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  1. 1. Take Good Care of My Baby - Bobby Vee (1961)

    2. Rock and Roll Girls - John Fogerty (1985)

    3. (I Don't Wanna Love You) You Got Me Anyway - Sutherland Brothers & Quiver (1973)

    4. Ain’t No Mountain High Enough - Diana Ross (1970)

    5. Dizzy - Tommy Roe (1969)

    6. Goody Two Shoes - Adam Ant (1982)

    7. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love - Solomon Burke (1964)

    8. Good - Better Than Ezra (1993)

    9. Bad Girls - Donna Summer (1979)

    10. Moon River - Henry Mancini (1961)

  2. 1. You Can’t Always Get What You Want - The Rolling Stones

    2. Thunder Road - Bruce Springsteen

    3. Learning To Fly - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

    4. Cherry Bomb - John Mellencamp

    5. Me and the Moon - Gaelic Storm

    6. Teach Your Children - Crosby Stills and Nash

    7. Ballad of a Thin Man - Bob Dylan

    8. Frankie’s Gun! - The Felice Brothers

    9. Saints and Sinners - Young Dubliners

    10. As Long As There Is Whiskey In The World - Murder By Death

    Loved it! :bow:

  3. :laughing: Thanks Kenne .... y'all won't have to vote on that one ever again (I've nominated it about a thousand times, I know)!

    In regards to the final list as a whole: :bow: :bow: :bow: Thank you, thank you, thank you!

    I love the end result, and I'm pleased that you all seem to have enjoyed listening. I did try to keep to songs that hadn't made the ten, but that only helped to make the choices more personal to me. All solid rock and roll, but I hope the list gave you the jazzy-country folk feel that was intended, and that is somewhat unique to my hometown sound.


  4. 1. In Memory of Elizabeth Reed - The Allman Brothers Band (1970)

    2. Come See About Me - The Supremes (1964)

    3. You Showed Me - The Turtles (1969)

    4. Joyful Resurrection - Tom Fogerty (w/ CCR) (1974) I had forgotten this song! :bow:

    5. On The Border - Eagles (1974)

    6. Your Love - The Outfield (1985)

    7. I'll Cry Instead - Joe Cocker (1964) phil, did you notice Leon in this clip? Interesting, I didn't know they went back this far.

    8. Since You're Gone - The Cars (1982)

    9. Aberdeen - Kenny Wayne Shepherd (1996)

    10. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes - The Platters (1958)

    Sorry no Connie, Darryl, I didn't have room ... now if it had been Where the Boys Are .... top 5. ;) A lot of great songs this week, I barely had room for my own.

  5. Isn't that what weed is for? :P

    Ha! :laughing: Despite Bluesy's best efforts, I'm apparently not a very good argument for that cause. Though it has not stopped me from trying.

    The good news is, I had my pressure checked today (I feel like a tire), and the eye that was operated on has much lower pressure than the non-operative eye. Which was the whole point, and means I can schedule the other eye, and quit using drops every night (which I forget half the time anyway), and stop this stupid eye disease in it's tracks. Which would mean I can live my entire life with two working eyes. My dad, grandad, and great-grandad all lost their vision to glaucoma. I do not want to be the next generation!

    I'm very happy right now. ;)

  6. They may have - they were one of those midwestern stations with the giant transmitters to reach far and wide. Not sure quite that far though. ;) Artists starting out could get airplay there when they couldn't get it on either coast, including a lot of Canadian bands. New artists, solo efforts, and album cuts being their specialty. Tom Donahue of KMPX San Francisco fame helped to start it up in '67.

    Anyhoo - you bet your a$$ there are hidden gems. They are all hidden gems. ;)

  7. List is a great final list pinkstones, and I really enjoyed listening. You just introduced me to a lot of newer stuff I've never heard before. :bow:

    I was especially surprised at the number of female artists from your list that I voted for. It made me realize I have no women on my list, which is weird, I don't know how that happened. I think it's one of the reasons I enjoyed yours so much.

  8. 1. Whammer Jammer - J. Geils Band (1972)

    2. Middle, The - Jimmy Eat World (2002)

    3. All Shook Up - Elvis Presley (1957)

    4. Theme from "The Monkees" - The Monkees (1966)

    5. Little Lion Man - Mumford & Sons (2009)

    6. (Baby) Hully Gully - The Olympics (1959)

    7. Excitable Boy - Warren Zevon (1977)

    8. Let It Down - George Harrison (1970)

    9. It's Good To Be King - Tom Petty (1994)

    10. Do You Remember When - J. Geils Band (1981)

  9. 1. Mayhem - Imelda May (2010)

    2. Super Duper Love (Are You Diggin' On Me?) Pt. 1 - Joss Stone (2003)

    3. Two Black Cadillacs - Carrie Underwood (2012)

    4. Safe and Sound - Taylor Swift f/The Civil Wars (2012)

    5. Erase/Rewind - The Cardigans (1998)

    6. Skyfall - Adele (2012)

    7. Here’s Where The Story Ends - The Sundays (1990)

    8. Up In Flames - Coldplay (2011)

    9. Kyrie - Mr. Mister (1986)

    10. Never Let Me Go - Florence + The Machine (2011)

    Look at all the ladies! This was fun pink - I knew fewer than 10 songs on the entire list, so lots of new stuff for me ... thank you! :bow:

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