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She loved her work and greatly appreciated the people there.

Elektra was home of several of the 1960s most important folk singer-songwriters and folk-rockers, including Judy Collins, Love, Tim Buckley, and Phil Ochs.7.

Lou Adler: Co-founder of Dunhill Records and, as producer for the Mamas & the Papas and Barry Mc Guire, the visionary behind folk-rock at its most commercial.

Country Joe & the Fish, "I-Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin'-to-Die Rag." The funniest, and most vicious, anti-Vietnam War protest song.

Not always thought of as a folk-rock song, but it should be noted that -- in addition to boasting a psychedelic jugband flavor -- it was first recorded as an acoustic jugband folk tune on a 1965 EP, prior to the release of the famous rock version two years later on the group's second album.1.

Ochs had previously done this protest classic as a solo acoustic track.

For a 1966 non-LP single, it was totally redone as a galvanizing electric number, with bursts of bagpipes at the beginning and end, and roadhouse piano runs throughout.

Simon & Garfunkel: "The Sound of Silence." Not just Paul Simon's first great song, but the most canny realization of how a good acoustic folk song could be made over into an electric folk-rock hit, in this case through the literal overdubbing of electric instruments onto an acoustic recording.10.

The song that, as the critical phrase went, rocked the Bible and got away with it.4.

Roslyn also loved to ride in her antiques cars and trucks which she owned from time to time.

She just recently retired from MHMR-Llano, where she served as a caregiver for many years.

Tambourine Man," this is one of many gorgeously melodic, sensitively sung early Byrds songs written by Gene Clark that could have qualified for this list.

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