My current work in progress:

Margaret Tudor, by Alice Starmore, knit from Frangipani Guernsey 5-ply in the Olive colorway, using 2.75mm needles.

Two Tickets to Paradise

These are my two tickets to paradise.

A total of $50 in iTunes gift cards. Woo! I got these gift cards with reward points from my credit card. Now comes the hard part: selecting songs to buy.

I open up the iTunes store fired up with good intentions but when the store is open in front of me, I can’t think of what I want to buy. Any of you have that problem? Want to help me out?

I want to buy classic rock from the 1960s through 1990s. Leave a comment to this post suggesting a classic rock song from that time period, and I’ll enter you in a drawing for a WendyKnits sock kit — pattern of your choice plus the yarn to knit it. One comment per person, please, but feel free to suggest multiple songs in your comment. I’ll draw a name on Thursday and announce the winner in Thursday’s blog post, so have your entries in by midnight this Wednesday (July 23).

Thanks!

And hopefully some of you will suggest songs I don’t already have. πŸ˜€

Here we have a Smoke and Mirrors sock.

Knit from Cherry Tree Hill Select Supersock in the Java colorway, on 2mm needles. There was a question in the comments — is this entrelac? Nope, it’s just yarn-overs and decreases. Actually pretty darn easy to knit! There is a second sock, but can I find it right now? No.

About Lucy and the Mouse

In the video I posted yesterday it looked as though Lucy was eating the tail of her catnip mouse. She didn’t actually eat it, and we were watching her the whole time. She is usually not interested in yarn at all, and never tries to eat it. I was a little surprised that she showed such interest in her catnip mouse’s tail, but itwas no doubt the catnip fumes that befuddled her.

She looks a bit more composed here!

Comments

  1. Outdoor Miner by Wire
    Academy Fight Song by Mission of Burma
    Carnation by the Jam

  2. Feel Like Makin’ Love – Bad Company

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  3. Goodness, so many suggestions! I’ve no hope of being original so I’ll suggest some English/British tracks that I loved in the 70s and 80s:
    Any track from My Aim is True by Elvis Costello
    Girls Talk by Dave Edmunds
    Breaking Glass by Nick Lowe
    Is She Really Going Out with Him? and It’s Different for Girls by Joe Jackson
    Back of my Hand by The Jags
    Eton Rifles and Going Underground by The Jam
    Love Will Tear Us Apart by Joy Division
    Waterfall by the Stone Roses
    Wake Up Boo by the Boo Radleys

  4. “Alice’s Restaurant” – long version
    “Tainted Love”

    Heidis last blog post..Better Yarns and Yards

  5. Sandy in South Dakotal says:

    Proud to be an America…..Lee Greenwood

  6. How about the Jackson 5, Journey, Steve Winwood’s Higher Love, the Beatles, Carly Simon?

  7. Forever Young – Rod Stewart
    Heaven is a place on Earth – Belinda Carlisle
    Nothing’s Gonna Stop us now – Starship

    Jens last blog post..The prodigal socks

  8. Ohhh!!! I love itunes!

    Skid Row (any)
    Rock and Roll All Night by Kiss
    One in a Million by Trixster
    AC/DC (lots of it!)

  9. Foreigner or Pat Benatar

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  10. Boy, am I late to this party! πŸ™‚ I suggest “No Rain” by Blind Melon, and “Sir Duke” by Stevie Wonder, and “Nobody Told Me” by John Lennon.

    Love the Smoke & Mirrors sock!

    juless last blog post..My knitting.

  11. Can You See the Real Me? — The Who
    Dream Police — Cheap Trick
    Bombs Away — The Police
    Black Dog — Led Zepplin
    Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard — Paul Simon
    Run Like Hell — Pink Floyd
    Life During Wartime — Talking Heads
    Back in Black — AC-DC
    Love Shack — B52s
    Suffragette City — David Bowie
    Rock the Casbah — The Clash
    All Star — Smashmouth

  12. My faves would include (in form of band name – song):

    Rush – Tom Sawyer
    Dream Theater – Wait for Sleep
    Queen – Somebody to Love
    Billy Joel – Goodnight Saigon (from the Russia concert)
    AC/DC – Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap
    XTC – Mayor of Simpleton (and pretty much anything off of the albums “Oranges and Lemons” and “Skylarking”)
    Police (I think) – Roxanne (especially if you can get the version a la Moulin Rouge)
    Bangles – Manic Monday, Walk Like an Egyptian, and Eternal Flame
    Savatage – Chance and anything off of “Dead Winter Dead”

    I could probably suggest more, but my music tastes are all over the map and are starting to land in metal land.

