Jazz felt free. James Brown, “I Got You (I Feel Good)”, 16. Robin Lamont was the lead singer, uncredited. 11:11 - Jordin Sparks. Desmond Dekker & The Aces, “Israelites”, 98. The arrangement of this song is flat out ridiculous with those incessant castanets and the string section that dips and dives through the song like an excited bird. The blues bled into hard rock. I'll Be Home For Christmas. She was his girl, he was her boyfriend She'd be his wife and make him her husband A surprise on the way, any day, any day One healthy and little giggling, dribbling baby boy The wise men came, three It Came Upon A Midnight Clear. However, bands with votes for multiple songs were limited to two tracks each. Co-written by the artist with his longtime collaborator Bill Dees, the tune remains iconic thanks to its perfect structure, the range of emotions it hits on (joy, sadness, lust, envy, and more) in just under three minutes, and that opening guitar hook that will remain part of the rock canon until this planet disintegrates. Turn!, _said. —Robert Ham, Ed Sullivan famously told Jim Morrison to refrain from singing the line, “Girl, we couldn’t get much higher,” before the Doors’ performance of “Light My Fire” on his show on live television in 1967. I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day. The ever-trippy “White Rabbit,” one of the album’s two major hits, helped a counterculture movement filled with an influx of traditional pop and hallucinatory vibrations. This U.S. city really rubs people the wrong way. Phil Ochs, the Texan-born singer, self-described social democrat, and revolutionary, epitomized this. In this song, Sinatra sings about looking back on his life and his work: “I’ve lived a life that’s full / I traveled each and every highway / And more, much more than this, I did it my way.” While he still had many years to go after he recorded this song in 1969, the majority of his career and most well-known albums were in the rearview at that point, especially since his big band style had given way to the British invasion and rock ‘n roll. The Animals, “House of the Rising Sun”, 26. As they move back for one last verse with Lennon, the transition is made with Lennon drifting off into a vocal daze, druggy and gorgeous, and it all leads to that long final chord, made from three pianos and a harmonium—the perfect, haunting end to the perfect song. Appropriately, their first single, “California Dreamin’,” is a paean to that state, and is still, for my money, the finest song they have recorded. I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day. —Hilary Saunders, Years before Sly Stone’s drug addiction and enigmatic persona fully materialized, he was changing the way people viewed soul and pop music from a musical, cultural and racial standpoint. When the Byrds got started, somebody (in Hit Parader, I think) said that their first album was very nice, but it all sounded the same. 2000s. It was a call to liberation. The song, which was dressed up with over-distorted guitars, finger-flying note runs and radio-filtered hooks, brought a new focus to rock music by leaning on jazz and classical influence over the English love of blues music. Furthermore, the track introduces the arrival of John Entwistle as the undisputed king of his instrument and perhaps the most memorable stutter in all of rock history. “Sunday Barbecue,” Tennessee Ernie Ford, 1958 “Never on Sunday,” Don Costa and His Orchestra and Chorus, 1960 “A Sunday Kind of Love,” Jan & Dean, 1962 “Sunday and Me,” Jay & The Americans, 1965 “Sunday for Tea,” Peter and Gordon, 1967 “Sunday Will Never Be the Same,” Spanky and Our Gang, 1967 “Pleasant Valley Sunday,” The Monkees, 1967 “Sunday Mornin’,” Spanky and Our Gang, 1968 “(Th… Songs With the Word 'Night' in the Title show list info Hot summer nights, lonely ole' nights, late last night - obviously the night time brings out the poet and lover in many people, as it's a popular topic for songs. Peter, Paul and Mary, “If I Had A Hammer”, 43. Big Brother and the Holding Company, “Piece of My Heart”, 29. As such, its attitude and subject matter aren’t the song’s most progressive aspect. —Max Blau, The Shangri-Las’ 1965 album Leader of the Pack never performed as well on the charts as the singles it spawned. —Hilary Saunders. Christmas and holiday songs are an indispensable part of pop music. Let these colorful songs be the soundtrack of your day. But it never comes to rest. 1 to the equally conjugal boundary setting “Don’t Come Home A’Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ On Your Mind),” it cemented her no-mess reputation with a song that’s been covered by Pistol Annies, Johnny Paycheck, Nanci Griffith/Eilen