Your ten absolute favourite songs of all-time?


#161

I was very close to putting Heywood Lane in.
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#162

I look forward to hearing your findings


#163

Haha, such a banger.


#164

There’s a strong argument to say that The Sophtware Slump is the best album of the last 20 years.


#165

This is awesome


#166

This is possibly my second favourite list in this thread so far.


#167

Ah thank you. I’m a bit apprehensive about posting in the music threads as my music taste hasn’t really evolved much in the past decade. But I could imagine a neat mix CD of the above.


#168

I c ould pick just 10 Gorky’s songs. Easily. In fact I will.

methu aros tan haf
pen gwag glas
pethau
heart of kentucky
queen of georgia
blood chant
starmoonsun
hush the warmth
christina
pentref wrth y mor


#169

ahhh, ‘The Cedar Room’… I always loved that song. for some reason, I went the best part of a decade without listening to it, then I remembered it recently and put it on. just perfect.


#170

I love threads like this. Nobody mocks, everyone just shares the stuff that means the most to them. It’s how music discussions should go!


#171

yeah, it’s really chill in here. you see something that maybe raises an eyebrow, but you think that person loves that song, and you can’t be cynical about that.


#172

By the way, you chose an EXCELLENT 1969 performance of Dark Star. Very good work!


#173

Ok -

Echo and the Bunnymen - The Killing Moon
Songs: Ohia - Farewell Transmission
PJ Harvey - Big Exit
David Bowie - Five Years
My Bloody Valentine - Only Shallow
Roy Orbison - In Dreams
Radiohead - Daydreaming
Donna Summer - I Feel Love
The Flamingos - I Only Have Eyes For You
Scott Walker - On Your Own Again


#174

I remember the first time I heard farewell transmission I must have played it about 10 times in a row, really something so cathartic about that song.


#175

It still gives me tingles every time. It really is a stunning piece of music, there’s a tragic beauty to it.


#176

mmmm…going to learn it today, thanks :slight_smile:


#177

Ah what a great song to learn to play. No prob.


#178

Good list, I could have picked 10 Jason Molina songs & ended up not putting any on.
Hold On Magnolia, Long Desert Train, Blue Chicago Moon, The Lioness for starters…


#179

I Feel Love never fails to amaze me. 40 years old this year…


#180

Yep, crazy…