70) Headstone Circus, “Healer”
Best song from a wonderful blues/folk/psych album recorded in ‘68-‘70 but inexplicably not released until decades later.
According to Lost.FM, the band describes its naming as follows:
“On Halloween night we went to an old cemetery, dropped acid, and spent a very strange night . . . . The tombstones appeared to be melting and taking on animal shapes. . . . Afterwards, we referred to that night as the ‘Headstone Circus.”https://www.last.fm/music/Headstone+Circus/+wiki
71) O.V. Wright, “You’re Gonna Make Me Cry”
Incendiary. The start of the legendary Memphis soul career of former gospel singer Overton Vertis Wright. Bill Dahl calls it “spine-chilling .” (https://www.allmusic.com/artist/ov-wright-mn0000457807/biography) Yup. It reached #86 in the summer of ‘65 (#6 R&B).
72) Tomorrow, “Revolution”
Before Yes, there was this September ‘67 “infectious hippy anthem” (Richie Unterberger, https://www.allmusic.com/album/tomorrow-mw0000247533) by the London Underground stalwarts Tomorrow.