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  • The Music of my Youth

       August 30, 2005

    Daimnation has a fun new meme. Find the top 100 songs from the year you graduated high school and critique them: bold the ones you love, strike the ones you hate and list and laugh at the ones you're indifferent too. Damian covered the year 1991 and Eric over at Viking Pundit covered 1986. Here's my take on 1990. I'm actually surprised by how much I like on this list. There's just so many excellent, goofy rap songs. Ah, how I long for that kind of hip hop.

    1. Hold On, Wilson Phillips: You know, I don't like this enough to bold it, but I do like it. Those girls could sing.
    2. It Must Have Been Love, Roxette: I always hated Roxette. No talent hacks.
    3. Nothing Compares 2 U, Sinead O'Connor
    4. Poison, Bell Biv Devoe: Whatever happened to Bell Biv Devoe?
    5. Vogue, Madonna
    6. Vision Of Love, Mariah Carey
    7. Another Day In Paradise, Phil Collins
    8. Hold On, En Vogue
    9. Cradle Of Love, Billy Idol
    10. Blaze Of Glory, Jon Bon Jovi

    11. Do Me!, Bell Biv Devoe
    12. How Am I Supposed To Live Without You, Michael Bolton
    13. Pump Up The Jam, Technotronic: And pump up the jam they will
    14. Opposites Attract, Paula Abdul: Hey, it's Paula!
    15. Escapade, Janet Jackson
    16. All I Wanna Do Is Make Love To You, Heart: Sadly, this isn't the worst song on the list
    17. Close To You, Maxi Priest
    18. Black Velvet, Alannah Myles
    19. Release Me, Wilson Phillips
    20. Don't Know Much, Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville
    21. All Around The World, Lisa Stansfield
    22. l Wanna Be Rich, Calloway
    23. I Remember You, Skid Row: I never cared for their music, but Sebastian Bach was hot back in the day
    24. Rub You The Right Way, Johnny Gill
    25. She Ain't Worth It, Glenn Medeiros Featuring Bobby Brown
    26. If Wishes Came True, Sweet Sensation
    27. The Power, Snap
    28. (Can't Live Without Your) Love and Affection, Nelson: Those girls were cute. What? They weren't girls? No way!
    29. Love Will Lead You Back, Taylor Dayne
    30. Don't Wanna Fall In Love, Jane Child: She's the freak with the mohawk and one really long braid, I think
    31. Two To Make It Right, Seduction
    32. Sending All My Love, Linear
    33. Unskinny Bop, Poison
    34. Step By Step, New Kids On The Block: I'm ashamed that NKOTB is on this list
    35. Dangerous, Roxette
    36. We Didn't Start The Fire, Billy Joel: This is the worst song on the list
    37. I Don't Have The Heart, James Ingram
    38. Downtown Train, Rod Stewart
    39. Rhythm Nation, Janet Jackson
    40. I'll Be Your Everything, Tommy Page
    41. Roam, B-52's
    42. Everything, Jody Watley
    43. Back To Life, Soul II Soul: Absolute classic
    44. Here and Now, Luther Vandross
    45. Alright, Janet Jackson
    46. Ice Ice Baby, Vanilla Ice: Stop. Collaborate and listen
    47. Blame It On The Rain, Milli Vanilli: Yeah, they didn't sing it but it still has some camp value
    48. Have You Seen Her, M.C. Hammer
    49. With Every Beat Of My Heart, Taylor Dayne
    50. Come Back To Me, Janet Jackson
    51. No More Lies, Michel'le
    52. Praying For Time, George Michael
    53. How Can We Be Lovers, Michael Bolton
    54. Do You Remember, Phil Collins
    55. Ready Or Not, After 7
    56. U Can't Touch This, M.C. Hammer
    57. I Wish It Would Rain Down, Phil Collins
    58. Just Between You and Me, Lou Gramm
    59. Something Happened On The Way To Heaven, Phil Collins
    60. Black Cat, Janet Jackson
    61. Can't Stop, After 7
    62. Janie's Got A Gun, Aerosmith
    63. The Humpty Dance, Digital Underground: Oh yeah! Some guys were playing us an acoustic version of this song the other day. It was fabulous
    64. I'll Be Your Shelter, Taylor Dayne
    65. Free Fallin', Tom Petty
    66. Giving You The Benefit, Pebbles
    67. Enjoy The Silence, Depeche Mode: This is no Personal Badini, but I still like it
    68. Love Song, Tesla
    69. Price Of Love, Bad English
    70. Girls Nite Out, Tyler Collins
    71. King Of Wishful Thinking, Go West: wuss rock
    72. What Kind Of Man Would I Be?, Chicago
    73. Get Up! (Before The Night Is Over), Technotroic
    74. Here We Are, Gloria Estefan
    75. Epic, Faith No More: This song signified the birth of grunge and the birth of rock/rap. It's incredibly influential even if no one has figured it out yet
    76. Love Takes Time, Mariah Carey
    77. Just Like Jesse James, Cher
    78. Love Shack, B-52's
    79. All Or Nothing, Milli Vanilli
    80. Romeo, Dino
    81. Everybody Everybody, Black Box
    82. I Go To Extremes, Billy Joel
    83. Whip Appeal, Babyface
    84. Oh Girl, Paul Young: I'm a sucker for Paul Young
    85. C'mon and Get My Love, D-Mob With Cathy Dennis
    85. (It's Just) The Way That You Love Me, Paula Abdul
    87. We Can't Go Wrong, Cover Girls
    88. When I'm Back On My Feet Again, Michael Bolton
    89. Make You Sweat, Keith Sweat
    90. This One's For The Children, New Kids On The Block: I honestly don't know this song, but I'm sure it sucks
    91. What It Takes, Aerosmith
    92. Forever, Kiss
    93. Jerk Out, Time
    94. Just A Friend, Biz Markie: Oh man! I'm so proud this is on the list. Heh.
    95. Whole Wide World, A'me Lorain
    96. Without You, Motley Crue
    97. Swing The Mood, Jive Bunny and The Mastermixers
    98. Thieves In The Temple, Prince
    99. Mentirosa, Mellow Man Ace
    100. Tic-Tac-Toe, Kyper

