My Reel Tapes: #5

This is post #5 in a series with playlists from my audio reel tapes that were recorded from FM radio broadcasts during the 60’s and 70’s that I liked. I decided to create Spotify playlists so I could listen to the music again, and share with others. And it’s a lot cheaper than converting all the tapes to DVD and better quality. This brings back lots of memories for me, and I hope you enjoy them too.

Tape 5 – 19 songs, 1 hr 25 min

 

Albums

Here are albums featured in this playlist.

A Nashville Skyline by Bob Dylan (1969) – 10 songs, 26 min

 

Younger Than Yesterday by The Byrds (1967) – 17 songs, 46 min

 

Wildflowers by Judy Collins (1967) – 10 songs, 36 min

 

John Barleycorn Must Die by Traffic (1970) – 6 songs, 34 min

 

It’s A Beautiful Day by It’s A Beautiful Day (2015) – 7 songs, 40 min

 

One Day At A Time by Joan Baez (1970) – 13 songs, 45 min

 

On The Dock Of The Bay by Otis Redding (1968) – 11 songs, 31 min

 

Sweet Baby James by James Taylor (1970) – 11 songs, 31 min

 

Self Portrait (Remastered) by Bob Dylan (1970) – 24 songs, 1 hr 14 min

 

Liege and Leaf by Fairport Convention (1969) – 8 songs, 40 min

 

The Summertime by Mungo Jerry (2006) – 16 songs, 56 min

 

Love Chronicles by Al Stewart (1969) – 9 songs, 51 min

 

Alone Together by Dave Mason (1970) – 8 songs, 35 min

 

The Beatles 1967-1970 (Remastered) by The Beatles (1973) – 28 songs, 1 hr 39 min

 

The Big Huge by The Incredible String Band (1968) – 9 songs, 43 min

 

Ton-Ton Macoute! by Johnny Jenkins (1974) – 11 songs, 48 sec

 

The Rotary Connection by Rotary Connection (1967) – 13 songs, 36 min

 

Beautiful People: The Greatest Hits of Melanie by Melanie (1999) – 19 songs, 1 hr 18 sec

 

Photo credit: Nashville Skyline @ Amazon (album cover)

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