Jewell/Kelly Willis* and the Little Willies. Reggae originated in the Jamaica in this decade, combining elements of ska, R&B, and Caribbean percussion to give sound to the country’s diaspora and social issues. It Came Upon A Midnight Clear. Live Like You Were DyingTim McGraw Tim McGraw recorded "Live Like You Were Dying" just two weeks after his own father passed away. I Saw Three Ships. “A Change is Gonna Come” was released during the end of a tempestuous 1964. The electric guitar’s role in rock music would never be quite the same. They were also playing what was essentially punk rock in the small town of Tacoma, Wash. one year before bands like The Seeds and the 13th Floor Elevators had done anything, three years before the Brits gave us The Pretty Things or The Deviants, and almost five years before The Stooges and MC5 blew up Detroit. Written by then-Brill Building stars Gerry Goffin and Carole King, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” became the first Billboard No. Fogerty goes back and forth from point-of-views—from the millionaire’s son to the senator’s son to the folks born to wave the red, white and blue. — Bonnie Stiernberg, This 1964 single maybe have been the last time Roy Orbison reached the top of the charts in the U.S., but the impact it had on the pop music world was marked. 3 AM - Kate Nash. —Logan Lockner, Led Zeppelin wasn’t exactly treading new ground when Jimmy Page formed the group in 1968, bringing them together to release their self-titled debut a year later. Note that song titles beginning with symbols, numerals or parentheses are at the beginning of the A-B list. —Mark Lore, The Kinks’ 1964 breakthrough hit is widely (and rightly) considered an all-time great. The Jimi Hendrix Experience, “Fire”, 63. However, the version … * Songs with the same title are listed in order of year composed. The opening lick over the quick bass/snare drum combo is instantly recognizable. The Sonics, “Have Love Will Travel”, 68. 90s. The music itself is simple, as most of Fogerty’s tunes are. Other acts have since recorded “Wild Thing,” including Jimi Hendrix, The Runaways, X, Cheap Trick, Liz Phair, Sam Kinison and, of course, Animal from The Muppet Show. And Cooke, whose sweet, smooth voice flows as easily as the river he sings he was born by, embodies each of these former selves at once. It’s inspired countless “singing into a hairbrush” moments, in film and real life alike. —Hilary Saunders, Girl-group perfection, this song took The Marvelettes to the top of the charts right out of the gate. Pickett’s version, which appeared on his 1966 album The Wicket Pickett is the most recognized, even getting adapted again in the early ‘90s in the music film The Commitments. © 2020 Galvanized Media. That is, the Byrds’ music has that sort of dependable self-energizing kineticism. The poignant effect of the flute is a tribute both to the orchestration and to John Phillips, who arranged (and wrote) the song. “I turned 21 in prison doing life without parole / No one could steer me right, but mama tried—mama tried” may not have been strictly autobiographical—Haggard never served a life sentence, after all—but he did his share of hard time for offenses beginning in his teenage years. And supposedly that television appearance wasn’t planned. Written by future 10cc member Graham Gouldman, the song still works in the way that romantic movies still capture our attention. Mitch Mitchell’s drums go off like funky firecrackers. —Robert Ham, The Hollies, one of the more underrated groups to come from the British Invasion, finally broke through in America with this chirpy 1966 single that charmingly tells the tale of finding love while waiting for public transit. Van claimed he never saw a penny of royalties and the contract he naively signed rendered him liable for all expenses incurred during the recording process, which is probably a big reason why he doesn’t consider it one of his favorite songs from the catalog. And over which, Dylan’s strange lyrics seem triumphant, yet also full of warning, as his unglamorous voice brimming with attitude, holds onto syllables as if they were gleeful riders on a hurtling-downward roller-coaster. —Hilary Saunders, Although the album version of this significant song appeared on Nina Simone’s 1970 album Black Gold, the single was actually released in 1969, thus making it eligible for this list. The Shirelles, “Will You Love Me Tomorrow”, 69. On this page you'll find links to articles on all the songs recorded by The Beatles during their career, from 'Love Me Do' to 'Let It Be'. From Aretha Franklin to Carly Rae Jepsen, these artists recorded memorable TV themes. Back in 2008, Diamond told