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  • Steppenwolf - Magic Carpet Ride 1968 HQ

    4:21

    I like to dream yes, yes, right between my sound machine
    On a cloud of sound I drift in the night
    Any place it goes is right
    Goes far, flies near, to the stars away from here

    Well, you don't know what we can find
    Why don't you come with me little girl
    On a magic carpet ride
    You don't know what we can see
    Why don't you tell your dreams to me
    Fantasy will set you free
    Close your eyes girl
    Look inside girl
    Let the sound take you away

    Last night I held Aladdin's lamp
    And so I wished that I could stay
    Before the thing could answer me
    Well, someone came and took the lamp away
    I looked around, a lousy candle's all I found

    Well, you don't know what we can find
    Why don't you come with me little girl
    On a magic carpet ride
    Well, you don't know what we can see
    Why don't you tell your dreams to me
    Fantasy will set you free
    Close your eyes girl
    Look inside girl
    Let the sound take you away.

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  • Steppenwolf Born To Be Wild & Magic Carpet Ride on The Ed Sullivan Show

    2:14

    Steppenwolf Born To Be Wild & Magic Carpet Ride on The Ed Sullivan Show, August 17, 1969. Subscribe now to never miss an update:

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  • Steppenwolf - Born To Be Wild

    3:31

    Easy Rider soundtrack

  • Magic Carpet Ride

    4:32

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Magic Carpet Ride · Steppenwolf

    The Second

    ℗ 1968 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1968-10-01

    Producer: Gabriel Mekler
    Composer Lyricist: Rushton Moreve
    Composer Lyricist: John Kay

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Born To Be Wild

    3:33

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    Born To Be Wild · Steppenwolf

    Steppenwolf

    ℗ 1968 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1968-01-01

    Producer: Gabriel Mekler
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Richard Podolor
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Bill Cooper
    Associated Performer, Vocals, Guitar: John Kay
    Associated Performer, Guitar, Background Vocalist: Michael Monarch
    Associated Performer, Keyboards: Goldy McJohn
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar, Background Vocalist: Rushton Moreve
    Associated Performer, Drums, Background Vocalist: Jerry Edmonton
    Composer Lyricist: Mars Bonfire

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  • Steppenwolf - Dont Step On The Grass, Sam

    5:47

    John Kay was never one to shy away from social and political issues. One of their best songs. I do not own the rights to any of the content of this video.

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  • Steppenwolf - Born To Be Wild

    3:22

    Steppenwolf is a Canadian-American rock band, prominent from 1968 to 1972. The group was formed in late 1967 in Los Angeles by lead singer John Kay, keyboardist Goldy McJohn, and drummer Jerry Edmonton (all formerly in Jack London & the Sparrows from Oshawa, Ontario).[6] Guitarist Michael Monarch and bass guitarist Rushton Moreve were recruited by notices placed in Los Angeles-area record and musical instrument stores.

    Steppenwolf sold over 25 million records worldwide,[7] released eight gold albums and 12 Billboard Hot 100 singles, of which six were top 40 hits,[8] including three top 10 successes: Born to Be Wild, Magic Carpet Ride, and Rock Me. Steppenwolf enjoyed worldwide success from 1968 to 1972, but clashing personalities led to the end of the core lineup. Today, John Kay is the only original member, having served as the lead singer since 1967.

  • Steppenwolf - The Pusher

    5:53

    LYRICS:

    You know I smoked a lot of grass.
    Oh Lord! I popped a lot of pills.
    But I've never touched nothin'
    That my spirit couldn't kill.
    You know I've seen a lot of people walking 'round
    With tombstones in their eyes.
    But the pusher don't care
    If you live -- or if you die.
    God Damn! The pusher.
    God Damn! The pusher.
    I said God Damn! God damn the pusher man.
    You know the dealer, the dealer is a man
    With a lump of grass in his hand.
    But the pusher is a monster
    Not a natural man.
    The dealer for a nickel
    Goin to sell you lots of sweet dreams.
    Ah...but the pusher will ruin your body;
    Lord he'll leave your mind to scream.
    God Damn! The pusher.
    God Damn! God damn the pusher.
    I said God Damn! God damn the pusher man.
    Well now if I were the president of this land
    You know I'd declare total war on the pusher man.
    I'd cut him if he stands, and I'd shoot him if he run,
    And I'd kill him with my bible, and my razor and my gun....
    GOD DAMN! The pusher
    God damn the pusher.
    I said God damn! God damn the pusher man!

