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Old 01-04-2022, 09:36 AM
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All great songs.

The original Modern Lovers were such a great underrated band
I can tell from your other music related posts that we have similar tastes so I thought you'd appreciate this:
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SATO - Ozzy w/Randy Rhoads
Anything from RR is perfect, best guitarist EVER!

Best song ever. Told my wife to play it at my funeral or I will come back to haunt her.

Also:
Hangar 18 - Megadeth
Killed by Death - Motorhead
Creeping Death - Metallica
Wake Up Dead - Megadeth
I Am The Law - Anthrax
Seasons In The Abyss - Slayer
Tomorrow Never Knows - The Beatles
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SATO - Ozzy w/Randy Rhoads
Anything from RR is perfect, best guitarist EVER!

Best song ever. Told my wife to play it at my funeral or I will come back to haunt her.

Also:
Hangar 18 - Megadeth
Killed by Death - Motorhead
Creeping Death - Metallica
Wake Up Dead - Megadeth
I Am The Law - Anthrax
Seasons In The Abyss - Slayer
Tomorrow Never Knows - The Beatles
Hmm...
Playing the "which one doesn't fit" game here
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I'll play !

You Are So Beautiful - Joe Cocker

My wife and I had this as our wedding song and first dance.


Luck Be a Lady - Frank Sinatra

Never get tired of hearing this song.
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Luck Be a Lady - Frank Sinatra

Never get tired of hearing this song.
The band kicking in as Frank goes for the low note in "pray" is one of my favorites!
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...Creeping Death - Metallica...
No recorded version of this song can hold a candle to the live experience.
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...Luck Be a Lady - Frank Sinatra

Never get tired of hearing this song.
Sinatra was amazing. There are easily 10+ songs of his that would make my list of "favorites."
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I Can Still Make Cheyenne - George Strait

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fl8mIULRYGA

I don't have any taste for the newer country music, I do love some George Strait though.
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Melissa by The Allmans
Yep. I can't find it now but there is a great acoustic version with just Greg and Dickie, or was, on You Tube. The studio recording is fabulous too, both of them at their peak. I know it's hip among the self-styled cognoscenti like Rolling Stone (who at one point named Duane the second best guitarist ever) to think their work before Duane died was better, but to me this song disproves it.
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I don’t know if either have already been mentioned but the two in my mind are I’m Not In Love by 10cc and I Can See Clearly Now by Johnny Nash.
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4) "Feelin' Good Again" by Robert Earl Keen
I clicked on this thread to add Feelin’ Good to the list, certain no one else would have put it down. Great choice, Todd.
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M.A.P.S - Yeah Yeah Yeahs (probably best song released in the last 20 years)
I love “Maps”.
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Some awesome songs already listed, but a couple not listed yet.
"At Last" - Etta James

Going old school with one of the best of all time and ironically named.
"Sing, Sing, Sing" (almost any live version with Goodman and Krupa)
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Damn Good - David Lee Roth
I`ll Be Around For Awhile -Steve Vai
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I Can Still Make Cheyenne - George Strait



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fl8mIULRYGA



I don't have any taste for the newer country music, I do love some George Strait though.
Five thumbs up for George Strait. My mother was a huge fan. I saw him in concert in Montana when I was 6. We went to the premiere of his movie and got posters. And then she bought the box set.

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Damn Good - David Lee Roth
I`ll Be Around For Awhile -Steve Vai
Great selections!

That tune from Dave is one of his best. Forgotten all about it until you mentioned it. I hit up Youtube to hear it again.
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There are about a thousand songs that I have on shuffle and just play continuously.
Then I check out the suggestions on this thread and the other music threads.

I really appreciate that you guys dig past the Gold record hits that have been overplayed. Even those are sometimes worth hearing a few thousand times more but I think you aficionados know what I mean.

Tonight as I was “shuffling” I heard these two back to back and thought of this thread :

Al Stewart - “Year of the Cat”
Todd Rundgren - “Hello it’s Me”

Yes they were hits, but these songs are perfect every note.
I don’t think I really care for any other stuff by either artist. But these songs…Home Runs!