us the history of the song, written for John F. Kennedy’s daughter Caroline: “It was her birthday and her husband [Edwin Schlossberg] called up and said, “Neil, could you sing happy birthday to Caroline?” I agreed to do it so we set up a cross-country satellite thing in my little studio here in LA. —Max Blau, Our favorite moment comes around the three-minute mark, when Page concludes an extended trippy breakdown with peals of electric guitar that make the song’s signature riff seem boring by comparison. That Bowie makes it seem so seamless is a sign of his mastery. Welcome to the Beatles Bible song list. You will either start tearing up or looking out your nearest window to watch the world drift by. Nina Simone, “To Be Young, Gifted, and Black”, 40. —Marcus J. Moore, If you were to round up a team of the world’s finest scientists, mathematicians and pollsters to determine the most instantly recognizable guitar riff of all time and came back with anything other than the pure bliss of Keith Richards’ fuzzed-out “Satisfaction” intro, we’d tell you to throw out all your data and go back to the drawing board. There must be an actual time (or a day of the week) mentioned in the song! — Bonnie Stiernberg, The first of two appearances James Brown made on The Ed Sullivan Show included this song and “Papa’s Got A Brand New Back” (see below) back in 1966. “I Got You (I Feel Good)” is his highest-charting single, though, lead by Brown’s squeals, yelps, and shaking hips. —Robert Ham, While there remains some mystery surrounding Jerry Garcia of the Grateful Dead’s involvement with Jefferson Airplane’s folk-psychedelic classic Surrealistic Pillow, it’s certain that the album remains a premier example of the concise blends of the bohemian 1960s. — Zach Blumenfeld, This platinum-selling 1969 single was one of Neil Diamond’s biggest hits. But quite simply, “God Only Knows” is the group’s best song on its best album. The sultry song, released as a single that year, went on to become one of the Los Angeles band’s most recognizable and best-selling hits. Your favorite '80s television shows had some very catchy tunes. I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas. —Shane Ryan, Nearly 50 years after its release, “Respect” is still ubiquitous. Musically, the song mimics the narrator’s high, starting off slowly, then picking up speed and building to a frenzied crescendo (highlighted by John Cale’s viola screeches) before coming back down again in the end. 1 singles by the time this single was released in 1968, but the country star’s incarceration a decade earlier gives this rueful number a particular authenticity. Phil Ochs, “I Ain’t Marching Anymore”, 52. All Rights Reserved, 100. The Supremes, “Stop! Somehow, I suppose somebody from the press was there and it got picked up. — Bonnie Stiernberg, With the signature kick drum intro that has been emulated and imitated ad nauseum since, Phil Spector outdid himself when he wrote the girl-group classic “Be My Baby.” The only thing that could improve such a simplistically genius song is the impeccable vocal capacity of the remarkable Ronnie Spector and the Ronettes. — Bonnie Stiernberg, “Hello, darkness, my old friend / I’ve come to talk with you again.” Arrested Development jokes aside, this lyric from “The Sound of Silence” is one of the most iconic song openers in music. "Rockin' In The Free World" is a very pro-America title, but the song takes on politicians who are indifferent to the poor and disenfranchised. What did you do when you were 12? And while many artists opt for song titles that look good etched into a Grammy, others just want to have a good laugh. It took Gouldman to give that feeling a musical lift buoyed by little lyrical details (“Sometimes she’d shop / and she would show me what she bought”) and a shimmying rhythm. I'll Be Home For Christmas. Days Of The Week Sunday popular Tune Timeline red # = rock chart blue # = pop chart Now we are up to taking that. ‘Day Is Done’ by Peter Paul and Mary. Don't take umbrage with these helpful suggestions. It’s impossible. How could you not feel good with all those saxes and bass?—Hilary Saunders, Stephen Stills wrote his first major topical song since “Hard Rain” with this song, the first Buffalo Springfield single to make the charts. Home. This classic Otis Redding cover is not only one of the best Aretha tracks, but also one of the best songs of all time. The Velvet Underground, “Pale Blue Eyes”, 70. The Stooges, “I Wanna Be Your Dog”, 23. I Saw Three Ships. Smokey Robinson, “Tears of a Clown”, 58. I was already on the way to prison before I realized it, actually.” The marrying of sweet sentiments towards mama and the gruffness of life behind bars has lent the song a staying power in country music and popular culture at large, and the track has been covered by a multitude of acts, including The Grateful Dead, Reba McEntire and The Everly Brothers. Xmas. An apt follow-up No. —Kurt Suchman, “The Weight” remains The Band’s most well-known song to date, and who can complain with that? —Hilary Saunders, Bob Dylan’s second album, Freewheelin’ came out in 1963 right at the beginning of his career. 