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10 at 10 is a simple concept. 10 great songs from one great year! And once in a while, Host Andy Chanley goes a little crazy and creates a different theme – with 10 songs with that in common (like “cowbell songs,” for example). Weekdays at 10 AM and 10 PM.

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It was the year Hank Aaron made baseball history, Igor invited us to Walk This Way in Young Frankenstein (and inspired Aerosmith) and we all got to enjoy a cozy campfire scene in Blazing Saddles! 1974 rocked!
CFox in for Andy Chanley

  1. Takin’ Care of Business – BTO
  2. Same Old Song and Dance – Aerosmith
  3. Already Gone – Eagles
  4. Rock Steady – Bad Company
  5. Mainline Florida – Eric Clapton
  6. Ain’t Too Proud to Beg – Rolling Stones
  7. The Bitch is Back – Elton John
  8. Dreamer – Supertramp
  9. Call Me the Breeze – Lyrnyrd Skynyrd
  10. Come Monday – Jimmy Buffett

It was the year Neil Armstrong went moonwalking, Wavy Gravy served up breakfast in bed for 400,000 and Monty Python’s Flying Circus launched-And now for something completely different -1969!
C Fox in for Andy Chanley.

  1. Midnight Special – CCR
  2. Come Together – Beatles
  3. Cinnamon Girl – Neil Young
  4. Gimme Shelter – Rolling Stones
  5. The Night They Drove Ol’ Dixie Down – The Band
  6. We’re Not Gonna Take It – The Who
  7. Lay Lady Lay – Bob Dylan
  8. Beginnings – Chicago
  9. Piece of My Heart (live at Woodstock) – Janis Joplin
  10. Thank You – Led Zeppelin

1988 is the year U2’s Bono becomes mayor of Palm Springs. Wait, that’s right, isn’t it? Yeah, pretty sure that’s right. And here are 10 great songs from 1988 that are just right:

  1. Stand – R.E.M.
  2. Devil Inside – INXS
  3. When Love Comes to Town – U2 (w/ B.B. King)
  4. Tall Cool One – Robert Plant
  5. This Note’s For You – Neil Young
  6. Simply Irresistible – Robert Palmer
  7. Finish What Ya Started – Van Halen
  8. Roll With It – Steve Winwood
  9. I Hate Myself for Loving You – Joan Jett
  10. Cult of Personality – Living Colour

1977 was the year Elvis left the building for the last time. But it’s the year a lot of great music entered our lives. Here are 10 great songs from 1977:

  1. Burnin’ Sky – Bad Company
  2. The Chain – Fleetwood Mac
  3. Only the Good Die Young – Billy Joel
  4. Running On Empty – Jackson Browne
  5. Lights Out – UFO
  6. Barracuda – Heart
  7. Just a Song Before I Go – Crosby Stills & Nash
  8. The Grand Illusion – Styx
  9. Peg – Steely Dan
  10. Godzilla – Blue Oyster Cult

1984 is the year Ghostbusters premiered in theaters. And here are 10 great songs from 1984 that will slime you, as well.

  1. Drive – Cars
  2. All She Wants to Do Is Dance – Don Henley
  3. I’ll Wait – Van Halen
  4. Cold Shot – Stevie Ray Vaughan
  5. Oh, Sherrie – Steve Perry
  6. Bad – U2
  7. Glory Days – Bruce Springsteen
  8. Show Me – Pretenders
  9. Runaway – Bon Jovi
  10. Can’t Fight This Feeling Anymore – REO Speedwagon

Today’s theme is all about packing a lunch, loading up the bunch, and heading out on the open road. It’s 10 songs for a trip-on-a-tankful on a “Day Trippin’” 10@10.

  1. Day Tripper – Beatles
  2. Rockin’ Down the Highway – Doobie Brothers
  3. Route 66 – Rolling Stones
  4. Pleasant Valley Sunday – Monkees
  5. 29 Palms – Robert Plant
  6. Ventura Highway – America
  7. Going Up the Country – Canned Heat
  8. Surfin’ USA – Beach Boys
  9. Going to the Country – Steve Miller Band
  10. Rosalita – Bruce Springsteen

1976 is the year The Omen came out in theaters. So Damien, this 10@10 is all for you.

  1. Smokin’ – Boston
  2. American Girl – Tom Petty
  3. Tonight’s the Night – Rod Stewart
  4. Livin’ Thing – Electric Light Orchestra
  5. Detroit Rock City – KISS
  6. Must’ve Got Lost – J. Geils Band
  7. New Kid in Town – Eagles
  8. Jailbreak – Thin Lizzy
  9. Night Moves – Bob Seger
  10. Devil Woman – Cliff Richard

The weekend is all a state of mind (though it helps to have a couple days off, too). Enjoy these 10 “weekend” themed songs for today’s 10@10.

