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Here are some of my favoriate songs: How Low - By Ludacris, Haven’t Met You Yet - By Michael Bubl, Brown Eyed Handsome Man - By Chuck Berry, In Bloom - By Nirvana, Kandi - By One Eskimo, Paparazzi - By Lady Gaga, Walk on the Wild Side - By Lou Reed, Call Me - By Blondie, We Are The World 25 For Haiti - By Artists For Haiti, This Too Shall Pass - By Ok Go, Blitzkrieg Bop - By Ramones, Walk This Way - By Run-DMC, Halfway Gone - By Lifehouse, Live Like We’re Dying - By Kris Allen, Folsom Prison Blues - By Johnny Cash, Eight Miles High - By The Byrds.

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Music you should try listening to

Here are a few of mine that I doubt will be on any other of this site’s user favorites lists:

Miroirs: Alborada del gracioso by Maurice Ravel
Performer: Earl Wild (Piano)
Period: 20th Century
Written: 1904-1905; France
Ivory Classics 70805

Menotti: “Sebastian” Barcarolle
Philadelphia Orch / Eugene Ormandy
CBS MLK-45660

Jazz Suite #2 (Suite for Promenade Orchestra) Excerpts Shostakovich | Riccardo Chailly, conductor
Royal Concertgebouw Orch / Riccardo Chailly
Lon 433702-2

J Strauss: “Kaiserwalzer,” Op 437
London Phil / Franz Welser-Möst
EMI CDC7-54089-2

Anonymous: “Greensleeves to A Ground”
Richard Harvey,Jakob Lindberg
ASV CDGAU-117

Vaughan Williams: Fantasia on “Greensleeves”
Philadelphia Orch / Eugene Ormandy
Sony SBK-62645

Grofé: “Grand Canyon Suite” Cloudburst
Pittsburgh Sym Orch / Lorin Maazel
Sony SK-52491

Liszt: Concert paraphrase on Verdi’s “Aida”
Daniel Barenboim
Warner Classics 69785-2

Whitacre: “Water Night”
Noel Edison
Elora Festival Singers
Naxos 8.559677

mathur12690's picture

good songs they are… my

good songs they are… my favourites are by linkin park and enrique..

David Smith's picture

Music

I have a collection over 23 gigs on iTunes I could never pic my favorite.

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