    Seanna Leas last blog post..too hot to bake

  13. Queen – any and all. I have their Greatest Hits I & II and no one can sing like Freddie Mercury.

    add in Elton John’s Friends album and you have yourself quite a party!

  14. Greg Allman — I’m No Angel
    Crosby, Stills and Nash — Guinnevere

    Hurray for classic rock.

  15. Linda Johnson says:

    Queen – We are the Champions

  16. Laura Sue says:

    Well, I finally saw Cream–how about “White Room” or, their best song ever, “Badge”. I can’t read all the posts, but I haven’t seen any Traffic! There IS not classic rock without Stevie Winwood!!! How about “Low Spark of High Heeled Boys”, or “Mr Fantasy.” Following that lineage backward, The Spencer Davis Group (“I’m a Man,” “Gimme Some Lovin”) or forward to Blind Faith–anything from that fantastic classic album. “Can’t Find My Way Home” is my personal fave, but “Presence of the Lord” is great, too.

  17. All things U-2… Love thosh Irish boys!

    Wow 415 comments.. I guess requests for song suggestions really gets everyone fired up!!!

  18. Heart – These Dreams, What About Love
    Oingo Boingo – Dead Man’s Party
    Peter Gabriel – Sledgehammer, In Your Eyes
    Jefferson Airplane – White Rabbit
    Jim Croce – (Lots of good stuff)
    Chicago – (Again lots of good stuff)
    Blondie – Heart of Glass, Call Me, The Tide is High

  19. Allman Brothers…Ramblin’ Man
    George Harrison Got My Mind Set on YOu
    B52s Love Shack

    So many good songs!
    Beth

    Beth Frenchs last blog post..My style of beauty

  20. “I’m the Only One” Melissa Etheridge. I’m listening to it now and it rocks.

  21. Desiree says:

    Dreamweaver – Gary Wright
    Earth Wind & Fire
    Pink Floyd
    Johnny Cash
    Janis Joplin
    Why do Fools Fall in Love – Frankie Lymon
    Do You Wanna Dance – Bobbie Freemon
    Buddy Holly

  22. Mine definitely stray far and wide.
    XTC-Dear God
    Weezer-The Sweater Song
    They Might Be Giants-Istanbul(Not Constantinople)
    Prince-almost anything
    Otis Redding-Try a little tenderness, Respect
    Oingo Boingo- almost anything
    Huey Lewis and the News-Hip to be Square
    Grand Funk Railroad- We’re an American Band
    George Harrison-(I Got my Mind) Set on You
    Cheap Trick-Surrender
    Buddy Holly and The Crickets- Peggy Sue
    The Band- The Night they drove old Dixie Down

  23. Small Town by Mellencamp – oh, sure, everyone suggests Jack and Diane, and that’s an awesome song and a great choice, but I just love Small Town.

    Captain Morgan by Billy Joel – also not one that I usually hear people suggesting but it’s another of my favorites πŸ™‚ Of course, my partner would suggest that if it’s Billy Joel you’re after, you should get Scenes from an Italian Restaurant, and that’s also an excellent choice!

    And for my last suggestions, I’ll just put the group first and then list the songs. I realize that I’m offering up way more than the asked for one, but, um, I’m an over achiever.

    Yes
    – Owner of a Lonely Heart
    – Roundabout
    – I’ve Seen All Good People
    – Starship Trooper

    Pink Floyd
    – Time
    – Sheep

    King Crimson
    – In The Court of the Crimson King
    – Heartbeat

  24. The Who: Baba O’Reilly, Won’t get fooled again, Behind blue eyes…

    melanies last blog post..happy dance

  25. Have You Ever Seen The Rain? by CCR

    or two of my fave Eagles songs (both lesser known):

    Wasted Time
    Seven Bridges Road

    Love the socks!

