70. The Love You Save - Jackson 5
It's true; I could sing every part of this song except Michael's, and often did sing along, especially Jermaine's part.
(starts at 3:05, after some other J5 music)
69. The Supremes - Remove This Doubt.
Back in the bad old days of romance, there would be songs that I would play that reflected my state of mind. This was one. Great strings. Later covered by Elvis Costello.
68. Levon-Elton John
I love it, pretty much for reasons noted here.
Feeling: What's it all about?
67. I Got a Line on You - Spirit
A song from college that I have on vinyl that someone put on a mixed CD for me this century. Loved the doubled guitar line.
66. Summer Days - Bob Dylan
The live versions I found, and there are several, don't quite provide the same sensation as the studio recording..
Feeling: Like dancing.
A truncated album version.
65. Do What You Want to - Billy Preston.
I saw the late Billy Preston at a concert in college. The song starts slowly then speeds up considerably by the end. Great vocal and organ throughout. From the That’s The Way God Planned It album, produced by the late George Harrison.
Feeling: I will you love you anyway.
64. Spencer Davis Group - Keep on Running
This song lives on the bottom. When I used to ride my bike to work, I had this song in mind when taking an incline. Ah, when Steve Winwood was young.
63. A Hard Day's Night - the Beatles.
Love that first chord, the shared vocals, the guitar bridge. Indeed, I have a fondness for the two-minute jazz version on the HDN soundtrack.
62. Lucky Man-Emerson, Lake and Palmer.
Last song on the first album. I used to do a credible simulation of the synth at the end.
Feeling: not so lucky.
61. Pete Townshend - Let My Love Open the Door
I've read that Pete said that this isn't a romantic love song, but a song of religious love. Whatever it is, I'm fond of the instrumentation in the beginning and the harmony vocals as much as anything. Also like the remix he did.
“Banned” in a functional sense
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