Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Angela 0077, Jun 6, 2010.
"Betcha By Golly Wow" - The Stylistics
Boards of Canada -Amo Bishop Roden.
The Tide Is High by Blondie
Angie B - Soundwaves
A great old song I was reminded of on another board
I love that song. I don't care what some of the "serious music fans" like to say about that genre and era.
The song was in a "poll" thread for 1982. I would've sworn it more like 78-79. The memory can really play tricks on you if it's a song you haven't heard in decades.
Still, I have the single in my library now for those pop/light rock moods.
I turned eight the year it came out. I have some pretty vivid memories of the soft rock sensation sounds of that period and the earliest years of MTV.
It was a gloriously cheesy time full of amazing music.
le disko-shiny toy guns(remix)
Thanks a lot, Progressive commercial.
The Legacy - Group Home
"Two Out of Three Ain't Bad," Meat Loaf
DEVO's call to action in the form of Through Being Cool.
”American Pie,” Don McLean
Shania Twain "You're Still The One"
Down for Whatever - Ice Cube
Nah - Shania Twain
Didn't think I had any Shania Twain CD's anymore, but it turns out I still have this one, which is Up, and I've not listened to her for awhile, so I thought I'd dig it out and listen to it.
To borrow Christopher Hogg's:
And Jeff Beck's awesome playing only enhances this songs power and emotion.
"Bullet The Blue Sky," by U2
"This Old Guitar," John Denver
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