  26. AC/DC — Back in Black!! must have….

    anything Queen, Styx, Eagles, Foreigner… your gift cards won’t last long!!

  27. Melissa Sprott says:

    culled from my Nano…

    Tempted – Squeeze
    Boogie in Your Butt – Eddie Murphy (yes, iTunes has it!, though sadly, Eddie’s version of Party All the Time is missing)
    Our House – Madness
    Blister in the Sun – Violent Femmes
    What You Won’t Do for Love – Bobby Caldwell
    Get Down on It – Kool & the Gang
    Give Up the Funk – Parliament/Funkadelic?
    Life During Wartime – Talking Heads
    Mad Mad Me – Wendy Waldman
    Constant Craving – kd lang
    Rapper’s Delight – Sugarhill Gang (*long* song – a lotta bang for your $0.99)
    Stomp – Brothers Johnson
    Street Lights – Bonnie Raitt
    Roxanne – The Police
    Tom’s Diner – Suzanne Vega
    Would I Lie to You? – Eurythmics

    …and last, but not least…
    What’s Going On – Marvin Gaye

  28. you’ve lost that lovin felling (the Righteous brothers)
    a witer shade of pale (Procol Harum)
    dream weaver (?)
    long cool woman in a black dress (the hollies)
    brown eyed girl (Van Morrison)
    these are a few of my favorites .
    Hope that you enjoy .Shelda

  29. I’m sure I’m duplicating someone at this point, but I heard it on the radio last night. I have to sing along everytime.
    “Barracuda” – Heart

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  30. My genre definitions are none too good, so they may not all technically be rock & I don’t know when they all came out, since I know most of them from music games, but they’re all fun:

    Sweet Child O’ Mine by Guns & Roses
    Call Me by Blondie (it grows on you)
    When You Were Young by The Killers
    Only Happy When it Rains by Garbage
    I Wanna Be Sedated by The Ramones
    Killer Queen by Queen
    Carry on Wayward Son by Kansas

  31. Dancing in the Moonlight by King Harvest. Love that song.

  32. Rickie Lee Jones’ first album, Rickie Lee Jones, 1979.
    Lowell George, Thanks I’ll Eat it Here, 1979.
    Jackson Browne, Running on Empty, 1977.
    Joe Jackson, Look Sharp! 1977.
    Van Morrison, Moondance, 1970.
    Meatloaf, Bat Out of Hell, 1977.

    Susans last blog post..Reader’s Choices

  33. I’m on information overload with all the wonderful music suggested above. I’m going to have to print out these comments so I don’t forget these fabulous hits for my own downloading pleasure ! πŸ™‚

    Some other suggestions:

    Someone said Motown AND HOW!

    Anything by:

    Smokey Robinson and the Mircles
    Temptations
    Four Tops (“Sugar pie, honey bunch, you know that I love you, I can’t help myself….” – Whoa – a blast from the past!)
    Stevie Wonder (How’sabout “Fingertips” – Zowie ! What talent!)
    The Supremes
    Martha and the Vandellas (“Dancing in the Street”)

    luv.m.

  34. noallatin says:

    Chicago or Chicago Transit Authority (especially Chicago II, III, or IV)
    Crosby, Stills, & Nash – album with Suite: Judy Blue Eyes, Marrakesh Express, Guinevere, etc.
    Lighthouse- Vehicle
    Garry Glitter-Rock and Roll part II

  35. Dust in the Wind- Kansas
    Angel- Aerosmith
    Hotel California- Eagles
    Burning Love- Elvis
    REO SPEEDWAGON
    BOSTON
    DOOBIE BROTHERS
    POISION
    BON JOVI
    DEF LEPPARD
    NIRVANA
    I’m an 8Oies child!

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  36. I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU (written by Harry Warren & Al Dubin) is an old one I’ve always loved. Many artists have covered it. THEME FROM A SUMMER PLACE is a nostalgic instrumental if you like that sort of thing.