  1. We Gotta Get Out of This Place – Animals
  2. Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting – Elton John
  3. Black Friday – Steely Dan
  4. Saturday Night – Bay City Rollers
  5. One More Saturday Night – Grateful Dead
  6. Working for the Weekend – Loverboy
  7. Peace Frog/Blue Sunday – Doors
  8. Saturday in the Park – Chicago
  9. Pleasant Valley Sunday – Monkees
  10. The Beat Goes On/Switchin’ to Glide – Kings

This month in 1970, Apollo 13 splashes down in the Pacific Ocean, where Tom Hanks is stranded on an island for years with nothing but a beach ball. Wait, that’s right, right? Anyway, these 10 songs from 1970 are sure right.

  1. Let It Be – Beatles
  2. Question – Moody Blues
  3. Funk #49 – James Gang
  4. Our House – CSN&Y
  5. That’s The Way – Led Zeppelin
  6. Oye Como Va – Santana
  7. Make Me Smile – Chicago
  8. After Midnight – Eric Clapton
  9. Up Around the Bend – CCR
  10. Come and Get It – Badfinger

1978 was the year Jon and Ponch put a kind face on the California Highway Patrol in CHiPs. Today, we put a kind face on the music of 1978 with The Sound’s 10@10.

  1. Who Are You – Who
  2. Follow You Follow Me – Genesis
  3. Feelin’ That Way/Anytime – Journey
  4. Heartless – Heart
  5. Baby Come Back – Player
  6. I Wanna Be Sedated – Ramones
  7. Ain’t Talkin About Love – Van Halen
  8. Life’s Been Good – Joe Walsh
  9. I Need to Know – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
  10. Respectable – Rolling Stones

1991 was the year of Jeffrey Dahmer, the Gulf War, and the Rodney King beating… And that’s why we needed great music so badly. Here are 10 great songs from 1991 on The Sound’s 10@10.

  1. Losing My Religion – REM
  2. Learning to Fly – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
  3. Under the Bridge – Red Hot Chili Peppers
  4. One – U2
  5. I’ve Just Seen A Face (unplugged) – Paul McCartney
  6. Life Is A Highway – Tom Cochrane
  7. I Can’t Dance – Genesis
  8. Right Now – Van Halen
  9. Mama, I’m Coming Home – Ozzy Osbourne
  10. Little Wing – Stevie Ray Vaughan

Elton John rocked Dodgers Stadium back in 1975. And he rocks today’s 10@10 from that year, too.

  1. Young Americans – David Bowie
  2. Good Lovin’ Gone Bad – Bad Company
  3. Big Ten Inch Record – Aerosmith
  4. Evil Woman – ELO
  5. Trampled Underfoot – Led Zeppelin
  6. Rhiannon – Fleetwood Mac
  7. Bad Sneakers – Steely Dan
  8. Listen to What the Man Said – Paul McCartney & Wings
  9. Saturday Night Special – Lynyrd Skynyrd
  10. Philadelphia Freedom – Elton John

1972 is the longest year ever, being a leap year with two leap seconds added. Wow, so that’s how they fit in all this great classic rock!

  1. Reelin in the Years – Steely Dan
  2. Hold Your Head Up – Argent
  3. Tumbling Dice – Rolling Stones
  4. Superstition – Stevie Wonder
  5. Amie – Pure Prairie League
  6. Rocket Man – Elton John
  7. Long Distance Runaround – Yes
  8. Jesus Is Just Alright – Doobie Brothers
  9. School’s Out – Alice Cooper
  10. Doctor My Eyes – Jackson Browne

In 1979, did you know that it snowed in the Sahara Desert for a half hour? It’s true. And I’m going to make it rain fabulous rock songs from 1979 for 45 minutes on The Sound’s 10@10.

  1. Surrender – Cheap Trick
  2. Rock and Roll Fantasy – Bad Company
  3. Goodbye Stranger – Supertramp
  4. All My Love – Led Zeppelin
  5. Lonesome Loser – Little River Band
  6. Beautiful Girls – Van Halen
  7. My Sharona – The Knack
  8. Let’s Go – Cars
  9. Hey Hey My My (Into the Black) – Neil Young
  10. Bad Case of Loving You – Robert Palmer

What do you mean those aren’t the real lyrics? Well, they SHOULD have been. Andy Chanley here, and we’ll be sharing some of the greatest misheard lyrics today on The Sound’s 10 @ 10! What are your favorites?

  1. Purple Haze – Jimi Hendrix
  2. Blinded By the Light – Manfred Mann
  3. Lunatic Fringe – Red Rider
  4. Jet Airliner Bingo – Steve Miller Band
  5. Michelle Someday – Beatles
  6. Bad Moon Rising – CCR
  7. Beast of Burden – Rolling Stones
  8. Rock the Casbah – Clash
  9. Edge of Seventeen – Stevie Nicks
  10. Footloose – Kenny Loggins

This week in 1967, 10,000 people gather in Central Park for a political gathering known as a “Be-in.” I hope you’re be-in entertained by these 10 songs from 1967 on The Sound’s 10@10.

