Top 100 Songs of All Time

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Here you can listen to Top 100 songs of all time. Perhaps you began tinkering with this list upon hearing your favorite radio station played out a list of top 100 songs of all time.

It is very difficult to do a representation of the greatest songs of all time. Several of the top 100 songs of all time, which you will hear in this playlist, do fall under the heading of so-called "classic rock". However, we tried to put together as many different genres, as we could.

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You probably grew drained of classic rock, since classic rock actually is just '70s era rock music, with some exclusion from the '60s and '80s. While the phrase "rock and roll" comprises rock music from the mid-'50s to the end of the '80s, classic rock is in fact much more specific, centering almost entirely on guitar-driven rock music from 1970s. If you go even farther back into the past, and try to understand as much as you could about the blues and early rock and roll, you will find out more about the music.
The blues, like jazz, is a difficult art form to study. It is even more difficult, if you have only listened to popular music, because the blues, unlike rock and roll, is not articulate. Real blues and jazz depends greatly on improvisation and, in many ways, is much more pure. However, to those who are not acquainted with it, the blues is neither fascinating nor interesting at first. It takes time to get into it and it takes serious work to actually understand it, but once you are through the door, you will discover that the blues is the most satisfying music you will ever hear.

If you study Eric Clapton's life story, you may get struck by his explanation of the blues: "The blues is a style of music that was born from the union between African and European folk cultures, conceived in slavery, and fostered in the Mississippi delta. It has its own scale, its own laws and traditions, and its own language. In my view it's a celebration of triumph over adversity, full of humor, double entendre, and irony, and it's very rarely, if ever, depressing to listen to. It can be, and usually is, the most uplifting music you will ever hear." Clapton is an ambassador of the blues. Most people consider him as a rock musician, but he is actually a blues man.
Presented Top 100 songs of all time playlist is greatly influenced by rock music. Yeah, there are a lot of basic rock songs on the list, but is that really a surprise? Some of those songs are simply too good to abandon.
Words "Top 100 songs of all time" leave a trace of doubt . Creating such a list is a quite subjective procedure, and this list is entirely an opinion. This list is not identified as the most influential, the best list, or maybe the most popular list all time.
Your opinion, recommendation, or advice how to make the list of Top 100 songs better is highly welcomed.
The list includes as many original album versions of the songs as possible. Now, click on play and enjoy listening as much as you can!
Top 100 songs of all time playlist contains this artists and songs:
1 John Lennon: Imagine
2 Rolling Stones: Satisfaction
3 Metallica: Nothing Else Matters
4 Beach Boys: Good Vibrations
5 Bob Dylan: Like A Rolling Stone
6 Beatles: Hey Jude
7 Ray Charles: What'd I Say (Live Berlin) 1962
8 The Who: My Generation
9 Jeff Buckley: Hallelujah
10 Michael Jackson: Billie Jean
11 Beatles: Let It Be
12 Chuck Berry: Johnny B. Goode
13 Beatles: Yesterday
14 Elvis Presley: Hound Dog
15 Bruce Springsteen: Born To Run
16 The Ronettes: Be My Baby
17 Beatles: In My Life
18 Beach Boys: God Only Knows
19 Bob Dylan: Blowin' in The Wind
20 Derek And The Dominos: Layla
21 Otis Redding: (Sitting On) The Dock Of The Bay
22 Beatles: Help
23 Johnny Cash: I Walk The Line
24 R.E.M.: Losing My Religion
25 Led Zeppelin: Stairway To Heaven
26 Rolling Stones: Sympathy For The Devil
27 The Doors: Light My Fire
28 U2: One
29 Bob Marley: No Woman No Cry
30 Rolling Stones: Gimme Shelter
31 Buddy Holly: That'll Be The Day
32 Band: The Weight
33 Nirvana: Smells Like Teen Spirit
34 Kinks: Waterloo Sunset
35 Little Richard: Tutti Frutti
36 Pink Floyd: Wish You Were Here
37 The Righteous Brothers: You've Lost That Loving Feeling
38 Chuck Berry: Maybellene
39 Ray Charles: Georgia On My Mind
40 Beatles: I Want To Hold Your Hand
41 Elvis Presley: Heartbreak Hotel
42 Simon And Garfunkel: Bridge Over Troubled Water
43 Queen: Bohemian Rhapsody
44 Jimi Hendrix: All Along The Watchtower
45 The Eagles: Hotel California
46 REM: Everybody hurts
47 Smokey Robinson: The Tracks Of My Tears
48 David Bowie: Heroes
49 Grandmaster Flash: The Message
50 Prince: When Doves Cry
51 Sex Pistols: Anarchy In The U K
52 Percy Sledge: When A Man Loves A Woman
53 Little Richard: Long Tall Sally
54 Procol Harum: A Whiter Shade Of Pale
55 Bob Dylan: The Times They Are A-changin'
56 Bob Marley: Redemption Song
57 Stevie Wonder: Superstition
58 Jimi Hendrix: Purple Haze
59 The Impressions: People Get Ready
60 Tina Turner: River Deep, Mountain High
61 Jerry Lee Lewis: Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On
62 Al Green: Let's Stay Together
63 Dire Straits: Tunnel of Love
64 Buffalo Springfield: For What It's Worth
65 The Beatles: She Loves You
66 Cream: Sunshine Of Your Love
67 Elvis Presley: Jailhouse Rock
68 Bob Dylan: Tangled Up In Blue
69 Roy Orbison: Crying
70 Dionne Warwick: Walk On By
71 Beach Boys: California Girls
72 James Brown: Papa's Got A Brand New Bag, Pt.1
73 Cochran Eddie: Summertime Blues
74 Led Zeppelin: Whole Lotta Love
75 The Beatles: Strawberry Fields Forever
76 Elvis Presley: Mystery Train
77 James Brown: I Feel Good
78 The Byrds: Mr. Tambourine Man
79 The Beatles: A Day In The Life
80 The Kingsmen: Louie Louie
81 The Clash: London Calling
82 Marvin Gaye: I Heard It Through The Grapevine
83 Fats Domino: Blueberry Hill
84 Kinks: You Really Got Me
85 The Beatles: Norwegian Wood (this Bird Has Flown)
86 The Police: Every Breath You Take
87 Bruce Springsteen: Thunder Road
88 Johnny Cash: Ring Of Fire
89 Temptations: My Girl
90 The Mamas & The Papas: California Dreamin'
91 Martha And The Vandellas: Dancing In The Streets
92 Elvis Presley: Suspicious Minds
93 The Ramones: Blitzkrieg Bop
94 U2: I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
95 Little Richard: Good Golly Miss Molly
96 Carl Perkins: Blue Suede Shoes
97 Chuck Berry: Roll Over Beethoven
98 Al Green: Love And Happiness
99 Creedence Clearwater Revival: Fortunate Son
100 Patsy Cline: Crazy

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tomicurk   ( 971 days ago )
Pete   (Unregistered) ( 919 days ago )
Pete avatar Wow, nothing since 1990 or before 1950. "All Time" means "40 years"?
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