  • Steppenwolf - Magic Carpet Ride

    4:25

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  • Steppenwolf - Monster

    9:18

    Steppenwolf inspired The Plagiarist's Wireless, now available in FORTUNE: LOST AND FOUND (Omnium Gatherum) in paperback and Kindle editions. Visit for more information.

    Monster is the title track from Steppenwolf's 1969 album, Monster, featuring John Kay (vocals), Larry Byrom (guitar), Nick St. Nicholas (bass), Goldy McJohn (organ), and Jerry Edmonton (drums). The live footage in this video comes from their 1970 Randall's Island Pop Festival performance, featuring St. Nicholas's replacement, George Biondo.

  • STEPPENWOLF - FILLMORE WEST 1968

    1:7:43

    August 28.
    hoochie coochie man * your wall's too high * desperation * baby please don't go * the pusher * tighten up your wig * blues jam.
    BORN TO BE WILD was the #2 hit in August of '68 and must have been played sometime during the show.

  • Steppenwolf - The Ostrich

    5:44

    It was written by John Kay from their first album Steppenwolf released in 1968.
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  • Steppenwolf - Desperation

    5:48

    from the album Steppenwolf

  • Steppenwolf - Smokey Factory Blues

    4:17

    I've noticed people seem to really like the stuff from this record, so here's another one. I do not own the rights to this.

  • Steppenwolf - Born To Be Wild - guitar cover

    3:33

    Using my 2007 Epiphone Les Paul Standard through a Home Brew Electronics Power Screamer in the Vox AC10 amp.

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    NO INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT IS INTENDED.

  • Steppenwolf - Monster RARE

    6:10

    One rare live video of Steppenwolf playing Monster, featured in the 1977 movie The Day The Music Died

  • Who Needs Ya - Steppenwolf

    3:01

    Track 7. Who Needs Ya' . From the album '7'

    Written by Larry Byrom and John Kay

    George Biondo - Bass, Vocals (Background)
    Larry Byrom - Guitar, Vocals (Background)
    Goldy McJohn - Keyboards
    John Kay - Guitar, Vocals, Guitar (Electric), Harmonica
    Jerry Edmonton - Drums

    Richard Podolar - Producer, Engineer
    Bill Cooper - Engineer


    ♪♫ Well, it's sunrise on the freeway as I get back from town
    Find you standin' in my boots, kicking my dog around
    Empty bottles on the floor
    Enough to build a monument
    Then you've got the nerve to tell me
    Somebody took the rent

    Who needs ya'? Think about it baby, who needs you?
    Now you can save your lip, just pack your grip
    And leave a trail of smoke behind you
    Who needs ya'? Can you tell me baby, who needs you?
    Who needs you? Think about it baby
    Well, who needs you? Can you tell me please?

    Last week you pulled another of your tricks
    You let your brother move in here with a herd of freaks
    They ate us out of house and home
    Turned this place into a sty
    Darlin' by tomorrow you'll be eatin' humble pie

    Repeat Chorus ♪♫



    The official Steppenwolf website.


    ~ [Many thanks to the copyright owners UMG for allowing this to be heard on YouTube] ~ ☺

  • STEPPENWOLF - Sookie Sookie 1968

    2:56

    Rare 1968 Live Performance

  • Born To Be Wild by Steppenwolf - Guitar Lesson

    6:18

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  • The Pusher

    5:53

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    The Pusher · Steppenwolf

    Steppenwolf

    ℗ 1968 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1968-01-01

    Producer: Gabriel Mekler
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Richard Podolor
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Bill Cooper
    Associated Performer, Vocals: John Kay
    Associated Performer, Guitar: Michael Monarch
    Associated Performer, Organ: Goldy McJohn
    Associated Performer, Bass Guitar: Rushton Moreve
    Associated Performer, Drums: Jerry Edmonton
    Composer Lyricist: Hoyt Axton

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • Steppenwolf - The Pusher

    6:51

  • Steppenwolf Its Never Too Late on The Ed Sullivan Show

    2:55

    Steppenwolf It's Never Too Late on The Ed Sullivan Show, May 19, 1969. Subscribe now to never miss an update:

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  • Steppenwolf - Jupiters Child

    3:30

  • Snowblind Friend - Steppenwolf

    3:55

    Track 6. 'Snowblind Friend'. From the album '7'

    Written by Hoyt Axton

    George Biondo - Bass, Vocals (Background)
    Larry Byrom - Guitar, Vocals (Background)
    Goldy McJohn - Keyboards
    John Kay - Guitar, Vocals, Guitar (Electric), Harmonica
    Jerry Edmonton - Drums

    Richard Podolar - Producer, Engineer
    Bill Cooper - Engineer


    ♪♫ You say it was this morning when you last saw your good friend
    Lyin' on the pavement with a misery on his brain
    Stoned on some new potion he found upon the wall
    Of some unholy bathroom in some ungodly hall
    He only had a dollar to live on 'til next Monday
    But he spent it on some comfort for his mind
    Did you say you think he's blind?