  1. Ruby Tuesday – Rolling Stones
  2. Somebody to Love – Jefferson Airplane
  3. Light My Fire – Doors
  4. Mr. Soul – Buffalo Springfield
  5. My Back Pages – The Byrds
  6. Foxy Lady – Jimi Hendrix
  7. Strawberry Fields Forever – The Beatles
  8. The Letter – Box Tops
  9. I Can See for Miles – Who
  10. Strange Brew – Cream

In 1971, Southwest Airlines takes to the air for the first time – and they’re still serving some of those same peanuts today. We’re taking to the air with 10 great songs from 1971 on The Sound’s 10@10.

  1. Brown Sugar – Rolling Stones
  2. Uncle Albert/Admiral Halsey – Paul McCartney
  3. Long Cool Woman – Hollies
  4. Black Dog – Led Zeppelin
  5. I Hear You Knocking – Dave Edmunds
  6. Changes – David Bowie
  7. Tiny Dancer – Elton John
  8. Love Her Madly – Doors
  9. Signs – Five Man Electrical Band
  10. Won’t Get Fooled Again – Who

In 1987, 18-month-old Jessica McClure was trapped in a well for over two days. I can’t believe Jessica turns 28 this month. And you won’t believe how good the music was in 1987.

  1. Midnight Blue – Lou Gramm
  2. Welcome to the Jungle – Guns N’ Roses
  3. Where the Streets Have No Name – U2
  4. I’m No Angel – Greg Allman
  5. Angel – Aerosmith
  6. Little Lies – Fleetwood Mac
  7. Beds Are Burning – Midnight Oil
  8. Touch of Grey – Grateful Dead
  9. The One I Love – REM
  10. La Bamba – Los Lobos

In which year would you guess the best-selling personal computer of all time is introduced? The model is the Commodore 64, and the year is 1982. Here are some of the songs you were listening to while you played a rousing game of Dragon’s Gate.

  1. Heat of the Moment – Asia
  2. Intruder/(Oh) Pretty Woman – Van Halen
  3. Everybody Wants You – Billy Squier
  4. White Wedding – Billy Idol
  5. Rosanna – Toto
  6. Rock the Casbah – Clash
  7. Gypsy – Fleetwood Mac
  8. Hurts So Good – John Mellencamp
  9. Dirty Laundry – Don Henley
  10. Southern Cross – CSN

This month in 1973, The Godfather wins the Best Picture Oscar at the 45th Academy Awards. And here’s an offer you can’t refuse: 10 great rock songs from that same year.

  1. Roll Over Beethoven – ELO
  2. The Real Me – The Who
  3. Kodachrome – Paul Simon
  4. Rosalita – Bruce Springsteen
  5. Tequila Sunrise – Eagles
  6. Stir It Up – Bob Marley & the Wailers
  7. Dancing Days – Led Zeppelin
  8. Jean Genie – David Bowie
  9. Rocky Mountain Way – Joe Walsh
  10. Tuesday’s Gone – Lynyrd Skynyrd

Cynthia O’ Fox in for Andy: We celebrate the Shamrock Shake delivered by those frisky leprechauns this morning with an Earth Shaking, Hip Shaking and Soul Shaking 10@10! Guess the Wee Ones want us to be as green as they are!

  • I Feel the Earth Move- Carole King
  • Whole Lotta Shakin- Jerry Lee Lewis
  • Shakin’- Eddie Money
  • You Shook Me- Led Zeppelin
  • Shakedown- Bob Seger
  • Shakedown Street- Grateful Dead
  • Shake it Up- The Cars
  • Shakin Shakin Shakes- Los Lobos
  • All Shook Up- Elvis Presley
  • You Shook Me All Night Long- AC/DC
  • Little known fact: The tambourine was invented by actor Jeffrey Tambor. Andy Chanley here, and here’s another fact: These 10 songs all have tambourine in them.

    1. You Really Got Me – Kinks
    2. Lust For Life – Iggy Pop
    3. Mr. Tambourine Man – Byrds
    4. Can’t Hurry Love – Phil Collins
    5. We Can Work It Out – Beatles
    6. End of the Line – Traveling Wilburys
    7. Last Train to Clarksville – Monkees
    8. Time Is On My Side – Rolling Stones
    9. Walk Like An Egyptian – Bangles
    10. Refugee – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers

    Do you believe in miracles? 1980 brought us the “Miracle On Ice” with the U.S. men’s hockey team’s win over Russia. And, it brought us some miraculously good music, too.

    1. Misunderstanding – Genesis
    2. Call Me – Blondie
    3. The Spirit of Radio – Rush
    4. De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da – Police
    5. Back On My Feet Again – The Babys
    6. Hit Me With Your Best Shot – Pat Benatar
    7. What I Like About You – Romantics
    8. Hungry Heart – Bruce Springsteen
    9. Take It On the Run – REO Speedwagon
    10. Boulevard – Jackson Browne

    The Sound’s Andy Chanley isn’t the only beautiful thing created in 1968 – here are 10 great songs that were born that year, as well.

