Mash up ideas? Cowgirl In The Sand and ??

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  1. Tomm Williams

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    I worked up a suitable key for this song and thought it would be cool to do a brief mash up towards the end but can't think of what song to use? Hey Hey My My came to mind but any other ideas? Doesn't need to be a Neil song.
     
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    I still would want more Neil...

     
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    What makes this song great ( besides it being Neil, great melody and lyrics content...)
    Is the resonance/rumble of Neil's guitar being tuned down a whole step!
    He's playing in G but real pitch is F
    Hippie genius, IMO!
     
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    Down By The River, of course...
     
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    If you don't mind a little tempo change and going from Am to A - you could go into Highway to Hell- blow minds! ( I know it's silly)

    * I'm someone who inserts Cream''s take on " Crossroads" into the middle section ( during solo) of Buddy Holly"s " Peggy Sue" ( acoustic and bass duo gigs)
    What the heck, have fun
     
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    Not necessarily the whole song...but the famous opening riff. Same chord intervals as "Cowgirl In The Sand." It could be used not necessarily in a "mashup," but as a funny way to end an awkward to end song.

     
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    One More Cup of Coffee by Dylan?

    I do it going into Jimmy Cliff's version of Cat Stevens' Wild World.
     
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    ...like the way you think...;)
     
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    Skip Cowgirl and get to the mashup.
     
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    1. Cowgirl and on to All Along the Watchtower.
     
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    Lay Lady Lay could be interesting, adding some major resolution sounds might sound nice.
     
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