  37. Oh, the choices!

    Fortunate Son – CCR
    Somebody to Love – Queen
    And anything by the Beatles. Hard to go wrong there.

    Have fun!

    KathyMaries last blog post..We Said Yes.

  38. With all these great rock suggestions, I’ll forego adding my own and take the role of the rebel, instead:

    In addition to your music purchase, make sure to sign up for the season pass (just $4) for Joss Whedon’s awesome new disestablishmentarian hit: Dr. Horrible’s Sing-a-long Blog. Wickedly funny and very, very well-done! Whedon’s musical sensibilities are impressive, too. Episode 1 is on iTunes now. More to come. I can’t wait!

  39. Allison says:

    Don’t Stop Believing – Journey
    Welcome to the Jungle – Guns n Roses
    Layla – Eric Clapton
    Anything by The Who, Queen, The Rolling Stones, U2…I could go on and on, but others have listed my favorites!

  40. Jennifer says:

    The Rolling Stones “Brown Sugar”

  41. “Angie” by the Rolling Stones
    “Cocaine” by Eric Clapton
    “Lola” and “You Really Got Me” by The Kinks
    “Losing My Religion” by R.E.M.
    “Smoke on the Water” by Deep Purple
    “Don’t Fear the Reaper” by Blue Oyster Cult

    Have fun – hope you’re getting some good ideas!

  42. Anything by Yes and/or Jon Anderson. The VIP suggests Marillion and/or Fish.

  43. Joan Jett – “I Love Rock & Roll”
    REO Speedwagon – “In My Dreams” (little known but *great* song!)
    Prince – “Little Red Corvette”

    Lovely new iTunes cards πŸ™‚ (I’m pretty sure I work for the credit card company you used to earn and redeem those points ;))

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  44. How classic do you want the song? How about “Ride Captain Ride” by the Blues Image!!! (hopefully this is a random drawing?)

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  45. Steppenwolf
    Meatloaf
    Santana

    I love the lists everyone has come up with.

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  46. Best two songs in the world: Hocus Pocus by Focus, and Toronto Tontos by Max Webster. Ooh! And Fox On The Run by Sweet and Lonely Boy by Andrew Gold and Mississippi Queen by Mountain.

    And anything by April Wine. Especially Electric Jewels, Oowatanite, Could Have Been A Lady, Come Hear The Band, and The Whole World’s Going Crazy.

    Queen recommendations: The Millionaire Waltz and Good Company. And finally anything from King Crimson’s In the Court of the Crimson King.

    Phew! Went a little overboard there.

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  47. Here is my classic rock mix:

    1. Purple Haze by Jimi Hendrix
    2. Back in Black by AC/DC
    3. Forunate Son by Creedence Clearwater Revival
    4. Bad Reputation by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
    5. Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin
    6. Sweet Child O’ Mine by Guns n’ Roses
    7. Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd
    8. Beast of Burden by The Rolling Stones
    9. Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen
    10. Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd
    11. Every Little Thing She Does is Magic by The Police
    12. Anything on Paul Simon’s album Graceland
    13. Blinded by the Light by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band (although the original version by Bruce Springsteen is also good)

    A friend of mine also recently suggested a guy by the name of Gram Parsons. I have not personally heard his work yet, but she says it is country-rock and very good stuff.

    Thanks for your solicitation of my not-oft-requested opinion! πŸ™‚

    PS. “The go-cart Mozart was checking out the weather chart to see if it was safe outside/and Little Early Birdie came by in his curly-wurly, and asked me if I needed a ride…” Bonus points if you recognize the lyrics.