    Someone should call his parents, a sister or a brother
    And they'll come to take him back home on a bus
    But he'll always be a problem to his poor and puzzled mother
    Yeah he'll always be another one of us
    He said he wanted Heaven but prayin' was too slow
    So he bought a one way ticket on an airline made of snow
    Did you say you saw your good friend flyin' low?
    Flyin' low
    Dyin' slow ♪♫



    The official Steppenwolf website.


    ~ [Many thanks to the copyright owners UMG for allowing this to be heard on YouTube] ~ ☺

  • Steppenwolf ► Sookie Sookie ★

    3:09

    Steppenwolf -Sookie Sookie from the first their self-titled studio album Steppenwolf released in January (C) 1968.

    The Steppenwolf:
    ►John Kay: guitars, harmonica, lead vocals.
    ► Rushton Moreve: bass guitar, backing vocals.
    ► Michael Monarch: guitars, backing vocals.
    ►Goldy McJohn: organ, piano, electric piano.
    ► Jerry Edmonton: drums, percussion, backing vocals.

  • Steppenwolf - Snow Blind Friend

    4:23

    Lyrics:

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  • Hey Lawdy Mama

    2:59

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Hey Lawdy Mama · Steppenwolf

    Live Steppenwolf

    ℗ 1970 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1971-01-01

    Producer: Gabriel Mekler
    Composer Lyricist: Jerry Edmonton
    Composer Lyricist: John Kay
    Composer Lyricist: Larry Byrom

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Its Never Too Late

    4:03

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    It's Never Too Late · Steppenwolf

    At Your Birthday Party

    ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1992-01-01

    Producer: Gabriel Mekler
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Bill Cooper
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Richard Podolor
    Composer Lyricist: John Kay
    Composer Lyricist: Nick St. Nicholas

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Rock Me

    3:39

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Rock Me · Steppenwolf

    At Your Birthday Party

    ℗ 1969 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1992-01-01

    Producer: Gabriel Mekler
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Richard Podolor
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Bill Cooper
    Composer Lyricist: John Kay

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Steppenwolf - Rock Me

    3:47

    John Kay and his mates mime their hit on the Smothers Brothers show. To me these guys were what a R&R band should look like!

  • Steppenwolf - Rock Me

    3:13

    Steppenwolf is a Canadian-American rock band, prominent from 1968 to 1972. The group was formed in late 1967 in Los Angeles by lead singer John Kay, keyboardist Goldy McJohn, and drummer Jerry Edmonton (all formerly in Jack London & the Sparrows from Oshawa, Ontario).[6] Guitarist Michael Monarch and bass guitarist Rushton Moreve were recruited by notices placed in Los Angeles-area record and musical instrument stores.

    Steppenwolf sold over 25 million records worldwide,[7] released eight gold albums and 12 Billboard Hot 100 singles, of which six were top 40 hits,[8] including three top 10 successes: Born to Be Wild, Magic Carpet Ride, and Rock Me. Steppenwolf enjoyed worldwide success from 1968 to 1972, but clashing personalities led to the end of the core lineup. Today, John Kay is the only original member, having served as the lead singer since 1967.

  • John Kay & Steppenwolf - Rock Me

    3:35

    Recorded at the Riverfront Festival In Louisville, KY, October 7, 2000.
    John Kay: Lead Vocals, Guitar and Harp.
    Michael Wilk: Keyboards, Bass and Vocals.
    Danny Johnson: Lead Guitar and Vocals.
    Ron Hurst: Drums and Vocals

  • Monster

    9:56

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Monster (Live / 1970) · Steppenwolf

    Live Steppenwolf

    ℗ 1970 UMG Recordings, Inc.

