Let's see your musical Top 10 lists...anything goes

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Synthfreek, Sep 26, 2013.

  1. If I Can Dream_23

    If I Can Dream_23 Forum Resident

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    Great Song Title "Triplets"...

    1. Long, Long, Long: The Beatles
    2. Dance, Dance, Dance: The Beach Boys
    3. Fun, Fun, Fun: The Beach Boys
    4. Girls! Girls! Girls!: Elvis Presley
    5. Girls! Girls! Girls!: Motley Crue (Must be a popular topic of interest for artists. Who knew...) :)
    6. No, No, No: Kiss
    7. Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is A Season): The Byrds
    8. Hey, Hey, Hey: Elvis Presley
    9. Gone, Gone, Gone: The Everly Brothers
    10. Mercy, Mercy, Mercy: The Buckinghams

    Thank you, thank you, thank you for reading... :)
     
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  2. Moshe V

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    You forgot
    Money Money Money - ABBA
     
  3. mrbobdobalina

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    And "Go Go Go" by Roy Orbison....
     
  4. Avery Keen-Garde

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    Ten More (More, More)

    More More More - Andrea True Connection
    Down Down Down - Buffalo Springfield
    Alright Alright Alright - Mungo Jerry
    Hush, Hush, Hush - Paula Cole
    Say, Say, Say - Macca and Michael Jackson
    Stay Stay Stay - Taylor Swift
    Jump, Jump, Jump - Rick Derringer
    Run Run Run - Jo Jo Gunne
    Looks, Looks, Looks - Sparks
    Sell Sell Sell - Barenaked Ladies
     
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  5. John54

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    Also Gone Gone Gone by Tommy James and the Shondells.
     
  6. mrbobdobalina

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    Yummy Yummy Yummy - Ohio Express
    Ha Ha Ha - Flipper
     
  7. thecdguy

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    Don't forget "Stop Stop Stop" by The Hollies.
     
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  8. mwheelerk

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    Top 10 Favorite Young(er) Artists By An Old(er) Guy
    1. Justin Townes Earle
    2. Kaki King
    3. Fantastic Negrito
    4. Gary Clark Jr.
    5. Melanie De Biaso
    6. The Dead South
    7. Amos Lee
    8. Calexico
    9. Sturgill Simpson
    10. Jamey Johnson
     
  9. If I Can Dream_23

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    Thanks for the additions everyone. Several of which I haven't even heard. It looks like this is one of those topics where several top tens could be made, made, made. :)
     
  10. andrewskyDE

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    'No No No' by Deep Purple
    'Run Run Run' by The Who
    'Bang Bang Bang' by Big Bang
     
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  11. thecdguy

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    There's also "Run, Run, Run" by The Supremes (a minor chart hit for them right before "Where Did Our Love Go" was released as a single).
     
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  12. If I Can Dream_23

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    And maybe the most famous triplet that just now dawned on me...

    Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!

    That should have been the first one I thought of! Oh well, you can't have every brain cell firing on all cylinders. Especially when you only have about three working... :biglaugh:
     
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  13. Richard--W

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    Musicals top ten, you ask?

    For traditional musicals, my favorites are

    West Side Story
    Camelot
    Camelot Revised
    Pal Joey
    Blues In the Night
    Dance of the Vampires

    Even Disney has been putting on some full-bodied musicals lately, mostly agenda-driven female lead stories. I haven't seen them yet.

    For rock & roll musicals I'm fond of:

    The Three Penny Opera (1931, Germany)
    Loving You (1957) -- the quintessential Elvis Presley '50s rockabilly film in rich color and VistaVision.
    A Hard Day's Night (1964).
    The Boy Friend (1971)
    American Hot Wax (1978) -- a lost film.
    The Buddy Holly Story (1978)
    La Bamba (1987)
    Great Balls of Fire (1989)

    There's a few more but I can't remember the titles now. Later.
     
  14. mwheelerk

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    Top 10 Albums From Every 5 Years Age 20 To Age 65
    1. 1970: Nick Drake - Bryter Layter
    2. 1975: Pink Floyd - Wish You Were Here
    3. 1980: Peter Green - Little Dreamer
    4. 1985: Dire Straits - Brothers In Arms
    5. 1990: Hindu Love Gods - Hindu Love Gods
    6. 1995: Emmylou Harris - Wrecking Ball
    7. 2000: Merle Haggard - If I Could Only Fly
    8. 2005: Garage A Trois - Outre Mer
    9. 2010: Justin Townes Earle - Harlem River Blues
    10. 2015: Vintage Trouble - 1 Hopeful Road
    Okay, I'm done with these lists. I've gone a little overboard but it has been kind of fun just making up the different Top 10 categories.

