Author Topic: Name three songs that rocked your world.  (Read 8442 times)

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Jailhouse Rock - Elvis Presley
Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones (original with Merry Clayton)
Mean Mr. Mustard > Polythene Pam > She Came in Through the Bathroom Window - The Beatles
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Interesting what pops into your mind...
The Back Seat of My Car - Paul and Linda McCartney
You Ought to Know - Alanis Morissette
All Apologies - Nirvana

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Air - Ekseption
Medieval Overture - Return To Forever
We Belong Together - Rickie Lee Jones

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Man at what stage of your life--I have too many!!  One from three of those:

Tarkus - Emerson, Lake, & Palmer
Bad Reputation - Joan Jett
Pop Art Blue - Zero 7

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Phantom of the Opera - Iron Maiden (Live After Death)
Square Hammer - Ghost
The Clouding - Iced Earth

I could choose from so many others...

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Three Hits, The Indigo Girls
So Unsexy, Alanis Morissette
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Man at what stage of your life--
I know how you feel!
Three I always come back to.

Love Is A Stranger - Eurythmics
September In The Rain - Jo Stafford (1952 "As You Desire Me" version)
No More Fucking Rock'n'Roll (Paul Van Dyk Edit) - A*S*Y*S*
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Rock with you ~Michael Jackson
Bed of Roses ~ Bon Jovi
Goodbye ~Air Supply

Música

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Much too tough, reductionist even; but fun trying:

After not being able to decide on three gems among 6 to 12 from Creedence Clearwater Revival, my favorite world rockers, I submit:
 
Hotel California -Eagles, Hell Freezes Over version
You're No Good -Linda Ronstadt, Live in Hollywood version
With A Little Help From My Friends and Come Together tied  :-\   :-*  -The Beatles

Corliss Rain

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Creeque Alley by the Mamas & the Papas when I was about 4 or 5
Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin, which I first heard at about 13 years old
Prince of Darkness by Indigo Girls at 22 years old

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Creeque Alley by the Mamas & the Papas when I was about 4 or 5
Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin, which I first heard at about 13 years old
Prince of Darkness by Indigo Girls at 22 years old
Thanks for sharing!

This is exactly what I intended when creating this topic.
It's not about what music you value the most at this moment in your life.
it's about what confused and rocked your musical senses in the early years of your existence.
No need to explain or understand why.

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'Love Don't Work This Way' - The Househouse Flowers 
First heard this in a teenage disco held in a school gym hall & danced like I was possessed.  This song made me realise there's more to music than just 'Pop'

'Say What You Want' - Texas f. Wu-Tang Clan
Sometimes 2 + 2 = 5.   Don't get boxed in with genres.  I don't particularly like either band but they made a great song when they collaborated.  Other examples of people crossing boundaries might include Jah Wobble, Sinead O'Connor and Onra.

'Köln, January 24, 1975, Part I' - Keith Jarrett
A few years ago, I was getting a bit jaded with the music I was hearing.  Then this album!  One man and a piano totally dominated the listening space for an hour.  Total immersive experience.  You can hear his fingers working the keys, working the foot pedals and breathing through his nose.  Incredible.