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I am all over the place in music but here are some off the top of my head I enjoy in no particular order

Alright Now - Free
Some Kind of Wonderful - Grand Funk
Runaway- Del Shannon
In the Still of the Night - Five Satins
Baker Street - Gerry Rafferty
Dream Weaver - Gary Wright
Half Your Age - Kid Rock
I'll Take You There - Staple Singers
Wonderful Tonight - Eric Clapton
The Walk - Mayer Hawthorne
Gravity - John Mayer
One - U2
A Man I'll Never Be - Boston
Sara Smile - Hall and Oates
Cruisin' - Smokey Robinson
Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay - Otis Redding
Back Where I Started - Box of Frogs
Beautiful Boy - John Lennon
Strange Magic - ELO
Simple Man - Lynyrd Skynyrd
Lyin' Eyes - Eagles
Somebody's Cryin' - Chris Isaak
Cool Change - Little River Band
Shakedown Cruise - Jay Ferguson
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There are about a thousand songs that I have on shuffle and just play continuously.
Then I check out the suggestions on this thread and the other music threads.

I really appreciate that you guys dig past the Gold record hits that have been overplayed. Even those are sometimes worth hearing a few thousand times more but I think you aficionados know what I mean.

Tonight as I was “shuffling” I heard these two back to back and thought of this thread :

Al Stewart - “Year of the Cat”
Todd Rundgren - “Hello it’s Me”

Yes they were hits, but these songs are perfect every note.
I don’t think I really care for any other stuff by either artist. But these songs…Home Runs!

Whaddya think?
Com'n Brian, you don't like "Just One Victory" or "We Gotta Get You a Woman"?

Or check out some off Rundgren's stuff when he was with the group Utopia.
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I’m willing to dig deeper for Rundgren.
I’d be surprised if the same artist who crafted “hello it’s me” didn’t have a few others that I would enjoy.

But the song “we gotta get you a woman” sounds like something my junior high school buddies said to my pimply faced self when I tried showing them my 1975 Topps collection.

Now Al Stewart, cmon “Time Passages” ? No thank you.
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I’m willing to dig deeper for Rundgren.
I’d be surprised if the same artist who crafted “hello it’s me” didn’t have a few others that I would enjoy.

But the song “we gotta get you a woman” sounds like something my junior high school buddies said to my pimply faced self when I tried showing them my 1975 Topps collection.

Now Al Stewart, cmon “Time Passages” ? No thank you.
Well, just check Rundgren out a bit more, you may be surprised. And personally don't know this for certain, but understand on his early solo albums at least, they were true solo albums. Supposedly he produced the albums himself, played all the instruments, and sang every single part. If you listen to many of his songs, you can hear how complex they are. And if he truly did them entirely himself, you can only wonder how many different tracks he must have recorded and put down for some of them.
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Let's not confuse Todd Rundgren with Steve Winwood.
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Let's not confuse Todd Rundgren with Steve Winwood.
Did I mix the two up?

I take back what I said, or at least alter it. Did a little checking and he didn't play and sing everything on every one of his solo songs. On the album Runt he did have some bass and drum help. On other records/songs he'd occasionally bring in a lead guitarist, but still the bulk of the playing and singing was just him apparently..

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Did I mix the two up?

I take back what I said, or at least alter it. Did a little checking and he didn't play and sing everything on every one of his solo songs. On the album Runt he did have some bass and drum help. On other records/songs he'd occasionally bring in a lead guitarist, but still the bulk of the playing and singing was just him apparently..
It's a figure of speech not meant literally. In other words, sure Rundgren may have been versatile, but the unquestionable master in that category is Winwood.
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just a few:


Jungleland- Bruce Springstein & the E Street Band

Rough Boy- ZZ Top

The Ballad of Billy the Kid- Billy Joel

Paradise by the Dashboard Lights- Meatloaf

Yesterday- The Beatles

Blue Bayou- Linda Ronstadt

Brown Eyed Girl- Van Morrison

Taxi- Harry Chapin

Enter Sandman - Metallica

Over the Rainbow - Eva Cassidy

Can 't You See- Marshall Tucker Band

One of Us- Joan Osborne

Lucky Man- Emerson, Lake and Palmer

After the Goldrush- Prelude

Thunderstruck- AC/AC

Money Changes Everything- Cyndi Lauper

You- Bonny Raitt

Castle Walls- Styx

Don't Stop Believing - Journey

Pride (in the Name of Love)- U2

Raise your Glass- Pink

To Leave Something Behind- Sean Rowe

Cryin' for Me (Wayman's Song)- Toby Keith

One Headlight- The Wallflowers

Firework- Katy Perry

Here Comes My Girl- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

End of the Line- Traveling Wilburys

When It's Love- Van Halen

Shake it Out- Florence and the Machine

Hello- Adele

People Get Ready- Eva Cassidy

Willin'- Linda Ronstadt

Life's Been Good- Joe Walsh

Biko- Peter Gabriel
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Some 1970s perfection:

Flirtin' With Disaster--Molly Hatchet
Slow Ride; I Just Want To Make Love To You--Foghat
New York Groove--Ace Frehley version
Roll With The Changes--REO Speedwagon
Hey Hey My My--Neil Young and Crazyhorse (Live Rust version)
Free Ride; Frankenstein--Edgar Winter
Roller--April Wine
All Right Now--Free
30 Days In The Hole--Humble Pie
Boom Boom (Out Go The Lights)--Pat Travers, live version (VERY un-PC but love it)
Fox On The Run--Sweet
Jailbreak--Thin Lizzy
Mississippi Queen--Mountain
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This is a great thread... I used this in class today to get the students to talk as an "icebreaker" activity. Of course, I did not recognize most of the songs that they listed, but did have Queen and Journey represented by the students. I played Let's Groove by Earth, Wind, and Fire, then topped it off with Blue Moon by the Marcels.
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Sultans of Swing - Dire Straits. Specifically the version I linked below

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Pa9x9fZBtY

Knopfler's work on the guitar is incredible as always, but that druming is incredible as well!
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I love Apple Music. Every week it gives you several “for you” mixes from your library. Here’s some examples from last week.
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I didn't see either listed, so I felt compelled to add:

"We've Got Tonight" - Bob Seger

"Into Dust" - Mazzy Star

Bonus: "Sometime Around Midnight" - The Airborne Toxic Event
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I didn't see either listed, so I felt compelled to add:

"We've Got Tonight" - Bob Seger
I feel Seger is criminally underrated. Had some soulful, deep meaning hits. I love Turn the Page, and Hollywood Nights.
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Another one, this time from two of the best women in Rock N Roll

Alone - Heart

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rtopccRfyUU

I seem to have this obsession with finding artists/bands later in their career singing their classics. Something about hearing how their voices have aged, and how the meaning of the song seems to change a little bit. When a younger Ann Wilson sings this I think of her trying to find a way to confess her feelings to someone. When I hear an older Ann Wilson sing it, It almost feels like she's trying to speak to someone from her youth that has long been happily married, but it's a Romance she's dwelling on. Not sure if it's just me in that regard.
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Resurrecting this thread, to share another fantastic live performance from the Eagles. New Kid in Town is one of the most underrated songs in their catalogue, in my opinion! One of my favorites from a show in 1977. Wish I could've seen them in their prime!

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Brian Wilson
Smile - Live
The band behind him is just amazing.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UbN...channel=Sweven


Grateful Dead
China Cat Sunflower / I Know You Rider
Europe 1972
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Live at Leeds
Greatest live album of all time. Listen with headphones and make sure it’s turned up loud! And you’ll want to be sitting in a chair with arm rests because you’re gonna need something to grab onto when it starts.
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Fortunate Son - CCR ( I can't believe no one has mentioned them yet)

I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For - U2 (Joshua Tree is a GOAT album)
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Old 06-02-2022, 10:46 PM
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Fortunate Son - CCR ( I can't believe no one has mentioned them yet)



I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For - U2 (Joshua Tree is a GOAT album)
Great choices. I just listened to I STILL HAVEN'T FOUND WHAT I'M LOOKING FOR last night and felt in complete agreement.

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Old 06-06-2022, 04:49 PM
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Maybe not everyone's taste but anytime I hear Sabotage by the Beastie Boys I stop what I'm doing.
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Old 06-06-2022, 06:04 PM
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just a few:


Jungleland- Bruce Springstein & the E Street Band

Rough Boy- ZZ Top

The Ballad of Billy the Kid- Billy Joel

Paradise by the Dashboard Lights- Meatloaf

Yesterday- The Beatles

Blue Bayou- Linda Ronstadt

Brown Eyed Girl- Van Morrison

Taxi- Harry Chapin

Enter Sandman - Metallica

Over the Rainbow - Eva Cassidy

Can 't You See- Marshall Tucker Band

One of Us- Joan Osborne

Lucky Man- Emerson, Lake and Palmer

After the Goldrush- Prelude

Thunderstruck- AC/AC

Money Changes Everything- Cyndi Lauper

You- Bonny Raitt

Castle Walls- Styx

Don't Stop Believing - Journey

Pride (in the Name of Love)- U2

Raise your Glass- Pink

To Leave Something Behind- Sean Rowe

Cryin' for Me (Wayman's Song)- Toby Keith

One Headlight- The Wallflowers

Firework- Katy Perry

Here Comes My Girl- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

End of the Line- Traveling Wilburys

When It's Love- Van Halen

Shake it Out- Florence and the Machine

Hello- Adele

People Get Ready- Eva Cassidy

Willin'- Linda Ronstadt

Life's Been Good- Joe Walsh

Biko- Peter Gabriel

I see my favorite rock song listed -- Can't You See -- although Free Bird a close second. Favorite ballad would be Adele's Someone Like You, which knocked Shirelles' Will You Love Me Tomorrow out of first place. As to Eva Cassidy, Fields of Gold (by Sting) is excellent.
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Old 06-06-2022, 07:11 PM
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Maybe not everyone's taste but anytime I hear Sabotage by the Beastie Boys I stop what I'm doing.
Me too!
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Old 06-06-2022, 07:13 PM
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"No More Mr. Nice Guy" - Alice Cooper
"Panic In Detroit" - David Bowie
"Oliver's Army" - Elvis Costello
"New York Groove" - Ace Frehley
"Cherry Bomb" - The Runaways
"Cum On Feel the Noise" - Quiet Riot
"We Didn't Start the Fire"- Billy Joel
"Ticking" - Elton John
"I Won't Back Down" - Tom Petty
"Sympathy For the Devil" - Rollong Stones
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Tom Petty American Girl
Elvis Costello What's so funny bout' Peace Love and Understanding.
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Old 06-10-2022, 06:53 PM
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Resurrecting this thread, to share another fantastic live performance from the Eagles. New Kid in Town is one of the most underrated songs in their catalogue, in my opinion! One of my favorites from a show in 1977. Wish I could've seen them in their prime!

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Thanks. My favorite Eagles song. So unbelievably talented. Glenn Frey RIP.
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Old 06-11-2022, 08:31 AM
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Thanks. My favorite Eagles song. So unbelievably talented. Glenn Frey RIP.
He was such a big loss, and it's impossible to replace him, but I do think they have done a serviceable job. Vince Gill is incredibly talented. I would kill for a joint show with The Eagles and Jackson Browne, as he would also be able to fill the massive hole that Glenn Frey's death left.
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Old 06-14-2022, 07:33 AM
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A range of songs for different moods

"Schism" - Tool
"The Hunt" - Sepultura
"Blind" - Korn
"Sonne" - Rammstein
"Down in a Hole" - AIC
"The Real Thing" - Faith No More
"Heart of Glass" - Blondie
"California Dreamin" - Mamas & Papas
"Little Talks" - Of Monsters & Men (makes me cry every time I listen to it)
"West End Girls" - Pet Shop Boys
"Smalltown Boy" - Bronski Beat
"True Faith" - New Order
"Our Friends Electric" - Tubeway Army
"Monkey Gone to Heaven" - The Pixies
"Отава Ё – Сумецкая (Russian couplets while fighting)" - Otava Yo - zero idea what they're singing but its a great song
"Wolf Totem" - The Hu (so heavy)
"Storm 3000" - Leftism
"Roads" - Portishead
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Cat Stevens Peace Train
Crosby Stills Sweet Judy Blue Eyes
New Order Blue Monday
Nirvana All Apologies
Grateful Dead Uncle John’s Band
Beatles Something
Beach Boys Sloop John B
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"Dirty Work" Steely Dan
"Dog and Butterfly" Heart
"I Only Have Eyes for You" Flamingos
"In the Heart of the Night" Poco

Hard to call them the "best ever", but they always make me pause to listen

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Huey Lewis & The News - Small World Part 2
Huey Lewis & The News - Slammin

Probably any HL&TN to be honest.

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The Rippingtons - Weekend In Monaco (Live in L.A.)

I could go on and on listing late 80's and early 90's studio jazz that is just :chefskiss:
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Huey Lewis & The News - Small World Part 2
Huey Lewis & The News - Slammin

Probably any HL&TN to be honest.

Also:

The Rippingtons - Weekend In Monaco (Live in L.A.)

I could go on and on listing late 80's and early 90's studio jazz that is just :chefskiss:
Good call with Huey Lewis. Side note: when the guy tells Marty he’s just too damn loud in Back to the Future that’s Huey Lewis.

Traveling Wilburys should get some love here too. End of the Line is just fantastic.
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Good call with Huey Lewis. Side note: when the guy tells Marty he’s just too damn loud in Back to the Future that’s Huey Lewis.

Traveling Wilburys should get some love here too. End of the Line is just fantastic.
Oh yes, I am aware of that cameo, great stuff! I've been a big fan of HL&TN for years and saw them live in 2012. My favorite band of all time, by a long shot.
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