    1. Ride My See-Saw – Moody Blues
    2. Hush – Deep Purple
    3. Sugar Mountain – Neil Young
    4. Going Up the Country – Canned Heat
    5. I Put a Spell On You – CCR
    6. Mony Mony – Tommy James & the Shondells
    7. Glass Onion – Beatles
    8. Love Street – Doors
    9. Sittin’ On the Dock of the Bay – Otis Redding
    10. Stone Free – Jimi Hendrix

    Although we wouldn’t be tortured with it until the 1980s, the Rubik’s Cube was actually invented in 1974. The music from that year was a little easier to figure out.

    1. Ain’t Too Proud to Beg – Rolling Stones
    2. Rikki Don’t Lose That Number – Steely Dan
    3. Another Park, Another Sunday – Doobie Brothers
    4. Can’t Get Enough – Bad Company
    5. Lonely People – America
    6. Killer Queen – Queen
    7. Pick Up the Pieces – Average White Band
    8. Train Kept A Rollin’ – Aerosmith
    9. Bloody Well Right – Supertramp
    10. Can’t Get It Out of My Head – ELO

    1981 is the year the Rolling Stones launch the Tattoo You tour with Jōvan Musk as the sponsor. Here are 10 great whiffs of the other rock and roll from 1981.

    1. In the Air Tonight – Phil Collins
    2. The Waiting – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
    3. Limelight – Rush
    4. Too Much Time On My Hands – Styx
    5. Pearl Necklace – ZZ Top
    6. Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey
    7. Just Between You and Me – April Wine
    8. Burnin’ For You – Blue Oyster Cult
    9. My Kinda Lover – Billy Squier
    10. The Voice – Moody Blues

    1976 is the year our nation celebrated its bicentennial, so we’re celebrating with 200 songs from that year! Er, wait, no. Just 10… on The Sound’s 10@10.

    1. Take the Money & Run – Steve Miller
    2. Livin’ Thing – ELO
    3. Jailbreak – Thin Lizzy
    4. Foreplay/Long Time – Boston
    5. Run with the Pack – Bad Company
    6. Silly Love Songs – Paul McCartney
    7. Tie Your Mother Down – Queen
    8. Magic Man – Heart
    9. Carry On Wayward Son – Kansas
    10. Sunspot Baby – Bob Seger

    Some people think MCMLXX is an Irish guy who likes to type in all caps, but you and I know it’s a great year for music. Here are 10 great songs from 1970.

    1. Immigrant Song – Led Zeppelin
    2. Take Me To the Pilot – Elton John
    3. Make Me Smile – Chicago
    4. All Right Now – Free
    5. After the Gold Rush – Neil Young
    6. Layla – Derek & Dominoes
    7. My Sweet Lord – George Harrison
    8. Paranoid – Black Sabbath
    9. Peace Frog/Blue Sunday – Doors
    10. No Matter What – Badfinger

    Put your sleuthing hat on — it’s time for a mystery. Andy Chanley here, and there’s a theme tying together all the songs on today’s 10@10 – see if you can guess it.

    1. You Better You Bet – Who
    2. Who Do You Love – George Thorogood
    3. Bad Company – Bad Company
    4. Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen
    5. Rain on the Scarecrow – John Mellencamp
    6. Fire – Jimi Hendrix
    7. Have A Cigar – Pink Floyd
    8. Big Country – Big Country
    9. Rock and Roll Band – Boston
    10. This is Radio Clash – The Clash

    1985 started on a Tuesday. Hey! Today is Tuesday. I mean, c’mon – is that a sign or what? Let’s share 10 great songs from 1985 on The Sound’s 10@10.

    1. Would I Lie to You – Eurythmics
    2. Small Town – John Mellencamp
    3. Head Over Heels – Tears for Fears
    4. Never – Heart
    5. If You Love Somebody Set Them Free – Sting
    6. Little By Little – Robert Plant
    7. Don’t Come Around Here No More – Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
    8. And We Danced – Hooters
    9. Walk of Life – Dire Straits
    10. You’re Only Human (Second Wind) – Billy Joel

    1969 was a big year for music festivals. Not coincidentally, it was a watershed year for port-o-potty companies, as well. Come get down and dirty with 10 great songs from 1969 on the Sound’s 10@10.

    1. Dazed and Confused – Led Zeppelin
    2. Proud Mary – CCR
    3. Marrakesh Express – CSN
    4. Living in the Past – Jethro Tull
    5. Everybody’s Talking – Nilsson
    6. Here Comes the Sun – Beatles
    7. Undun – Guess Who
    8. Cinnamon Girl – Neil Young
    9. Touch Me – Doors
    10. It’s Your Thing – Isley Brothers

    10at10 @ Night with Rita Wilde

    Here you have it, the top 10 Aerosmith songs voted on by listeners. 