    I'd love to hear see some other lists. You can find your own top 100 here. Just enter your year and "top 100" in the search box.


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    Comments

    #  August 30th, 2005 1:42 PM      jagorham
    Geez, I'm dating myself here - 1976!! The leading edge of disco sneaks in...

    1. Silly Love Songs, Paul McCartney and Wings - I like Sir Paul, but most of his stuff in this era was drivel.
    2. Don't Go Breaking My Heart, Elton John and Kiki Dee
    3. *Disco Lady, Johnnie Taylor* - One of those good semi-pornographic dance tunes
    4. December, 1963 (Oh, What A Night), Four Seasons - Doo-wop meets a disco beat. Not too bad, but I hated it at the time.
    5. Play That Funky Music, Wild Cherry - Wannabe funkers.
    6. Kiss And Say Goodbye, Manhattans
    7. Love Machine (Part 1), The Miracles
    8. 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover, Paul Simon
    9. Love Is Alive, Gary Wright
    10. --A Fifth Of Beethoven, Walter Murphy and The Big Apple Band-- Classical meets disco. Chuck Berry's wish is fulfilled as Beethoven rolls over.
    11. Sara Smile, Daryl Hall and John Oates
    12. Afternoon Delight, Starland Vocal Band - One hit wonder that got waaaaaaaaay too much air time.
    13. I Write The Songs, Barry Manilow
    14. Fly, Robin, Fly, Silver Convention
    15. Love Hangover, Diana Ross
    16. Get Close, Seals and Crofts
    17. *More, More, More, Andrea True Connection* - More porn music from a porn queen!
    18. *Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen* - this actually got little air play at the time, but was wildly popular.
    19. Misty Blue, Dorothy Moore
    20. Boogie Fever, Sylvers
    21. I'd Really Love To See You Tonight, England Dan and John Ford Coley
    22. You Sexy Thing, Hot Chocolate
    23. Love Hurts, Nazareth
    24. Get Up And Boogie, Silver Convention
    25. Take It To The Limit, Eagles
    26. (Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty, K.C. and The Sunshine Band
    27. Sweet Love, Commodores
    28. *Right Back Where We Started From, Maxine Nightingale* - forever engrained in my mind as the travelling music in "Slapshot."
    29. --Theme From "S.W.A.T", Rhythm Heritage-- - One of waaaaaay too many TV themes (see John Sebastian later on)
    30. *Love Rollercoaster, Ohio Players* I love my funk music, and the Ohio Players were some of the best. This was probably their definitive tune.
    31. You Should Be Dancing, Bee Gees
    32. You'll Never Find Antoher Love Like Mine, Lou Rawls
    33. Golden Years, David Bowie
    34. Moonlight Feels Right, Starbuck
    35. Only Sixteen, Dr. Hook
    36. Let Your Love Flow, Bellamy Brothers
    37. Dreamweaver, Gary Wright
    38. Turn The Beat Around, Vicki Sue Robinson
    39. Lonely Night (Angel Face), The Captain and Tennille
    40. All By Myself, Eric Carmen
    41. Love To Love You Baby, Donna Summer - Donna if ok is small doses. Too many of her songs back-to-back is like a 4-CD set of barbershop quartet songs - they all start sounding the same!
    42. Deep Purple, Donny and Marie Osmond
    43. Theme From "Mahogany", Diana Ross
    44. *Sweet Thing, Rufus* - Gotta love Chaka Khan!!!
