Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by bzfgt, Oct 7, 2017.
Tommy Emmanuel - Blue Moon
It's both an ear worm tune and one I'm learning to play.......
Or maybe this:
Swingin' - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
A Day In the Life - The Beatles
It has been my favourite song ever since I heard it, back when I knew nothing other than The Beatles. I doubt that's going to change anytime soon.
I'll go with the song playing in my head this very minute
Godley and Creme - This Sporting Life
Thumb - Dinosaur Jr
It's the intro and the final solo that do it for me, every once in a while.
Did a transfer of Mock Turtles-Wicker Man, 1989 this morning, so it's stuck in my head
The Byrds "Here Without You"
Sugar Magnolia - Grateful Dead
Leon Russell - Me and Baby Jane
this week , I'm loving Roadunner by Modern Lovers
Right this minute?
Until that guitar solo kicks in....
Michael Nyman - The Kiss (featuring Dagmar Krause)
Have this on my iPod right now..
A peak for Debbie's vocals and Chris's songwriting, but elevated into immortality by Clem's drumming.
Recorded live in studio, boys and girls...
The Amps - Tipp City (1995)
Blasting the CD on the way 2day...
Judee Sill : 'The Kiss'.
Or Jane Siberry : 'Calling all Angels' .
That was my top spin on 04/25/2015 here in Baltimore.
In honor of the Audio Fidelity vault sale, Yonder Comes a Sucker by Jim Reeves.
Hearing their music get raped by movies and commercials does make you begin to despise the likes of Blitzkrieg Bop, but when you actually go back and listen to their first few albums, you remember the genius in them.
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