Songs you never get tired of listening to

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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby savillerowdie » Fri Mar 21, 2014 8:45 pm

Wow! My list could go on forever, but I somehow managed to keep it under 100 lines. Apologies for getting carried away, but music is such a joy in life, it is hard for me to contain. And this isn't even including any of the Beatles stuff. There's so many more I could add here, but I've already overdone it, I fear.

Very interested in seeing what you all have listed. Some songs I love and some songs and even artists I am not familiar with. I have my work cut out to check some of them out this weekend and will hopefully add a few new favorites to my song list. Thanks for posting them!! :-D

Aerosmith: Sweet Emotion, Dream On
Alice Cooper: School's Out, Billion Dollar Babies, Hello Hooray
The Animals: We Gotta Get Out Of This Place, When I Was Young
Badfinger: Perfection, Timeless, Baby Blue
The Band: I Shall Be Released
Beach Boys: God Only Knows, Sloop John B, All Summer Long, Wouldn't It Be Nice
Black Oak Arkansas: Jim Dandy
Bob Dylan: Love Minus Zero/No Limit, Sara
Bob Marley: One Love/People Get Ready
The Byrds: Chestnut Mare
Captain Beefheart: Her Eyes Are A Blue Million Miles, Big Eyed Beans From Venus
Cat Stevens: Morning Has Broken
Clancy Brothers and Tommy Makem: The Parting Glass
Cream: I Feel Free, Anyone For Tennis
CCR: Long As I Can See The Light, Ramble Tamble

Delaney & Bonnie: Never Ending Song of Love, Groupie (Superstar)
Don McLean: Vincent
Donovan: Catch The Wind, Riki Tiki Tavi
Doors: Hyacinth House, Moonlight Drive
Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Harmony
Faces: Ooh La La
Flying Burrito Brothers: Hot Burrito #1
Foghat: Slow Ride
Harry Nisson: Without You, Coconut, Don't Forget Me
The Hollies: I'm Alive, Bus Stop

Janis Joplin: Bye Bye Baby
Jethro Tull: Teacher, Living In The Past
Jimi Hendrix: Castles Made of Sand
Jimmy Cliff: Many Rivers To Cross
Joe Walsh: Life's Been Good
Johnny Cash: I Walk The Line, The Man Comes Around
The Kinks: Days, Waterloo Sunset, Rosie Won't You Please Come Home, Picture Book, A Well Respected Man, All Day And All Of The Night
Led Zep: That's The Way, What Is And What Should Never Be
Leon Russell: This Masquerade, A Hard Rain's Gonna Fall
Leonard Cohen: So Long, Marianne
Lou Reed: Perfect Day
Love: My Little Red Book, You Set The Scene
Manfred Mann: Pretty Flamingo
The Monkees: Pleasant Valley Sunday
Justin Hayward: Forever Autumn
The Music Machine: Talk Talk
Nick Drake: Northern Sky
Nick Lowe: I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass

Paul Simon: Mother And Child Reunion, Kodachrome, Slip Sliding Away
Peter Tosh: Wanted Dread Or Alive
Pink Floyd: Fearless
Queen: Bohemian Rhapsody
The Ramones: I Wanna Be Sedated, Indian Giver
Rod Stewart: Mandolin Wind
Rolling Stones: Get Off My Cloud, Out Of Time, Shattered, Gimme Shelter
Roy Orbison: Crying, Oh Pretty Woman, Dream Baby
Seals & Crofts: Summer Breeze
The Seeds: Mr Farmer, Pushing Too Hard
Sex Pistols: Submission
Shocking Blue: Venus, Love Buzz
Simon & Garfunkel: America, The Only Living Boy In New York
Small Faces: Lazy Sunday

Southern Culture On The Skids: Camel Walk
Steely Dan: Reelin' In The Years, Josie
Steve Miller: The Joker
The Stranglers: Peaches
Sugarcubes: Birthday, Mama, Regina
Sweet: Fox On The Run, Action, Sweet F.A.
Television: Marquee Moon
Thin Lizzy: Whiskey In The Jar
Todd Rundgren: Hello It's Me, Can We Still Be Friends
The Tokens: The Lion Sleeps Tonight
Traffic: Heaven Is In Your Mind
The Turtles: Elenore
Unit 4+2: Concrete and Clay
Van Morrison: Into The Mystic, Brown Eyed Girl

