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    Quote Originally Posted by deltachi8 View Post
    Was given very serious consideration for my list as well. Great choice.
    Yeah, and since Paul Hester died it's taken on somewhat of a new meaning.
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    Re: Your Top 10 All-Time favorite songs

    Quote Originally Posted by Stewie View Post
    Limiting it to 10 is quite tough, but worth a try:

    (in no particular order)

    My Bloody Valentine -- Only Shallow
    The Roots -- 100% Dundee
    Replacements -- Alex Chilton
    Mission of Burma -- That's When I Reach for My Revolver
    Pavement -- Summer Babe
    Belle and Sebastian -- Jonathan David
    Black Sheep -- The Choice is Yours (Revisted)
    Sonic Youth -- Bull in the Heather
    Stone Roses -- Fools Gold
    Love -- Alone Again Or

    on the outside looking in: Dead Milkmen -- Punk Rock Girl; Pixies -- Bone Machine; Dandy Warhols -- Godless; My Morning Jacket -- The Bear
    Great list, although I think I'd go with *****in' Camero over Punk Rock Girl.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R View Post
    My list goes to 11 cause it's one louder.

    Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters (From Hard Again)
    From Hard Again?

    Dude, that's from Better Off Dead. And it is a classic. Easily could have been on my Top 10. Probably should have been. Great song.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Leader View Post
    From Hard Again?

    Dude, that's from Better Off Dead. And it is a classic. Easily could have been on my Top 10. Probably should have been. Great song.

    Yeah. It's a great song but it's just better on there with Johnny Winter yelping in the background. It's got more of an electric feel to it. I think the tempo is a shade quicker than the other versions. He does a really good one on The Last Waltz. It starts off slow but by the end it's really cooking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by registerthis View Post
    Yeah, and since Paul Hester died it's taken on somewhat of a new meaning.
    I think Crowded House is one of those truly underappreciated bands. I love Better Be Home Soon, Can't Carry On, Distant Sun, She Goes On, Chocolate Cake, Weather With You, even Something So Strong. Saw them in concert in the early 90s - great show.
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    Re: Your Top 10 All-Time favorite songs

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    1952 Vincent Black Lightning - Richard Thompson
    Never heard that song before, but it is a nice bike.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R View Post
    Thunder Road - Bruce Springsteen
    Good call Chip. Now I can pick one my other favorit Springsteen songs.

    No particular order.
    Backstreets ~ Bruce Springsteen
    Big Ten Inch Record ~ Aerosmith
    Telegraph Road ~ Dire Starits
    Hyacinth House ~ The Doors
    Melissa ~ The Allman Brothers Band
    A Woman Left Lonely ~ Janis Joplin
    Maybe Tonight ~ The Knack
    Four Walls of Raiford ~ Lynyrd Skynyrd
    Beautiful Loser ~ Bob Seger
    The Path of Truth ~ Wiñay
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip R View Post
    My list goes to 11 cause it's one louder.

    Jackson - Lucinda Williams
    Sweet Dreams (Of You) - Patsy Cline
    Our Town - Iris DeMent
    Gorgeous songs Chip.

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    Re: Your Top 10 All-Time favorite songs

    Quote Originally Posted by RichRed View Post
    I think Crowded House is one of those truly underappreciated bands. I love Better Be Home Soon, Can't Carry On, Distant Sun, She Goes On, Chocolate Cake, Weather With You, even Something So Strong. Saw them in concert in the early 90s - great show.
    They're one of my all-time favorites. Did you know they have recently re-formed? They have a new album + tour on the horizon, which is particularly exciting for me as I got into them too late to have any home of ever seeing them live.

    Also, the "Farewell to the World" DVD (now ironically titled) which came out last year is exemplary. I highly recommend it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by registerthis View Post
    They're one of my all-time favorites. Did you know they have recently re-formed? They have a new album + tour on the horizon, which is particularly exciting for me as I got into them too late to have any home of ever seeing them live.

    Also, the "Farewell to the World" DVD (now ironically titled) which came out last year is exemplary. I highly recommend it.
    I thought I heard on one of the XM channels that they had re-formed; good news.

    Thanks for the tip on the DVD, I'll have to check that out.
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    Re: Your Top 10 All-Time favorite songs

    Quote Originally Posted by Crash Davis View Post
    1952 Vincent Black Lightning - Richard Thompson
    Good song. I also love Thompson's "I Feel So Good."

