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Initial post: 21 Apr 2011, 00:47:02 BST
I love music that stirs the heart and spirit and my vinyl and CD collection ranges across the spectrum from high classical such as Wagner to Gregorian Chant on quiet evenings to good rockin' country artists such as the late great Waylon Jennings and Carl Perkins. It seems so many of the performers I loved to hear, such as Elvis, Waylon and Roy Orbison have now gone to the Great Choir in The Sky.

Anyway, to start the ball rolling:

Neil Diamond - Dry Your Eyes: Billy Joel - Until The Night: Elvis - If I Can Dream: Roy Orbison - Only The Lonely; Waylon Jennings - Lonesome, On'ry n' Mean; Eddie Cochran - Three Steps To Heaven. Let's hear from others on the music they love.

Posted on 11 Feb 2014, 20:45:42 GMT
To name but a few

Guns n roses:
Sweet child o mine
Civil war
Mr brownstone

Def leppard:
Pour some sugar on me

Purple haze
Crosstown traffic

The stone roses:
Fool's gold(cant remember proper title, off the top of me head)
I wanna be adored

The cult:
She sells sanctuary

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Feb 2014, 18:58:28 GMT
Mark Dickens says:
Agree on the Big O with "Only the Lonely". I' m a big fan of one-offs, so right up there are:

Badfinger: Day After Day, and No Matter What
Strawbs: Lay Down
Karl Keaton: Love's Burn

And one from Kenny Rogers and Sheena Easton, of which Dolly Parton was rather small-mindedly jealous .. "Why don't you stay?" Why not give the wee lassie from Bellshill her 15 minutes, without p!ssing on her fireworks?

Posted on 26 Feb 2014, 19:24:47 GMT
Sunshine says:
Give me love - the Billy Preston version

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Feb 2014, 20:08:32 GMT
Lay Lady Lay - Bob Dylan song but done by the Everly Brothers. Phil died just recently, aged 74.

Posted on 21 Jun 2014, 19:45:02 BST
Cheddarwasp says:
Soul In Chains - The Sensational Alex Harvey Band

In reply to an earlier post on 21 Jun 2014, 22:42:59 BST
"rock n' roll is king" - elo. a great track to tap your toes

Posted on 28 Jun 2014, 15:52:34 BST
Cheddarwasp says:
Sparky's Dream- Teenage Fan Club.

Posted on 28 Jun 2014, 22:44:21 BST
A truly great rockin' song that never fails to uplift me - "I Fought The Law and The Law Won" - Bobby FULLER Four. I especially love the guitar work in the song.

Then there's the full length version of "Crimson and Clover" - Tommy JAMES and the Shondells. Again, brilliant guitar work.

Posted on 29 Jun 2014, 00:50:03 BST
Why My Guitar Gently Weeps,by the Beatles

Posted on 29 Jun 2014, 13:04:51 BST
Cheddarwasp says:
Mother Of Earth- The Gun Club
Elliott Smith- Miss Misery
Deep Purple- Lazy (Intro especially)
Need Your Love So Bad- Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac (Cheddarwasp's favourite love song)
As Long As I Can See The Light- Creedence Clearwater Revival
Frankenstein- New York Dolls
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