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The best disco songs imply infinity in both their length and groove, and always feel as if they’re attached to a black hole. Haven’t You Heard enhances time until it feels like the glitter of a cityscape unfurling through a cab window. Ben’s original version of the song, recorded for his 1972 album Ben, is a subdued gem. But the version recorded for his massive 1976 crossover album Africa Brasil exudes joy, sparks flying from every exuberant note. The record would end up getting Rod Stewart-whose Do Ya Think I’m Sexy? bore a strong resemblance-sued. It’s not difficult, though, to see what Stewart saw in its jubilant DNA (unconsciously, according to his autobiography).
Various – Dennis: Story-Songs. Dennis Cooper's original short story "The Ash Grey Proclamation" (titled after the Robert Pollard song of the same name) was passed around to a variety of bands and musicians - those Cooper loved or those that were already fans of his work. Four years in the making, DENNIS showcases fourteen songs by musicians who have been inspired by the author and, in many instances, directly influenced by the accompanying story
One of the best songs ever - CalebMusic. 11 The House of the Rising Sun - The Animals. Aka Rising Sun Blues. Origins, writers unknown. One of the best songs I have ever heard in my whole life! A great song! - CalebMusic. 21 Open Fields of Grace - Jackie Evancho. Jackie's voice soars as she sings of loss and hope. El Paso tells a great love story of the old west. No one can tell old western style stories like Marty Robbins. 29 Comfortably Numb - Pink Floyd UListen to Sample. 30 Tangled Up in Blue - Bob Dylan UListen to Sample. 31 Thank God I'm a Country Boy - John Denver UListen to Sample. 32 Rasputin - Boney M UListen to Sample.
Sad Songs (Say So Much). What Becomes of the Broken Hearted. 2. Tired of Being Alone.
Ever! is a compilation album brand from Circa Records (trading under the 'strategic marketing' brand name of EMI/Virgin Records). Ever! et., however on a number of indie music collections the genre aspect was replaced by a full list of artist names.
The 45 Best Christmas Songs of All Time. You have to admit that you love some of these songs. Off the best Christmas album of all time, A Christmas Gift For You From Phil Spector, the New York girl group logs this ebullient holiday party jam that will get even Grinch to twist it out on the dance floor. Elvis Presley – "Blue Christmas". Run-DMC – "Christmas in Hollis". Flipping "Jingle Bells" into a story of the holiday season in Queens, this track isn't just one of the greatest Christmas raps-it's one of the best 20th-century holiday songs. Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings – "Please Come Home for Christmas".
Rolling Stone's 50 Best Songs of 2010: The New Pornographers' "Your Hands (Together)". Video: The New Pornographers at Lollapalooza 2010. Bright Eyes, ‘Lifted or the Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground’. A true American original: the ghost of Walt Whitman setting up shop in the wraith-white, rail-thin frame of a acoustic-strumming Nebraska Cure fan. On his breakthrough album, Conor Oberst and a grandly shambling indie-folk ensemble turned his twenty-something angst into songs as sprawling and overwhelming as the Midwestern horizon.
|A1||–Jimmy Dean||Big Bad John|
|A2||–Paul Revere & The Raiders||Indian Reservation (The Lament Of The Cherokee Reservation Indian)|
|A3||–Stonewall Jackson||B.J. The D.J.|
|A4||–Johnny Cash||Don't Take Your Guns To Town|
|A5||–Jeannie C. Riley||Harper Valley P.T.A.|
|A6||–Claude King||Wolverton Mountain|
|A7||–Bobby Bare||Detroit City|
|A8||–Bobby Vinton||Roses Are Red (My Love)|
|A9||–Charlie Rich||Behind Closed Doors|
|B1||–Johnny Paycheck||Take This Job And Shove It|
|B2||–Michael Martin Murphey||Wildfire|
|B4||–Flatt & Scruggs||The Ballad Of Jed Clampett|
|B5||–Glen Campbell||Wichita Lineman|
|B6||–Tennessee Ernie Ford||Sixteen Tons|
|B7||–Johnny Cash||A Boy Named Sue|
|B8||–Marty Robbins||El Paso|
|B9||–Johnny Horton||The Battle Of New Orleans|