3AM by HONNE. Many songs with the word time in the title revolve around love in some way, but Sam Hunt ’s may be one of the smoothest croons of them all. When R&B legend, pianist, singer, and songwriter Ray Charles covered this old tune from the ‘30s, it leapt to the top of the charts in 1960. Creedance Clearwater Revival, “Fortunate Son”, 12. Written in honor of Simone’s friend Lorraine Hansberry, author of the play A Raisin in the Sun (which, consequently, takes its name from Langston Hughes’ poem “Harlem”), the song became an anthem of the Civil Rights Movement. It’s a blistering piece of proto-punk, one that set the stage for any outlandish, fuzzed-out guitar line that would follow in a garage, and Iggy Pop’s unforgettable wails—“Now I wanna be your dog!”—can’t be unheard. Desmond Child thought Gavin Rossdale was singing "Kiss The Rain" on the Bush song "Glycerine." The turbulent start of a new decade helped these 1970 songs stand the test of time. Little Stevie Wonder, “Fingertips Part 2”, 93. —Kyle McKenney, As the American public and mass media learned in the ‘60s, one of the best ways to protest unsavory governmental decisions was through song. The song starts with Lennon’s reflections on the news of the day, tinged with his usual dark outlook. The Rolling Stones, “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”, 33. 2000s. So it was with Eric Burdon of The Animals who heard this song first from a British folk singer and then brought it to his band who helped him turn it into a Hammond organ drenched hit that somehow felt both soothing and electrifying. Robinson remarked that it “sounded like a circus,” and the rest, as they say, is history. By itself, it’s no more than a melancholic mood piece, but then, after a sudden transition made from harsh glissandos, it changes into what sounds like a separate song—McCartney, churning out one of the light, gorgeous melodies he seemed to summon at will. So put on your little black dress, hop in a big yellow taxi or a little red Corvette, and look up at that blue sky. Songs with times of day in the title. The list is an admittedly subjective one. Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, “Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You”, 82. But the prominence of the form undermines our knowing anything about all that. Released in 1965, John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme—led by the strength and cohesion of its title track—was certainly celestial. Home. Bowie would later say that in 1984 Let's Dance was virtually a new kind of hybrid, using blues-rock guitar against a dance format. Midnight Train by Sam Smith. It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year. Try to listen to this song, even in our current cynical and overstretched times, and remain unmoved or unemotional. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart thanks to the bludgeoning guitar and singer Reg Presley’s vocals, which go from sounding almost distracted to unsettlingly focused when he veers into the famous chorus. "Time" by Pink Floyd. The 6/8 time signature and the renaissance feel of the instrumentation give the song the tone of a dirge but Cohen’s vocal performance – exploding into each refrain with a tangible sense of awe – is the essence of rock ’n roll. Though hailing from Hitsville U.S.A. in Detroit, the song has been covered by everyone from The Beatles to The Carpenters to The Saturdays. — Bonnie Stiernberg, This song is the consummate piece of early ‘60s pop. —Doug Heselgrave, I remember the exact moment I found the deeper meaning to “I Want To Hold Your Hand.” I sat in a London hotel room too fancy for two college freshmen to inhabit and babbled to my best friend about how electric the most common tactile gestures become when you fall in love. Tommy James and the Shondells, “Crimson and Clover”, 47. — Bonnie Stiernberg, The passion in frontman Levi Stubbs’ vocals is palpable, but in case you didn’t pick up on it, he drives it home with the line “You mean more to me than a woman was ever meant to be.” — Bonnie Stiernberg, If this song sounds suspiciously like a Motown rip-off, fear not. Leonard Cohen, “”So Long, Marianne”, 66. 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