Top 50 Songs!

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Postby Bungo the Mungo » 30 Apr 2006, 18:18

angshu wrote:I've not counted or anything, but hasn't 'Maybe I'm Amazed' shown up quite a lot? Justifiably so, to my ears, but it'll be quite surprising if Macca's much derided (mostly outside BCB) solo career yields the board's consensus.

Coan, are you planning on using the extra tens for the tally as well? I think in a poll as unlikely to have consistent results as this one, it might help bring things towards the mean somewhat, and I don't think it counts as skewing the scores, seeing as there aren't any points allotted to the songs in the first place and because this isn't a contest either.

Up to you, of course...


Every song voted for carries the same weight - including these extra tens. I thought getting people to vote for their top 100 would mean the results would be more representative, but it'd be too much work.

'Maybe I'm Amazed' is way down the list! I'm thinking of finally posting a top 30 list, and I don't know if it'll show. It looks like it's the most popular song that features Paul McCartney, tho' - surprisingly.

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Postby The Modernist » 30 Apr 2006, 18:20

angshu wrote:I've not counted or anything, but hasn't 'Maybe I'm Amazed' shown up quite a lot? Justifiably so, to my ears, but it'll be quite surprising if Macca's much derided (mostly outside BCB) solo career yields the board's consensus.

Coan, are you planning on using the extra tens for the tally as well? I think in a poll as unlikely to have consistent results as this one, it might help bring things towards the mean somewhat, and I don't think it counts as skewing the scores, seeing as there aren't any points allotted to the songs in the first place and because this isn't a contest either.

Up to you, of course...


All of the above is why he suggested it in the first place.


I really don't get the fuss with Maybe I'm Amazed, a very average early 70's power ballad. There's nothing that distinctive about it at all, I really don't think that were it a song by say Gilbert 'O' sullivan it would have the same reputation now.

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Postby & » 30 Apr 2006, 18:28

Archbishop Modernist! wrote:
angshu wrote:I've not counted or anything, but hasn't 'Maybe I'm Amazed' shown up quite a lot? Justifiably so, to my ears, but it'll be quite surprising if Macca's much derided (mostly outside BCB) solo career yields the board's consensus.

Coan, are you planning on using the extra tens for the tally as well? I think in a poll as unlikely to have consistent results as this one, it might help bring things towards the mean somewhat, and I don't think it counts as skewing the scores, seeing as there aren't any points allotted to the songs in the first place and because this isn't a contest either.

Up to you, of course...


All of the above is why he suggested it in the first place.


I really don't get the fuss with Maybe I'm Amazed, a very average early 70's power ballad. There's nothing that distinctive about it at all, I really don't think that were it a song by say Gilbert 'O' sullivan it would have the same reputation now.


It's the chromatic run after the first two lines that clinches it for me personally. Even on the depressingly plastic by-the-numbers 'Tripping The Live Fantastic' it sends chills down me.

I don't think it was particularly big when it came out, so I don't think McCartney being involved is such a big factor in the status of the song.
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Postby Beno » 30 Apr 2006, 21:23

This has been hard. If I hadn't committed to take part in the original thread I would probably have given up.

Anyway I've managed to cobble something together using BCB cup lists and other things that have come into my head. I'm sure I could have come up with a better list if I had put more thought into it, but equally I could probably have spent forever on it and still not been totally happy.

Enough rambling, here's my 60.