    1. Dream On – 2,903 Votes
    2. Sweet Emotion – 2,772 Votes
    3. Walk This Way – 2,345 Votes
    4. Back In The Saddle – 2,336 Votes
    5. Janie’s Got a Gun – 1,903 Votes
    6. I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing – 1,741 Votes
    7. Dude (Looks Like a Lady) – 1,897 Votes
    8. Livin’ On The Edge – 1,766 Votes
    9. Love in an Elevator – 1,688 Votes
    10. Train Kept a Rollin’ – 1,645 Votes

    In February of 1980, AC/DC lost their lead vocalist Bon Scott to acute alcohol poisoning. It’s hard to imagine that it only took six weeks to find their next lead vocalist Brian Johnson, but he clicked and the group had their biggest selling album three months later with Back in Black. Rumor has it that before his death Bon Scott told the band about this amazing singer named Brian Johnson.

    Back in Black -AC/DC
    She’s So Cold – Rolling Stones
    Hell is For Children – Pat Benatar
    Hungry Heart – Bruce Springsteen
    Driven to Tears – Police
    Comfortably Numb – Pink Floyd
    Alabama Getaway – Grateful Dead
    Boulevard – Jackson Browne
    Babylon Sisters – Steely Dan
    Ah Leah – Donnie Iris

    1973 was the first year that Malcolm and Angus Young played in a band called AC/DC. It was also the year that Dickie Betts helped the Allman Brothers Band recover from the motorcycle deaths of two founding members and help chart the next phase of the bands career.

    Ramblin’ Man – Allman Brothers
    Over the Hills and Far Away – Led Zeppelin
    Jean Genie – David Bowie
    Ball Room Blitz – Sweet
    Tequila Sunrise – Eagles
    Can’t You See – Marshall Tucker Band
    Higher Ground – Stevie Wonder
    All The Young Girls Love Alice – Elton John
    Reelin In The Years – Steely Dan
    Hocus Pocus (long version) – Focus

    Benjamin might have said this today…”taxes are not fun.”

    1. Money For Nothing – Dire Straits
    2. Summertime Blues – Who
    3. Take the Money and Run – Steve Miller
    4. It’s Money That I Love – Randy Newman
    5. Sunny Afternoon – Kinks
    6. Money Talks – AC/DC
    7. For the Love of Money – O’Jays
    8. The Big Money – Rush
    9. Lawyers Guns and Money – Warren Zevon
    10. Taxman – Beatles

    1986 was the year of the first Conspiracy of Hope Tour for Amnesty International. The lineup featured U2, Peter Gabriel, Sting, Jackson Browne, Bryan Adams and Joan Baez. The show played at the Fabulous Forum, which is the only time U2 has played at the Forum. Their name is on the hallways in the refurbished Forum because of that performance. Will they be returning? Hmmm, I hope so.

    1. Your Love – Outfield
    2. Throwing It all Away – Genesis
    3. Who Made Who – AC/DC
    4. Best of Both Worlds – Van Halen
    5. Shape of a Heart – Jackson Browne
    6. Red Rain – Peter Gabriel
    7. You Give Love a Bad Name – Bon Jovi
    8. Don’t Get Me Wrong – Pretenders
    9. It’s in the Way That you Use It – Eric Clapton
    10. Wrap it Up – Fabulous Thunderbirds

    One of the most exhilarating experiences you can have is being at your favorite bands concert in the front row to feel the amplifiers. If you have ever been to the Long Beach Grand Prix you know that the sound of the engines roaring through the concrete canyon at 200 MPH is the same feeling.

    1. Radar Love – Golden Earring
    2. Highway Star – Deep Purple
    3. Drive My Car – Beatles
    4. Mustang Sally – Wilson Picket
    5. James Dean – Eagles
    6. Cadillac Ranch – Bruce Springsteen
    7. Low Rider – War
    8. Mercedes Benz – Janis Joplin
    9. Fun Fun Fun – Beach Boys
    10. Hot Rod Lincoln – Commander Cody

    **Bonus** Panama – Van Halen

    On February 20th 1976, KISS had their footprints added to the sidewalk at Grauman’s Chinese Theater. Tonight (Last night) they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Sometimes the HOF overlooks or neglects, but the fans never forget!

    1. Rock and Roll Never Forgets – Bob Seger
    2. Detroit Rock City – KISS
    3. Hitch A Ride – Boston
    4. Try and Love Again – Eagles
    5. Lowdown – Boz Scaggs
    6. Breakdown – Tom Petty
    7. Must’ve Got Lost – J Geils Band
    8. Rich Girl – Hall and Oates
    9. Tie Your Mother Down – Queen
    10. Silver Blue and Gold – Bad Co.

