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    Top Ten Songs of Years Gone By (16 Posts)

  • Supply House Rick Supply House Rick @ 8:31 AM
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    Compare late 60's - 2007 (Man, am I out of touch)

    1968 1. Hey Jude, The Beatles 2. Honey, Bobby Goldsboro 3. Love Is Blue, Paul Mauriat 4. (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay, Otis Redding 5. People Got To Be Free, Rascals 6. Sunshine Of Your Love, Cream 7. This Guy's In Love With You, Herb Alpert 8. Stoned Soul Picnic, Fifth Dimension 9. Mrs. Robinson, Simon and Garfunkel 10. Tighten Up, Archie Bell and The Drells 1969 1. Aquarius, Fifth Dimension 2. Sugar, Sugar, Archies 3. I Can't Get Next To You, Temptations 4. Honky Tonk Women, Rolling Stones 5. Build Me Up Buttercup, Foundations 6. Dizzy, Tommy Roe 7. Hot Fun In The Summertime, Sly and The Family Stone 8. I'll Never Fall In Love Again, Tom Jones 9. Everyday People, Sly and The Family Stone 10. Get Together, Youngbloods 2007 1. Irreplaceable, Beyonce 2. Umbrella, Rihanna Featuring Jay-Z 3. The Sweet Escape, Gwen Stefani Featuring Akon 4. Big Girls Don't Cry, Fergie 5. Buy U A Drank (Shawty Snappin'), T-Pain Featuring Yung Joc 6. Before He Cheats, Carrie Underwood 7. Hey There Delilah, Plain White T's 8. I Wanna Love You, Akon Featuring Snoop Dogg 9. Say It Right, Nelly Furtado 10. Glamorous, Fergie Featuring Ludacris
  • Paul Fredricks Paul Fredricks @ 9:38 AM
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    OH MAN

    I must be getting old. I find it hard to believe that the 2007 songs will go down in history like the ones from the 60's. Or that most of the artists will be remembered even 2 years from now. Buy U A Drank? Gimme a break. Of course, I'm sure my father felt the same way. He called all the music I listened to "Kook" music. I am trying to keep on top of all that happens with music, not the "People Magazine" events, but the actual music. I have a tough time with Rap, and never been much of a country fan.
  • N/A @ 12:06 PM

    And honey I miss you...

    (booo hooo hooooooo) and I'm being good (sniff sniff)... LOL... What's a "Shawty Snappin" ?
  • Supply House Rick Supply House Rick @ 3:18 PM
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    Shawty Snappin'?

    Oh dat bee hydronic-chronic guru T-Pain and Yung Joc... X-plainin' loopy lengths in relationship to pump sizing yo! Best lyric ever: Havin' my baby What a lovely way of sayin' How much you love me Peace Out Y'all
  • Frenchie Frenchie @ 4:59 PM
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    Yikes

    Suddenly I feel ill. Every day cars go by the house with their "boom boxes' rattling all the dishes in our cabinets. And this is in rural farm country. In the 70's when I grew up, I'm positve the neighbors couldn't hear my rock and roll!!! well... maybe they did :) Maybe if oil goes high enough these kids won't be able to afford to drive by my house. Always looking for a silver lining :)
  • realolman realolman @ 6:04 PM
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    I'll bet some

    of you folks will like this.
    only if you're over fifty
  • Steamhead (in transit) Steamhead (in transit) @ 8:44 PM
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  • Paul Fredricks Paul Fredricks @ 8:41 PM
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    I think officially it's the Billboard rankings. Check out this site: http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/charts/yearend_chart_index.jsp
  • Supply House Rick Supply House Rick @ 11:35 AM
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    One For The Charts - Dark Side of the Moon - Facts

    The Dark Side of the Moon spent 741 consecutive weeks (14 years) on the USA-based Billboard 200 album chart, the longest duration of any album in history. It is the fourth highest selling album globally of all time, selling more than forty million units. In addition to its commercial success, The Dark Side of the Moon is often considered to be the group's defining work, and is still frequently ranked by music critics as one of the greatest and most influential albums of all time. It is estimated that one in every fourteen people in the U.S. under the age of fifty owns or owned a copy of this album. I for one am listening to it right now. It's amazing that people from this generation are still buying this record! Rick
  • John Mills John Mills @ 12:23 PM
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    I knew

    I knew about every song from the gold old days. NOT ONE from 2007!
  • Paul Fredricks Paul Fredricks @ 5:18 PM
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    Hey Rick

    Looking back at the 1969 list, I've always heard that Sugar, Sugar was the #1 song of that year. Maybe that's from another rating service. Were did your info come from?
  • Supply House Rick Supply House Rick @ 7:33 PM
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    This site

    www.musicoutfitters.com/topsongs/1972.htm Found it on Google Not even sure if it's accurate. Man, music of today sucks
  • Rich Kontny Rich Kontny @ 12:31 PM
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    Tend To...

    Enjoy listening to the late fifties, sixties and early seventies music on my way home after work. Tends to unwind me from a stressful day (usually a minimum of 35 minutes driving) Rich K.
  • Supply House Rick Supply House Rick @ 12:38 PM
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    Top Ten Songs of 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
  • Ted Ted @ 11:06 AM
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    70's-80's kid

    See, the 80's stuff was good!
  • mel rowe mel rowe @ 7:47 PM
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    speaking of country music, do you know what you get if you play a country song backwards? You get your dog back, your truck back, and your girlfriend back.
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