Ahead – Wire
Atmosphere – Joy Division
Baby’s on Fire – Brian Eno
Fear is a Man’s Best Friend – John Cale
Lazy Line Painter Jane – Belle & Sebastian
Nightswimming – REM
Soldissimo (EDC Remix) - Air
That’s When I Reach for My Revolver – Mission of Burma
Thirteen – Big Star
Tomorrow Is Such a Long Time – Rod Stewart

Complicated Game – XTC
Consolation Prize – Orange Juice
Isi – Neu!
Melody – Serge Gainsbourg
Wall of Death – Richard & Linda Thompson
Lost And Found – Peter Hammill
The Same Old Rock – Roy Harper
Queen of Eyes – The Soft Boys
Beyond Belief – Elvis Costello
Burning Airlines Give You So Much More – Brian Eno

I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever) – Stevie Wonder
Part of the Wind – Tim Hardin
Queen Elvis – Robyn Hitchcock
Sitting In Limbo – Jimmy Cliff
Answering Machine – The Replacements
Snowstorm – Galaxie 500
So Says I – The Shins
Tested Charms –Shoes
Debris – The Faces
Big Country – Talking Heads

4th Time Around – Bob Dylan
Norwegian Wood – Beatles
Fire For Awhile – Shoes
I Will Follow – Moby Grape
Maggie May – Rod Stewart
Voodoo Ray – A Guy Called Gerald
I Want You Back – Jackson 5
Substitute – The Who
Summer Babe – Pavement
Rikki Don’t lose That Number – Steely Dan

Everything Merges With The Night – Brian Eno
Hello Little One – Luna
Bouncing Round The Room – Phish
Burning of the Midnight Lamp – Jimi Hendrix
PF Sloan - Jimmy Webb
Sympathy For the Devil – Rolling Stones
Wuthering Heights – Kate Bush
I Wanna Be Adored – Stone Roses
I Second That Emotion - Diana Ross & the Supremes
Behind Blue Eyes – The Who

Seymour Stein – Belle & Sebastian
Dr Peter – Rejuvination
Venus – Television
Johnny Thunder – The Kinks
Omega Day – Bill Fay
He’s Misstra Know It All – Stevie Wonder
Fortunate Son – Creedence Clearwater Revival
Life On Mars? – David Bowie
“Heroes” – David Bowie
Walk A Thin Line – Fleetwood Mac

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Postby LeBaron » 30 Apr 2006, 23:41

I haven't been able to work on this like I might've liked. But a slapdash list (though it would be a first) is better than none. I actually had one working in the computer when it blew up. This has been reconstructed on the spot from memory. What?? No Freddie King? No Badfinger?

Marcel Strong "Mumble In My Ear"
Earl King "Come On, Part 1(?)"
George Jones "Out of Control"
Jimi Hendrix "Third Stone From the Sun"
Everly Brothes "It Only Costs A Dime"
Darlene Love "Stumble and Fall"
Fleetwood Mac "Over My Head"
Falcons "I Found A Love"
Slim Harpo "Tee Ni Nee Ni Nu"
Mission of Burma "That's How I Escaped My Certain Fate"

Stevie Wonder "For Once In My Life"
Led Zeppelin "Misty Mountain Hop"
Fats Domino "Going To The River"
Wynn Stewart "Wishful Thinking"
Sir Douglas Quintet "Is Anybody Going To San Antone"
Guitar Slim "Trouble Don't Last"
Kinks "Till The End of the Day"
Shuggie Otis "Strawberry Letter 23"
Charlie Walker "Pick Me Up On Your Way Down"
ALEX CHILTON "BANGKOK"

Wire "Outdoor Miner"
Jerry Garcia "The Wheel"
Pharoah Sanders "Astral Traveling"
Beatles "Rain"
Heartbreakers "Chinese Rocks"
King Tubby & Soul Syndicate "Great Stone"
Johnny Paycheck "A-11"
Lazy Lester "Sugar Coated Love"
John Lennon "Instant Karma!"
Irma Thomas "It's Raining"

Buzzcocks "Boredom"
Impressions "We're A Winner"
Brian Eno "Some Faraway Beach"
Buck Owens "Storm of Love"
Bob Wills "Faded Love"
Clarence Carter "Slip Away"
James Gang "Funk 49"
The Creation "Makin' Time"
Benny Spellman "Fortune Teller"
War "Low Rider"

