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Old 05-12-2020, 11:36 PM
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Songs You Can Listen To Over and Over..


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JD9RcoI4Ig

Starting at the 45 Minute mark. Its called La Percusion (apologies I dont know how to post with accent marks) and the vocalist is Idania Valdés. Its propulsive rhythmic Cuban dance music.

But in these times of isolation, are there any tracks that you can listen to over and over? Alcohol aided perhaps.
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Everybody Wants To Rule The World - Tears For Fears: I like it so much, I learned to play it.
I'm Not In Love - 10CC
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Everybody Wants To Rule The World - Tears For Fears: I like it so much, I learned to play it.
I'm Not In Love - 10CC
Id add those two to my list as well. Every time I hear Everybody it reminds me of Real Genius with Val Kilmer, a fun 80s film.
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Everybody Wants To Rule The World - Tears For Fears: I like it so much, I learned to play it.
I'm Not In Love - 10CC
Good choices. Chefguy, you may enjoy this about the making of 10cc's song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oxe4mlsQos

Some songs I come back to repeatedly:
1) BOC/Don't Fear the Reaper
2) Patti Smith/Because the Night
3) Boston/More than a Feeling
4) Todd Rundgren/Hello, It's Me
5) Harry Nilsson/Without You
6) Badfinger/Day After Day
7) Golden Earing/Twilight Zone
8) ABC/Look of Love
9) Rolling Stones/Paint It, Black
10) Pete Townshend/Let My Love Open the Door

I'll stop now.
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Good choices. Chefguy, you may enjoy this about the making of 10cc's song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oxe4mlsQos
Thanks, I had already seen that video. It was an amazing creation when it was first made, and it continues to be the model for modern sound mixing.
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There are more than a couple. Most, if not all, have lengthy instrumental parts. "Dreams" by the Allman Bros, and "Light My Fire" by The Doors are two examples. Just love Duane's guitar, and the guitar and keyboards in The Doors song. Really appreciate Ray Manzarek's work in the studio.
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The entire Brazileiro album by Sergio Mendes. Just the opening "Fanfara" will get you moving.
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Sting & Pavarotti - Panis Angelicus
Clapton & Pavarotti - Holy Mother
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I've needed positive, upbeat tunes... so I've been searching for bands I liked decades ago, and finding tracks I've never heard. Mostly on YouTube.

So, for me, lots of obscure Badfinger, young Neil Young...like his band with Rick James!, David Gilmour (with Crosby and Nash...), lots of ska, proto-reggae and dub... which is not dubstep.

And early early Bowie ("I Dig Everything" is optimistic and soooo cool...)
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John Prine’s “Lake Marie.”
Supremes/Temptations’s “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me.”
The Rolling Stones’s “Dandelion” and “She’s So Cold.”
Petula Clark’s “Don’t Sleep in the Subway.”
Paul Brady’s “Arthur McBride.”
Bob Dylan’s “Desolation Row.”
The Association’s “Along Comes Mary.”
Richard and Linda Thompson’s “Hokey Pokey.”

Off the top of my head.
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Three songs I will NEVER turn off if and when they play on the radio:

All Along the Watchtower - Jimi Hendrix
Hush - Deep Purple
Born to Be Wild - Steppenwolf

There are others, of course, but these three rise above them all.

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....and The Replacements’s “Alex Chilton.”

Oh HELL yas.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftTOEJfzdq0
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....and The Replacements’s “Alex Chilton.”

Oh HELL yas.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftTOEJfzdq0
Not to mention Alex himself.
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Not to mention Alex himself.
Like the song says...

I never travel far
Without a little Big Star...
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Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb
Gerry Rafferty - Baker Street
Shawn Colvin - Sunny Came Home
Sarah McLachlan - Building a Mystery
Alanis Morissette - Uninvited

All are so evocative and put me in a dreamy, swimmy state.
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Gerry Rafferty - Baker Street


All are so evocative and put me in a dreamy, swimmy state.
i'd forgotten about this song but I totally agree.
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A casual knowledge of the musical "Hair" would lead you to believe that "Aquarius/Let The Sunshine In" is the prelude/fugue that the composer* wrote and intended. But it is just a pastiche for top 40 radio.

The musical actually ends with The Flesh Failures (Let the Sunshine In) which is one of the most fascinating and powerful songs you will ever hear. I've listened to it hundreds of times over the years.

