I thought a bit of psychedelia might be in order for Set 197.
Have a great weekend gang!
We Ain't Got Nothin' Yet, written by Ron Gilbert/Ralph Scala/Mike Esposito, released by Blues Magoos in 1966
I Had Too Much to Dream Last Night, written by Annette Tucker/Nancie Mantz, released by Electric Prunes in 1966
When I Was Young, written by Eric Burdon/Vic Briggs/John Weider/Barry Jenkins/Danny McCulloch, released by The Animals in 1967
Incense and Peppermints, written by John S Carter/Tim Gilbert/Mark Weitz/Ed King, released by Strawberry Alarm Clock in 1967
In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida, written by Doug Ingle, released by Iron Butterfly in 1968
Mr Linky is below...seriously this time.
Remember I'm counting down to Blog Blast on 4 November with 30 days of Peace Quotes and Reasons to Blog for Peace. It's coming up quick. Be sure to get your Peace Globe template, decorate it, send it on to Mimi, and then post it with your thoughts on peace for Blog Blast Day, under the title Dona Nobis Pacem.
You don't have to have fought in a war to love peace.
Reason 9: Because there is enough volatility in the natural processes that make up this planet on which we live. There is no need for humans to add to that volatility with unnecessary conflict and war.
We speak on one subject with one voice on one day. Won't you join us? You have a voice; how will you use it? Check in at Mimi Writes or at the Peace Globe Gallery for all the details you need to make your Peace Globe and join your voice to the movement.
Join us. You know you want to.
I believe that words have power, so this matters.