    Cheers
     
  15. Solitaire1

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    "Fernando" is an okay song but not one of my top songs, and is a song that I rarely choose to play. Likewise with "Crescent Noon" and "Mr. Guder" (good songs but not a favorite).
     
  16. Solitaire1

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    ...and "Go Go Go" by Dean Martin
     
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  17. Moshe V

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    Not sure if this counts.
    I think sort of double triplets..?

    De Do Do Do De Da Da Da - The Police
     
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  18. Moshe V

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    Da Da Da - Trio
     
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  19. Solitaire1

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    Could this apply: "Radio Ga Ga" by Lady Gaga (of course, Lady Gaga hasn't recorded the song but still... ):wtf:
     
  20. CybrKhatru

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    In the spirit of the show I saw last night:

    Top 10 U2 toonz:

    1) Where The Streets Have No Name
    2) Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses
    3) City of Blinding Lights
    4) A Sort of Homecoming
    5) Gloria
    6) All I Want Is You
    7) 11:00 Tick Tock
    8) New Year's Day
    9) Two Hearts Beat As One
    10) The Unforgettable Fire
     
  21. Solitaire1

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    Top 10 Sad/Depressing Songs In Alphabetical Order:
    1. "Alone Again (Naturally)" by Gilbert O'Sullivan
    2. "The End Of The World" by Skeeter Davis
    3. "Goodbye To Love" by the Carpenters
    4. "I Need To Be In Love" by the Carpenters
    5. "Never Gonna Fall In Love Again" by Eric Carmen
    6. "New York" by Prozzäk
    7. "New York's Not My Home" by Jim Croce
    8. "Seasons In The Sun" by Terry Jacks
    9. "Trying To Get The Feeling Again" by the Carpenters
    10. "The Winner Takes It All" by ABBA
     
  22. Solitaire1

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    Top 10 Songs Used In Movies In Alphabetical Order:
    1. "Arthur's Theme (The Best You Can Do)" by Christopher Cross (Arthur)
    2. "Hello, It's Me" by Todd Woods [Paul Giamatti] (Duets)
    3. "Highway Patrol" by Junior Brown (Me, Myself, and Irene)
    4. "In The Jailhouse Now" by The Soggy Mountain Boys (Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?)
    5. "Promise Me Anything" by Annette Funicello (Beach Party)
    6. "The Rainbow Connection" by Kermit The Frog (The Muppet Movie)
    7. "Reflection" by Mulan [Lea Salonga] (Mulan)
    8. "Sally's Song" by Sally [Catherine O'Hara] (Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas)
    9. "Treat Him Nicely" by Annette Funicello (Beach Party)
    10. "What's New Pussycat" by Tom Jones (What's New Pussycat)
     
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  23. If I Can Dream_23

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    10 Songs With Sound Effects That Greatly Enhance The Entire Feel Or Theme Of The Track:

    1. Reflections: The Supremes (Beep, beep, beep, beep...)
    2. Back In The USSR: The Beatles (Jet)
    3. Cherish: Kool & The Gang (Seagulls and crashing waves)
    4. Yellow Submarine: The Beatles (Submarine sounds, clinking glasses, waves, chatter)
    5. Summer In The City: The Lovin Spoonful (Cars, busy city sounds)
    6. Elected: Alice Cooper (Mock radio broadcasting)
    7. Firehouse: Kiss (Fire Engine)
    8. Whole Lotta Love: Led Zeppelin (A collage of assorted and distorted sounds)
    9. Living In Sin: Gene Simmons (Kiss) Alarm clock, nightstand knock, groupies / Cher talking to Gene in a mock phone call)
    10. Lady Cab Driver: Prince (Well, if you haven't heard this one, you probably wouldn't believe it...)
     
  24. Happypic

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    Cocteau twins
    Delia derbyshire
    Charles mingus
     
  25. John54

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    Wonderful Summer by Robin Ward does it for me ...

    Remember (Walking in the Sand) by the Shangri-Las does a good job in the same vein, but I've never been a big fan.

    Numerous tracks have rain/thunder; Rhythm of the Rain by the Cascades to name just one.
     

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