    1987 was a year of some “conscious coupling”…. Preacher Jim Baker and Jessica Hahn, Senator Gary Hart and Donna Rice, David and Madie from Moonlighting… and for Lindsay Buckingham, he had enough of the substance abuse and drama that was Fleetwood Mac. So following the release of Tango in the Night, he quit the band. Of course, he came back after a few years.

    1. Little Lies – Fleetwood Mac
    2. When We Was Fab – George Harrison
    3. Brilliant Disguise – Bruce Springsteen
    4. With or Without You – U2
    5. It’s The End of the World – REM
    6. Jammin Me – Tom Petty
    7. One Slip – Pink Floyd
    8. Hysteria – Def Leppard
    9. Touch of Grey – Grateful Dead
    10. Paper in Fire – John Mellencamp

    It is a remarkable achievement in rock and roll to have one legendary guitarist, but the Yardbirds had three of the greatest ever. During their heyday, they employed Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page. Eric Clapton is featured on For Your Love, but left the group because he thought it was too poppy.

    1. For Your Love – Yardbirds
    2. Tell Her No – Zombies
    3. The Kids are Alright – Who
    4. Tired of Waiting for You – Kinks
    5. You Won’t See Me – Beatles
    6. We Gotta Get Out of This Place – Animals
    7. As Tears Go By – Rolling Stones
    8. Gloria – Them
    9. Maggies Farm – Bob Dylan
    10. California Girls – Beach Boys

    Led Zeppelin released their last studio album In Through The Out Door. For record collectors, it is fun to collect all six different covers. If you want to ruin a collector’s item, you could also take a damp cloth and wipe the inside cover and transform the black and white photo into color.

    1. All My Love – Led Zeppelin
    2. It’s All I Can Do – Cars
    3. Dance the Night Away – Van Halen
    4. No Time To Lose – Tarney Spencer Band
    5. Rock and Roll Fantasy – Bad Company
    6. Young Lust – Pink Floyd
    7. Even the Losers – Tom Petty
    8. Heart of the Night – Poco
    9. The Logical Song – Supertramp
    10. Lost in a Supermarket – Clash

    Here you have it, the top 10 Fleetwood mac songs as voted on by you.

    1. Rhiannon – 1016 Votes
    2. Landslide – 971 Votes
    3. Go Your Own way – 865 Votes
    4. Gypsy – 852 Votes
    5. Gold Dust Woman – 782 Votes
    6. The Chain – 762 Votes
    7. Dreams – 748 Votes
    8. You Make Loving Fun – 680 Votes
    9. Tusk – 603 Votes
    10. Don’t Stop – 590 Votes

    The Raiders (who were based in Los Angeles at the time) won the Super Bowl!! The Mac (computer) debuted. So did the Transformers and Spinal Tap. This 10@10 goes to 11!

    1. Once in a Lifetime (live) – Talking Heads
    2. Sunset Grill – Don Henley
    3. Panama – Van Halen
    4. Middle of the Road – Pretenders
    5. Couldn’t Stand the Weather – Stevie Ray Vaughan
    6. Pink Cadillac – Bruce Springsteen
    7. Run to You – Bryan Adams
    8. I Love you Suzanne – Lou Reed
    9. Flesh for Fantasy – Billy Idol
    10. Hello Again – Cars

    The Beatles broke up….so did Simon and Garfunkel. Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin died, but the music didn’t.

    1. Moondance – Van Morrison
    2. Your Song – Elton John
    3. Casey Jones – Grateful Dead
    4. Ceceila – Simon and Garfunkel
    5. Gallow’s Pole – Led Zeppelin
    6. Waiting for the Sun – Doors
    7. Southern Man – Neil Young
    8. Liar – Three Dog Night
    9. Feelin’ Alright – Joe Cocker
    10. Paranoid – Black Sabbath

    Most people guessed something to do with dancing, but that is not the answer we were looking for. The common denominator is FOOL. All artists below have recorded a song with Fool/Foolin’ in the title.

    1. Twist and Shout – Beatles
    2. Tube Snake Boogie – ZZ Top
    3. Dance Little Sister – Rolling Stones
    4. Dancin’ Fool – Frank Zappa
    5. Dancing Days – Led Zeppelin
    6. Shake it Up – Cars
    7. Mary Jane’s Last Dance – Tom Petty
    8. Listen to the Music – Doobie Brothers
    9. Crystal Ball – Styx
    10. Fool For your Loving – Whitesnake
    1. Jamie’s Cryin – Van Halen
    2. Can’t Stand Losing You – Police
    3. Shattered – Rolling Stones
    4. Who Are You – Who
    5. Love is Like Oxygen – Sweet
    6. Straight On – Heart
    7. Bye Bye Love – Cars
    8. Big Shot – BillyJoel
    9. Hollywood Nights – Bob Seger
    10. Feelin’ Satisfied – Boston

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    Here’s the list; the top 10 Eagles songs as voted on by YOU.

