My Favorite Rock Songs (2) – The rest

So in my last post I listed my top ten rock songs. But in the same vein as my top ten albums and corresponding albums that didn’t quite make it, I wanted to list songs here that are great but missed it by that much. I’ve posted about some of these before; I may have more to say about some of these in the future. But for now, pick a few and enjoy:

  • Suffragette City – David Bowie
  • Another Star – Stevie Wonder
  • Runaround Sue – Dion
  • Everybody’s Talkin’ – Harry Nilsson
  • Suite Judy Blue Eyes – Crosby, Stills and Nash
  • Lazy – Deep Purple
  • Smooth – Santana
  • Paradise City – Guns ‘n Roses
  • Oliver’s Army – Elvis Costello
  • Mrs. Robinson – Simon and Garfunkel
  • Money – Pink Floyd
  • Positively Fourth Street – Bob Dylan
  • Little Darlin’ – The Diamonds
  • Victoria – Kinks
  • The Weight – The Band
  • Red House – Jimi Hendrix
  • Won’t Get Fooled Again – The Who
  • Ripple – Grateful Dead
  • White Light, White Heat (live) – Lou Reed
  • Crossroads – Cream
  • The Boxer – Simon and Garfunkel
  • Stay With Me – Faces
  • Let Me Love You – Jeff Beck Group (w/Rod Stewart)
  • Space Oddity – David Bowie
  • Loan Me a Dime – Boz Scaggs (w/Duane Allman)
  • My Sunday Feeling – Jethro Tull
  • 25 or 6 to 4 – Chicago
  • Blue moon – The Marcels
  • Don’t Let me down – Beatles
  • Uprising – Muse
  • Hard to Handle – Black Crowes
  • I Fought the Law – Clash
  • I Will Wait – Mumford and Sons
  • It’s Only Love – Blodwyn Pig
  • Mack the Knife – Bobby Darin
  • Take me to the pilot – Elton John
  • I want you back – Jackson Five
  • Move On Up – Curtis Mayfield
  • More Than a Feeling – Boston
  • Can’t Get Enough – Bad Company
  • Before The Kiss, A Redcap – Blue Oyster Cult
  • I’m Goin’ Home – Ten Years After (live at Woodstock)
  • Middle of the Road – Pretenders
  • Don’t Let Me Down – Beatles
  • If You Could Read My Mind – Gordon Lightfoot

 

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