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01-Animals-~-House-of-The-Rising-Son-1964 The House of the Rising Sun (4:30)
The Animals 

 
Released June 19, 1964 in the U.K and August 1964 in the U.S this traditional American Folk song was recorded in just one take on 18th May 1964. It became a true trans-Atlantic hit, topping both the U.K pop singles chart, in July 1964 and the U.S. pop singles chart two months later in September 1964, when it became the first British Invasion number one unconnected with The Beatles; it was the group's breakthrough hit in both countries and became their signature song.
02-Aretha-Franklin-~-Respect-1967 Respect (2:27)
Aretha Franklin
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This song was written and originally released by recording artist Otis Redding in 1965. It became a 1967 hit and signature song for R&B singer Aretha Franklin. The music in the two versions is significantly different, and through a few minor changes in the lyrics, the stories told by the songs have a different flavor. Franklin's cover was a landmark for the feminist movement, and is often considered as one of the best songs of the R&B era, earning her two Grammy Awards in.
The Thrill Is Gone (5:26)
B.B. King 
Recorded in June 1969 for his album Completely Well, released the same year. When released as a single in December 1969, the song became the biggest hit of King's career and his signature song. B. B. King's recording earned him a Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance and a Grammy Hall of Fame award in 1998. King's version of the song was also placed at number 183 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest songs ever.
Can't Buy Me Love (2:15)
The Beatles

 
It was recorded on 29 January 1964 at EMI's Pathe Marconi Studios in Paris, France. The song was written under the pressure of the success achieved by "I Want to Hold Your Hand" which had just reached number one in America. When pressed by American journalists in 1966 to reveal the song's "true" meaning, McCartney stated that "I think you can put any interpretation you want on anything, but when someone suggests that 'Can't Buy Me Love' is about a prostitute, I draw the line." He went on to say: "The idea behind it was that all these material possessions are all very well, but they won't buy me what I really want."
Call Me (3:32)
Blondie 
It was released in the U.S in February 1980. It peaked at No.1 for 6 consecutive weeks. It was certified Gold and was the bands biggest selling U.S single. It was released in the U.K two months later, where it became Blondie's fourth U.K no.1 single in little over a year. The song, originaly written as the main theme of the film American Gigolo, was also played on a British Telecom advert from the 1980s.
Lay Lady Lay (3:18)
Bob Dylan
This song was written by Bob Dylan and originally released in 1969 on his Nashville Skyline album. Like many of the tracks on the album, Dylan sings the song in a low croon, rather than in the high nasal singing style associated with his earlier recordings. The song has gone on to become a standard and has been covered by numerous bands and artists over the years, including The Byrds, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, The Everly Brothers, Melanie, The Isley Brothers, Duran Duran, Magnet, Hoyt Axton and Ministry, amongst others.
No Woman No Cry (Live) (7:07)
Bob Marley & the Wailers
It first became known in 1974 through the studio album Natty Dread. The live version from the 1975 album Live! is perhaps the best known, it was this version which was released on the greatest hits compilation Legend. The original demo version of the song which is unreleased was a Gospel version. This version had only the piano riff as the main instrument and was recorded in London for Island Records in 1973 with Peter Tosh and some unknown female backing singers
Johnny B Goode (2:40)
Chuck Berry 
A 1958 rock and roll song written and originally performed by American musician Chuck Berry. The song was a major hit among both black and white audiences peaking at No. 2 on Billboard magazine's Hot R&B Sides chart and No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song is one of Chuck Berry's most famous recordings, has been covered by many artists, and has received several honors and accolades. It is also considered to be one of the most recognizable songs in music history.
China Girl (4:17)
David Bowie 
A song co-written by David Bowie and Iggy Pop during their years in Berlin, first appearing on Pop's album The Idiot (1977). It was more widely popularized when it was rerecorded and released by Bowie on his album Let's Dance (1983). Bowie decided to put the song on his album when Pop, his friend and musical collaborator, was in financial straits (due to his struggle with drug addiction) and was close to facing bankruptcy. Bowie decided to release the song on Let's Dance so that Pop could collect half the royalties (as co-writer of the track) and get back on his feet financially
Sultans of Swing (5:46)
Dire Straits

