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    How about Tie your mother down for Queen? Thats a great one.
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    Re: Top 5 Favorite Songs by [_________]

    Quote Originally Posted by zombie-a-go-go View Post
    Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

    1. Tupelo
    2. Brompton Oratory
    3. Idiot Prayer
    4. Slowly Goes the Night
    5. Brother, My Cup is Empty

    The Germs

    1. Lexicon Devil
    2. Lion's Share
    3. Forming
    4. Richie Dagger's Crime
    5. What We Do Is Secret

    The Clash

    1. Death or Glory
    2. The Guns of Brixton
    3. Every Little Bit Hurts
    4. Julie's Been Working for the Drug Squad
    5. Stay Free

    Ella Fitzgerald

    1. Summertime (w/ Louis Armstrong)
    2. From This Moment On
    3. I'm Beginning To See The Light
    4. I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
    5. Out of this World

    GG Allin

    Even listing the titles of 5 GG songs would violate the CoC, so... never mind.

    X

    1. The Have-Nots
    2. The New World
    3. Burnin' House of Love (demo version)
    4. In the Time it Takes
    5. 4th of July
    My friends band opened up for the Knitters. Said John Doe is one hell of a guy.

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    Re: Top 5 Favorite Songs by [_________]

    Quote Originally Posted by Puffy View Post

    Britney Spears

    Oops, I Did it Again
    Hit Me Baby, One More Time
    Stronger
    I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman
    Toxic
    Were these in order of how she sings the songs or how she gyrates to them in her videos?
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    Cyclone, Matt Nathanson is coming to town on 10/10 with Carbon Leaf
    Love these guys. My top 5 Carbon Leaf songs:

    On Any Given Day
    The Boxer
    Let Your Troubles Roll By
    What About Everything?
    The War Was In Color
    "I can make all the stadiums rock."
    -Air Supply

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    Add on some.

    Pearl Jam-

    Last Exit
    Nothingman
    Off He Goes
    Present Tense
    Of the Girl

    Wilco-
    Jesus Etc
    How to Fight Loneliness
    I Am Trying to Break Your Heart
    I Thought I Held You
    Wishful Thinking

    Ryan Adams-
    So Alive
    This is it
    Political Scientist
    Oh My Sweet Carolina
    When the Stars go Blue
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    Wilco
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    Poor Places
    Kingpin
    A Shot in the Arm
    Misunderstood
    Theologians

    Uncle Tupelo
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    Black Eye
    Cold Shoulder
    Gun
    Anodyne
    Watch me Fall

    Steve Earle
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    Someday
    And the Rain Came down
    Taneytown
    America V 6.0
    Copperhead Road

    George Jones
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    The Door
    The Grand Tour
    Yesterdays Wine
    Who's gonna fill their shoes?
    Love Lives Again

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    Eric Clapton cannot be narrowed to five songs, but I'll give it a shot by bands:

    Solo Clapton
    Let It Rain
    Just Like A Prisoner
    Old Love
    Motherless Children
    I Can't Stand It

    Cream
    Badge
    Tales of Brave Ulysses
    Strange Brew
    Sunshine of Your Love
    White Room

    Blind Faith/Derek & The Dominos
    Can't Find My Way Home
    Presence of the Lord
    Layla
    Crossroads

    Some others...

    John Lee Hooker
    Frisco Blues
    Boom Boom
    One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer
    I'm Bad Like Jesse James
    Terraplane Blues

    Led Zeppelin
    Over The Hills and Far Away
    Misty Mountain Hop
    Trampled Under Foot
    No Quarter
    Nobody's Fault But Mine

    Pink Floyd
    Not Now John
    Have A Cigar
    Dogs
    Comfortably Numb
    One of These Days

    Rush
    Finding My Way
    Freewill
    Limelight
    YYZ
    La Villa Strangiato

    Neil Young
    Powderfinger
    Down By The River
    The Needle and The Damage Done
    Cowgirl In The Sand
    Sample & Hold

    Bruce Springsteen
    Adam Raised A Cain
    Tenth Avenue Freeeze Out
    Jungleland
    Rosalita
    Candy's Room

    It was painful to just narrow this one to seven...

    The (Bloody) Who
    The Real Me
    Trick of the Light
    My Wife
    A Quick One/While He's Away
    Young Man Blues
    The Punk Meets the Godfather
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedsIn07 View Post
    Cyclone, Matt Nathanson is coming to town on 10/10 with Carbon Leaf (20th Century Theater), and if you've ever heard any of his live shows he money alone is worth the comedy he usually provides.
    Excellent, thanks for the heads up! If I'm finding the right show, it appears that tickets are only $15, and that's not too bad at all.

