Bob Grant And His Orchestra - Songs Of Our Times (Song Hits Of 1922) album FLAC
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Seventeen songs were recorded, and five of the album's chosen tracks were actually cut in single takes ("Baby Let Me Follow You Down", "In My Time of Dyin'", "Gospel Plow", "Highway 51 Blues", and "Freight Train Blues") while the master take of "Song to Woody" was recorded after one false start. The album's four outtakes were also cut in single takes. By the time sessions were held for his debut album, Dylan was absorbing an enormous amount of folk material from sitting and listening to contemporaries performing in New York's clubs and coffeehouses. Many of these individuals were also close friends who performed with Dylan, often inviting him to their apartments where they would introduce him to more folk songs. The final album sequence of Bob Dylan features only two original compositions; the other eleven tracks are folk standards and traditional songs.
Criteria: Songs listed are from Rock and Roll and related sub-genres. These songs are ranked based upon their intitial and lasting popularity, as well as their influence and impact on the evolution of Rock and Roll and its sub-genres. Last Updated: 2009-07-09. 1. Respect - Aretha Franklin 2. Louie Louie - Kingsmen 3. I Heard It Through The Grapevine - Marvin Gaye 4. (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - Rolling Stones 5. Like A Rolling Stone - Bob Dylan 6. Hey Jude - Beatles 7. Good Vibrations - Beach Boys 8. You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' - Righteous Brothers.
The song builds for six minutes, with Bowie setting his ragged, impassioned croon over a throbbing groove consisting of Eno's humming synths, Robert Fripp's guitar and producer Visconti banging on a metal ashtray that was lying around the studio. When RCA Records signed "hillbilly cat" Presley, they expected more songs like his rockabilly hits from Sun Records. Instead, for his first RCA single, Presley recorded this gloomy, downtempo number, co-written by Axton, his former publicist, and inspired by a Miami Herald report of a suicide note that consisted solely of the line "I walk a lonely street.
Queen’s Greatest Hits is the UK’s biggest selling album of all time – but which song is the greatest? . Queen's Greatest Hits compilation may just be one of the rock world's most perfect collection of songs. More than any other rock band, before or since, Queen were both a great albums band and a great singles band. They could do it all – heavy rock, pop, opera, disco, gospel – and they did it all brilliantly. And the way those early hits were presented on this album was inspired – the breadth of Queen’s scope perfectly illustrated by the way the epic grandeur of Bohemian Rhapsody leads into the disco sizzle of Another One Bites The Dust.
The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time" was the cover story of a special issue of Rolling Stone, issue number 963, published in December 2004, a year after the magazine published its list of "The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time".
Not only that, many songs written for films have stood on their own, with the popularity of some eclipsing the movies that inspired them. With the 86th Academy Awards approaching, here's a look back at the 50 biggest Hot 100 hits that arose from being featured on the silver screen. The soundtrack to this well-loved Kevin Bacon flick featured a number of hits, including Bonnie Tyler's "Holding Out for a Hero" and Deniece Williams' "Let's Hear It for the Boy," but the biggest was Kenny Loggins' title track. 27. "Separate Lives" - Phil Collins & Marilyn Martin Hot 100 Peak Position: 1, Peak Date: 11/30/1985.
His raspy voice makes the song even more beautiful. This song, and the album it is on, influenced multiple jazz, pop, and rock musicians. After you listen to this song you can't help but be more knowledgeable about music. As a trumpeter, there's no argument here. Rolling Stone magazine ranked the Flamingos' version on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. This version peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100.
|A1||A Kiss In The Dark - Wonderful One - Three O'clock In The Morning|
|A2||Lady Of The Evening - Crinoline Days - A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody|
|A3||Carolina In The Morning - 'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans - Lovin' Sam|
|A4||All Over Nothing At All - Some Sunny Day - Somebody Stole My Gal|
|B1||My Buddy - Blue - In The Little Red Schoolhouse|
|B2||Kitten on the Keys - Stumbling|
|B3||Rose Of The Rio Grande - Who Cares? - China Boy|
|B4||Chicago - Toot, Toot, Tootsie! - Mister Gallagher And Mr. Shean|
|VL 3634||Bob Grant And His Orchestra||Songs Of Our Times - Song Hits Of 1922 (LP, Album, Comp, Mono)||Vocalion||VL 3634||Canada||Unknown|