Gary Numan "Cars"
Joni Mitchell "Help Me"
Johnny "Guitar" Watson "Too Tired"
Hollies "I'm Alive"
Jimmy Martin "What Was I Supposed To Do"
Robert Parker "Barefootin'"
The Beach Boys "'Til I Die"
Ray Price "Crazy Arms"
Marvin Gaye "Got To Give It Up"
Todd Rundgren "I Saw The Light"

BONUS 10 (I gather we get 10 more, no?)
Buffalo Springfield "Bluebird"
The Beach Boys "She Knows Me Too Well"
Ann Peebles "I Can't Stand the Rain"
Dori Grayson "Try Love"
Louvin Brothers "Katie Dear"
The Beatles "The Word"
Faron Young "Face To the Wall"
John Lennon "#9 Dream"
Roberta Flack & Donnie Hathaway "Where Is the Love"
Patterson Twins "Back In Love Again"
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Postby the masked man » 30 Apr 2006, 23:42

OK, a Top 50.

1. Delgados - Blackpool
2. Eric B & Rakim - Follow The Leader
3. Rufus & Chaka Khan - Ain't Nobody
4. Low - California
5. Joy Division - Atmosphere
6. Leonard Cohen - Famous Blue Raincoat
7. Nick Drake - River Man
8 N*E*R*D - Provider
9. Magazine - Shot By Both Sides
10. Edwyn Collins - A Girl Like You
11. Scott Walker - Amsterdam
12. Stevie Wonder - Superstition
13. My Bloody Valentine - You Made Me Realize
14. Smiths - The Queen Is Dead
15. Dinosaur Jr - Freak Scene
16. Yello - Lost Again
17. Kraftwerk - Trans Europe Express
18. Devo - Freedom Of Choice
19. David Bowie - We Are The Dead
20. Rhythm Is Rhythm - Nude Photo
21. Beatles - Helter Skelter
22. Bob Dylan - Tangled Up In Blue
23. Suede - The Asphalt World
24. Underworld - Dirty Epic
25. Blue Nile - Saturday Night
26. Kelis - Trick Me
27. Rolling Stones - 19th Nervous Breakdown
28. Roxy Music - Do The Strand
29. Pulp - I Spy
30. Massive Attack - Safe From Harm
31. The Fall - Spoilt Victorian Child
32. Cabaret Voltaire - Sensoria
33. Radiohead - Everything In Its Right Place
34. Buzzcocks - Autonomy
35. Gang Of Four - I Found That Essence Rare
36. Joni Mitchell - Shades Of Scarlet Conquering
37. Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds - The Mercy Seat
38. Triffids - Wide Open Road
39. Go-Betweens - Cattle & Cane
40. New Order - Vanishing Point
41. Talking Heads - Life During Wartime
42. Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five - The Message
43. The Human League - The Black Hit Of Space
44. Shannon - Let The Music Play
45. Art Of Noise - Close (To The Edit)
46. Tom Waits - Alice
47. The Clash - London Calling
48. Pere Ubu - Non-Alignment Pact
49. Associates - No
50. TV On The Radio - Ambulance

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Postby & » 01 May 2006, 06:22

Beno wrote:4th Time Around – Bob Dylan
Norwegian Wood – Beatles


I've a live version on a boot somewhere where Dylan sings '4th time around' to the exact same melody of 'Norwegian Wood'. :D
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Postby beheaded » 01 May 2006, 08:11

The Creator Has A Masterplan - Pharoah Sanders
Be My Baby - The Ronettes
Needle In A Haystack - The Velvelettes
Every Little Bit Hurts - Brenda Holloway
Subterranean Homesick Blues - Bob Dylan
Mendocino - Sir Douglas Quintet
Norwegian Wood - The Beatles
Ventilator Blues - The Rolling Stones
Dedicated Follower Of Fashion - The Kinks
Eight Miles High - The Byrds

