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Monterey International Pop Festival (Live)


Download links and information about Monterey International Pop Festival (Live). This album was released in 2007 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:34:30 minutes.

Release date: 2007
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:34:30
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No. Title Length
1. Along Comes Mary (The Association) 2:49
2. San Franciscan Nights (Eric Burdon & The Animals) 3:30
3. Homeward Bound (Simon & Garfunkel) 2:36
4. Sounds of Silence (Simon & Garfunkel) 3:16
5. Down On Me (feat. Janis Joplin) (Big Brother & The Holding Company) 2:55
6. Ball and Chain (feat. Janis Joplin) (Big Brother & The Holding Company) 8:00
7. Section 43 (Country Joe And The Fish) 6:34
8. Born In Chicago (The Paul Butterfield Blues Band) 3:57
9. Wine (The Electric Flag) 2:30
10. Bajabula Bonke (Healing Song) (Hugh Masekela) 3:37
11. Chimes of Freedom (The Byrds) 3:22
12. So You Wanna Be a Rock 'n' Roll Star (The Byrds) 2:09
13. Somebody to Love (Jefferson Airplane) 3:06
14. White Rabbit (Jefferson Airplane) 2:20
15. Booker-Loo (Booker T & The MG'S) 2:51
16. Shake (Otis Redding) 2:56
17. I've Been Loving You (Too Long) (Otis Redding) 4:02
18. Dhun: Fast Teental (Excerpt) (Ravi Shankar) 5:39
19. For What It's Worth (Buffalo Springfield) 2:44
20. Summertime Blues (The Who) 3:14
21. My Generation (The Who) 3:02
22. The Wind Cries Mary (Jimi Hendrix Experience) 3:14
23. Like a Rolling Stone (Jimi Hendrix Experience) 6:33
24. Straight Shooter (The Mamas & Papas) 2:53
25. San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers In Your Hair) (Scott McKenzie) 3:52
26. California Dreamin' (The Mamas & Papas) 2:49



The rock scene was caught in the midst of change at the Monterey International Pop Festival in 1967. There’s a palpable tension in the Byrds’s performance as David Crosby was about to be fired — his voice can be heard competing for presence with Roger McGuinn and Chris Hillman on the taut harmonies on the chorus of “Chimes of Freedom.” Irritated with Crosby’s ranting political banter between songs (absent here), the band sped up the tempo to “So You Wanna Be A Rock ‘n’ Roll Star” so fast it sounds like they inadvertently invented folk-punk. They became further annoyed when Crosby accepted an invitation by Buffalo Springfield to sub for Neil Young who had quit at the last minute — though Crosby’s vocal contributions to this version of “For What It’s Worth” sounds great. Of course nobody’s harmonies sounded as tight as Simon & Garfunkel’s who sing like siblings on “Homeward Bound” and on a stunningly beautiful version of “Sounds of Silence.” But the night belonged to Jimi Hendrix whose performances of “The Wind Cries Mary” and “Like A Rolling Stone” upstage the studio versions.