    1. Hotel California –Votes: 2,308 –
    2. Desperado –Votes: 1,932 –
    3. Lyin’ Eyes –Votes: 1,392 –
    4. Take It Easy –Votes: 1,288 –
    5. Peaceful Easy Feelin’ –Votes: 1,194 –
    6. One of These Nights –Votes:  1,103–
    7. Tequila Sunrise –Votes: 1,080 –
    8. Take It to The Limit –Votes: 948 –
    9. Witchy Woman –Votes: 910 –
    10. Life in The Fast Lane –Votes: 885 –

    Pete Townshend was trying to recreate magic with the Who’s follow-up to Tommy. During the recording process of Lifehouse, he pushed himself so much that he had what he calls a nervous breakdown. The material from those sessions became Who’s Next, their most successful album ever.

    1. Baba O’Riley – Who
    2. The Wasp – Doors
    3. I’m Eighteen – Alice Cooper
    4. Me and Bobby McGee – Janis Joplin
    5. Statesboro Blues – Allman Brothers
    6. When the Levee Breaks – Led Zeppelin
    7. Walk Away – James Gang
    8. Jeepster – T Rex
    9. Family Affair – Sly and the Family Stones
    10. Footstompin’ Music – Grand Funk Railroad

    The Who announced that their tour in support of their album It’s Hard would be their last tour ever. That was in 1982. Uh, they changed their mind and resumed touring in 1989. They announced recently that they will be playing shows in the USA in 2015.

    1. Eminence Front – Who
    2. Rock the Casbah – Clash
    3. Southern Cross – CSN
    4. Allentown – Billy Joel
    5. Shock the Monkey – Peter Gabriel
    6. No One Like You – Scorpions
    7. I Don’t Care Anymore – Phil Collins
    8. Hand To Hold On To – John Mellencamp
    9. Avalon – Roxy Music
    10. Dancing in the Street – Van Halen

    Rock and roll was alive and well in 1975, but the Grammy awards continued to celebrate schmaltzy rock with Olivia Newton John’s “I Honestly Love You” winning Record of the Year and Barbara Streisand picking up the award for the song of the year for “The Way We Were.”

    1. Sweet Emotion – Aerosmith
    2. She’s the One – Bruce Springsteen
    3. Evil Woman – ELO
    4. Roll On Down the Highway – BTO
    5. Trampled Underfoot – Led Zeppelin
    6. Good Lovin’ Gone Bad – Bad Company
    7. Monday Morning – Fleetwood Mac
    8. Slowride – Foghat
    9. Love is Alive – Gary Wright
    10. Rock and Roll All Night – Kiss

    The Rolling Stones redeemed themselves as one of the premier rock and roll bands with the release of the LP Tattoo You. The same couldn’t be said for their fans who booed opening act Prince off the stage within 15 minutes of hitting the stage at the LA Coliseum.

    1. Waiting on a Friend – Rolling Stones
    2. Talk of the Town – Pretenders
    3. Tom Sawyer – Rush
    4. One World – Police
    5. Winning – Santana
    6. I Can’t Stand It – Eric Clapton
    7. Lunatic Fringe – Red Rider
    8. Gemini Dream – Moody Blues
    9. The Waiting – Tom Petty
    10. Stone in Love – Journey

    1969 was an incredible year for music. Some of the greatest albums ever recorded were released that year like Abbey Road, Tommy, Let it Bleed and the debut albums by Santana and Crosby, Stills and Nash. Why then, would the Archie’s song “Sugar Sugar” be the number one song of the year?

    1. Dazed and Confused – Led Zeppelin
    2. Whippin’ Post – Allman Brothers
    3. Can’t Find My Way Home – Blind Faith
    4. Badge – Cream
    5. Up On Criple Creek – The Band
    6. It’s Your Thing – The Isley Brothers
    7. Monkey Man – Rolling Stones
    8. Overture – Who
    9. Wooden Ships – CSN
    10. Victoria – Kinks

    Led Zeppelin played their last US concert. It was also the year of Star Wars, disco’s and Chia Pet’s!

    1. What’s Your Name – Lynyrd Skynyrd
    2. Black Betty – Ram Jam
    3. The Stranger – Billy Joel
    4. Dreams – Fleetwood Mac
    5. Dancing in the Moonlight – Thin Lizzy
    6. Psycho Killer – Talking Heads
    7. Mr. Blue Sky – ELO
    8. Love Alive – Heart
    9. Headknocker – Foreigner
    10. Jammin’ – Bob Marley

    1985 was the year of Live Aid, a Lakers championship, Goonies, more Rambo and Rocky and Back to the Future.

    1. Walk of Life – Dire Straits
    2. Your Love – Outfield
    3. Would I Lie To You – Eurythmics
    4. Don’t Come Around Here – Tom Petty
    5. Second Hand Love – Pete Townshend
    6. What You Need – INXS
    7. Forever Man – Eric Clapton
    8. Small Town – John Mellencamp
    9. Get It On – Power Station
    10. Just a Gigolo – David Lee Roth

    1972 was a year that introduced us to Ziggy Stardust, HBO, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and the Eagles debut album. This picture was taken at Joshua Tree.