Venus In Furs - Velvet Underground
Perfect Day - Lou Reed
Va Va Va Voom - Brett Smiley
"Heroes" - David Bowie
Lust For Life - Iggy Pop
TV Eye - The Stooges
Starship - MC5
Vietnamese Baby - New York Dolls
Ghost Rider - Suicide
Space Is The Place - Sun Ra

Oscillations - Silver Apples
Paperhouse - Can
Halleluhwah - Can
Hallo Gallo - Neu!
Fur Immer - Neu!
Autobahn - Kraftwerk
Exotica - Throbbing Gristle
Nag Nag Nag - Cabaret Voltaire
Warm Leatherette - The Normal
Poptones - Public Image Ltd

Non-Alignment Pact - Pere Ubu
Damaged Goods - Gang Of Four
Pink Flag - Wire
Orgasm Addict - The Buzzcocks
Another Girl, Another Planet - The Only Ones
One Chord Wonders - The Adverts
Teenage Kicks - The Undertones
Blitzkrieg Bop - The Ramones
Sonic Reducer - Dead Boys
You Can't Put You Arms Around A Memory - Johnny Thunders

She Pays The Rent - Lyres
Texas Never Whispers - Pavement
Freak Scene - Dinosaur Jr
Teenage Riot - Sonic Youth
SuperElectric - Stereolab
Revolution - Spacemen 3
I Am The Resurrection - The Stone Roses
Sproston Green - The Charlatans
There Is A Light That Never Goes Out - The Smiths
1972 - Josh Rouse

Bonus 10:
Shadowplay - Joy Division
Marquee Moon - Television
Fairytale Of New York - The Pogues & Kirsty MacColl
Immune - Low
Tugboat - Galaxie 500
In The Light Of Time - Flying Saucer Attack
To Here Knows When - My Bloody Valentine
Trainspotting - Primal Scream
Dark & Long - Underworld
The Private Psychedelic Reel - The Chemical Brothers
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Postby Bungo the Mungo » 01 May 2006, 08:15

beheaded wrote:The Creator Has A Masterplan - Pharoah Sanders
Be My Baby - The Ronettes
Needle In A Haystack - The Velvelettes
Every Little Bit Hurts - Brenda Holloway
Subterranean Homesick Blues - Bob Dylan
Mendocino - Sir Douglas Quintet
Norwegian Wood - The Beatles
Ventilator Blues - The Rolling Stones
Dedicated Follower Of Fashion - The Kinks
Eight Miles High - The Byrds

Venus In Furs - Velvet Underground
Perfect Day - Lou Reed
Va Va Va Voom - Brett Smiley
"Heroes" - David Bowie
Lust For Life - Iggy Pop
TV Eye - The Stooges
Starship - MC5
Vietnamese Baby - New York Dolls
Ghost Rider - Suicide
Space Is The Place - Sun Ra

Oscillations - Silver Apples
Paperhouse - Can
Halleluhwah - Can
Hallo Gallo - Neu!
Fur Immer - Neu!
Autobahn - Kraftwerk
Exotica - Throbbing Gristle
Nag Nag Nag - Cabaret Voltaire
Warm Leatherette - The Normal
Poptones - Public Image Ltd

Non-Alignment Pact - Pere Ubu
Damaged Goods - Gang Of Four
Pink Flag - Wire
Orgasm Addict - The Buzzcocks
Another Girl, Another Planet - The Only Ones
One Chord Wonders - The Adverts
Teenage Kicks - The Undertones
Blitzkrieg Bop - The Ramones
Sonic Reducer - Dead Boys
You Can't Put You Arms Around A Memory - Johnny Thunders

She Pays The Rent - Lyres
Texas Never Whispers - Pavement
Freak Scene - Dinosaur Jr
Teenage Riot - Sonic Youth
SuperElectric - Stereolab
Revolution - Spacemen 3
I Am The Resurrection - The Stone Roses
Sproston Green - The Charlatans
There Is A Light That Never Goes Out - The Smiths
1972 - Josh Rouse

