t13: electric boogaloo

This week: 13 of your favorite songs that are older than you.

1. The Byrds – Turn! Turn! Turn!

2. The Beatles – Eleanor Rigby

3. The Guess Who – American Woman

4. Johnny Cash – Get Rhythm

5. Stephen Sondheim – Being Alive

6. G.F. Handel – Hallelujah Chorus

7. U2 – Sunday Bloody Sunday (hey, they recorded it in 1983)

8. Bob Dylan – The Times They are A-Changin’

9. J.S. Bach – Ave Verum Corpus

10. Billy Joel – Piano Man

11. Elton John – Tiny Dancer

12. Judy Garland – Get Happy

13. Maurice Durufle -Pie Jesu

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3 thoughts on “t13: electric boogaloo

  1. 1) Pink Floyd – Is There Anybody Out There?
    2) U2 – Sunday Bloody Sunday
    3) Andrew Lloyd Webber – The Phantom of the Opera
    4) Bob Dylan – Subterranean Homesick Blues
    5) Paul Simon – You Can Call Me Al (only two months, but it still counts!)
    6) The Eagles – Desperado
    7) Fleetwood Mac – The Chain
    8) Foreigner – Urgent
    9) Soft Cell – Tainted Love
    10) The Beatles – Yesterday
    11) Bonnie Tyler – Total Eclipse of the Heart
    12) Maureen McGovern – Can You Read My Mind
    13) Lorrie Morgan – Something in Red

  2. 1. Under Pressure by David Bowie and Queen. (Used to be my favorite song!)
    2. Tangled Up in Blue by Bob Dylan.
    3. Shelter from the Storm by Bob Dylan. (You can’t have too much Bob!)
    4. Cry Baby Cry by the Beatles.
    5. Don’t Worry Baby by the Beach Boys.
    6. So Far Away by Carole King.
    7. Bitterblue by Cat Stevens.
    8. Drive by the Cars. (Only 2 years older than me!)
    9. Guinnevere by Crosby, Stills, and Nash.
    10. Day After Day by Badfinger.
    11. Wond’ring Aloud by Jethro Tull.
    12. I’ve Seen All Good People/Your Move by Yes.
    13. Behind Blue Eyes by the Who.

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