Other Bands That I Listen To

Well... if you're reading this then you must be interested in what other types of music I listen to. I've surely been exposed to a wide range of music and out of everything I've listened to I have quite a few favorites (I love all of the songs listed here, but I also love most music by these artists as well)!

60's-70's Music
Jefferson Airplane- White Rabbit, Somebody To Love
Jimi Hendrix- All Along The Watchtower, Foxy Lady, Purple Haze
The Doors- Light My Fire, Love Street, Crystal Ship
Three Dog Night- One, Easy To Be Hard
Mamas And The Papas- California Dreaming, Monday Monday, Creek Alley
Mama Cass- Wild Women
Scott Mc Kenzie- San Francisco
Buffalo Springfield- For What Its Worth
Santana- Black Magic Woman
Steppenwolf- Magic Carpet Ride
Crosby, Stills, and Nash- Guinnevere, Suite Judy Blue Eyes, actually pretty much all of their songs from the late 60's (such wonderful guitar playing and harmonies).
Jim Croce- Time In A Bottle, Operator
Bee Gees- Stayin' Alive, Jive Talkin', Night Fever
Doobie Brothers- Black Water
Chicago- If You Leave Me Now
Billy Joel- Just The Way You Are
Elton John- Rocketman
David Bowie- Space Oddity, Let's Dance, 7 Years In Tibet, Last Thing You Should Do
Rolling Stones- Miss You, Honky Tonk Woman, Gimme Shelter
K.C. & The Sunshine Band- Get Down Tonight
Fleetwood Mac- Dreams, Rhiannon, Gypsy
Little River Band- Reminiscing, Lady
Eagles- Hotel California (Unplugged especially), Take It To The Limit
Beatles- Entire 'Revolver' album... really too many to list!
The Kinks

80's Music
Soft Cell- Tainted Love
Culture Club- Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?
Modern English- Melt With You
Simple Minds- Don't You Forget About Me, Alive And Kicking
Tears For Fears- Shout, Everybody Wants To Rule The World
Men At Work- Land Down Under, Who Can It Be Now?
Human League- Don't You Want Me?, Human
David Bowie- Let's Dance
Duran Duran- Rio, Union Of The Snake, View To A Kill
Prince- When Doves Cry (the song from my very first cassette purchase!), Raspberry Beret, Paisley Park, Joy In Repetition, Pop Life... and so many more... (He's one of my very favorite artists... until he hooked up with NPG... oh well... he's still brilliant!)
Sheila E.- Glamerous Life
Flock Of Seagulls- I Ran (So Far Away)
The Clash- Rock The Casbah, London Calling, The Magnificent Seven
Violent Femmes- Blister In The Sun
Peter Gabriel- In Your Eyes, Steam, Sledgehammer
Siouxsie and The Banshees- Israel, Happy House, Peek-A-Boo
Phil Collins- I Don't Care Anymore, In The Air Tonight, That's All
Peter Murphy- Cuts You Up

90's Music
Depeche Mode- Never Let Me Down, Policy Of Truth, Enjoy The Silence, World In My Eyes, It's No Good, Lie To Me... and many more...
Supergrass- Late In The Day, Hollow Little Reign... actually, their whole album 'In It For The Money' was brilliant!
Bjork- Human Behavior, Big Time Sensuality, Venus As A Boy
Smashing Pumpkins- Today, Mayonaise (actually entire Siamese Dream album), Set The Ray To Jerry, too much to list!
Gus Gus -Polyesterday
Grant Lee Buffalo -Bethlehem Steel, Mockingbird (I love his music... it's so relaxing.)
Nine Inch Nails- Closer, Piggy, I'm All Messed Up
Jane's Addiction- Jane Says, Been Caught Stealin'
James- Don't Wait That Long
London Suede- Trash, entire 'Coming Up' Album
Lenny Kravitz- Are You Gonna Go My Way?
Nirvana- Come As You Are, practically anything from the MTV Unplugged Album
Sugarcubes- Birthday
Frank Black- All of his self-titled album... brilliant! (And so many other songs too...)
Pixies- This Monkey's Gone To Heaven
Verve- Bittersweet Symphony
Beck- Entire Odelay album
Pearl Jam- Jeremy, Betterman, Crazy Mary, Yellow Ledbetter, You Are, Sleight Of Hand
Blur- The Universal, Girls And Boys
Sade (Love Deluxe album is fantastic!)
David Bowie - Earthling
Guided By Voices
The Cardigans
Tori Amos
Beastie Boys
Cocteau Twins

2000's Music
Bjork - Vespertine album is soooo wonderful! (and her Greatest Hits as well) David Bowie - Heathen
Paul Oakenfold (especially Swordfish Soundtrack)
Gorillaz- Entire self-titled album
White Stripes- Ball And Biscuit, In Love With A Girl, Seven Nation Army
Chemical Brothers w/Flaming Lips- Golden Path
Jill Scott (I'm in love with her first album... fantastic!)
Aimee Mann
Jane's Addiction- Strays

Jazz/Show Music
Grover Washington Jr. (Saxophone)- Entire Winelight Album (excellent!), Entire The Best Is Yet To Come Album (He's my very favorite jazz artist. I was so sad to hear he passed away a few years ago. I had always hoped to see him live, but that will never be realized. What a contribution he has made to contemporary jazz. He will live on through his music.)
David Sanborn (Saxophone)
Spyro Gyra (Jazz Ensemble)
Larry Hammett Quartet (Jazz Ensemble)
George Benson (Guitar)
Earl Klugh (Guitar)
Ella Fitzgerald
Frank Sinatra
Harry Connick, Jr.
Linda Ronstadt and The Nelson Riddle Orchestra
Barbra Streisand
George And Ira Gershwin (Composers)
Scores For: Star Wars Trilogy, Phantom Of The Opera, Les Miserables

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