    Released on: 1971-01-01

    Producer: Gabriel Mekler
    Studio Personnel, Engineer: Ray Thompson
    Composer Lyricist: John Kay
    Composer Lyricist: Jerry Edmonton

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Steppenwolf Its Never Too Late

    4:05

    Steppenwolf It's Never Too Late

  • John Kay & Steppenwolf - Hoochie Coochie Man

    5:47

    Recorded at the Riverfront Festival In Louisville, KY, October 7, 2000.
    John Kay: Lead Vocals, Guitar and Harp.
    Michael Wilk: Keyboards, Bass and Vocals.
    Danny Johnson: Lead Guitar and Vocals.
    Ron Hurst: Drums and Vocals

  • STEPPENWOLF - Blues Jam from the FILLMORE WEST, San Francisco, Ca.

    23:09

    SOUNDBOARD RECORDING - August 1968.

  • Steppenwolf - The Wall

    6:21

    Crossing the line in the dead of night
    Five years old and on the run
    This ain't no game, boy, don't make a sound
    And watch that man with the gun
    Say a prayer for the ones we leave behind, say a prayer for us all
    Come take my hand now and hold on tight
    Take one last look at that wall

    Think of the shattered lives, think of the broken hearts
    Think of the battered dreams, of families still torn apart
    Wall of bitter tears, wall of crying pain
    Wall of chilling fear, you will never keep me here
    For I, I shall crawl right down through that wall
    I will crawl right on through that wall

    That fateful night I was one that got away,
    A young and restless renegade
    Chasing my dreams, still on the run,
    I had some moments in the sun
    Years flew by like a speeding bullet train, I sang my songs to one and all
    Then came the day when I had a chance to pay
    My respects to the names on that wall

    I saw the wooden crosses, saw the bloody stains
    Saw the gruesome pictures of all the ones that died in vain
    Wall of countless victims, wall of endless shame
    Had just one thing gone wrong I might have joined that list of names
    And I cried for all who died there at the wall
    I recall weeping at the wall


    Freedom has many difficulties, and democracy
    is not perfect,
    But we've never had to put a wall up to keep
    our people in...
    While the wall is the most obvious
    demonstration of the failures of the communist system,
    We take no pride in it...for it is an offense
    against humanity, separating families,
    Dividing husbands and wives, brothers and
    sisters and dividing a people
    who wish to be joined together...
    All free men, wherever they may live, are
    citizens of Berlin
    And therefore, as a free man I take pride in the
    words Ich bin ein Berliner.

    (Excerpts from John F. Kennedy speech at the Berlin wall June 26, 1963)

    Turned on the news in November '89
    I could not move, I could not speak
    Something was burning up in my eyes,
    Something wet ran down my cheek
    All those laughing faces, all those tears of joy
    All those warm embraces of men and women, girls and boys
    Sisters and brothers dancing, all singing freedom's song
    God, if only I could be there to shake your hands and sing along
    Oh I, I would climb right up on that wall
    And join you all dancing on the wall
    Standing tall walking on the wall
    Tear it down, right down to the ground
    Tear it down, right down to the ground
    Tear it down, right down to the ground

    I do not own the rights to the song, lyrics, or album art in anyway shape or form
    This song belongs to respective owner(s).

  • Move Over - Steppenwolf - 1969

    2:54

    *Michael Beauleau your Classic Musicman: Unlocks * Another fine classic hot to video! (Move Over - off the album Monster)

  • John Kay Steppenwolf The Pusher Live in Louisville

    8:06

    John Kay Steppenwolf The Pusher Live in Louisville

    Nothing Beats Classic Rock!!!

  • The Pusher-Steppenwolf Guitar Lesson

    6:56

    The easy riffs of this song are fully explained. Again, credit to the original songwriter, Hoyt Axton who is not credited for the song as he should be.


    Recorded on September 16, 2011 using a Flip Video camera.

  • Steppenwolf - Now and forever

    4:13

    Lyrics:

    I been fightin' shadows wrapped in camouflage
    Screamin' bloody murder at the daily sabotage
    And though it's never over, I give up for today
    Now all I really want is to see you smilin' face
    You're the only one that ever found the way to my heart
    And said to my surprise

    Now and forever, I'll stay with you
    My love will never turn cold on you
    We belong together, like fire and heat
    Now and forever, you're all I want, all I need

    I been chasin' demons, you been racin' luck
    We've been facin' deadines tryin' to beat the clock
    Tryin' to get together, tryin' to find the time
    And quit this makin' love on the telephone line
    You're the only one that ever found the way to my heart

    You're one in a million, you're second to none
    Baby, you're the one

    Oh, come lie here by my side
    Let the world and all it's troubles be, just for tonight
    I think about the lonely souls I've known along the way
    I wish them all the joy and wonder of hearing someone say

    Now and forever, I'll stay with you
    My love will never turn cold on you
    We belong together, like fire and heat
    Now and forever, you're all I want, all I need

    © 1989 Black Leather Music, Inc. (BMI), Michael John Music (BMI), Attlebrat (BMI)

  • Steppenwolf - A Girl I Knew

    2:40

    Song written and composed by Morgan Cavett and John Kay.

