favourite 60s song

what is your favourite 60s song (excluding anything by the beatles)?

Mine is probably I get around

At this moment, I would say “The Mountains High” by Dick and Dee-Dee.

Note: Management reserves the right to change the above selection without notice, due to changes in mood, ambience, or for no apparent reason at all.

I never cared for the Beatles.
Always thought something must be wrong with me, as they were IT.
Oh well.
I grew up with 60’s songs.
Hard to pick A favorite.
Tell Me Something Good by Rufus featuring Chaka Khan was good.
Get Together really made the statement for me.

Sound of silence by Simon and Garfunkel (even when you include the Beatles, this is my favourite).

The Velvet Underground - “What Goes On” has always been a favourite. Also I’m rather partial to Vanilla Fudge’s version of “You just keep me hanging on”.

Are you kidding? I must have 500 favorite songs from the 60s. Can you imagine how good the radio sounded every single day?

10 years after “I’d love to change the world”

I’m just glad to know somebody out there besides me understands just how cool that song is!

Another great 60’s tune is Land of 1,000 Dances by the great Wilson Pickett.

Great minds, eh? :smiley:

Have you heard the live version on the “1969” album?

Not yet! Will do, though.

Either “Venus in Furs” by Velvet Underground or “Buzzin’ Fly” by Tim Buckley.

Good Vibrations by the Beach Boys

Heat Wave by Martha and the Vandellas

For What It’s Worth by Buffalo Springfield

I should stop now before this becomes a Greatest Hits list.

“96 Tears” by ? and the Mysterians

Room to Move by John Mayall and another vote for Tim Buckley’s Buzzin’ Fly.

Rufus didn’t record “Tell Me Something Good” until 1974, so I guess you’re stuck with “Get Together.”

If I HAVE to limit myself to one 60s song, I’ll go with Led Zeppelin’s “Dazed and Confused.”

Wow, all those votes for VU… in that case, instead of voting for “I Heard Her Call My Name”, I’ll go with “Time Has Come Today” by the Chambers Brothers (yes, the long version).

Na Na Hey Hey is unarguably the greatest song ever recorded in the 1960s.

I second that.

Stones’ Paint It Black is a favourite. Not sure where I would place it.

Ah, okay.
The very first song I heard that I wanted to dance to was
Honky Tonk Woman.(by the Stones)

A Question of Temperature - The Balloon Farm.

And a few dozen others, some already mentioned.