Sunday, November 02, 2008

Vote! Vote! Vote!

Of the songs you play, the radio played, what song/songs do you like to hear?
Since there is a presedential election coming up, I thought I would try a musical election. If enough people vote for their favorite records, then maybe I can come up with some results.

You can tell me your favorites either through comments through any posting, or through the email in My Profile. Let me know your favorite 1950's, 1960's or 1970's songs. 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5 songs from each decade. Even if there aren't many votes, I let you know what people like. Let me know by 11/11/08. Just a list would be nice. If you would like to comment about the songs, feel free to do so.


Anonymous said...

Anyone who remembers a guy named Ben Mosteller that worked with Ray Morgan @ kmen please leave a comment.

Anonymous said...

One song I never ever get tired of
listening to is EVERLASTING LOVE
by Love Affair. The other 2 versions
are fine but this one tops them..
Robert Knight and Carl Carlton.

By the way, the Gloria Estefan
version is the worst of all time.
She sounds like Ricky Ricardo
doing bobaloo.
It's like hearing finger nails
on a black board. It is awful.

Bill Earl said...

Some of my all-time-favorites....

"Crystal Blue Persuasion" - Shondells
"Me About You" - Turtles
"The River Is Wide"-The Forum

Bill Earl
Advisor to

Anonymous said...


Don't Be Cruel Elvis
Bye Bye Love Everly Brothers
Peggy Sue Buddy Holly
Personality Lloyd Price
Lonely Boy Paul Anka
Poison Ivy Coasters
It's Late Ricky Nelson

Beyond The Sea Bobby Darin
That's All You Gotta Do
Brenda Lee
Good Timin' Jimmy Jones

The Great Imposter
Baby I Need Your Lovin'
4 Tops
Don't Worry Baby/I Get Around
Beach Boys
In The Midnight Hour
Wilson Pickett
A Day In The Life

I Heard It Thru The Grapevine
Marvin Gaye

Bad Moon Rising CCR

Down On The Corner


My Sweet Lord George Harrison

Ain't No Sunshine Bill Withers

Too Late To Turn Back Now
Cornelius Bros

Mother & Child Reunion
Paul Simon

Black Dog Led Zepp

I Can See Clearly Now
Johnny Nash

Layla Derek &
the Dominos