  48. Brandy by Looking Glass
    Mr. Tamborine Man by The Byrds
    No Sugar Tonight by The Guess Who
    Secret Agent Man by Johnny Rivers

  49. Mirror In The Bathroom by The English Beat is a must-have song.

  50. Liz R had some good ideas, but at the moment I’m listening to a lot of The Who – Don’t get fooled again or Who are you come to mind πŸ™‚

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  51. Grateful Dead – “Uncle John’s Band”
    David Bowie – “Fame”
    Jefferson Airplane – “Coming Back to Me” (one of the most pensive songs I’ve ever heard, and not at all like their rock songs)
    Sting – “Fields of Gold”

  52. Gimme Shelter – The Rolling Stones

  53. Probably some repeats here…but:
    Queen – especially “A kind of magic” – the ‘soundtrack’ to the original highlander
    Scandal
    Laura Brannigan– I can belt out “Gloria” with the best of them
    Nina Simone – for when you’re in a soulful mood

  54. How about Benny and the Jets?

  55. Yes – suddenly I can’t think of an artist or song to save my life!
    So many tunes to choose from! But here are a few GREAT ones:
    I’m Your Captain – Grand Funk Railroad
    Silver, Blue and Gold – Bad Company
    Because the Night – Patti Smith
    She’s Gone – Hall & Oates
    You’re No Good – Linda Rondstadt
    The Lamb Lies Down on Broadway – Genesis
    Do You Feel Like We Do – Peter Frampton

    Have fun choosing

  56. Anything by Queen or Three Dog Night. Hendrix or Joplin, too.

  57. “When you’re in love with a beautiful woman” by Dr. Hook

  58. Springsteen: any, but I like Born to Run best
    Earth Wind & Fire
    Boston! (kid2 is on a Boston kick)
    The Cars
    Israel Kamakawiwio’ole, Facing Future

    That’s it for my iPod picks! The rest is classical…

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  59. I adore Joni Mitchell- Blue,Ladies of the canyon,-who knows where the times goes by judy Collins- and of course Crosby ,Stills,Nash and Young-any and all- What my 17 yr old calls that “hippie” music!!

  60. Several CD’s that my ipod can’t be without–
    Queen’s Greatest Hits,
    Classic Queen (this one has Bohemian Rhapsody on it. How can that NOT make you smile!),
    The Hits by Prince (vol. 1 and 2)
    Out of Time by R.E.M. (has Losing My Religion and the Radio Song)
    John Mellancamp’s Greatest Hits

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  61. I don’t think I’m repeating…
    10th Avenue Freezeout – Bruce Springsteen
    Jungleland – Bruce Springsteen
    Stay – Jackson Browne
    Windy – The Association
    Without You – Harry Nilsson
    Bad Case of Loving You – Robert Palmer
    On Broadway – George Benson (not quite rock but I like this version)
    Handsome Johnny – Richie Havens (really not rock – a protest song)
    Here Comes the Sun – Richie Havens (I like this better than the Beatles)

    A few oldies:
    The Battle of New Orleans – Johnny Horton
    Earth Angel – The Penguins
    You Send Me – Sam Cooke

  62. Hi, I just had to de-lurk for this–I couldn’t resist! It’s gotten me to think about when I first became interested in music; I veered way off classic rock after that, but still have a sweet spot for the songs here. I can’t get through all the comments so these may be repeats:

    The Kinks: Destroyer

    Blue Oyster Cult: Burning for You

    Lou Reed: Walk on the Wild Side

    Steppenwolf: Magic Carpet Ride

    Eric Clapton: Layla (esp. the unplugged version)

    George Thorogood & the Destroyers: Who Do You Love and One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer

    Foreigner: Long, Long Way From Home, Juke Box Hero

    Eddie Money: Shakin’ and I Think I’m in Love

    Violent Femmes: Add It Up

    Oh, and I have a soft spot for anything Styx–the first album I ever bought was Cornerstone, and then Paradise Theater (sadly unavailable on iTunes).

    You know, I think I’m off to do some downloading myself!

  63. Pink Floyd: Shine on You Crazy Diamond
    REO Speedwagon: Roll with the Changes – or anything REO
    Traffic: Low Spark of High-Heel Boys
    Steve Winwood: Higher Love
    Jethro Tull: Aqualung

    Have a blast shopping – whatever you buy!