    45. That's The Way I Like It, K.C. and The Sunshine Band
    46. A Little Bit More, Dr. Hook
    47. Shannon, Henry Gross - One of those treacly songs that you love to hate, but really like.
    48. If You Leave Me Now, Chicago
    49. Lowdown, Boz Scaggs
    50. Show Me The Way, Peter Frampton
    51. Dream On, Aerosmith
    52. I Love Music (Pt. 1), O'Jays
    53. Say You Love Me, Fleetwood Mac
    54. *Times Of Your Life, Paul Anka* - This was our graduation theme song. (I had to arrange it for four-part a capella!) Originally writen as a Kodak commercial, and recorded a few miles from my high school in Muscle Shoals.
    55. Devil Woman, Cliff Richard
    56. Fooled Around And Fell In Love, Elvin Bishop
    57. Convoy, C.W. McCall
    58. --Welcome Back, John Sebastian-- - Another @#(@#* TV theme
    59. Sing A Song, Earth, Wind and Fire
    60. --Heaven Must Be Missing An Angel, Tavares-- - This song always drives me nuts because it sounds like the guys aren't on beat when they're singing the title line.
    61. *I'll Be Good To You, Brothers Johnson* - another good funky groove, thanks to producer Quincy Jones
    63. Shop Around, The Captain and Tennille
    64. Saturday Night, Bay City Rollers
    65. Island Girl, Elton John
    66. Let's Do It Again, Staple Singers
    67. Let 'Em In, Paul McCartney and Wings
    68. --Baby Face, Wing and A Prayer Fife and Drum Corps-- Disco sucks. 'Nuff said!
    69. This Masquerade, George Benson
    70. Evil Woman, Electric Light Orchestra - ELO was one of those bands that was fun to listen to, but if you ever paid attention to the lyrics, you'd go "huh?" The chorus to this song is a classic example of that.
    71. Wham Bam, Silver
    72. I'm Easy, Keith Carradine
    73. Wake Up Everybody (Pt. 1), Harold Melvin and The Bluenotes
    74. Summer, War
    75. Let Her In, John Travolta
    76. Fox On The Run, Sweet
    77. Rhiannon, Fleetwood Mac
    78. Got To Get You Into My Life, Beatles - Re-released for some reason (or maybe it's first release, not sure if it'd been a single before).
    79. Fanny (Be Tender With My Love), Bee Gees
    80. Getaway, Earth, Wind and Fire
    81. She's Gone, Daryl Hall and John Oates
    82. Rock And Roll Music, Beach Boys
    82. Still The One, Orleans
    83. You're My Best Friend, Queen
    84. With Your Love, Jefferson Starship
    85. Slow Ride, Foghat
    86. Who'd She Coo, Ohio Players
    88. Walk Away From Love, David Ruffin
    89. Baby, I Love Your Way, Peter Frampton
    90. Young Hearts Sun Free, Candi Staton
    91. --Breaking Up's Hard To Do, Neil Sedaka-- - The barfarama lounge act remake of his classic doo-wop song.
    92. Money Honey, Bay City Rollers
    93. --Tear The Roof Off The Sucker, Parliament-- Gotta love George, Bootsy, and the gang!!!
    94. Junk Food Junkie, Larry Groce
    95. Tryin' To Get The Feeling Again, Barry Manilow
    96. Rock And Roll All Nite, Kiss
    97. --Disco Duck, Rick Dees-- At least his followup song, "Disgorilla" didn't make the cut :P
    97. The Boys Are Back In Town, Thin Lizzy
    98. Take The Money And Run, Steve Miller Band
    99. Squeeze Box, The Who
    100. Country Boy (You Got Your Feet In L.A.), Glen Campbell  
     
