I'm very bored right now, so I figured I'd invite the fine people of UG to help me create a mix. Something clicked in my head today and I've been obsessed with songs like Dear Prudence by the Beatles and She's A Rainbow by the Rolling Stones. I'd like some reccomendations for songs in the same vein, that shimmering, crystaline post-Summer of Love chilled out British rock style. It doesn't really have to be from that era, anything in that style is fine. Looking forward to whatever suggestions you guys have to offer.
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Friend of the Devil- Grateful Dead
Blowin' in the Wind- Bob Dylan
Dolly Dagger- Jimi Hendrix

There's plenty, it all a matter of preference.
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I would reccomend a lot of Bob Dylan.
Mr.Tambourine man, Like a Rolling stone, Blowin' in the wind.
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You make me feel
Like a dog, you can see, my emotions
Is this for real, i'm a man
Sinking deep, in the ocean
Mr. Tambourine man & Eight Miles High-by the Byrds.
Day after Day-by Badfinger

Also there are heaps more Beatles songs you could try.
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^Thanks, the Byrds hadn't occurred to me. I do already have a lot of Beatles on there, for the record.
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Pink Floyd - A Pillow of Winds
Rolling Stones - Moonlight Mile
Van Morrison - Astral Weeks
Bob Dylan - Blind Willie McTell
George Harrison - Isn't It A Pity
Fleetwood Mac - Albatross
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The Eagles
The Steve Miller Band
Tom Petty
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My Back Pages, Turn! Turn! Turn! - The Byrds
On the Dock of the Bay - Otis Redding
These Eyes, Laughing - The Guees Who
Spinning Wheel - Blood, Sweat and Tears
Sunday Morning, Pale Blue Eyes, Some Kinda Love - Velvet Underground
Time of the Season - Zombies
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Simon and Garfunkel songs are brilliant if you're into that kind of stuff.

If you like She's a Rainbow buy Their Satanic Majesties Request and Flowers by the Rolling Stones
The Oddysey and Oracle by The Zombies, Wharf Rat by The Grateful Dead, Wishful Sinful by The Doors, Midnight Rider by The Allman Brothers Band, Today by Jefferson Airplane, Sister Morphene by The Rolling Stones ya well thats just me bu these are pretty great mellowish songs