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Animals, Barcelona, and Bob Marley: Songs you shoud know: Smells like teen Spirit-Nirvana Nothing Else matters-Metallica Satisfaction The Rolling Stones Knockin on Heaven's door Bob Dylan All Along the Watchtower- Jimmy Hendrix Paranoid Black Sabbath Bohemian Rhapsody-Queen London Calling-The Clash Thrilier-Michael Jackson November Rain Guns'n'Roses Stairway to Heaven-Led Zeppelin Child In time-Deep Purple Wish you were here-Pink Floyd Brothers in Arms-Dire Stralts Music-lohn Milles Hotel California-The Eagles Thunderstruck-AC/DC Imagine-John Lennon Let it be-Beatles Calfornication-Red hot chill Peppers Hymn barclay james harvest Fear oft he dark-Iron Maiden Locomotive breath- lethro Tull luly morning-Uriah Heep Always on my Mind - Elvis Presley Sound of Silence Simon and Garfunkel Don't stop believing Journey Space Oddity-David Bowie Dancing in the dark-Bruce Springsteen One-Johnny Cash My Way-Frank Sinatra Tears in Heaven-Eric Clapton Summer ol 69-Bryan Adams Alrica-Toto One-U2 Redemption Song-Bob Marley Fatherand son-Cat Stevens Careless whisper George Michael Whata wonderful world-Louis Armstrong In the airtonight Phil Collins Wind ofchange Scorpions Fragile Siing Every breath you take The Police Freebird-Lynyrd Skynyrd Johnny be good Chuck'Berry Holy Diver-Dio Dancing Queen Abba Barcelona - Freddie Mercury/Montserrat Cabelle My Generation The Who The End The Doors Baby Love Mother's Finest Land down under-Men at Work Hallelujah-lelf Buckley Black hole sun -Soundgarden Seven Nation Army-White Stripes witha llttie helptrom my friends Joe Cocker ivinon a prayer-Bon Jovi Me and Bobby Mcnee-Janis Joplin The LadyIn Chris de Burgh House of the rising Suno Animals ake me home country roadsolohn Denver Lemon tree-Fools Garden Eye of the Tiger-Survivor Jump-Van Halen la GrangeoZZ Top fee Back to black Amy Winehouse The final Countdown Europe Learn to fly- Foo Fighters The Lady In Re Red More thana ling-Boston Music is a special thing No one have the same taste of music. So please respect everyone who live his kind of music. The songs above are my top iconic songs I choose only one song per band because otherwise the list woud be to long. But now its your turn.. what song/band is missing? Do you agree? (Not mine, can’t remember OP, sorry)

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Beautiful, Chelsea, and Coldplay: 40+ of the SADDEST SON GS EVER Mainstream and otherwise 1."Hurt" , Johnny Cash ( Written by Nine inch nails.) 2. "Fall from grace", Future Islands 3. "How to disappear completely", Radioheac 4. "Fade to black", Metallica 5. Little sun", Blues pills 6. Everybody hurts", R.E.M 7. Strange fruits", Billy Holiday 8. "Hallelujah", Jeff Buckley (Written by Leonard Cohen) 9."Hero", Regina Spektor 10. Wish you were here", Pink Floyd 11. Polly come home", Robert Plant feat. Alison Krauss 12. "Don't panic", Coldplay 13. "Fade into you", Mazzy star 14. Flatlands", Chelsea Wolfe 15. "Gorecki", Lamb 16."Mother's little helper", Arno (Written by The Rolling stones) 17. The sparrow" , Mastodon 19. Time in A Bottle", Jim Croce 20. Troy", Sinead O'connor 21."Life less ordinary", The Bronx 22·"Suicide Note, Pt. 1",Pantera 23."Do you feel it?", Chaos chaos 24. Family portrait", Pink 25. "Albatross", Fleetwood Mac (Instrumental) 26."Then came the last days of May", Blue Öyster Cult 27."Marrow", YOB 28."1 Will Wait For You", Connie Francis 29."La vie en rose", Edith Piaf 30."The show must go on", Queen 31."Fjara", Solstafir 32. Over my shoulder", MIKA 33. Time", Hans Zimmer (Instrumenta) 34. "A simple mistake", Anathema 35."Changes", Charles Bradley ( Written by Black Sabbath) 36."I started a joke", Bee Gees 37."In the shade of the sun", Kapitan Korsakov 38. "Comforting sounds", Mew 39. Time flies", Vaya con Dios 40."Evil", Interpol 41. "Needle in the hay", Elliot Smith 42. "Cleanin' out my closet", Eminem 43. "Angels, The XX 44."Hutt 45. "The End", The Doors ( Apocalypse Now... That intro.) 46. "Jordan", Rival Sons 47."White Trash Beautiful", Everlast 48. Roads", Portishead 49. Black", Pearl Jam 50. The needle and the damage done", Neil Young erite mile", 16 Horsepower Who wants some feels?

