Seniors, your favorite Lovin' Spoonful song?
Oh, the days of John Sebastian and the Lovin' Spoonful. And the Mamas and the Papas! This is one of my favorites, what's yours?
- HollyLv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
I always loved, "Nashville Cats." I don't know why-reminds me of some great times.
- gee beeLv 79 years ago
Mine go way back to the times when these were radio or vaudeville songs:
By the Light, of the Silvery Moon.
If you were the Only Girl in the World.
Lilly of Laguna.
Mocking Bird Hill.
Wont you come Home, Bill Baily.>?
Donald Peers 'In a shady nook.'
Sachemo, Blueberry Hill. and What a Wonderful World.
- ErikaLv 44 years ago
it extremely is between the albums i've got have been given no longer rather recognized into yet. I actual have been given into the beatles in easy terms approximately a 12 months interior the previous and love them, yet i began out with their sixty seven-70 suitable of albums and then of direction to the sixty seven-70 albums, then to sixty 2-sixty 5 so kinda omitted Revolver XD i be conscious of Eleanor Rigby is a huge song, Taxman is likewise incredibly good yet i've got have been given no longer listened something sufficient to have an opinion in this, so rather, i don't be conscious of why i'm even answering this question.. XD
- Anonymous9 years ago
"Rain on the Roof" from the fall of 1966, The second best would be "Darling Be Home Soon" (1967)
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- deekayoweLv 69 years ago
Probably Daydream. For a short time I had a restaurant and I called it Luvin' Spoonful. LOL. I loved the music in those days. It was the best.
- SnidLv 79 years ago
What a Day for a Daydream is my favorite, too. They've been playing the Sppoful a lot on Sirius radio lately.
- 9 years ago
What a blast from the past. They were wonderful. "You didn't have to be so nice" is great also.
Mamas and the Pappas were fabulous too. Those harmonies>>.. "Monday, Monday" and 'California Dreaming" are probably my favs.
- LisetteLv 79 years ago
Did You Ever Have To Make Up Your Mind
- Anonymous9 years ago
------------ You didnt have to be so nice.
Did you know that John Sebastion of The Loving Spoonful did this song -----http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGFwGwV1lZc
-----Do You Wanna Dance
- johnLv 79 years ago
What a group!! I attended one of their concerts in 1966.My favorite song was Darlin' Be Home Soon with Nashville Kats a close second.John Sebastian,along with Jim McGuinn of The Byrds,were two class acts of the 60's.No flash or glitter,just good music.
Allow me one more favorite:Younger Girl.