Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by PopularChuck, Sep 23, 2017.
The Coral - Jacqueline
The Sheepdogs - Nobody
'I Fell In Love Again Last Night' by The Forester Sisters
'I Can't Get Close Enough' by Exile
'If We Never Meet Again' by Roger McGuinn
Now, Now - SGL.
'What A Crying Shame' by The Mavericks. From their extremely enjoyable Grammy Award-winning album released in 1994. Of course, I say that about all their albums...
'Tempted' as recorded by Marty Stuart. Written by legendary British songwriter Paul Kennerley, this enjoyable song emits a Buddy Holly/Dave Edmunds vibe.
'I Still Believe In You' by The Desert Rose Band
'Summer Wind' by The Desert Rose Band
'If The Sun Doesn't Shine' by The Smithereens
Suzanne Vega - "CARAMEL".
Yeah -- that's a helluva good song.
I think in a different time frame it could have been a massive hit. The timing was just bad, with respect to the climate/market.
Duran Duran - Rio
Talking Heads - Once In A Lifetime
Wang Chung - To Live and die In L.A.
the entire green album is a great example of the pop/rock sound of the 2000s
"Woman In Chains" - Tears For Fears with Oleta Adams - almost six minutes of perfect pop pleasure.
Take a Chance On Me - Abba
Rick Springfield - Jessie's Girl
Also this one
(Which got some notice when I used to perform it as a solo acoustic time, the year it charted)
Betcha' can't name just one:
Joe Jones - You Talk Too Much
The Everly Brothers - Crying In The Rain
Roy Orbison - Oh, Pretty Woman
The Angels - My Boyfriend's Back
The Beatles - Please Please Me
The Dave Clark Five - Any Way You Want It
The Kinks - 'Til The End Of The Day
Dusty Springfield - You Don't Have To Say You Love Me
The Small Faces - All Or Nothing
The Count V - Psychotic Reaction
The Box Tops - Soul Deep
The Raspberries - Tonight
T-Rex - Metal Guru
Redd Kross - Annie's Gone
Teenage Fanclub - Ain't That Enough
The Kelly Deal 6000 -Shag
Shack - Oscar
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