Best The Mamas & the Papas SongsThe best songs by the 60's group "The Mamas & the Papas".
The Top Ten
This is such a beautiful song. Its so relaxing to listen to.
I was just about to look for this list.
This song is a classic, it's a number one for me... This is when "make love, not war"...
Who doesn't love this song? Very iconic, and catchy, too.
This song is absolutely best!
One of their first #1's! The Only reason this is at #5 is because it isn't really a song to dance to, as the only upbeat part is "Every other day, every other day every other day of the week is fine yeah yeah".
This is such an awesome song. It's so sixties. I love the acapella background vocals and the lyrics. Ba dah ba the the the ba the ba the the it's stuck in my head.
Reminds me of The Other Guys.
Another One of their hits, at first I didn't like this song, but after I listened to it a little more, I fell in love with it.
This is the best song in their collection.
This is there best song
I'm learning how to play this on the Harmonica. This by The Mamas & The Papas is the best version (in my humble opinion).
Love that song! they were great.
Really Nice Story, but not enough, I guess musicalness for me.
I would rank this numnber 4 all time best
I Feel This song is very busy and hard to sing along to, therefore, it is #6 on the list.
This song to me, actually feels like it has a disco vibe to it. And I like me some disco.
There are a couple of different mixes of this song, but the best one is on the original mono 45 rpm.
Love the piano guided verses and the groove during the choruses in this one.
This should be at the top
Back in 68 before I was about to be shipped somewhere by Uncle Sam, I listened to this gem, and said I will find a garden I will be safe And I was So many great songs by them, this to me is the best
A cover of the turtles song, I love it! Just the way it sounds and everything is really just awesome.
Background Vocals Are Awesome, Harmonies are Great. Only Slightly Better Than California Dreamin'.
Almost Sounds Familiar. From their first album, If You Can Believe Your Eyes and Ears. Harmony is definitely present in this song, too.