30-Day Song Challenge: Day 25

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A song you like by an artist no longer living…

I’ve already posted some Prince videos and I will have to work hard to keep this post trimmed down.

Can’t do a post like this without The King of Rock and Roll…Elvis. I grew up with this music.


 

Then, we can’t do a post with The King of Pop…Michael. His Off The Wall album was the third album I ever owned, behind Surf & Drag and Grease.


 

Next up, The Queen of Disco…Donna. Her music covered my life from 10 years old to 18.


 

The Beatles were never played in my house. Their music was just not part of my childhood. I discovered who they were after they split up and I liked a lot of solo stuff that came out. My favorite was George. I liked his scratchy, squeaky voice. Paul came in second.


 

This one covers two that have left us…Freddie and Bowie. This song spoke to me at 15 and still does to this day (and I was extraordinarily annoyed when Vanilla Ice ripped it off).


 

This came out after I started college. Teena was the Ivory Queen of Soul.


 

Ok. I’m stopping at seven (I could be here all night). I grew up with this music, as well and still remember all the words. I previously posted my favorite of his songs related to the Gold Rush of 1896. So, I will post my second favorite. I give you Johnny Horton.

5 thoughts on “30-Day Song Challenge: Day 25

    the britchy one said:
    December 26, 2018 at 12:44 am

    Oooh there’s some killer tunes there!!

    badfinger20 said:
    December 26, 2018 at 1:13 am

    One of my favorite George songs… loved it in Goodfellas

      The Hinoeuma responded:
      December 26, 2018 at 2:26 am

      I don’t remember it in the movie. But, it’s been years.

      I also like Dark Horse.

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