Love Her Madly
Jim Morrison's fiery spirit mixes with a sense of world-weariness on this bluesy classic from their final album.
Money for Nothing
Do you think guest vocalist Sting, or anyone from his generation, still wants their MTV quite so badly?
You gotta love bands where it's much easier to talk about which members have NOT slept with each other. Yet.
Foreplay / Long Time
Who needs air guitar? The beginning of this classic rock track instantly turns any desk into an air Hammond Organ.
If your young children ask, just tell them this song's lyrics are about baking cakes and pies, stuff like that.
How many Cream fans over the years do you think have painted their rooms white and gotten black curtains?
Down on the Corner
If the bass, cowbell and sing-along vocals here can't cheer you up, you must be having a real bad day.
Brown Eyed Girl
With talent comes some crazy: Van Morrison told Time Magazine he's written 300 songs better than this one.
A rock opera about a deaf, dumb and blind kid who can play pinball? Great drugs back in those days, huh?
Run Like Hell
If you listen to music while jogging, this song's good for keeping you going after you hit your, yup, wall.
Dust in the Wind
Honky Tonk Women
"Hey, Keith, you wanna spend the holidays in Brazil and write a song about hookers?" "Sure thing, Mick!"
A tale of teens coming of age in the backseat of a '60 Chevy; is Seger besting Springsteen at his own game?
You think English chaps are so polite, so sophisticated, and then you hear these lyrics.. guess not!
Go Your Own Way
One of many sunny-sounding, lyrically sad Fleetwood Mac songs. They're like the Beach Boys on downers.
If you're getting tired late at night on the highway, this classic rock song is good for another 10 miles, easily.
Very cool that this band could do traditional rock music and, later, the Michael McDonald-era soul style so well.
What's it been, forty years, and still nobody can make their drums sound as great as John Bonham does here?
Won't Get Fooled Again
It's true, The Who don't get fooled much, but even they didn't see the end of 'the Sixth Sense' coming.
Just as someone at every U.S. rock show yells out for 'Free Bird,' in Finland, they call for 'Paranoid.'