What's your hippie anthem?

Discussion in 'Hippies' started by lovejanisandgrace, Apr 16, 2007.

  1. lovejanisandgrace

    lovejanisandgrace Estimated Prophet

    What song(s) do you HAVE to listen to everyday? What's your favorite?

    Everyday I either have to listen to China Cat Sunflower or Scarlet Begonias (I like the Sublime version, too!) by the Dead or The Ballad of You Me and Pooneil by Jefferson Airplane.
  2. CloudFlower

    CloudFlower Member

    John Lennon- instant karma
    Bob Dylan- Like a rolling stone
    Jefferson Airplane- White rabbit
    The Doors- Hello I love you
    Joni Mitchell- California
    Buffalo Springfield- Stop children
    Janis Joplin- Me and Bobby McGee
    The Grateful Dead- A friend of the devil
    The Beatles- Blackbird
    Plus quite a few more, just figured I wouldn't bore you with more

    PSYCHEDELICA MAN The psychman

    the beatles:tommorow never knows---janis joplin:ball and chain---hp lovecraft:the white ship---the doors:the end---the who:my generation---led zeppelin:rock and roll---the byrds:eight miles high---country joe and the fish:janis---jefferson airplane:white rabbit
  4. PAX-MAN

    PAX-MAN Just A Old Hippy

    there is just one song that says it all, Beautiful by CAROLE KING, it got me going everday when I had to get up and go to my straight job now I work for myself and it still give me hope ............You've got to get up every morning with a smile on your face
    And show the world all the love in your heart
    Then people gonna treat you better
    You're gonna find, yes, you will
    That you're beautiful as you feel

    Waiting at the station with a workday wind a-blowing
    I've got nothing to do but watch the passers-by
    Mirrored in their faces I see frustration growing
    And they don't see it showing, why do I?

    You've got to get up every morning with a smile on your face
    And show the world all the love in your heart
    Then people gonna treat you better
    You're gonna find, yes, you will
    That you're beautiful as you feel

    I have often asked myself the reason for sadness
    In a world where tears are just a lullaby
    If there's any answer, maybe love can end the madness
    Maybe not, oh, but we can only try

    You've got to get up every morning with a smile on your face
    And show the world all the love in your heart
    Then people gonna treat you better
    You're gonna find, yes, you will
    That you're beautiful as you feel
  5. Miss_Beatle

    Miss_Beatle Beatlemaniac

    Please, mister postman - the Beatles
    In my life - the Beatles

    Have to listen to both of those at least once a day.
  6. Lady Neko

    Lady Neko Member

    Friend of the Devil-the Grateful Dead (was my wedding song)
    Black Water-The Doobie Brothers
    Purple Haze-Jimi Hendrix
    Subtereanan Homesick Blues-Bob Dylan
    Imagine-John Lennon
    A Sorta Fairy Tale-Tori Amos
    Aidia-Sarah McLachlan
  7. Lady Neko

    Lady Neko Member

    Oh yeah Lovely Rita, Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds, Benefits of Mr. Kite, & Ob-la-Di Ob-la-da by the beatles!! ^_^ there are more beatles but i'll stick to those for now as well as the above named.
  8. Freekowtski

    Freekowtski Member

    My fav hippie anthem would be "Carry On" by CSN&Y, but lastly I'm on KLF Chill Out tunes which are very warm and lovely. They transcend me to outer space. Like love.
  9. dollydagger

    dollydagger Needle to the Groove

    these songs vary day to day, week to week for me. It depends on my mood.....but lately, its been DCBA-25 by Jefferson Airplane.....I just love that song.......
  10. Any Color You Like

    Any Color You Like Senior Member

    Acid Rain of Liquid Tension Experiment
  11. Ezzie

    Ezzie Member

    Led Zeppelin- Stairway To Heaven
  12. dixie_pixy

    dixie_pixy HighMandi

    Anything Saving Jane or Janis Joplin. I'm not picky with music at all. As long as it's got a good message!

    My favorite song though is Saving Jane-Happy.
  13. Box Of Rain

    Box Of Rain Member

    big brother & the holding company-combination of the two

    allman brothers band-blue sky
    john tucker band-the ocean & zebra
    led zeppelin-tangerine
  14. lovejanisandgrace

    lovejanisandgrace Estimated Prophet

    I love Big Brother and the Holding Company. Oh, Sweet Mary is a great song.
  15. madlizard

    madlizard Senior Member

    Mmm, I'd probably have to say Ani Difranco's "Pixie (Be Nice.)"

    If you haven't heard that song (or haven't heard Ani's stuff at all,) I'd definitely suggest you pick up some of her music.

    She's one hardcore, lovely girl. The lyrics in that song inspire me to be kind to others. People's happiness mean the world to me and so I suppose that would be at the top of my "hippie anthem" list.

    Anything by The Doors makes me shiver and so they're up there, too. The Doors will eternally be spectacular to me.

    Janis' "Summertime" is lovely as far as nature-related lyrics go. I love Janis' stuff; she had a beautiful voice.

    "Another Brick in the Wall" by Pink Floyd explains perfectly my hatred and distrust toward the system.. toward society.. anything Pink Floyd captures a certain morbid, yet beautiful, essence. I love the meaningful, poetic lyrics.

    Mmm, Simon & Garfunkel's "America" describes my future travels. I really dig that.

    Anything reggae has a good, laid-back mood to it. Gotta love that.

    Haha, okay, I'll stop now.. I adore music.
  16. Erstwhile

    Erstwhile Member

    King Crimson-Red
    Rush-Permanent Waves
    Genesis-Selling England By the Pound
    Yes-Close to the Edge
    Mahavishnu Orchestra-Between Nothingness and Eternity
    Herbie Hancock-Sextant
    Fleetwood Mac-Then Play on and Future Games
    Emerson, Lake, and Palmer-Brain Salad Surgery
  17. for what its worth- buffalo springfield
  18. The_Walrus

    The_Walrus Sgt. Pepper

    I have to listen to these songs nearly every day for various reasons...

    "I Am the Walrus" - The Beatles
    "Hey Bulldog" - The Beatles
    "I'm Only Sleeping" - The Beatles
    "Being for the Benefit of Mr. Kite!" - The Beatles
    "It Don't Come Easy" - Ringo Starr
    "Instant Karma!" - John Lennon
    "My Sweet Lord" - George Harrison
    "Not to Touch the Earth" - The Doors
    "The World's on Fire" - Strawberry Alarm Clock
    "Tomorrow" - Strawberry Alarm Clock
    "Eight Miles High" - The Byrds
    "Magic Carpet Ride" - Steppenwolf
  19. oink

    oink Member

    I don't know about hippie anthems, but one group in particular speaks to me of my memories of my hippie psychodelic period. I can darn near have a real flashback just listening to some of their stuff: Quicksilver Messenger Service albums, Quicksilver Messenger Service, Happy Trails, Just for Love, and What About Me. Just for Love and What About Me are definitely trippin albums.
  20. Freewheelin Franklin

    Freewheelin Franklin Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    Hippie anthems...hmmm....
    Mine would be:
    On the Road to Freedom by Alvin Lee and Mylon Lefevre
    In Memory of Elizabeth Reed by the Allman Bros.
    Can't Buy Me Love by some British band whose name escapes me right now...
    Layla by Derek & the Dominos
    I'd Love to Change the World by 10 Years After
    Dazed and Confused by Led Zep
    Sunshine of Your Love By Cream
    And of course, the all-time 60's-70's garage band anthem:
    Jumpin' Jack Flash by the Glimmer Twins

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