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Black History Month, Fire, and Life: <p><a href="https://libertarirynn.tumblr.com/post/170744530739/black-history-month-day-10-gospelblues-singer" class="tumblr_blog">libertarirynn</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Black history month day 10: Gospel/Blues singer Blind Willie Johnson.</p> <p>Johnson was born to sharecroppers in a small town near Waco, Texas on January 25, 1897. His mother died when he was only 4, and his father remarried. When he was five years old his father gave him a cigar box guitar as his first instrument. He was not born blind, but acquired the condition early in life. It is unclear exactly how, although some historians agree that he was blinded after being splashed in the face with a caustic liquid by his stepmother. Other theories are that he was wearing the wrong glasses or that he viewed a partial solar eclipse that was visible over Texas in 1905. At any rate, Johnson became a musician and street preacher, earning change on street corners for his performances. In 1927 he recorded several sessions at a pop up studio with talent scout Frank Buckley Walker, Who also discovered stars such as Hank Williams. Johnson was given $50 for each usable side, plus a bonus for relinquishing any royalties from the sales of the records.</p> <p>He had four more recording sessions and a fairly successful career as a recording artist and street preacher until the great depression minimized his audience. In 1945, his home was destroyed by a fire but he continued to live in the ruins as he had nowhere else to go. Because of these living conditions he was exposed to the humidity and contracted malarial fever. The local hospitals would not admit him, either because of his visual impairment or because of his race. Over the course of the year his condition steadily worsened and he died on September 18, 1945. His death certificate reported syphilis and blindness as contributing factors.</p> <p>Johnson’s music was revived in the 1960s thanks in large part to his inclusion on Harry Smith’s Anthology of American Folk Music in 1952 and the efforts of the blues guitarist Reverend Gary Davis, a highly regarded figure in New York’s blossoming folk scene who taught Johnson’s music to young musicians. This led to his music being re-interpreted by acts like Peter, Paul and Mary and Bob Dylan. </p> <p>This is the only known picture of Blind Willie Johnson.</p></blockquote> <p>And I just have to include one of his most famous songs, in fact one that was selected by Carl Sagan and others to be placed on Voyager 1 (which is now the furthest man-made object from earth at over 10,000,000,000 miles away) in case extraterrestrial beings ever came across it and wanted to learn something about the people of earth. No words, just plaintive humming. Meant to represent abject and total loneliness: <a href="https://youtu.be/BNj2BXW852g">https://youtu.be/BNj2BXW852g</a></p>

libertarirynn: Black history month day 10: Gospel/Blues singer Blind Willie Johnson. Johnson was born to sharecroppers in a small town nea...

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Black History Month, Fire, and Life: <p>Black history month day 10: Gospel/Blues singer Blind Willie Johnson.</p> <p>Johnson was born to sharecroppers in a small town near Waco, Texas on January 25, 1897. His mother died when he was only 4, and his father remarried. When he was five years old his father gave him a cigar box guitar as his first instrument. He was not born blind, but acquired the condition early in life. It is unclear exactly how, although some historians agree that he was blinded after being splashed in the face with a caustic liquid by his stepmother. Other theories are that he was wearing the wrong glasses or that he viewed a partial solar eclipse that was visible over Texas in 1905. At any rate, Johnson became a musician and street preacher, earning change on street corners for his performances. In 1927 he recorded several sessions at a pop up studio with talent scout Frank Buckley Walker, Who also discovered stars such as Hank Williams. Johnson was given $50 for each usable side, plus a bonus for relinquishing any royalties from the sales of the records.</p> <p>He had four more recording sessions and a fairly successful career as a recording artist and street preacher until the great depression minimized his audience. In 1945, his home was destroyed by a fire but he continued to live in the ruins as he had nowhere else to go. Because of these living conditions he was exposed to the humidity and contracted malarial fever. The local hospitals would not admit him, either because of his visual impairment or because of his race. Over the course of the year his condition steadily worsened and he died on September 18, 1945. His death certificate reported syphilis and blindness as contributing factors.</p> <p>Johnson&rsquo;s music was revived in the 1960s thanks in large part to his inclusion on Harry Smith&rsquo;s Anthology of American Folk Music in 1952 and the efforts of the blues guitarist Reverend Gary Davis, a highly regarded figure in New York&rsquo;s blossoming folk scene who taught Johnson&rsquo;s music to young musicians. This led to his music being re-interpreted by acts like Peter, Paul and Mary and Bob Dylan. </p> <p>This is the only known picture of Blind Willie Johnson.</p>

Black history month day 10: Gospel/Blues singer Blind Willie Johnson. Johnson was born to sharecroppers in a small town near Waco, Texas on...

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