Your band's top 3 songs?

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  1. GentleBen

    GentleBen Country Gent

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    72
    Jul 29, 2008
    Huntsville, Al
    Reading through everyone's complete set lists being a little bit labor intensive, I thought it might be interesting to see what 3 songs you think are your band's best. (If you asked each member I doubt if the lists would be the same.) Hard to decide but:

    Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (Animals)
    The Road (Jackson Brown)
    Heart Full of Soul (Yardbirds)
     
  2. Scottishblue13

    Scottishblue13 Gretschie

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    May 14, 2011
    Scotland
    I'd say:
    Stand by me, ben e king
    Yellow, coldplay
    glorybox, portishead.

    We put our own stamp on them and sound quite good (we think), and also enjoyable to play.
     
  3. Funky54

    Funky54 Gretschie

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    Aug 12, 2010
    Florida
    5 (edited cause I put a calander to it..7 years ago) years ago was the last decent thing i was part of.. These are the songs the audiance responded to well in every crowd and were requested often, they are not a good snap shot of what we played or were about. They just simply got the best response.

    Cowboy Song- Thin Lizzy

    No Matter What - Badfinger

    More Than a Feeling - Boston

    Close seconds:
    Whenever Wherever - Shakira
    Learn To Fly - Foo Fighters
    I Hate Myself For Loving You - Joan Jet
    Do Ya - ELO
    Walkaway Renee- Left Bank
    These Arms of Mine- Otis Redding
    Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye- Casino's

    We hated it... Hang On Sloopy
     
  4. DaveT

    DaveT Synchromatic

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    Oct 14, 2009
    Ontario, Canada
    1)Kissin U - M Cosgrove
    2)Poker Face (acoustic version of the Lady Gaga tune)
    3)Who Says You cant go Home - Bon Jovi

    1 & 2 are my fav's, may daughters top notch on those, I get to sit and listen as she sings/plays. Too may 3rd choices, so i picked one that I play with her on :)
     
  5. OpenMike1963

    OpenMike1963 Country Gent

    Age:
    58
    Mar 30, 2009
    Alexandria, Virginia
    Geeze - This sort of thing changes for me all the time! Right now, I'd have to list them as follows:

    Oh, Pretty Woman - Roy Orbison
    One Way Out - Greg Allman/Allman Brothers
    Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd

    -OpenMike

    By the way: My 3-piece band consists of Me, Myself and I.:D
    Hope it still counts.
     
  6. 6stings

    6stings Friend of Fred

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    Aug 14, 2010
    Norway
    That was looong time ago, but I remember we always had these 3 on the list:
    1. Hey Joe - Hendrix
    2. Sanctuary - J Geils Band
    3. Hard Drivin' Man - J Geils Band

    By the way, I was the bass & the vocal:D
     
  7. Dan C

    Dan C Country Gent

    Mar 20, 2011
    London
    Rock This Town
    Johnny B Goode
    Ghost Riders In The Sky

    :)
     
  8. pilgrim

    pilgrim Country Gent

    Age:
    74
    Jun 15, 2010
    Mississippi
    Well here are a few, we have a 60 song main set list.

    White Line
    Amarillo by Morning
    Across the Great Divide
    Tequila is Addictive
    Angel from Montgomery
    Border Affair
    City of New Orleans
    Coming Down in the Rain
    Poncho and Lefty
    One of These Day's
    Learn to be Still
    A Little Cocaine
     
  9. fletch

    fletch Country Gent

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    Oct 19, 2010
    Sydney Australia
    Funky,
    Your band must have had one hell of a singer and good harmonies. Your favourites include some major vocal gymnastics. Good on you.
     
  10. TV the Wired Turtle

    TV the Wired Turtle Gretschified

    Jul 25, 2009
    Sandy Eggo
    our band is taking a long sabbatical but the top three that worked for us was
    1. Little Sister -Dwight Yokum style
    2. Sweet Dreams are Made of This - rockabilly'd version of Marilyn Mansons take of Eurythmics
    3. How Great Thou Art - Cocained Johnny Cash style
     
  11. Funky54

    Funky54 Gretschie

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    Aug 12, 2010
    Florida
    Yours truly. We cheated though.. tune a half step down. We had three or four part harmonies and a chick did about a 1/4 of the songs. The Bass player did some tunes. The drummer was a Jazz drummer who did a bunch of studio stuff with Linda Ronstadt in her hey day. The Bass fellow was British and did the night club deal in London all through the 80's. That was not the best musicians I ever played with, but it was the most balanced mix of folks I ever played with. Everything just worked with what we had. The Chick had the look and did the Shakira stuff really well.
     
  12. fletch

    fletch Country Gent

    Age:
    72
    Oct 19, 2010
    Sydney Australia
    Sounds like the real deal - I would have paid my money at the door to hear you.
     
  13. jbcallender

    jbcallender Gretschie

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    Nov 21, 2010
    San Antonio, TX
    I would say:
    1) Rock of your Love - John Hiatt
    2) Full Force Gale - Van Morrison
    3) Wayfarin' Stranger - Various

    The Messengers - check us out on Facebook "The Messengers San Antonio". Sorry for the shameless plug!
     
  14. Sarah93003

    Sarah93003 Friend of Fred

    Hotel California - Eagles

    Truckin' - Grateful Dead

    Ghost Riders In The Sky - The Outlaws
     
  15. 6stings

    6stings Friend of Fred

    Age:
    60
    Aug 14, 2010
    Norway
    My family trio often plays
    1. Sympathy For The Devil - Stones
    2. Waiting For My Man - Velvet Underground
    3. Call Me - hard rock take on Blondie
     
  16. calvin lee

    calvin lee Country Gent

    Age:
    30
    Jan 5, 2011
    new york
    purple rain - prince
    finer than the road - hadden sayers band
    johnny b. goode - chuck berry
     
  17. Topfooldugster

    Topfooldugster Electromatic

    89
    Jan 9, 2011
    108 MIle Ranch BC
    pretty vegas- inxs
    rebel yell- billy idol
    the breakup song-greg kihn
     
  18. Faber

    Faber Electromatic

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    Aug 28, 2009
    Brazil
    - jumpin jack flash
    - highway to hell
    -lil devil (the cult)

    but also like to play proto punk stuffs and some old rock n roll...we have some cool version of rumble in brighton...heavy , dirty and fast
     
  19. Bob M

    Bob M Former Member

    Me and Bobby McGee
    Help Me Make it through the Night
    Heartbreak Hotel-kind of a swing version...

    Would love to see Pilgrims 60 song list. Anyone doing Across the Great Divide is OK in my book.
     
  20. RockingMatt

    RockingMatt Country Gent

    Age:
    53
    Jun 3, 2010
    Landstuhl, Germany
    1. Folsom prison blues
    2. Knockin on heavens door
    3. Bad moon rising
     
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