    #  August 31st, 2005 10:30 AM      TheUnabrewer
    Going to blog this later when I have time, but my list (1989) makes me realize why I listened to Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, and the Rolling Stones back then. Man, the whole list blows. Big time.  
     
    #  August 31st, 2005 1:53 PM      jagorham
    You got that right, Unabrewer. In my HS days, I listened to the 40s and 50s (pre-rock standards); my son in his HS days listened to Hendrix and music of the 1960s. And, picking up on the trend, he figures his kids will crave Eminem and DMX. Go figure.  
     
    #  September 3rd, 2005 7:10 PM      mbrlr
    1980
    1. Call Me, Blondie
    2. Another Brick In The Wall, Pink Floyd
    3. Magic, Olivia Newton-John
    4. Rock With You, Michael Jackson
    5. Do That To Me One More Time, Captain and Tennille
    6. Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Queen
    7. Coming Up, Paul McCartney
    8. Funkytown, Lipps, Inc.
    9. It's Still Rock And Roll To Me, Billy Joel
    10. The Rose, Bette Midler
    11. Escape (The Pina Colada Song), Rupert Holmes
    12. Cars, Gary Numan
    13. Cruisin', Smokey Robinson
    14. Working My Way Back To You/Forgive Me Girl, Spinners
    15. Lost In Love, Air Supply
    16. Little Jeannie, Elton John
    17. Ride Like The Wind, Cristopher Cross
    18. Upside Down, Diana Ross
    19. Please Don't Go, K.C. and The Sunshine Band
    20. Babe, Styx
    21. With You I'm Born Again, Billy Preston and Syreeta
    22. Shining Star, Manhattans
    23. Still, Commodores
    24. Yes, I'm Ready, Teri De Sario With K.C.
    25. Sexy Eyes, Dr. Hook
    26. Steal Away, Robbie Dupree
    27. Biggest Part Of Me, Ambrosia
    28. This Is It, Kenny Loggins
    29. Cupid-I've Loved You For A Long Time, Spinners
    30. Let's Get Serious, Jermaine Jackson
    31. Don't Fall In Love With A Dreamer, Kenny Rogers and Kim Carnes
    32. Sailing, Christopher Cross
    33. Longer, Dan Fogelberg
    34. Coward Of The County, Kenny Rogers
    35. Ladies Night, Kool and The Gang
    36. Take Your Time, S.O.S. Band
    37. No More Tears (Enough Is Enough), Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer
    38. Too Hot, Kool and The Gang
    39. More Love, Kim Carnes
    40. Pop Muzik, M
    41. Brass In Pocket, Pretenders
    42. Special Lady, Ray, Goodman and Brown
    43. Send One Your Love, Stevie Wonder
    44. The Second Time Around, Shalamar
    45. We Don't Talk Anymore, Cliff Richard
    47. Heartache Tonight , Eagles
    48. Stomp, Brothers Johnson
    49. Tired Of Toein' The Line, Rocky Burnette
    50. Better Love Next Time, Dr. Hook
    51. Him, Rupert Holmes
    52. Against The Wind, Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band
    53. On The Radio, Donna Summer
    54. Emotional Rescue, Rolling Stones
    55. Rise, Herb Alpert
    56. All Out Of Love, Air Supply
    57. Cool Change, Little River Band