From the movie

*Galt MacDermot's version
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Get Ready by Rare Earth

Anyone who doesn't get up and groove to this song should not be trusted.
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Without vocals: Sleepwalk by Santo and Johnny
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'The Whole of the Moon'- The Waterboys

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Al Stewart - The Year of the Cat https://youtu.be/neqfWdiKt8g
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This was one of my late wife's favorite songs and I can listen to it on infinite loop. Sadly, she passed away at the age of 44. She was a lovely person:

"She comes out of the sun
In a silk dress, run-ning
Like a watercolor
In the rain.
Don't bother ask-ing
For explanations,
She'll just tell you that she came."

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Songs I've listened to at least a couple of times a day, each, for the last several weeks
Under the Milky Way - The Church
Atmosphere, Isolation and 24 Hours, Joy Division
Catch, How Beautiful You Are and Charlotte Sometimes- The Cure
In Your Eyes (The Secret World Tour version) and Solsbury Hill - Peter Gabriel
Wax and Wane and Blue Bell Knoll - Cocteau Twins
Shatter and Amanita Muscara- Shelleyan Orphan
Salterello, Xavier and Black Sun- Dead Can Dance
So Hot You're Hurting My Feelings and Door - Caroline Polacheck
Little Girl Blue and The Battle Envy, Louder in Outer Space, Free Will at Ease and Arms & Opinions - Skating Polly
Strangers and High Five - Sigrid
Conqueror and Running With The Wolves - Aurora
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Bonnie Raitt's version of Runaway
The Tubes Don't Touch Me There
Burning Sensations Belly of the Whale
The Who Love Reign O'er Me
The Who Won't Get Fooled Again (gotta love an anti-revolution song)
Dread Zeppelin Heartbreaker (At The End Of Lonely Street) (gotta love a 300 lb Elvis impersonator)
Melissa Ethridge Must Be Crazy For Me
Richard Thompson Read About Love
Richard Thompson Vincent Black Lightning 1952

I could go on

and on

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The Tubes Don't Touch Me There
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I could go on

and on

and on
The original or the What Do You Want From Live version? I could listen to No Way Out from Remote Control over and over again.
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The Kinks, “Victoria.” Arguably the greatest rock song of all time. Dave’s scream of Dionysian ecstasy towards the end will tickle you in the gonads.

The Beatles, “Norwegian Wood.” I’ve gotten heartily sick of a lot of Beatles songs, but this one is always welcome in my ears.

Laura Nyro, “Timer.” My favorite cut, along with “Sweet Blindness,” from the great Eli and the Thirteenth Confession. They say Nyro could squish five or six songs into one song, and “Timer” proves it. If you don’t like it, wait 20 seconds and it gets different.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cX7ahizSh8

(the cat imagery is because Timer was the name of Laura’s cat)
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From Jazz, this is a song that absolutely rocks from the first note to the last. Miles by Miles Davis.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k94zDsJ-JMU
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So many good ones here; and so many that I want to check out. I notice that a lot are on my Ipod. Songs that I like to listen to any time. For me there's a slight distinction though. There are songs that delight me instantly - usually peppy ones- but the songs I listen to "over and over" are usually like the moody ones that I mentioned. Oddly enough, none of those songs is on my Ipod. I use it strictly for working out or doing chores.
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No Excuses - Alice In Chains
The Lady Don't Mind - Talking Heads
Absurd - Fluke

My favourites list on Youtube is over 600 songs. I could make a really long list of songs I can listen to over and over...
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Hmmm...these four (at least), I could listen to back-to-back-to-back-to-back for a long time...

Old Black Water--Doobie Brothers
Seven Bridges Road--Eagles
The Gambler--Kenny Rogers
The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald--Gordon Lightfoot
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youtube links added for your enjoyment....

1) Howard Jones/No One Is to Blame: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pekhxxngQ3s
2) Elton John/Tiny Dancer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qW9wqUI4Lg
3) Jackson Browne/Running on Empty: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNmIbSre7Tw
4) Fleetwood Mac/Never Going Back Again (live version is interesting): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GGyCx9WgGV8
5) Sophie B. Hawkins/As I Lay Me Down: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gq-4vIIJO30
6) John Mellencamp/Authority Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wsEwK69LXjQ
7) Paula Cole/I Don't Want To Wait: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_dVEtLPdDE
8) Steve Miller/The Joker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oWSH-iCjTqE
9) REM/Stand: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLaSXpqp__E
10) Lowen and Navarro/We Belong (Yes, the Pat Benatar hit---they wrote it) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWVt82RqjKc

11) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GChdzGr-NNk
Sadly I can't find footage of these two performing "Let's Stay Together" the same evening....
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Rebel, Rebel by David Bowie. Long story, fell in love at first sight, married at the time, never pursued it , this song was playing when I first saw her.