  64. Anne S. says:

    Here are some of my favorites
    Layla by Eric Clapton
    Dancing in the Dark by Springsteen
    Brothers in Arms & Telegraph Road by Dire Straits,
    anything by Jackson Browne (especially The Pretender & Lawyers in Love)
    Boys of Summer by Don Henley
    anything by Tom Petty
    Satisfaction & You Can’t Always Get What You Want by the Rolling Stones
    Before the Deluge by Neil Young
    Moon Dance & Brown-eyed Girl by Van Morrison
    American Woman by the Guess Who

  65. I like The Beatles, so it’ll have to be Hey Jude, Eleanor Rigby, Yellow Submarine, and Hello Goodbye

  66. Carly Simon You’re So Vain
    Joni Mitchell: Hissing of Summer lawns.
    OLD Linda Ronstadt: hasen down the wind
    kate Bush
    Group: Ivy Song “Worry about You” Stephen King used in on a tv series very nice,
    Harry Nilson: The Point
    The Beatles aren’t on itunes yet,(at least the last time I heard…due to squabbling about pricing)
    Andrew Gold?
    Dr. John?
    Debbie Harry with or without Blonde
    Sade
    Little Feat (only music hubby and I can have on the radio that we both like)
    heaven by Talking Heads
    Stop Making Sense Talking heads.
    okay, Sand in the Vaseline

    The kinks
    The Clash
    Bananrama
    Godley and Cream (hard to find but really good)
    How about the music Irish band (can’t remember the name of the band) but had a song called Jack’s song-from I think Patriot Games. The one with Harrison ford, the first one.
    How about music from movies
    Suzanne Vega does a lot of interesting things.

  67. Anything by the Eagles and in particular Wasted Time. Meatloaf Bat Out Of Hell.

  68. After the Gold Rush- Neal Young
    Does Anyone Really Know What Time it is – Chicago
    Up on Cripple Creek, Life is a Carnival – The Band
    Light My Fire – The Doors
    Proud Mary – Creedence Clearwater
    Box of Rain, Friend of the Devil – Any Greatful Dead
    Hummingbird – Seals and Croft
    Me and Bobby McGee – Janis Joplin
    Joy to the World – 3 Dog Night

  69. No time to read all the other entries …. so it may have already been suggested, but, no classic rock collection is complete without Born to Be Wild, by Steppenwolf.
    By the way, lead singer John Kay, is 60 something and still hot. Saw them last summer at the (Chesapeake) Bay Blues Festival.

  70. I’m going for Songs that make me happy…

    Van Morrison – Dancing in the Moonlight
    Maxine Nightengale – Right Back Where we started from
    ABBA – Anything, but keeping with the happy – Dancing Queen

    And for something more recent, Sattelite by Guster.

    I’m totally jealous. All that music.

    Gwens last blog post..back to work…

  71. I’d go with Eurythmics, Police, Lou Reed, “Twisted Sister”, “low rider”.
    Good lucK!

  72. According to Itunes these are my favorite songs from around the right time period, they might be a bit poppy but I like them.
    “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” by Elton John and Kiki Dee (I am also a big “Crocodile Rock” fan)
    “Flash” Queen
    “Till There Was You” The Beatles
    “Devil in Disguise” Elvis Prestley
    “Another One Bites the Dust” Queen
    “Black Betty” Ram Jam
    “Wipe Out” Beach Boys
    “Heroes” David Bowie
    “Heroes and Villians” Beach Boys
    More than enough, I should think.

    Erin in Minnesotas last blog post..Your Vote Matters!

  73. Little Feat – Oh Atlanta, Dixie Chicken, Willin’, Let It Roll
    38 Special – Caught Up In You, Hold On Loosely, Fantasy Girl, Rockin’ Into The Night
    Bob Seger – anything

  74. Two of my favorites are:
    Two Hangmen-Mason Proffitt, 1969
    Things Have Changed-Bob Dylan, from ‘The Wonder Years’

  75. Radiohead – High and Dry

  76. Beverly says:

    Please let me suggest anything from the Carpenters or Peter, Paul and Mary

  77. dawn in nl says:

    Dire Straits, OMD, Moody Blues, James Taylor

    I am sitting here listening to it all in my head now – great.

