Thursday, June 19, 2014


#1411 FRIDAY I'M IN LOVE The Cure
The Cure surprised everyone with their liveliest upbeat song ever when "Friday I'm In Love", written by the group, was unleashed in 1992.

#1412 COME SEE ABOUT ME The Supremes
The 3rd US #1 single of 1964 written by Holland/ Dozier/ Holland for The Supremes.

#1413 IT WASN'T ME Shaggy featuring Rikrok
Shaggy (Orville Burrell) co-wrote the ultimate denial song "It Wasn't Me" in 2001, with Ricardo "Rikrok" Ducent, Shaun Pizzonia and Braun Thompson.

#1414 LEFT IN THE DARK Barbra Streisand
Jim Steinman wrote and produced "Left in the Dark" for Barbra Streisand's 1984 LP 'Emotion'.

#1415 THINGS WE SAID TODAY The Beatles
"Things We Said Today", from 1964's 'A Hard Day's Night', was largely written by Paul McCartney, with some input from John Lennon.

The list is a ranking made up of the songs I enjoy the most, ranked in order of preference: the higher we go, the more I cherish them. Some were released as singles, others as album tracks. Some are obscure; others were worldwide hits or have universal appeal. They aren't always the most famous or popular, but simply a personal choice.This expanded section now includes songs from the last few years. I hope you find some new tracks to love, or re-discover some past favourites.
5 new songs are added every day from #1201-1500

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