Friday, February 5, 2010

What Are Your Five Favorite Songs?

I thought that this would be a fun topic. If you could play five of your favorite songs on the radio, which ones would you pick? Which songs do you hold dearest to your heart?

I've listed mine below.


Fake Cardinal Egan, bejeez. said...

Warner has a better chance than you.

Cowboy Junkie said...

Your list totally Rocks, CG!
Pat Boone really grooves!

Here are 5 of my all-time favorite songs...

1. Van Morrison- Stop Drinking.

2. Billy Bacon and the Forbidden Pigs - Una mas Cerveza.

3. Asylum Street Spankers - Anti-Freeze.

4. Todd Snider - Stuck on the Corner(of insanity and madness).

5. The Cowlicks - Store No More

Juan More Song List said...

To my knowledge my 5 favorite songs haven't been recorded yet.

"Brother, Can You Spare A Dime" - The F-Man and Trailer Park Outlaws

"We Can't Get There From Here" - Brant and the Chauffeurs

"Take This Job and Shove It" - Mayor Nagin and I Lost the Election

"I Got the Can't Get My Five Favorite Songs Played Blues" - Warner and the Alllll-timers

"Lord, Hear Our Prayer" - Cardinal Egan and The Flock

Keyboard Jockey said...

1. Imus "If I Had A Hammer"

2. Blind Mississippi White Boy PigFeets DuPree "Harold Ford Jr Blues"

3. Tony Powell "That Biatch Is Crazy"

4. Bernie & Lou "Needs More Cowbell'

5. Warner Wolf " Turn Your Sets Off Now"

Keyboard Jockey said...

One More

6. Charles McCord's cover of Steely Dan's "Dirty Work"

Times are hard
You're afraid to pay the fee
So you find yourself somebody
Who can do the job for free

I'm a fool to do your dirty work
Oh yeah
I don't wanna do your dirty work
No more
I'm a fool to do your dirty work
Oh yeah


FakePhyllis said...

CG --

I LOVE your songs -- from Mr. T to the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Wow!

Choosing only five is difficult, but these are dear to my heart:

l. In the Still of the Night -- Five Satins

2. Graceland -- Paul Simon

3. I Fall to Pieces -- Patsy Cline

4. There Will Be Peace in the Valley -- Elvis and The Jordanaires

5. Tennessee Waltz -- UT Pride of the Southland Band

What I'm listening to now:
Mama's Little Baby -- Delbert McClinton

All Time Hall of Fame:
I Don't Want to Have to Marry You -- The F-Man, Author

Do you think mine will be played, CollegeGirl? Me either!

Harold Ford, jr. said...

Love it when the I-Man reads e-mails! Aren't e-mails great?!

CG, here are a few favorite songs..

1. Steam Donkeys - Northern Border Town

1. Steep Canyon Rangers - A Ramblin' Man is a Ramblin' Man

3. Neko Case - Rated X

4. BR549 - Me and Opie

5. Long Gone Lonsome Boys - Divorced and 45

Sarah Palin said...

Hey, I have 5 of my favorite songs wrtten on my hand...

1. Johhnys - The day Marty Robbins Died.

2. Calamity and Main - Empty Whiskey Bottles.

3. Chinese Brothers - Product of Dysfunction.

4. Mat D And The Profane Saints - Spark Plug Rain

5. Joe Ely - All Just To Get To You

Rock on, I-Man! thanks for the shout-out!

Sarah... said...

Look, I-Man, Obama using a teleprompter during speech to 6th graders! haha

Mike said...

It's too hard for me to pick my five favorite songs, so I will instead pick my five favorite bumpers from IITM:

1) Tom Sawyer - Rush (duh!)
2) Somethin' You've Got - Alvin Robinson
3) How Long - The Eagles
4) Kodachrome - Paul Simon
5) Running on Empty - Jackson Browne

Anonymous said...

Nat King Cole-Send for me.. Credence Clearwater revival-Born on the Bayou.. Dean Martin-Your nobody till somebody loves you.. Bobby Gentry-Ode to Billy Joe.. The Hollies-The air that I Breathe. Here are five of my favorite songs. I look forward to hearing more great music on your show. I never thought any show could top Fox and friends. You are unique in all the world. I can count on you and your team to provide endless belly laughs..What is the name of the song with the really fast guitar riffs that you play before you go to a break? I loved your bondage brownie story today. Do you have an official fan club? I look
forward to your show every morning. Sincerely, Margi Wright

FakePhyllis said...

CG --

Notes on your hands is called a Hillbilly Teleprompter. I'm a (little bit) Hillbilly so I know from experience.

Sarah could learn from Dagen to use an acronym. I'll never forget PIGS -- Portugal, Italy, Greece, and Spain. Thanks, Dagen.

Acronyms got me through graduate school -- writing on my hands got me through 4th grade. I'm just sayin'.

Barrack said...

4th grade? wow, sounds like an insult. Time to donate more money to Palin.

Palin is so smart! She certainly knows how to generate dollars! The more insults, the more that green cash flows in...

Andrew Cuomo said...

Wonder if Imus will ask David Patterson what his 5 favorite songs are?!

Al said...

My 5 favorites...

1. 'Can't you hear me knocking', by The Stones!

2. 'Pink Cadillac, by The Boss!

3. 'Memphis', by Lonnie Mack

4. 'The Wanderer', by the Great DION!

5..'Love Shack', by the B-52's

Dave Hartley said...

I'm a jazz guitarist, so my list has NO chance of being played unless Charles was in charge.

Just wanted to make a comment about the "Blind Boys of Alabama". Has anybody else noticed that they aren't really singing the melody of "Amazing Grace" ? It's actually the melody to "The House of The Rising Sun".
Little bit of irony there, I would say.

Maybe I just don't get the joke, but Don should know this, considering he says he has listened to gospel music since he was a kid.

Al said...

Dave, If I remember correctly, Imus wanted the Blind Boys to sing 'House of the Rising Sun' for an upcoming Imus Ranch record, but the Blind Boys didn't want to sing that particular song...

So, maybe they are compromising by using the melody of 'House of the Rising Sun', while singing 'Amazing Grace'...

Bobbie said...

Have the "Blind Boys" recorded that version? I like it.

CG said...

Hah, I had never noticed that about the Blind Boys...that's pretty funny.

Thanks for all the songs! I actually want to check out a lot of these.

If I had to create another 5 Favorites list, I'd send in the following webpage. (My #4 song was also on here.) I CANNOT recommend this article enough, for its pure entertainment/awkward hilarity value:

The telePrompter picture is pretty good, but I really liked when they were discussing Obama's "corpsman" mistake on the program (he had mispronounced it as "corpse-man" repeatedly in a speech). Charles randomly started talking about how he had spent all this time researching archaic definitions and tons of alternate pronunciations and meanings for the word, and for some reason I found this endearing. Charles is awesome

Sarah from Alaska said...

Hi Kids,

Look what I found...the Obama-Corpsman video! haha

Keith Charles Dovoric said...

1. Bird on the Wire (L. Cohen)
2. A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall (B. Dylan)
3. Happiness Is a Warm Gun (J. Lennon and P. McCartney)
4. Moon River (J. Mercer and H. Mancicni)
5. This Land Is Your Land (W. Guthrie; trad. music)

Keith Charles Dovoric said...


Tennessee Waltz
Bridge Over Troubled Water
My Way
Rockin' in the Free World

Keith Charles Dovoric said...

Quite a prosaic list of mine, I know. But in a nuclear holocaust it would definitely serve its purpose. (Actually, it's all just formality; give me any Leonard Cohen song by itself and I am content.)