    58. You're Only Lonely, J.D. Souther
    59. Desire, Andy Gibb
    60. Let My Love Open The Door, Pete Townshend
    61. Daydream Believer, Anne Murray
    62. I Can't Tell You Why, Eagles
    63. Don't Let Go, Isaac Hayes
    64. Don't Do Me Like That, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers
    65. She's Out Of My Life, Michael Jackson
    66. Fame, Irene Cara
    67. Fire Lake, Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band
    68. How Do I Make You, Linda Ronstadt
    69. Into The Night, Benny Mardones
    70. Let Me Love You Tonight, Pure Prairie League
    71. Misunderstanding, Genesis
    72. An American Dream, Dirt Band
    73. One Fine Day, Carole King
    74. Dim All The Lights, Donna Summer
    75. You May Be Right, Billy Joel
    76. Hurt So Bad, Linda Ronstadt
    77. Should've Never Let You Go, Neil Sedaka and Dara Sedaka
    78. Pilot Of The Airwaves, Charlie Dore
    79. Off The Wall, Michael Jackson
    80. I Pledge My Love, Peaches and Herb
    81. The Long Run, Eagles
    82. Stand By Me, Mickey Gilley
    83. Heartbreaker, Pat Benatar
    84. Deja Vu, Dionne Warwick
    85. Drivin' My Life Away, Eddie Rabbitt
    86. Take The Long Way Home, Supertramp
    87. Sara, Fleetwood Mac
    88. Wait For Me, Daryl Hall and John Oates
    89. Jo Jo, Boz Scaggs
    90. September Morn, Neil Diamond
    91. Give Me The Night, George Benson
    92. Broken Hearted Me, Anne Murray
    93. You Decorated My Life, Kenny Rogers
    94. Tusk, Fleetwood Mac
    95. I Wanna Be Your Lover, Prince
    96. In America, Charlie Daniels Band
    97. Breakdown Dead Ahead, Boz Scaggs
    98. Ships, Barry Manilow
    99. All Night Long, Joe Walsh
    100. Refugee, Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers  
     
    #  September 3rd, 2005 7:34 PM      mbrlr
    I posted before I was quite finished above. Sorry. Here's my 1980 list. Not a bad year --- the Clash, the Jam, and Elvis Costello were in their prime on the other side of the Atlantic, but a dreadful one in the US. I always leaned towards the sixties and early '70s as well as the punk/new wave material and the disco era and the drivel that followed that in the '70s were difficult to deal with until the Sex Pistols fired their shots across the bow in the UK. Anyway, I can't seem to strike the material through on my computer, so I set it out with the numbers I liked flush left within the list and listed below. The tracks I thought were great or at least really, really good have two * marks surrounding the number and are flush left and capped below:

    *1*, 2, *41*, 60, *64*, 73, 87, 94, *100*

    1980
    1. CALL ME, BLONDIE

    2. Another Brick In The Wall, Pink Floyd

    3. Magic, Olivia Newton-John

    4. Rock With You, Michael Jackson

    5. Do That To Me One More Time, Captain and Tennille

    6. Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Queen
    7. Coming Up, Paul McCartney

