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Discussion in 'Fred's Barcalounge' started by drmilktruck, Jul 10, 2019.
What it says, Per Rick Beato:
What could you add to the list?
Pretty good list. Bon Jovi Dead or Alive?????
I could probably spend what time I have left on this Earth learning some of the songs I have on my "would like to learn" list (and not finish). Several of these songs were already on that list. Now several more are!
So many songs, so little time.
I was actually watching this vid yesterday.
I would add Paranoid Android - Radiohead.
Can't really disagree with much on that list. I could do without hearing quite a few of those songs ever again, but I can't disagree.
I would've put 'Closer to the Heart' Closer to the top, but I'm a huge nerd and I was born in Toronto so I just may be biased.
Good list, but nothing too surprising either. I would have to add 'That's Entertainment' by The Jam. Not the most complicated song, but it's one of those songs that transports me right back to my yoof.
Also I guess you can add any pre electric blues (which I guess he kinda did with Babe I'm Gonna Leave You by Zeppelin).
I'm kind of surprised that wasn't on the list as he does a separate video about how much he loves Radiohead.
That's on my to learn list.
I've a couple that aren't super involved, just easy to play, and for me, memorable.
Supertramp's "Give a Little Bit".
One of the songs that made me want to play guitar hearing it while delivering papers one day---
Neal Diamond's "Cherry, Cherry".
Maggie May - Rod Stewart
Oh Well - Fleetwood Mac
Ice Cream Man - Van Halen (also Little Guitars and The Full Bug from Diver Down)
Moody Blues, Question. (Although you could argue it's derivative of Pinball Wizard.)
RIP Ray Thomas
If I recall it's mainly G maj - E minor - A major - E minor
Does "Bungalow Bill" count?
(Trick question, of course. The flamenco intro to "Bungalow Bill" was just a key on the Mellotron.)
Pretty good list. I like this guy. Enthusing without an overbearing smell of cork.
I would add Friend of the Devil by the Gratedul Dead.
Excellent playing and great song collection. Thanks for posting