 
This was the first single release of the British rock band Dire Straits; first released in 1978, its 1979 re-release caused it to become a U.K. and U.S. hit. The song was written by Mark Knopfler whilst in a bar in South London, the inspiration came from a jazz band playing in the corner of an otherwise deserted pub. The album version of the song featured a critically acclaimed extended guitar solo, reaching No. 22 on Guitar World's list of the greatest guitar solos and No. 32 on Rolling Stone Magazine's list of greatest guitar songs
Suspicious Minds (4:34)
Elvis Presley 
This a song written by American songwriter Mark James, that after a failure of his own recording, was handed to Elvis Presley by producer Chips Moman becoming one of his most notable hits and a number one in 1969, "Suspicious Minds" was widely regarded as the single that returned Presley's career success, following '68 Comeback Special. It was his seventeenth and last number-one single in the United States. Rolling Stone later ranked it No. 91 on their list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
Hotel California (6:30)
The Eagles
The title song from the Eagles' album of the same name and was released as a single in February 1977. It is one of the best-known songs of the album-oriented rock era. Writing credits for the song are shared by Don Felder, Don Henley and Glenn Frey. The Eagles' original recording of the song features Henley singing the lead vocals and concludes with an extended section of electric guitar interplay between Felder and Joe Walsh
November Rain (8:57)
Guns N' Roses 
Written by lead singer Axl Rose and released as a single in June 1992 it appears on the album Use Your Illusion I. The music video for this song was also released in 1992, and won an MTV Video Music Award for Best Cinematography. It features a sweeping orchestral backing and is one of Guns N' Roses' longest songs. November Rain" reached No. 3 in the Billboard Singles Charts.
Kashmir (8:32)
Led Zeppelin 
This is a song from their sixth album Physical Graffiti, released in 1975. It was written by Jimmy Page and Robert Plant (with contributions from John Bonham) over a period of three years, with the lyrics dating back to 1973. The song centres around a signature chord progression guitar riff, which first appeared on Page's home-studio work tapes and was an extension of a guitar-cycle that Page had been working on for years. . The song runs for 8:32, a length that radio stations usually consider too long to play. However, upon its release radio stations had no problem playing "Kashmir", especially after seeing "Stairway to Heaven", which was almost as long, do so well.
Whats Going On (3:05)
Marvin Gaye 
Written by Renaldo "Obie" Benson, Al Cleveland, and Marvin Gaye. It was the title track of Gaye's groundbreaking 1971 Motown album What's Going On, and it became a crossover hit single that reached #2 on the pop charts and No. 1 on the R&B charts. A meditation on the troubles and problems of the world, the song proved a timely and relatable release, and it marked Gaye's departure from the pop stylings of 1960s-era Motown towards more personal material.
Comfortably Numb (6:24)
Pink Floyd 
One of the most famous Pink Floyd songs and renowned especially for its guitar solos. In 2004, the song was ranked number 314 on Rolling Stone Magazine's list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. In 2005, it was the last song ever to be performed by Waters, Gilmour, Wright, and Mason together. In 2011, the song was ranked 5th in the BBC Radio 4's Listener's Desert Island Discs choices.
Honky Tonk Women (3:01)
The Rolling Stones 

 
Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards while on holiday in Brazil from late December 1968 to early January 1969. Inspired by Brazilian gauchos at the ranch where Jagger and Richards were staying in Matão, São Paulo, the song was originally conceived as an acoustic country song. Two versions of the song were recorded by the band: the familiar hit which appeared on the 45 single and their collection of late 1960s singles, Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2); and a honky-tonk version entitled "Country Honk" with slightly different lyrics, which appeared on Let It Bleed
Pretty Woman (2:58)
Roy Orbison 
Released in August 1964, which was a worldwide success for Roy Orbison. Recorded on the Monument Records label in Nashville, Tennessee, it was written by Roy Orbison and Bill Dees. The song spent three weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100. "Oh, Pretty Woman" was also Orbison's third single to top the British singles chart (for a total of three weeks). The previous Orbison singles to reach No.1 in the U.K were "Only the Lonely" in 1960 and "It's Over" earlier in 1964.
With Or Without You (4:56)
U2 
The third track from their 1987 album, The Joshua Tree, and was released as the album's first single on 21 March 1987. The song was the group's most successful single at the time, becoming their first number-one hit in the both the United States and Canada by topping the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks and the RPM national singles chart for one week. Ostensibly a troubled love song, the track's lyrics were inspired by Bono's conflicting feelings about the lives he led as a musician and domestic man.
Baba O'Riley (5:00)
The Who 
Written by Pete Townshend for the English rock band The Who. Roger Daltrey sings most of the song, with Pete Townshend singing the middle eight: "Don't cry/don't raise your eye/it's only teenage wasteland". The title of the song is derived from this combination of the song's philosophical and musical influences: Meher Baba and Terry Riley.
Rough Boy (4:52)
ZZ Top 
This was the third single by American rock band ZZ Top from their album Afterburner. The song reached No. 5 on the Mainstream Rock charts and No. 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, as well as No. 23 in the U.K Top 40. Unlike the other songs on the album, this song has a much slower tempo and is more of a power ballad. It also shares a similar, though much slower, tune to their song 'Leila' from their album El Loco.

 

 

House of the Rising Sun - The AnimalsRespect - Aretha FranklinClick on my tail for JJ's Full Music Library at O'Tool's, Karon Beach, Phuket

House of the Rising Sun - The AnimalsRespect - Aretha FranklinClick on my tail for JJ's Full Music Library at O'Tool's, Karon Beach, Phuket

 

House of the Rising Sun - The AnimalsRespect - Aretha FranklinClick on my tail for JJ's Full Music Library at O'Tool's, Karon Beach, Phuket

House of the Rising Sun - The AnimalsRespect - Aretha FranklinClick on my tail for JJ's Full Music Library at O'Tool's, Karon Beach, Phuket

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