Discussion in 'Odds & Ends' started by GreenBalls, Dec 1, 2009.
Eminem - Infinite ^_^.
ELP - Infinite Space (Conclusion) - from the Tarkus Album
Empty Spaces - PF
Running On Empty--Jackson Browne
Keep on running (til you burn)-UK Subs
Classic stuff right there pal.
Burn It To The Ground - Nickleback [don't judge me ]
welcome to the machine - PF
Welcome to the Jungle - Guns-N-Roses
Welcome to the Pleasuredome-FGTH
Welcome - The Who
Welcome Back--John Sebastian
Theme song to 1970s TV sitcom "Welcome Back, Kotter." Where John Travolta came from. Sweathogs and all.
^^I loved that show and song. Here's a clip:
Jethro Tull- Back to the Family
ACDC- Back in Black
Black Celebration-Depeche Mode
Frank Sinatra - black magic.
Santana - Black Magic Woman
Magic Carpet Ride - Steppenwolf
Ride The Lightening - Metallica
Ride on Time - Black Box
Time for Action - Secret Affair
Fine Time - New Order (1989)
Crying Time--Ray Charles
Who's Crying Now - Journey
Not now John - PF (Final cut ?)
Right Now - Van Halen
How Soon Is Now? - The Smiths
How Can You Be Sure - Radiohead
How Can I Be Sure - The Rascals
It would be so nice - PF
Wouldn't It Be Nice--The Beach Boys
think maybe PF owes the Boys some $ for the title?
The Man Who Would Be King - The Libertines
Man on the Silver Mountain - Rainbow
Silver Threads and Golden Needles (Cannot Mend This Heart of Mine)--Linda Ronstadt
I don't want your lonely mansion, with a tear in every room...
Silvergun Superman - Stone Temple Pilots
Sunshine, Superman - Donovan (Leitch)
(bonus: vid contains a lot of nice pix of Lolita star, Sue Lyon)
sorry 'bout the double-header. couldn't resist
Cream - Sunshine of Your Love
You Are My Sunshine--Gene Autry
Sunshine Lollipops & Rainbows ---lesley gore
Rainbow Connection--Paul Williams, Kermit the Frog
Rainbow In The Dark - Dio
She's a Rainbow (She Comes in Colours) - The Rolling Stones
Catch The Rainbow - Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow
Beach Boys are the ****!!! Now you're talking. However Surfin' USA was their best song IMO.
Catch - The Cure
Catch Me (I'm Falling) - Pretty Poison
Catch a Wave--The Beach Boys
Catch the Wind
There's also a song by that title by Bob Dylan, who deserves more ink in this thread. I did not appreciate him until well after college.
I've got to insist that Catch the Wind was by Donovan and owed an awful lot to Dylan's excellent song Chimes of Freedom (Donovan used the same melody and sounded a lot like Bob at that early point in his career.)
I could (and have) go on and on with Dylan songs, like:
Blowin' In the Wind--Bob Dylan
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