    1. Peaceful Easy Feeling – Eagles
    2. Blue Sky – Allman Brothers
    3. Rocket Man – Elton John
    4. Reeling in the Years – Steely Dan
    5. Doctor My Eyes – Jackson Browne
    6. Run Run Run – Jo Jo Gunne
    7. Old Man – Neil Young
    8. From the Beginning – Emerson Lake and Palmer
    9. Hang on to Yourself – David Bowie
    10. Happy – Rolling Stones

    The color green has been associated with Ireland for hundreds of years. It is nicknamed the Emerald Isle because it is lush and green and also because of the shamrocks place in Irish lore. Today, we’re all Irish and green.

    1. I Will Follow – U2
    2. Wild Night – Van Morrison
    3. I Don’t Like Mondays – Boomtown Rats
    4. Whiskey in a Jar – Thin Lizzy
    5. Green River – Creedence Clearwater Revi
    6. When I Come Around – Green Day
    7. Green Tambourine – Lemon Pipers
    8. Let’s Stay Together – Al Green
    9. Green Onions – Booker T and the MG’s
    10. Green Grass and High Tides – Outlaws

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    Thanks for all the votes!  We’ll announce a winner of tickets to see Queen + Adam Lambert in concert soon. Now, here are the top 10 Queen songs as voted on by you.

    1. We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions – 1006 listener votes
    2. Bohemian Rhapsody – 1001 listener votes
    3. Fat Bottom Girls – 696 listener votes
    4. Killer Queen – 675 listener votes
    5. Crazy Little Thing Called Love – 630 listener votes
    6. Somebody to Love – 586 listener votes
    7. Under Pressure – 574 listener votes
    8. You’re My Best Friend – 544 listener votes
    9. Another One Bites the Dust – 505 listener votes
    10. Bicycle Race – 463 listener votes

    1968 introduced us to Big Macs, Apple Records, Hot Wheels and a hippie haven in Laurel Canyon known as “Love Street”.

    1. Love Street – Doors
    2. Jennifer Juniper – Donovan
    3. Daydream Believer – Monkees
    4. Time of the Season – Zombies
    5. Dance to the Music – Sly Stone
    6. Mony Mony – Tommy James
    7. While My Guitar Gently – Beatles
    8. Voodoo Chile – Jimi Hendrix
    9. Street Fighting Man – Rolling Stones
    10. The Weight – The Band

    President Nixon resigned and Sonny and Cher’s TV show was canceled. They announced they were getting divorced, therefore no more tv show.

    1. Can’t Get Enough – Bad Company
    2. Same Old Song and Dance – Aerosmith
    3. Nothing  From Nothing – Billy Preston
    4. Some Kind of Wonderful – Grand Funk Railroad
    5. Dreamer – Supertramp
    6. On the Border – Eagles
    7. Rebel Rebel – David Bowie
    8. U.S. Blues – Grateful Dead
    9. Any Major Dude – Steely Dan
    10. Time Waits For No One – Rolling Stones

    1988 was the year that Nike introduced the slogan they still use, Just Do It. It was also the year that cd’s outsold vinyl.

    1. Finish What You Started – Van Halen
    2. End of the Line – Traveling Wilburys
    3. I Hate Myself For Loving You – Joan Jett
    4. Bad Medicine – Bon Jovi
    5. Angel of Harlen – U2
    6. Fast Car – Tracy Chapman
    7. Devil Inside – INXS
    8. Tall Cool One – Robert Plant
    9. The Flame – Cheap Trick
    10. Jane Says – Jane’s Addiction

    Many cars developed by Ford started placing 8 track tapes in them. It was real annoying when the tape would stop in the middle of a song to go to the other tracks.

    1. Good Vibrations – Beach Boys
    2. Day Tripper – Beatles
    3. Sunny Afternoon – Kinks
    4. Under My Thumb – Rolling Stones
    5. Dirty Water – Standells
    6. I’m Not Your Stepping Stone – Monkees
    7. Don’t Bring Me Down – Animals
    8. Uptight – Stevie Wonder
    9. I Fought the Law – Bobby Fuller 4
    10. Rainy Day Women #12 and 35 – Bob Dylan

    **Bonus** I’m So Glad – Cream

    Time is our most important commodity.

    1. Time in a Bottle – Jim Croce
    2. Only Time Will Tell – Asia
    3. Too Much Time on My Hands – Styx
    4. Time Stand Still – Rush
    5. Turn Turn Turn – Byrds
    6. No Time – Guess Who
    7. Time – Pink Floyd
    8. Yesterday – Beatles
    9. Does Anybody Really Know What – Chicago
    10. Time Warp – Rocky Horror