Bonus 10:
Shadowplay - Joy Division
Marquee Moon - Television
Fairytale Of New York - The Pogues & Kirsty MacColl
Immune - Low
Tugboat - Galaxie 500
In The Light Of Time - Flying Saucer Attack
To Here Knows When - My Bloody Valentine
Trainspotting - Primal Scream
Dark & Long - Underworld
The Private Psychedelic Reel - The Chemical Brothers


Fantastic list! (apart from Low...might have to re-investigate)

...and if you were really the person in your avatar, too, I'd be down on one knee....

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Postby Wolfman Raph » 01 May 2006, 11:04

Ten additional songs:

Always Crashing In The Same Car - David Bowie
Born To Be With You - Dave Edmunds
Combination Of The Two - Big Brother & The Holding Company
Fairies Wear Boots - Black Sabbath
Fever - Elvis Presley
It Might As Well Rain Until September - Carole King
Lust For Life - Iggy Pop
Time - Ilene Barnes
Universal Soldier - Buffy Sainte-Marie
Wild Is The Wind - Nina Simone
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Postby the masked man » 01 May 2006, 21:41

Ten more from me:

This Mortal Coil - Song To The Siren
The Orb - Blue Room
Four Tops - Standing In The Shadows Of Love
Jesus And Mary Chain - Sidewalking
Kenny Rogers - Just Dropped In To See What Condition My Condition Was In
Mazzy Star - Fade Into You
Byrds - Eight Miles High
Ruts - Babylon's Burning
Berntholer feat. Drita Kotaji - My Suitor
Elvis Costello - I Want You

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Re: Top 50 Songs!

Postby Jude » 02 May 2006, 00:00

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Postby Jeff K » 02 May 2006, 00:06

Might as well add an extra ten like everyone else...

Frenchette - David Johansen
Transmission - Joy Division
The Presense - Crispy Ambulance
Moody - ESG
Always Something There to Remind Me - Sandie Shaw
Caroline Says II - Lou Reed
Like Trash - The Flaming Stars
I'm Sick of You - Iggy and the Stooges
I Believe - The Buzzcocks
Put a Little Love in Your Heart - Jackie DeShannon
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Postby The Marquess » 02 May 2006, 00:08

Damn! too late by 7 mins for these extra 10

Man with the Child In his Eyes - Kate Bush
Geno - Dexys
Something For The Girl with Everything - Sparks
Walk On By - Dionne Warwick
Wichita Lineman - Glen Campbell
Heard It Through The Grapevine - The Slits
It Must Be Love - Madness
Brick House - The Commodores
You Don't Love Me (No, No, No) - Dawn Penn
Resurrection Shuffle - Ashton, Gardner and Dyke
I HATE Waterloo Sunset

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Postby Bungo the Mungo » 02 May 2006, 02:09

HO!

Please can you lock the thread, moderator? thanks.

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Postby B » 02 May 2006, 02:53

One more!!!

It's still May 1 here!

Visions of Johanna - Bob Dylan
I'm Only Sleeping - The Beatles
I Put a Spell on You - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
Octopus - Syd Barrett
Devil Got My Woman - Skip James
1970 - The Stooges
Straight to Hell - The Clash
Third Man Theme - Anton Karas
Marquee Moon - Television
I Just Wasn't Made for These Times - The Beach Boys

Waterloo Sunset - The Kinks
Walking the Cow - Daniel Johnston
Life During Wartime - Talking Heads
Lost in the Paradise - Caetano Veloso
Some of Them Are Old - Brian Eno
Quicksand - David Bowie
Divino, Maravilhoso - Gal Costa
Oh Comely - Neutral Milk Hotel
Ruin My Day - Jon Brion
After the Gold Rush - Neil Young

