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To continue with the current trend of music threads ;) I thought you might like to take a trip down musical memory lane and choose your favorite songs of each decade. Take your time, I know these decisions aren't easy. :)
 

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1. Layla - Derek and The Dominoes
2. River - Joni Mitchell
3. Southern Man - Neil Young
4. Brain Damage - Pink Floyd
5. Casey Jones - The Grateful Dead
6. Alison - Elvis Costello
7. The Heart of Saturday Night - Tom Waits
8. Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin
9. War Pigs - Black Sabbath
10. Dancing with the Moonlit Knight - Genesis (with Peter Gabriel)
 

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i'll start with my mellow faves... :)

-Fire & Rain, James Taylor
-You've Got A Friend, James Taylor
-Horse with No Name, America
-Heart of Gold, Neil Young
-Big Yellow Taxi, Joni Mitchell
-Sounds of Silence, Simon & Garfunkel
-Let It Be, Beatles
-You're So Vain, Carly Simon
-So Far Away, Carole King
-Desperado, Eagles

and Clapton's Wonderful Tonight...
 

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Hi :wavey:
 

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Lol, there's no reason why you should know Eric's band was called Derek and the Dominoes. ;) It was a one-off thing anyway and you're right. Everyone refers to it as a Clapton song, which it is (apart from the enormous contribution of the inimitable Duane Allman :p ).
 

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A Case Of You - Joni Mitchell
Free Man In Paris - Joni Mitchell
River - Joni Mitchell
On Saturday Afternoons In 1963 - Rickie Lee Jones
Wuthering Heights - Kate Bush
Heart Of Glass - Blondie
Hong Kong Garden - Siouxsie and the Banshees
Brass In Pocket - Pretenders
Knowing Me Knowing You - ABBA
They Don't Know - Kirsty MacColl
 

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Alright, more contributions! :bounce:

That's a great list, MirjanaLFan! :) Especially all the Joni songs. And Wuthering Heights is just wonderful. It's a fitting title considering the heights Kate Bush could reach. ;)
 
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