    "I feel so good, I'm gonna break somebody's heart tonight..."
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    Re: Your Top 10 All-Time favorite songs

    There are a couple groups that I just can't ignore, so here is my Top 10 for the groups I have previously ignored (and yes, I realize I'm breaking the rules I set in starting this thread) :

    The Beatles - Here Comes the Sun
    Fleetwood Mac - Never Going Back Again
    R.E.M - E-Bow the Letter
    U2 - Trip Through Your Wires
    Public Enemy - Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos
    Alice In Chains - Nutshell
    Belly - Now They'll Sleep
    Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young - Carry On / Questions
    The Cure - The Caterpillar
    Edie Brickell & the New Bohemians - Circle
    Indigo Girls - Shame on You

    Oh man, that's 11 already...oops.
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    Man, my list is so fluid. Just thinking about this over the last few days has brought so many songs to mind, so I'll just try to name a few I can think of right now. It changes by the day and sometimes even the hour. Here goes.

    Pixies - Where is My Mind?
    R.E.M. - Driver 8
    Crowded House - Something So Strong
    They Might Be Giants - Ana Ng
    Dead Kennedys - Holiday in Cambodia
    Devo - Mongoloid
    Beatles - Blackbird
    U2 - Where the Streets Have No Name
    Beastie Boys - Hey Ladies
    Public Enemy - Fight the Power

    And in the time I've been making this list...
    MC5 - Kick Out The Jams
    Split Enz - 6 Mos. in a Leaky Boat
    Ultra Vivid Scene - Special One
    Electronic - Getting Away With It
    AC/DC - TNT
    Michael Penn - No Myth
    Johnny Cash - Ring of Fire

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    Re: Your Top 10 All-Time favorite songs

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    Electronic - Getting Away With It
    New Order + The Smiths + The Pet Shop Boys = Aural Ecstasy
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    Re: Your Top 10 All-Time favorite songs

    All-Time Top 10 Favorite Songs Named In This Thread:

    Our Town, Iris DeMent -- [Chip]
    Solsbury Hill, Peter Gabriel -- [Iowa Red]
    Over the Rainbow / What a Wonderful World, Israel Kamakawiwo'ole -- [Rich Red]
    And It Stoned Me, Van Morrison -- [RosieRed]
    Kodachrome, Paul Simon -- [Red in Chicago]
    Blue, Jayhawks -- [Doc. Scott]
    Who'll Stop the Rain, Creedence Clearwater Revival -- [Roy Tucker]
    Backstreets, Bruce Springsteen -- [woy / Reds Nd2]
    The Chair, George Strait -- [justincredible]
    Waterloo Sunset, The Kinks -- [Vatican Plum]

    Also:

    (Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay, Otis Redding -- [Roy Tucker / Team Casey]
    A Change Is Gonna Come, Sam Cooke -- [Vatican Plum]
    Deacon Blues, Steely Dan -- [blumj]
    America, Simon & Garfunkel -- [Red Leader]
    Strait Outta Compton, NWA -- [dabvu2498]
    Overkill, Men at Work (Colin Hay) -- [Red Leader]
    Don't Worry Baby, The Beach Boys -- [pedro / bucksfan]
    At Last, Etta James -- [Sweetstop / Team Casey]
    In My Life, The Beatles -- [woy]
    Centerfield, John Fogarty -- [Heath / RedsBaron]
    Mother, Danzig -- [redsfanmia]
    Be My Baby, The Ronnettes -- [Roy Tucker]
    Amarillo By Morning, George Strait -- [RedsBaron]
    Never Going Back Again, Fleetwood Mac -- [Red Leader]
    A Pirate Looks at Forty, Jimmy Buffett -- [FutureRedsGM]
    There She Goes, The La's -- [Boxing Red]
    Operator, Jim Croce -- [Iowa Red / RedsBaron]
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    Re: Your Top 10 All-Time favorite songs

    Quote Originally Posted by RichRed View Post
    I think Crowded House is one of those truly underappreciated bands. I love Better Be Home Soon, Can't Carry On, Distant Sun, She Goes On, Chocolate Cake, Weather With You, even Something So Strong. Saw them in concert in the early 90s - great show.
    I always wanted to see them live. One of my friends did and I remember him telling me that they were great, but the crowd was the nerdiest group of guys he had ever seen. I believe the phrase "collared shirts" was used.

    Whispers and Moans was given consideration for my Top 16. But I don't like the end where he gets all shouty, totally ruins the last part of the song. Lame.
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