Roadrunner - The Modern Lovers
Filthy Rich - The Outsiders
Range Life - Pavement
The Party - Phil Ochs
Lady Godiva's Operation - The Velvet Underground
Guilty - Randy Newman
Random Rules - Silver Jews
In a Station - The Band
Bring it on Home to Me - Sam Cooke
Imagine the Swan - The Zombies

Psychotic Reaction - The Count Five
Hot Burrito #1 - The Flying Burrito Bros
You're Gonna Miss Me - 13th Floor Elevators
Love Comes in Spurts - Richard Hell & the Voidoids
Come on in My Kitchen - Robert Johnson
Mystery Train - Elvis Presley
Shore Leave - Tom Waits
Some Velvet Morning - Lee Hazlewood & Nancy Sinatra
Going to Georgia - The Mountain Goats
Sweet Virginia - The Rolling Stones

Add it Up - The Violent Femmes
I Think I'm in Love - Spiritualized
Broke Down Engine - Blind Willie McTell
Miles Runs the Voodoo Down - Miles Davis
Orinda Moraga - John Fahey
Philosophy of the World - The Shaggs
Very Special - Duke Ellington
I'm the Urban Spaceman - The Bonzo Dog Band
Penetration in the Centerfold - Devo
Remember - Harry Nilsson

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Postby Piggly Wiggly » 02 May 2006, 08:37

1. "I Can See For Miles" - The Who
2. "See Emily Play" - The Pink Floyd
3. "California Girls" - The Beach Boys
4. "Ever Fallen In Love" - Buzzcocks
5. "And I Love Her" - The Beatles
6. "We Are The Champions" - Queen
7. "Help Me" - Joni Mitchell
8. "Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want" - The Smiths
9. "Sunny Afternoon" - The Kinks
10. "I Only Have Eyes For You" - Flamingoes
11. "Space Oddity" - David Bowie
12. "Cosmic Dancer" - T. Rex
13. "She's Not There" - Zombies
14. "Walk Away Renee" - The Left Banke
15. "Don't Fear The Reaper" - Blue Oyster Cult
16. "Make It With You" - Bread
17. "I Know You Love Me" - Smoking Popes
18. "More Than A Feeling" - Boston
19. "What's Going On" - Marvin Gaye
20. "Take A Chance On Me" - Abba
21. "The Killing Moon" - Echo And The Bunnymen
22. "Maggie May" - Rod Stewart
23. "Hello, It's Me" - Todd Rundgren
24. "I Love Her" - Kevin Tihista's Red Terror
25. "I'm Not In Love" - 10CC
26. "Someone Saved My Life Tonight" - Elton John
27. "Days" - The Kinks
28. "Sea Song" - Robert Wyatt
29. "Borderline" - Madonna
30. "Catch The Wind" (1968 version) - Donovan
31. "Nothing But A Heartache" - The Flirtations
32. "All I Have To Do Is Dream" - The Everly Brothers
33. "That's The Way" - Led Zeppelin
34. "I Can't Explain" - The Who
35. "In The Back Of My Mind" - The Beach Boys
36. "Jam On It" - Newcleus
37. "Don't You Ever Learn" - Todd Rundgren
38. "I Love You" - Climax Blues Band
39. "Baby" - Os Mutantes
40. "Stars Of Track And Field" - Belle And Sebastian
41. "Waltz #1" - Elliot Smith
42. "Echoes" - Pink Floyd
43. "Heart Of The Sunrise" - Yes
44. "I'm Still In Love With You" - Al Green
45. "Ooh Child" - The 5 Stairsteps
46. "School's Out" - Alice Cooper
47. "Surrender" - Cheap Trick
48. "I Feel Fine" - The Beatles
49. "Hollaback Girl" - Gwen Stefani
50. "In Between the Heartaches" - Dionne Warwick

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Postby The Prof » 02 May 2006, 18:50

John Coan wrote:HO!

Please can you lock the thread, moderator? thanks.


Right - done. Now what?