    Lyrics:

    She used to dance when she had the chance and the time it didn't
    matter
    At the end of her night was an endless flight
    While her head, it was lost in the laughter

    A girl I knew
    Someone I used to talk to
    When we'd meet in the middle of a room
    A girl I knew
    Her world a shade of blue
    Someone I used to talk to

    She used to sing in the night while her ring
    It would sparkle like burgundy wine
    And the people stopped and starred but pretend she's not there

    She used to dance when she had the chance and the time it didn't
    matter
    At the end of her night was an endless flight
    While her head, it was lost in the laughter

  • How To Play Bass To Born To Be Wild - Steppenwolf

    19:27



    Here's a learn how to play bass tutorial for Born To Be Wild by Steppenwolf. This bass line has got interesting use of the upper register, plus there's a number of slides and hammer-ons so it's a good one for practicing articulations.

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  • HOSH Steppenwolf

    9:41

    Music is freedom

  • Steppenwolf - A girl I knew

    2:36

    It was written by Morgan Cavett and John Kay from their first album Steppenwolf released in 1968.
    The fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright.

  • How to play Snowblind friend, by Steppenwolf

    21:24

    Actual SONG LESSON Starts: 02:50
    Actual SONG COVER Starts: 13:39

    This is a video lesson on how to play Snowblind friend, by Steppenwolf. Canadian content wahoo! For educational purposes only.

  • Steppenwolf - Magic Carpet Ride - Electric Guitar Lesson Full Song

    5:05

    How to play Magic Carpet Ride by Steppenwolf on electric guitar. This short lesson teaches you have to play the song without a capo using a few simple chord progressions. Enjoy!

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  • Born To Be Wild in the Style of Steppenwolf karaoke video with lyrics

    3:28

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  • Shackles & Chains - Steppenwolf

    5:01

    Track 3. 'Shackles & Chains'. From the album 'For Ladies Only'.

    Written by John Kay

    John Kay - vocals, guitar
    Kent Henry - lead guitar
    George Biondo - vocals, bass
    Goldy McJohn - keyboards
    Jerry Edmonton - drums

    Richard Podolor - producer

    Bill Cooper - engineer


    ♪♫ Take what you got to give and let it shine
    Take what you got to give but leave me mine
    Nobody likes you the way that I could
    Aaaah for you, I'd dive to the bottom
    Don't you know I surely would

    Can you hear me callin' late at night when love comes tumblin' down
    Slidin' in the kitchen late at night, hear me stumblin' around
    Someday you'll want me the way I want you
    Aaaah and then I'll climb through your mountains if you really want me to

    Don't hold your knife so close to my head
    I'll hide all the shackles and chains on my bed
    I know I'm a rounder, it's hard to forget
    After all the little playful things I've done

    Now if you believe me, then let us be kind
    We'll sit down together and talk over wine
    If you show me your game, then I'll show you mine
    'Til our shadows fade beneath the rising sun

    Can you hear me callin' late at night when love comes tumblin' down
    Slidin' in the kitchen late at night, hear me stumblin' around
    Nobody likes you the way that I could
    Aaaah for you, I'd dive to the bottom
    Don't you know I surely would

    Don't hold your knife so close to my head
    I'll hide all the shackles and chains on my bed
    I know I'm a rounder, it's hard to forget
    After all the little playful things I've done

    Now if you believe me, then let us be kind
    We'll sit down together and talk over wine
    If you show me your game, then I'll show you mine
    'Til our shadows fade beneath the rising sun ♪♫



    The official Steppenwolf website.


    ~ [Many thanks to the copyright owners UMG for allowing this to be heard on YouTube] ~ ☺

  • Steppenwolf - Born To Be Wild

    3:30

    Listen to Born To Be Wild By Steppenwolf, and sing along with the HD lyrics on screen!

    I do not own this song, and all rights belong to their respectful owners.

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