    8. Funkytown, Lipps, Inc.

    9. It's Still Rock And Roll To Me, Billy Joel

    10. The Rose, Bette Midler

    11. Escape (The Pina Colada Song), Rupert Holmes

    12. Cars, Gary Numan

    13. Cruisin', Smokey Robinson

    14. Working My Way Back To You/Forgive Me Girl, Spinners

    15. Lost In Love, Air Supply

    16. Little Jeannie, Elton John

    17. Ride Like The Wind, Cristopher Cross

    18. Upside Down, Diana Ross

    19. Please Don't Go, K.C. and The Sunshine Band

    20. Babe, Styx

    21. With You I'm Born Again, Billy Preston and Syreeta

    22. Shining Star, Manhattans

    23. Still, Commodores

    24. Yes, I'm Ready, Teri De Sario With K.C.

    25. Sexy Eyes, Dr. Hook

    26. Steal Away, Robbie Dupree

    27. Biggest Part Of Me, Ambrosia

    28. This Is It, Kenny Loggins

    29. Cupid-I've Loved You For A Long
    Time, Spinners

    30. Let's Get Serious, Jermaine Jackson

    31. Don't Fall In Love With A Dreamer, Kenny Rogers and Kim Carnes

    32. Sailing, Christopher Cross

    33. Longer, Dan Fogelberg

    34. Coward Of The County, Kenny
    Rogers

    35. Ladies Night, Kool and The Gang

    36. Take Your Time, S.O.S. Band

    37. No More Tears (Enough Is Enough), Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer

    38. Too Hot, Kool and The Gang

    39. More Love, Kim Carnes

    40. Pop Muzik, M

    41. BRASS IN POCKET, PRETENDERS

    42. Special Lady, Ray, Goodman and Brown

    43. Send One Your Love, Stevie Wonder

    44. The Second Time Around, Shalamar

    45. We Don't Talk Anymore, Cliff Richard

    47. Heartache Tonight , Eagles

    48. Stomp, Brothers Johnson

    49. Tired Of Toein' The Line, Rocky Burnette

    50. Better Love Next Time, Dr. Hook

    51. Him, Rupert Holmes

    52. Against The Wind, Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band

    53. On The Radio, Donna Summer

    54. Emotional Rescue, Rolling Stones

    55. Rise, Herb Alpert

    56. All Out Of Love, Air Supply

    57. Cool Change, Little River Band

    58. You're Only Lonely, J.D. Souther

    59. Desire, Andy Gibb

    60. Let My Love Open The Door, Pete Townshend

    61. Daydream Believer, Anne Murray

    62. I Can't Tell You Why, Eagles

    63. Don't Let Go, Isaac Hayes

    64. DON'T DO ME LIKE THAT, TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS

    65. She's Out Of My Life, Michael Jackson

    66. Fame, Irene Cara

    67. Fire Lake, Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band

    68. How Do I Make You, Linda Ronstadt

    69. Into The Night, Benny Mardones

    70. Let Me Love You Tonight, Pure Prairie League

    71. Misunderstanding, Genesis

    72. An American Dream, Dirt Band

    73. One Fine Day, Carole King

    74. Dim All The Lights, Donna Summer

    75. You May Be Right, Billy Joel

    76. Hurt So Bad, Linda Ronstadt

    77. Should've Never Let You Go, Neil Sedaka and Dara Sedaka

    78. Pilot Of The Airwaves, Charlie Dore

    79. Off The Wall, Michael Jackson

    80. I Pledge My Love, Peaches and Herb

    81. The Long Run, Eagles

    82. Stand By Me, Mickey Gilley

    83. Heartbreaker, Pat Benatar

    84. Deja Vu, Dionne Warwick

    85. Drivin' My Life Away, Eddie Rabbitt

    86. Take The Long Way Home, Supertramp

    87. Sara, Fleetwood Mac

    88. Wait For Me, Daryl Hall and John Oates

    89. Jo Jo, Boz Scaggs

    90. September Morn, Neil Diamond

    91. Give Me The Night, George Benson

    92. Broken Hearted Me, Anne Murray

    93. You Decorated My Life, Kenny Rogers

    94. Tusk, Fleetwood Mac

    95. I Wanna Be Your Lover, Prince

    96. In America, Charlie Daniels Band

    97. Breakdown Dead Ahead, Boz Scaggs

    98. Ships, Barry Manilow

    99. All Night Long, Joe Walsh

    100. REFUGEE, TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS

     
     
    #  September 3rd, 2005 7:35 PM      mbrlr
    Well, h***. The other material was indented on my screen.  
     

     

     


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