Still wonderin' all these years later.

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Totally agree with Ukulele Ike about Victoria!
My #1 turn it up song is 96 Tears by ? and the Mysterians.
Close second is Double Shot (of my Baby’s Love) by the Swinging Medallions.
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Totally agree with Ukulele Ike about Victoria!
My #1 turn it up song is 96 Tears by ? and the Mysterians.
Close second is Double Shot (of my Baby’s Love) by the Swinging Medallions.
Pretty much anything from Quadrophenia or Born To Run.
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I know it's tempting and easy to list a dozen or more favorites, but I think great tunes can get lost in the sauce when that happens.

So I'll be very selective in my postings in this thread. First, I'll offer up:

Fly Me To the Moon, Frank Sinatra

It's not so much Frank's vocals that get me, it's the amazing instrumental arrangement. Horns and drums, in particular.

It never, ever gets old.


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I'm learning Badfinger's Baby Blue on guitar (what else?) and getting so I can keep with their recording pretty good, and I get a thrill out of different places in the song each time I jump in along with it.
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The original or the What Do You Want From Live version?
Original. Was not familiar with the live
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Pretty much anything from Quadrophenia or Born To Run.
Quadropehnia is the greatest album ever.

I almost was killed because of Thunder Road, but that's a story for a few drinks. Let's just say it involved the line "You ain't a beauty, but, hey, you're all right."


Let's add a few more to the list

Squeeze, Black Coffee In Bed
I've got a live version of Koko Taylor singing "Hound Dog" - you'll never listen to Elvis again.
Cheep Trick - Surrender. I always say that's my kids' theme song - "Mommy's all right; Daddy's all right; they just seem a little weird."
Stevie Ray Vaughn - Willie the Wimp and his Cadillac Coffin
BB King - The Thrill is Gone. Greatest blues song ever.
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Lotsa dudes, I'm seeing lots of dudes, and lots of rock. Here's something different.

Freedom, Nicki Minaj, 2012

Only You, Littlle Mix with Cheat Codes, 2018

Si Si, Becky G, 2019
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In no particular order:

The Who's "Young Man Blues" from Live at Leeds
Allman Brothers "Statesboro Blues"
The Rolling Stones "All Down the Line"
Stevie Ray Vaughan's cover of "Voodoo Chile"
Talking Heads "Life During Wartime"
The Band's cover of "Don't Do It"
Eric Clapton's "Lonesome and a Long Way from Home"
Foghat's "Road Fever"
George Harrison's "What is Life"
Linda Ronstadt's "You're No Good"
ZZ Top's cover of "I Thank You"
The Faces' "Miss Judy's Farm"
Bob Dylan's "Cold Irons Bound" from Masked and Anonymous

I could do this all day long....better stop now.

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I've been listening to Avicii's Broken Arrows so much that I'm beginning to find it a little weird that I haven't grown sick of it yet.
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Bad Company ---If You Needed Somebody
KISS------Detroit Rock City
Judas Priest----Turbo Lover
Sammy Hagar---I Can't Drive 55
Van Halen-----Panama
Blind Melon---No Rain
Vanilla Ice----Ice Ice Baby
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I liked that song much better when Queen and David Bowie did it as Under Pressure.
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I liked that song much better when Queen and David Bowie did it as Under Pressure.
What are you talking about?

Under Pressure goes Ding Ding Ding dada Ding Ding.

And Ice Ice Baby goes Ding Ding Ding DING dada Ding Ding. There's a extra Ding! It's not the same!!!

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For some reason, during this lockdown, I've been kind of obsessing about a local rap artist called Serengeti -- well, David Cohn, and he now lives in LA. But I've just had this song in my head stuck on repeat all day. It's a baseball song about the Steve Bartman incident during the 2003 playoffs. No idea why this is just embedded in my subconscious, but I've been also listening to it over and over and over again. As a Cubs fan, this was just such a shameful moment, and I'm a bit more emotional than usual in this time. And I love this redemption -- especially as one of my close friends was close friends with Steve Bartman, and he's a class act through and through by all accounts.

"Don't Blame Steve" by Serengeti.

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