    I have one of Nathanson's live albums (maybe his only one, I'm not sure), and there's plenty of clips between songs with some of his humor. He sounds like a guy who could get by doing standup comedy just as well as being a musician.
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    The Doors

    The End
    Riders on the Storm
    LA Woman
    Roadhouse Blues
    Light my Fire
    "I came here to kick ass and chew bubble gum... and I'm all out of bubble gum."
    - - Rowdy Roddy Piper

    "It takes a big man to admit when he is wrong. I am not a big man"
    - - Fletch

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    Quote Originally Posted by 919191 View Post
    The Rolling Stones
    1. Let It Bleed
    2. Dead Flowers
    3. Country Honk
    4. It's Only Rock and Roll
    5. Some Girls


    Todd Snider
    1. Vinyl records
    2. Doublewide Blues
    3. Tillamook County Jail
    4. Conservative Christian Right Wing.......American Male
    5. East Nashville Skyline
    I was never much of a Stones fan, but "Fool To Cry" is one of the lesser known songs that I really enjoy. It was used in the movie Beautiful Girls, but it was left off the soundtrack for some reason.

    I do like Todd Snider's "Conservative Christian, Right Wing, Republican, Straight, White American Male". But I think I like "The Ballad of the Kingsmen" even more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cedric View Post
    Neil Young
    1. Harvest
    2. Alabama
    3. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
    4. Birds
    5. Cinnamon Girl
    One of the MTV Unplugged CD's had a fantastic version of Neil Young doing "Hurricane." It's worth a look if you can find it.

    The Neil Young vs. Lynard Skynard lyric feud was one of the more underrated sidebars in rock history. I think Warren Zevon got in on the act with "Play It All Night Long."
    "I fought because I understood and could not bear to understand, that it was my destiny -- unlike that of my father, whose fate it was to hear the roar of the crowd -- to sit in the stands with most men and acclaim others. It was my fate, my destiny, my end, to be a fan."

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedsBaron View Post
    Johnny Cash:
    I Still Miss Someone
    Hurt
    Ring Of Fire
    I Walk The Line
    Sunday Morning Coming Down
    I noticed "Hurt" here. I think those American Recordings sessions are great. I really like his versions of Depeche Mode's "Personal Jesus" and The Beatles' classic "In My Life".
    "I fought because I understood and could not bear to understand, that it was my destiny -- unlike that of my father, whose fate it was to hear the roar of the crowd -- to sit in the stands with most men and acclaim others. It was my fate, my destiny, my end, to be a fan."

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    Quote Originally Posted by mth123 View Post
    The Beatles (Hard to keep it to 5)
    Yesterday
    You've Really Got A hold On Me
    Nowhere man
    I Should've Known Better
    While My Guitar Gently Weeps

    Bob Seger
    Katmandu
    Still The same
    Sunspot Baby
    Beautiful Loser
    Rock & Roll Never Forgets
    One of my favorite lesser played Beatles' tunes is "Two of Us"...gets you in the mood to play hooky from work.

    I used to be a big fan of "Against the Wind" & "Turn the Page", but if I'm listening to Seger these days, you can't beat "Still the Same" or "Beautiful Loser."
    "I fought because I understood and could not bear to understand, that it was my destiny -- unlike that of my father, whose fate it was to hear the roar of the crowd -- to sit in the stands with most men and acclaim others. It was my fate, my destiny, my end, to be a fan."

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    Echo and the Bunnymen

    The Promise
    Over the Wall
    Killing Moon
    The Cutter
    Villiers Terrace

    Elvis Costello & the Attractions

    No Action
    Pump It Up
    Riot Act
    Oliver's Army
    King Horse

    X

    The New World
    Hungry Wolf
    Johnny Hit and Run Pauline
    Adult Books
    White Girl

    Talking Heads

    Warning Sign
    Mind
    Heaven
    Born Under Punches
    The Big Country

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie-a-go-go View Post
    Ella Fitzgerald

    1. Summertime (w/ Louis Armstrong)
    2. From This Moment On
    3. I'm Beginning To See The Light
    4. I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
    5. Out of this World
    Ella's version of "Mack the Knife" Live from Berlin is brilliant. I also like her "Heatwave" -- they used it in Grumpy Old Men (or was it Grumpier).
    "I fought because I understood and could not bear to understand, that it was my destiny -- unlike that of my father, whose fate it was to hear the roar of the crowd -- to sit in the stands with most men and acclaim others. It was my fate, my destiny, my end, to be a fan."


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