Oh, this is tough.
70's-Everything by America, Bread, Simon and Garfunkel, Chicago, Heart, and Marvin Gaye. Everything Motown too. Until they got played out on the radio it was Lynrd Skynrd, Led Zep, and Aerosmith also. Stevie Ray Vaughn's version of Little Wing always moves me as well as The Sky is Cryin'. I want Jimi Hendrix's 'Angel' played at my funeral..have for years. Time in a Bottle by Jim Croce, LowRider by War, The 70's was my favorite decade for music. Black Sabbath-Tomorrow's Dream, Donna Summer-Bad Girls and Last Dance, Wild Cherry-Funky Poodle,
80's-I kinda got lost in this decade but here go's Def Leppard:Bringin' on a HeartAche, QuarterFlash:Harden My Heart, Pat Benetar: Hell is for Children; This song that goes - Don't turn around, oh oh oh, yeah, yeah, Der Commiseur's in town, Golden Earring: Twilight Zone, anything Motley Crue, Ozzy, really anything metal or hair bandish. Ronnie James Dio rocked in the 80's too. Everything from Metallica in this era. Willie Nelson-Blue eyes cryin in the rain and On the road again and Georgia on my Mind, Johnny Cash-Folsom Prison Blues, Ray Charles-What a Wonderful World, The Carpenters-Close to You, Charlie Price-The Most Beautiful Girl in The World, Ode to Billy Joe, John Denver-Sunshine on My Shoulders, Michael Stanly Band-Lover, SouthSide Johnny-Fever and I don't wanna go Home,
90's-Will Smith-Summertime, Snoop-Gin & Juice, Tu Pac-Picture me Rollin, Ice-Today was a Good Day, Dream Theater-Pull me Under, Fates Warning, Mad Season-Above the whole thing, Steve Vai-For the Love of God, Tool-Sober, Tool-Prison Sex,
00's-Dr. Dre-Chronic 2000,Lauren Hill-The Miseducation of Lauren Hill, Tool-Aenima,
I'm gonna have to think about the 90's and 00's. I'll have to add to this too.