  Blues Run the Game by Jackson C. Frank
The list author says:
  "Seemingly singled out for tragedy all his life – fire, death, disfigurement, depression, drugs, divorce, loss of a child, physical problems, homelessness, even a final rally interrupted by a random shooting leaving him partly blind – the obscure Frank had one of the saddest stories in music, but his tunes influenced the likes of Denny, Drake, Jansch, and Paul Simon, who produced his sole album."
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Anthology 1960-1970 / Stained Glass Reflections
17.  Anthology 1960-1970 / Stained Glass Reflections by Scott Mckenzie
The list author says:
  "Scott McKenzie remains most famous for his idyllic hippie hymn "If You're Going to San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Some Flowers in Your Hair)" – co-written, incidentally, by John Phillips of M&P."
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Complete Anthology
18.  Complete Anthology by Mamas & Papas
The list author says:
  "The Mamas & The Papas. Radio picks: "Monday, Monday," "Dedicated to the One I Love," "I Saw Her Again Last Night," and their signature hit, "California Dreamin'.""
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Essential Leonard Cohen
19.  Essential Leonard Cohen by Leonard Cohen
The list author says:
  "Leonard Cohen. Originally an author, he didn't begin a music career until his 30s. His "Hallelujah" was later covered on Jeff Buckley's 1994 album, Grace, and also featured in the 2001 hit film Shrek."
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5000 Spirits / Hangman's Beautiful Daughter
20.  5000 Spirits / Hangman's Beautiful Daughter by Incredible String Band
The list author says:
  "Incredible String Band. The British folk-rock outfit blended Celtic traditions with Eastern sounds; this package includes two of their albums, 1967's "Onion" & 1968's The Hangman's Beautiful Daughter."
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Five Leaves Left (Remastered)
21.  Five Leaves Left (Remastered) by Nick Drake
The list author says:
  "Ohh, Nick Drake, how I adore you! This British singer recorded only three studio albums of his somber, understated folk-rock before passing away in 1974, aged 26. This is his first, 1969's Five Leaves Left."
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Greatest Hits
22.  Greatest Hits by Crosby, Stills & Nash
The list author says:
  "David Crosby (formerly of the Byrds), Stephen Stills (of Buffalo Springfield), & Graham Nash (from the Hollies) teamed up in '69 for a string of hits well into the '70s and beyond."
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The Best Of The Beau Brummels
23.  The Best Of The Beau Brummels by Beau Brummels
The list author says:
  "The Beau Brummels. Oft-neglected in pop history, they predated the Byrds and were one of the few American groups to make headway against the British Invasion. Hits: "Laugh, Laugh" & "Just a Little.""
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Hits
24.  Hits by Joni Mitchell
The list author says:
  "Joni Mitchell. The singer/songwriter has won a devoted following since her '60s debut, with tunes including "Clouds," "Both Sides Now," and "Big Yellow Taxi.""
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Sunshine Superman: The Very Best of Donovan
25.  Sunshine Superman: The Very Best of Donovan by Donovan
The list author says:
  "Donovan, the Scottish flower-power troubadour with an early psych-cum-folk sound. Biggest singles: "Mellow Yellow" and "Sunshine Superman.""
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There But For Fortune
26.  There But For Fortune by Phil Ochs
The list author says:
  "Phil Ochs, a folk singer in the vein of Dylan who earned a reputation for his topical protest songs and social commentary. His song "There But for Fortune" was also a top ten hit for Joan Baez."
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Folk Hits of the 60s
27.  Folk Hits of the 60s by Folk Hits of the 60's
The list author says:
  "Genre-overview compilation offers a variety of chart hits from other folk-rock artists, including Judy Collins, Bobby Darin, The Sandpipers, The Rooftop Singers, The Serendipity Singers, and more."
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