    Enjoy

  78. Leonard Cohen-Who by Fire

  79. I have to say the Beatles, Elton John, and Billy Joel are my favourites. I can also suggest Chicago, Genesis, Phil Collins, Tom Jones, Simon and Garfunkel.

    Rochelles last blog post..Another Year Over

  80. Nazareth – This Flight Tonight (written by Joni Mitchell; they did it even better)

    Nazareth – Hair of the Dog

    Nazareth – Expect No Mercy

  81. Okay here’s one I’ve been playing recently – Abracadabra – The Steve Miller Band. For some reason though it scares my 10 year old daughter – “the reach out and grab you” freaks her out : )

    Karens last blog post..Family First

  82. With 481 comments I am probably redundant but these are some of my faves from that time:

    Pride – U2
    Sunday Bloody Sunday – U2
    I still haven’t found what I”m looking for – U2
    Layla – Derek and the Dominos
    Dream On – Aerosmith
    Long Train Running – Doobie Brothers
    China Grove – Doobie Brothers
    Smoke on the Water – Deep Purple
    Silver Blue and Gold – Bachman Turner Overdrive I think
    some of those fun old Chicago hits like ‘Saturday in the Park’
    One Tin Soldier – damn I forget who did that one, they were sort of a one hit wonder
    Have fun!

    CarolineFs last blog post..Yikes!

  83. Lilac Rain's Mama says:

    You should try:
    Friend of the Devil or Ripple: The Grateful Dead
    Tangled Up in Blue, Just Like a Woman, Simple Twist of Fate, or Girl From North Country: Bob Dylan
    Both Sides Now or Carey: Joni Mitchell
    Rhiannon, Stop Dragging My Heart Around, or Has Anyone Ever Written Anything For You: Stevie Nicks
    Danny’s Song, House at Pooh Corner, or Forever: Kenny Loggins

    Have fun on your shopping spree!!

  84. I had a quick look through the above and will try not to duplicate. It’s not all ‘classic rock’ but I’m trying to choose what will be acceptable on our local classic rock station and fits the time frame.

    Hollies – The Air that I Breathe
    Barney Bentall – Do Ya
    Billy Idol – anything, but I don’t think stuff from Charmed Life has been mentioned eg. Endless Sleep or Love Unchained
    Blue Rodeo – Five Days in May, Are You Ready
    The Cars – Drive, Why Can’t I Have You
    Chilliwack – Fly At Night
    Collective Soul – Gel
    Def Leppard – anything, Slang, Work It Out — they also recently released Yeah was a great tribute album of their influences, well worth checking out.
    Heart – Dreamboat Annie album
    k.d. lang – Trail of Broken Hearts, Constant Craving
    Kim Mitchell – Go for a Soda
    Lighthouse – One Fine Morning
    Loverboy – Turn Me Loose
    Matchbox 20 – Unwell, Disease
    Matt Good – Hello Time Bomb, Apparitions
    Nickelback – How You Remind Me (I think is too recent, but worth it πŸ˜‰
    Odds – Someone Who’s Cool
    Peter & Gordon – World Without Love
    Payolas – Eyes of a Stranger
    Robert Plant – 29 Palms
    Semisonic – Closing Time
    Sloan – Underwhelmed
    The Watchmen – Stereo
    54-50 – Casual Viewin’, Baby Ran, Ocean Pearl

  85. “Message in a bottle” – The Police

  86. sharon t says:

    Here’s a few on my iPod that qualify:
    White Rabbit – Jefferson Spaceship/Airplane
    Of course anything listed above is perfect, including Fleetwood Mac, Rolling Stones, Eagles, Elton John, Beatles, Tom Jones, The Doors, Johnny Cash… the list goes on and on. Your dilema continues…

  87. sharon t says:

    sorry, can’t spell dilemma. oh well, it’s all about the music!

  88. Louise in Maryland says:

    Anything Grateful Dead (Trucking?), or something from Jethro Tull (Aqualung? Songs from the Wood?.)

