Ok, this is a sample of my “Best of” list. This was really, really hard to put together, hard to choose. These are SOME of my favorites - ones
that just stand above the rest, IMO. I hope I’m not showing my age. My interests are varied so bear with me and, sorry you won’t find Elvis
in here (never liked him). Share yours too, there’s many of mine I’ve not put in this thread – especially the later ones – they just don’t
seem as “unique/together” as the rest when put side to side. I’ve not put any of my classical ones here either. Just not enough room.
Jimi Hendrix – Voodoo Child
Of course… What can I say? This man plays for God every day now.
Most Sexy – of all time:
Aerosmith – I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing
Sends shivers up my spine every single time I listen to it. Feels primal to me. Aerosmith was my very first concert in the 70s… They haven’t lost
their touch yet.
Best Female Voice – of all time:
Natalie Cole – Unforgettable
Sorry, the video just does not do this song justice… you must have the CD on a good home system to fully experience her beautiful voice...
but you'll get the idea.
Earth, Wind, & Fire - That's The Way Of The World
Can’t find anything like this today, for sure! Prove me wrong!
Damn Good Bluesy Rock n Roll:
Lenny Kravitz - Can't Get You Out Of My Mind
Love, love, love this song…
ZZ Top - Tush and Beer Drinkers and Hellraisers
Two for one on this video. ZZ Top just has a wonderfully smoooooth sound. Don’t see that much anymore. Lol, I have very umm... vivid? memories with
these songs. perhaps ‘vivid’ isn’t the word…
Apocalyptica-Fade To Black
Beautiful, beautiful instrumentals. And, yes, I like the Metallica version too.
Enignma - Age Of Loneliness
Ilan Eshkeri – Stardust
The whole soundtrack but this is a good sample.
Beatles – Within you and without you
Trippy man… … I just like it. My older brother has all of their albums so I kind of grew up listening to them.. a lot.
Most attempted by Garage Bands
Iron Butterfly – In A Gadda Da Vida
Heh.. This was my first album… I was 8 and remember playing it over and over and over. Interestingly (at least to me ) my second album was the
Partridge Family. What’s up with THAT?
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