War: Low Rider
Warren Zevon: Werewolves of London, Keep Me In Your Heart
White Stripes: Death Letter, Party Of Special Things To Do
The Who: Happy Jack, Substitute, Won't Get Fooled Again, Rael
Willie Nelson: Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain
Yardbirds: A Certain Girl
Zombies: She's Not There, Friends of Mine

............And many, many more.
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby Mattal1958 » Sat Mar 22, 2014 6:48 am

I'm still workin' on mine...:)
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby savillerowdie » Sat Mar 22, 2014 10:51 am

Mattal1958 wrote:I'm still workin' on mine...:)

Looking forward to seeing it.
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby mr h atom » Sat Mar 22, 2014 6:57 pm

:wink: ...he's still trying to 'member how to spell Bach :-D
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby Mattal1958 » Sat Mar 22, 2014 10:03 pm

LOLOL, Mr. H. Well, you did it for me, now.

However...no Bach.

Pachelbel, perhaps.

Did I spell that right? :smile:
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby Mattal1958 » Sat Mar 22, 2014 11:07 pm

I didn't mean for this list to be so long...honestly! I just got carried away...the sad thing is, I could probably think of another 100 or so...yikes!

Beatles- I Feel Fine; Everybody’s Got Something To Hide. . .; Hey Jude; Strawberry Fields Forever (well, this ain't far for this band)
Paul- Early Days (yes, under the spell still of NEW)
John- How?
George- Your Love Is Forever
Ringo- Early 1970
Rolling Stones- She Smiled Sweetly; Let Me Go
Dylan- Baby Let Me Follow You Down
Who- Behind Blue Eyes
Led Zeppelin- Dancing Days; Black Dog
Simon & Garfunkel- The Only Living Boy In New York; Bridge Over Troubled Water
Paul Simon solo- Duncan
Elton- I Think I’m Going To Kill Myself; Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me
Bruce Cockburn- The Whole Night Sky
Billy Joel- She’s Always A Woman To Me; She’s Got A Way
The Doors- The Spy
Bruce- Lucky Town
Cat Stevens- Wild World; Morning Has Broken
CCR- Fortunate Son; Sweet Hitchhiker
Fogerty solo- Old Man Down The Road
Lou Reed- Dirty Blvd
Beach Boys- Don’t Worry Baby
Bob Marley- One Love
The Band- Cripple Creek
Janis- Me & Bobby McGee
Alice Cooper- Be My Lover
Grateful Dead- Uncle John’s Band; Johnny B. Goode live
Chuck Berry- Reelin’ & A Rockin’
Tom Petty- Crawling Back To You; Mary Jane's Last Dance
Neil Young- Powderfinger; Everybody Knows This is Nowhere
Badfinger- Baby Blue; Sometimes
Aimee Mann- Deathly; Goodbye Caroline
Carpenters- Goodbye To Love
Bette Midler- Am I Blue
Big Star- Don’t Lie To Me
Eagles- Already Gone; Take It Easy
Black Crowes- Wounded Bird
Blue Oyster Cult- Don’t Fear The Reaper
Sheryl Crow- If It Makes You Happy
The Byrds- Time Between; The Bells Of Rhymny
C,S,N & Y- Teach Your Children
Captain Beefheart- Ice Cream For Crow
Carly Simon- It Was So Easy
Cars- Candy-O
Carole King- It’s Too Late
Cheap Trick- Auf Wiedersehen; You Talk Too Much
Chicago- Saturday In The Park; Color My World
Christina Aguilera- Mother (The Lennon song)
Bowie- Young Americans; Where Are We Now?
Dire Straits- Sultans Of Swing
Dixie Chicks- The Long Way Around
Doobie Brothers- China Grove
Steely Dan- Reelin’ In The Years
Elvis Costello- Watching The Detectives
Clapton- Have You Ever Loved A Woman (w/Duane Allman, from Derek & The Dominos)
Everly Brothers- All I Have To Do Is Dream; On The Wings Of A Nightingale
Fleetwood Mac- Songbird; Over & Over
Foo Fighters- White Limo
Frank Black- Headache; Fazer Eyes
The Donnas- Pass It Around
Steve Earle- Calico County