  89. karen ann says:

    I tried reading everything that everyone else had written, but I had to stop or I’d never have gotten my own comments in on time. Here’s a few I’ve always liked: Spirit in the Sky, One (Is the Lonliest Number), A Rainy Night in Georgia, Have you ever seen the rain?, Spooky (Little Girl Like You), Johnny B. Goode, Bad Moon Rising, Thunder Road, Jersey Girl, Summer of ’69, American Pie, Hurts so Good, Truckin’, Evil Ways, On Broadway, Bridge of Sighs, I Can See Clearly Now, When a Man Loves a Woman, and almost anything by the Doors, Beatles, Janis, Jimi, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Pink Floyd, Beach Boys, Stones, Monkees, and…oh my gosh! I just don} know where to stop! Hope these suggestions help. Karen

  90. “Moon Dance” by Van Morrison. Just heard that one on the radio.

    Beckys last blog post..A new spinning project

  91. Wow. I confess I have not read all 490+ comments, but I feel I MUST add the following songs – just for old times sake – forgive me if they’ve been suggested:

    Barry Manilow: Copacabana & Ready to take a Chance (from “Foul Play”)

    Hey. What can I say? I like some of his music! πŸ˜‰

    Also….. mebbe a contest is in order. Mebbe we could guess how many songs are on your ipod(s). You have two, correct? And I’m pretty sure you have named them, correct? Whay say U ? luv.m.

  92. Judy Collins: Both Sides Now

  93. Oh fun! Well, I just cruised my iPod and in my opinion, anything from: The Allman Brothers, Joe Walsh, The Eagles, Little Feat, The Boss, Carole King, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Counting Crows, Judy Collins, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Dan Fogelberg, Dire Straits, Clapton!, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Doobie Bros, Paul Simon, R.E.M.,Rod Stewart, Rolling Stones, Santana, Skynyrd, Steely Dan, Steve Miller Band, Police & Sting, Journey, Styx, Foreigner, U2… I know everybody probably has their favorites from each band, so instead of listing SONGS I thought I’d just list the band and it might remind you of that certain song…

  94. Helena Handbasket says:

    “I can’t see me lovin’ nobody but you,
    for all my life.
    When you’re with me, baby, the skies’ll be blue,
    for all my life.”
    by Herman Hermits
    -and-
    “Owner of a Lonely Heart”
    by Yes

  95. Three Dog Night’s “Mama told Me Not to Come” (I’ve heard it at least 3 times in the last few days)
    James Brown’s “I Feel good”
    The Who”s “Teenage Wasteland” and “Behind Blue Eyes” [and more]
    Led Zeppelin’s “Whole Lotta Love” [and more]
    Journey’s “Lights”
    Elvis’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love” [and more]
    [I don’t know how you’re going to choose. There is soooo much great music out there.]

    LizEs last blog post..SUMMER OF SOCKS 2008 BEGINS

  96. Worth it…
    ABBA Gold Greatest Hits, Fleetwood Mac Rumours, Fleetwood Mac Greatest Hits, Madonna Immaculate Collection, James Taylor Greatest Hits, Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, The Best of Carly Simon…

    Emilys last blog post..More USA observations.

  97. I didn’t read through all the posts but just in case these were missed – Layla by Eric Clapton, Gimme Shelter and Bitch by the Rolling Stones, Born to Run and Cover Me by Bruce Springsteen, New York State of Mind and Allentown by Billy Joel, Think and You Make Me Feel Like a Natural Woman by Aretha Franklin.

  98. Carol King–Tapestry and Beautiful
    James Taylor–Fire and Rain

  99. Lindsey says:

    Pointer Sisters – Neutron Dance
    lol!

  100. -Rachel says:

    Anything by Cream, Legs by ZZ Tops, red red wine by UB40, Nut Bush City Limits by Tina Turner, Istanbul or anything else by They Might Be Giants, Walking on the Sun by Smashmouth, Joker by Steve Miller Band, Southside by Moby, Living Dead Girl by Rob Zombie, Iko Iko by The Belle Stars, Lola by Kinks, Iieee by Tori Amos, The beat goes on by Sonny and Cher, anything by Eurthymics, Mello Yello by Donovan…
    Ok I have more but I am starting to feel a little silly listing every single I have