Raves From the Grave - Your Top 3

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  1. Seventies: The Hollies - Long Cool Woman in a Black Dress. Rolling Stones - Brown Sugar. The Marmalade - Radancer (Took me fcukin ages to find that on YouTube - I couldn't remember the title.)

    So go on, 70s, 80s and 90s. What were your faves?
     
  2. All the Young Dudes - Mott the Hoople
    Once Bitten Twice Shy - Ian Hunter
    Layla - Derek and the Dominoes
     
  3. Anything from Sweet, Bay City Rollers and Brotherhood of Man will do... :roll:
     
  4. Little Rich Girl - The Specials
    Don't Point your Finger - 9 Below Zero
    London Calling - The Clash
    Bob Marley
    The Jam
    Ian Dury
    The Pistols
    The Stranglers (Last seen in Pristina in 02, doing CSE, FFS!!!!!!!!!!)
     
  5. I aint got past the 60's yet! 8)

    Sad as I am: I Put A Spell on You - Nina Simone : Sympathy for the Devil - Stones : Gimme Shelter - Stones :)
     
  6. Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien - Edith Piaf
    The Kids Are Alright - The Who
    Layla - Derek and the Dominoes (album version)
    Freebird - Lynyrd Skynyrd
    A Town Called Malice - The Jam
    Bring Your Daughter To The Slaughter - Iron Maiden
     
  7. Aaargh, The Who! I forgot the long version of Won't Get Fooled Again. Bostin!
     
  8. What's wrong with you blokes? What about Tommy Steele and Doris Day?

    Now they could sing. :?
     
  9. Rock me Amadeus -

    I win! :D
     
  10. old_fat_and_hairy

    old_fat_and_hairy LE Book Reviewer Reviews Editor

    Ah, but remember Al Martino? And Jo Stafford? Now they were singers!

    And Bert Weedon on guitar, or Duane Eddy. And Sandy Nelson on drums.
     
  11. Not faves but still relevant:

    You're in the army now by Status Quo - I was
    Army Dreamers by Kate Bush - I worked with a few of them
    I'm Drinking Again by Jeff Beck (featuring Rod Stewart) - I was
     
  12. Difficult to narrow it down but I can listen to these with ease regularly.

    Shooting Star - Bad Company

    Bell Bottom Blues - Derek & the Dominos

    Johnny Was - Stiff Little Fingers

    An honourable mention to: Turning Japanese - The Vapours, for beating Mary Whitehouse's campaign of lunacy.
     
  13. Come on Irene - Dexys Midnight Runners 1982
     
  14. Bad Company! Excellent - Ready for Love? They are on in Manchester next month
     
  15. Bad Company eh?

    IIRC they were mentioned in one of my confidental reports. Well I'm assuming it was them.