Part IX of this countdown we continue with #90 with Ron Kovacs Live on RadioMaxMusic 12pm ET.
This is Part VIII of the countdown and we pick things up with number 137 with Elton John. join Ron Kovacs live on RadioMaxMusic 6pm ET.
In Part VII of this countdown we have made it to number 193 with Lynyrd Skynyrd and Free Bird. Join Ron Kovacs live at 3pm ET for more of the Top 500 Rolling Stone Top 500 Songs of All Time on RadioMaxMusic.
We continue our countdown of the Top 500 Rolling Stone Magazine Songs of All Time with number 241 from Patsy Cline and Fall To Pieces. Join Ron Kovacs live at 6pm ET on RadioMaxMusic.
We pick up our countdown at number 303 with Neil Young and Heart of Gold. Join Ron Kovacs live at 3pm ET on RadioMaxMusic.
Another installment of the Top 500 Rolling Stone Magazine Greatest Songs of All TIme. Join Ron Kovacs as we continue with number 354 from U2 with Beautiful Day. Live 6pm ET on RadioMaxMusic.
Culture Club are an English band that were formed in 1981. The band comprised Boy George (lead vocals), Mikey Craig (bass guitar), Roy Hay (guitar and keyboards) and Jon Moss (drums and percussion). Their second album, Colour by Numbers, sold more than 10 million copies worldwide. It has been certified triple platinum in the UK and quadruple platinum in the US. It was ranked No. 96 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 100 Best Albums of the 1980s and is also included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
The band had several international hits with songs such as “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me”, “Time (Clock of the Heart)”, “I’ll Tumble 4 Ya”, “Church of the Poison Mind”, “Karma Chameleon”, “Miss Me Blind”, “Victims”, “It’s a Miracle”, “The War Song”, “Move Away”, and “I Just Wanna Be Loved”. Boy George’s androgynous style of dressing caught the attention of the public and the media. The group, supporters of the synth pop genre, made numerous forays into reggae and showed a strong propensity for the subgenre of ballads. They are considered one of the most representative and influential groups of the eighties. They have sold more than 50 million records. Ten of their singles reached the US Top 40, where they are associated with the Second British Invasion of British new wave groups that became popular in the United States due to the cable music channel MTV. Culture Club’s music combines British new wave and American soul with Jamaican reggae and also other styles such as calypso, salsa or country. – Wikipedia
Paul Revere & the Raiders, an American rock band, saw considerable U.S. mainstream success in the second half of the 1960s and early 1970s with hits such as “Kicks” (1966; ranked number 400 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time), “Hungry” (1966), “Him Or Me – What’s It Gonna Be?” (1967) and the 1971 No. 1 single “Indian Reservation (The Lament of the Cherokee Reservation Indian)”.
|1||Indian Reservation (The Lament of the Cherokee Reservation Indian)|
|4||Him Or Me, What’s It Gonna Be|
|7||I Had A Dream|
|8||Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon|
|9||Too Much Talk|
|10||Ups And Downs|
|11||Just Like Me|
|12||Birds of a Feather|
|13||Don’t Take It So Hard|
|14||The Great Airplane Strike|
|15||We Gotta All Get Together|
|18||Peace of Mind|
|19||Like, Long Hair|
|21||Powder Blue Mercedes Queen|
|25||Gone Movin’ On|
|27||Louie Go Home|
|28||Ooh Poo Pah Doo|
|31||Shake It Up|
|32||All Over You|
|33||Do Unto Others|
|39||Judge GTO Breakaway|
Grand Funk Railroad (also known as Grand Funk) is an American blues rock band that was highly popular during the 1970s. Grand Funk Railroad toured to packed arenas worldwide. David Fricke of Rolling Stone Magazine said “You cannot talk about rock in the 1970’s without talking about Grand Funk Railroad!” A popular take on the band during its heyday was that, although the critics hated them, audiences loved them. The band’s name is a play on words of the Grand Trunk Western Railroad, a railroad line that ran through the band’s home town of Flint, Michigan. – Wikipedia
|2||We’re an American Band|
|4||Some Kind of Wonderful|
|6||Walk Like a Man|
|7||Rock ‘n’ Roll Soul|
|10||Closer to Home|
|16||Can You Do It|
|19||Mr. Limousine Driver|
|20||Inside Looking Out|
|21||Sin’s a Good Man’s Brother|
|22||People, Let’s Stop the War|
|23||Just Couldn’t Wait|
|25||Stuck in the Middle|