Skip to comments.great songs by artists part two
Posted on 04/27/2008 8:44:49 AM PDT by Jakarta ex-pat
OK if you wish to add to the thread Please add TWO great songs by a group or singer you think we don't know, but you think we might like.
Cheers PS-PLEASE NO SIMON GARFUNKEL, BEATLES etc.
Nightwish-White Night fantasy and Amarath
Jamie Scott and the Town-rise up and Standing in the Rain
(UK) squeeze -up the junction and Annie get your gun
Goldfrapp-Seventh Tree and Utopia
Manic street Preachers- If you tolerate This and Your love is not enough
Saint saens-Danse Macabre and
OK TO HELL WITH IT...
Please recommend GREAT MUSIC.
Warren Zevon- Don’t let us get sick, and Keep me in your heart.
Relient K - almost anything from their latest, Five Score and Seven Years Ago, but you gotta read the words
"Sister Moonshine" Supertramp
"Rubin and Cherise" Jerry Garcia
"Hummingbird" Seals and Croft
"You Aint Goin' Nowhere" Bob Dylan
"Saint Dominics Preview" Van Morrison
"Cry me a River" Joe Cocker (aka Crimian River)
Most any Harry Chapin ‘story song’.
Christian Pop Artist Matt Maher:
The End and the Beginning
Wonderful To Me
Wavelength & Santa Fe -Van Morrison.
Sailing The Wind-Loggins and Messina
I love Mr Tanner!
Los Lobos -- This Time.
Two of my favorites: “I Left Part of My Heart in SanFrancisco” by The Transplants, and of course, that backwoods opus, “Moonshine is Like Sunshine” by The Cirrhotics.
ahhh...The age of great music has passed.
Thinkin’ It Over - Del Shannon
Nothing but a Heartache - The Flirtations
Will You be Staying After Sunday - The Peppermint Rainbow
All late 60s oldies, but goodies!
The title reminds me of The Smiths "Some Girls are Biggger Than Others"
Good Enough by Crosby Loggins
Joe Bonamassa - Burning Hell and If heartaches were nickels
Sonny Boy Williamson - Your funeral and my trial
Howlin’ Wolf - Smokestack Lightning
Jefferson Airplane - Today and Comin’ back to me
Magic Sam Blues Band - All your love and Easy baby
Hellecasters-Orange Blossom Special
Hank III- Cocaine Blues (Cash Cover)
Anything by the late, great Chet Atkins.
Gary Moore: “Still Got the Blues” and “The Loner”
good old American surf music
Super Man’s Song - Crash Test Dummies
Angel Mine - Cowboy Junkies
Cowboy Junkies-”Blue Moon Revisited”
Cowboy Junkies-”Working on a Building”
Cowboy Junkies-”Hard to Explain”
Soundtrack from “O Where Brother Where Art Thou?”
Pretty much anything from Peter Gabriel’s “Secret World Live.”
Jimmy “Prime Time” Smith-”I’ll Play the Blues for You.”
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