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I hope you will listen to these before voting for the next top 1000(songs) of all times
(What's wrong with ballads ?)
Robert Plant - Morning Dew
Dixie Chicks - Loving Arms
Eva Cassidy - Fields Of Gold
Murray Head - Say It Ain't So
The Connels - 74 75
Easy Beats - Friday On My Mind
Al Stewart - Year Of The Cat
Alanis Morissette - You Learn
Alphaville - Big In Japan
Chris Isaak - Wicked Game
Eric Serra - It's Only Mystery (in the film Subway)
Bono & The Corrs - Summer Wine
Leonard Cohen - Stranger Song
Pat Benatar - Fire And Ice
Tori Amos - Crucify
Sheryl Crow - My Favourite Mistake
Simon & Garfunkel - April Come She Will
Joan Baez - Wild Mountain Thyme
Tanita Tikaram - Twist In My Sobriety
Ten Years After - Hear Me Calling
The Bee Gees - To Love Somebody
The Cascades - Rhythm Of The Rain
The Everly Brothers - Crying In The Rain
The Hollies - King Midas In Reverse
Agree with quite a few of these,this song in particular - it's in my all time top 100
I agree a lot of 50s-60s R&B should be given closer looks.
My Favorite Mistake is okay but I prefer most of her s/t and the other songs on Globe Sessions.
One of my favorite 60's songs is Chad + Jeremy's "Rest in Peace". It's a really great song that suffers from being on an album that was past their 5 minutes of fame and also has a really long, unneeded intro. But, it's a really good psych pop song.
For something not quite as obscure, Simon and Garfunkel's Only Living Boy in New York is one of my favorite songs of all time but it's rarely seen on even S+G greatest hits albums. It was on some commercial this past year which might have brought some popularity back to it, but it probably suffers from not being an oldies or classic rock radio friendly song.