Classic Rock Bands and Their Best Work/Hit(sorta of a poll)

Well, here are some I thought of off the
top of my head. Some of them seem too new to
be classic rock, but the local station seems
to play them, so I must just be getting old!
Stones - Paint it Black
Doors - Five in One
Springsteen - Born to Run
Kiss - Rock and Roll All Night
Van Halen - You Really Got Me
Rush - Tom Sawyer
Guns N Roses - Paradise City

In my first response I stuck to WB’s list. Everybody’s been adding to it and now I feel left out.
Here are my additions:

Allman Brothers - Whipping Post* (live)
Jethro Tull - Skating Away
Jimi Hendrix - Cross Town Traffic
Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here or Comfortably Numb (can’t decide)
Chicago - Saturday In the Park
Grateful Dead - Friend of the Devil
Joe Walsh - Life’s Been Good or Funk 48
Aerosmith - Seasons of Wither
Doors - The End
Springsteen - Tenth Avenue Freeze Out
Kiss - Shock Me (I’m a big Ace fan)
Doobie Brothers - Black Water
Steely Dan - Balck Friday
April Wine - Roller

was there a funk 48? i know the one song they always play on the radio is called funk 49.

I’m pretty sure there was a Funk 48, but Funk 49 is probably the one I’m thinking of - “Work all night/Sleep all day/ I know what you’re doing …”)
IIRC, Funk 48 may have been instrumental.

The Kinks: “Village Green Preservation Society”
The Band: “King Harvest (Will Surely Come)”
The Grateful Dead: “Saint Stephen”
The Jefferson Airplane: “The Farm”
Bob Dylan: “Desolation Row”

Just listening to Supertramp’s “Fool’s Overture” from the CD Paris. It is a hard double CD to get but worth the search as Supertramp live is the only way to go.

I find it difficult to pick just one song from the aforementioned groups especially when some have an immense body of work that in some cases stretches over decades.

Now I am listening to “Rudy”… see what I mean?

No-one mentioned the Guess Who and “American Woman”. Must be a Canadian thing.

I like everyone’s choices.

Originally released in 1969, The James Gang’s Yer’ Album does in fact contain the track entitled Funk #48.
But Funk #49 is the tune that I dig the mostest.

Nah, classic rock radio plays them into the ground here in the states, too. I’d have to go with Share the Land or No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature over American Woman, though.