Sinatra- Young At Heart
Gin Blossoms- Until I Fall Away
10CC- The Worst Band In The World
Gordon Lightfoot- If You Could Read My Mind
Green Day- American Idiot
Guess Who- Heartbroken Bopper
Hot Tuna- Baby What You Want Me To Do?
Ian Hunter- Dead Man Walking
Mott The Hoople- One Of The Boys
Jake LaBotz- A Drink With The Brothers
James Taylor- Soldiers
Linda Ronstadt- Long, Long Time; Poor, Poor Pitiful Me
Warren Zevon- Werewolves of London
Steve Miller- Take The Money And Run
Ramones- Blitzkrieg Bop
Sex Pistols- New York
Jerry Lee- Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On
Jet- Sgt. Major
Jets Overhead- Addiction
Jim Croce- Operator
Hendrix- The Wind Cries Mary
Joe Walsh- Rocky Mt. Way
John Denver- Sunshine On My Shoulders
Johnny Cash- The Beast In Me
Johnny Winter- Highway 61 Revisited
Edgar Winter- Free Ride
Jonathan Edwards- Sunshine
Elvis- Suspicious Minds; One Night; Stuck On You
k. d. lang- You’re OK; Hallelujah
Kenny Rogers- Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love To Town
Lee Michaels- Do You Know What I Mean?
Lenny Kravitz- Let Love Rule
Lovin’ Spoonful- Darling Be Home Soon
Lulu- To Sir With Love
Mama & Papas- Got A Feelin’
Marshall Tucker Band- Heard It In A Love Song
Matthew Sweet- Behind The Smile
Miranda Lambert- That’s The Way That The World Goes ‘Round
Monkees- Pleasant Valley Sunday
Moody Blues- The Story In Your Eyes
Morphine- Cure For Pain
Nanci Griffith- Julie Anne
Nat King Cole- Nature Boy
Neil Diamond- Home Before Dark
Nirvana- Serve The Servants
Norah Jones- Stuck
Peter, Paul & Mary- Puff The Magic Dragon; Early Mornin’ Rain
Pink Floyd- Comfortably Numb
Police- Roxanne
Pretenders- Middle Of The Road
Queen- Killer Queen
Randy Newman- Sail Away; It’s Money That Matters
Raspberries- Ecstasy
Red Hot Chili Peppers- Suck My Kiss
The Rescues- Everything’s Gonna Be Better Next Year; Never Too Late
Roberta Flack- Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow; Killing Me Softly
Rod Stewart- Angel
Ron Sexsmith- Imaginary Friends
Roseanne Cash- God Is In The Roses
Ryan Adams- Note To Self: Don’t Die
Santana- Black Magic Woman
Scissor Sisters- The Other Side
Sebadoh- License To Confuse
Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings- Humble Me
Sleeper Agent- Force A Smile
Smithereens- Blood & Roses
Social Distortion- Ball & Chain
Spinal Tap- Cups & Cakes
Adele- Rolling In The Deep; Rumour Has It
Stevie Wonder- He’s Misstra Know It All
That Dog- You Are Here
Tom Jones- Burning Hell
T-Rex- Jeepster
U2- Mysterious Ways
Urge Overkill- Positive Bleeding
The Vapors- Trains
Wallflowers- We’re Already There
Weezer- Buddy Holly
White Stripes- Rag & Bone
World Party- Way Down Now
ZZ Top- Ma Head’s ‘n Mississippi
22-20’s- Baby You’re Not In Love
2Cellos- Oh Well (w/Elton John)
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby savillerowdie » Sun Mar 23, 2014 7:20 pm

Great list, Mattal. A lot of my favorites and some others I should have had on my list, but as you say, the list could go on and on if we let ourselves get too carried away.
You have a few I am not familiar with, but based on the quality of your other excellent selections, I will be sure to take a listen to them.
A special hats off to you for your selection of Cups & Cakes by Spinal Tap. Although my Spinal Tap choice would probably be Big Bottom. \M/
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Re: Songs you never get tired of listening to

Postby Mattal1958 » Mon Mar 24, 2014 6:40 am

thanks, savillerowdie!

Now, I need to get those on a playlist...
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