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Dean's All Time Top 100
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SavoyBG
2018-12-26 13:28:01 UTC
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He posted this in my Facebook Group.

Dean Fiora
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OK, I've tentatively determined my all-time top 100. It is, of course, subject to revision.

1. TUTTI FRUTTI, Little Richard (1956)
2. JOHNNY B. GOODE, Chuck Berry (1958)
3. DARK END OF THE STREET, James Carr (1967)
4. WHAT’S GOING ON, Marvin Gaye (1971)
5. GOOD ROCKIN’ TONIGHT, Elvis Presley (1954)
6. BRING IT UP, James Brown (1967)
7. WHOLE LOT OF SHAKIN’ GOIN’ ON, Jerry Lee Lewis (1957)
8. THINK, Aretha Franklin (1968)
9. HOLD ON! I’M A-COMIN’, Sam & Dave (1966)
10. SHE LOVES YOU, The Beatles (1964)

11. JAILHOUSE ROCK, Elvis Presley (1957)
12. THE TRAIN KEPT A-ROLLIN’, The Johnny Burnette Trio (1956)
13. PAPA’S GOT A BRAND NEW BAG, James Brown (1965)
14. GOOD GOLLY, MISS MOLLY, Little Richard (1958)
15. PEOPLE GET READY, The Impressions (1965)
16. MAYBELLENE, Chuck Berry (1955)
17. WISH SOMEONE WOULD CARE, Irma Thomas (1964)
18. RESPECT, Aretha Franklin (1967)
19. AIN’T NOTHING YOU CAN DO, Bobby “Blue” Bland (1964)
20. LONG, TALL SALLY, Little Richard (1956)

21. I CAN’T TURN YOU LOOSE, Otis Redding (1966)
22. UPTIGHT (Everything’s Alright), Stevie Wonder (1965-66)
23. WHAT’D I SAY, Ray Charles (1959)
24. KEEP A-KNOCKIN’, Little Richard (1957)
25. BABY, DON’T DO IT, The “5” Royales (1952-53)
26. YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVIN’ FEELIN’, The Righteous Brothers (1964-65)
27. SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROLL, Big Joe Turner (1954)
28. ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN, Chuck Berry (1956)
29. THAT’LL BE THE DAY, Buddy Holly & The Crickets (1957)
30. A CHANGE IS GONNA COME, Sam Cooke (1965)

31. HEAT WAVE, Martha & The Vandellas (1963)
32. REACH OUT, I’LL BE HERE, The Four Tops (1966)
33. I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE, Marvin Gaye (1968)
34. IT’S ALL RIGHT, The Impressions (1963)
35. DO YOU LOVE ME (Now That I Can Dance), The Contours (1962)
36. BERNADETTE, The Four Tops (1967)
37. TURN ON YOUR LOVE LIGHT, Bobby “Blue” Bland (1961-62)
38. (Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) HIGHER AND HIGHER, Jackie Wilson (1967)
39. GET UP I FEEL LIKE BEING A SEX MACHINE, James Brown (1970)
40. BACK IN THE U.S.A, Chuck Berry (1959)

41. SURFIN’ U.S.A, The Beach Boys (1963)
42. LOUIE, LOUIE, The Kingsmen (1963)
43. WHEN A MAN LOVES A WOMAN, Percy Sledge (1966)
44. HIT THE ROAD JACK, Ray Charles (1961)
45. WAR, Edwin Starr (1970)
46. TWIST AND SHOUT, The Beatles (1964)
47. DA DOO RON RON, The Crystals (1963)
48. LAWDY MISS CLAWDY, Lloyd Price (1952)
49. MY REVERIE, The Larks (1951)
50. REVOLUTION, The Beatles (1968)

51. THANK YOU (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin), Sly & The Family Stone (1970)
52. BLUE SUEDE SHOES, Carl Perkins (1956)
53. BLUE MONDAY, Fats Domino (1956-57)
54. CHAIN OF FOOLS, Aretha Franklin (1967-68)
55. (I Can’t Get No) SATISFACTION, The Rolling Stones (1965)
56. THE TRACKS OF MY TEARS, The Miracles (1965)
57. THE LOCO-MOTION, Little Eva (1962)
58. ONE FINE DAY, The Chiffons (1963)
59. ROCKET 88, Jackie Brenston & His Delta Cats (1951)
60. NEVER GIVE YOU UP, Jerry Butlet (1968)

61. I FEEL FINE, The Beatles (1964)
62. FEVER, Little Willie John (1956)
63. FARTHER UP THE ROAD, Bobby “Blue” Bland (1957)
64. THERE IS, The Dells (1968)
65. BE-BOP-A-LULA, Gene Vincent & His Blue Caps (1956)
66. HAVE MERCY BABY, The Dominoes (1952)
67. WHO DO YOU LOVE, Bo Diddley (1956)
68. THE WIND, The Diablos (1954)
69. KANSAS CITY, Wilbert Harrison (1959)
70. GEORGIA ON MY MIND, Ray Charles (1960)

71. STAY, Maurice Williams & The Zodiacs (1960)
72. GOOD ROCKIN’ TONIGHT, Wynonie Harris (1948)
73. SUPERSTITION, Stevie Wonder (1972-73)
74. LOVESICK BLUES, Hank Williams (1949)
75. LIKE A ROLLING STONE, Bob Dylan (1965)
76. THAT’S ALL RIGHT, Elvis Presley (1954)
77. THAT’S ALL RIGHT, Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup (1947)
78. I ONLY HAVE EYES FOR YOU, The Flamingos (1959)
79. (Sittin’ On) THE DOCK OF THE BAY, Otis Redding (1968)
80. DON’T WORRY BABY, The Beach Boys (1964)

81. YOU’VE REALLY GOT A HOLD ON ME, The Miracles (1962-63)
82. HOUSE OF THE RISING SUN, The Animals (1964)
83. YAKETY YAK, The Coasters (1958)
84. AIN’T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH, Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell (1967)
85. CALDONIA, Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five (1945)
86. I FOUND A LOVE, The Falcons (1962)
87. YOU HAVEN’T DONE NOTHIN’, Stevie Wonder (1975)
88. ROCK AND ROLL, Led Zeppelin (1972)
89. I LOVE ROCK ‘N’ ROLL Joan Jett & The Blackhearts (1982)
90. ROCK STEADY, Aretha Franklin (1971)

91. LITTLE RED CORVETTE, Prince (1983)
92. GREEN ONIONS, Booker T. & The MG’s (1962)
93. BILLIE JEAN, Michael Jackson (1983)
94. HOUND DOG, Elvis Presley (1956)
95. FORTUNATE SON, Creedence Clearwater Revival (1969)
96. IF YOU DON’T KNOW ME BY NOW, Harold Melvin & The Blue Notes (1972)
97. DANCE TO THE MUSIC, Sly & The Family Stone (1968)
98. I’M MOVING ON, Hank Snow (1950)
99. ROCK THE JOINT, Jimmy Preston (1949)
100. BORN TO RUN, Bruce Springsteen (1975)
Dennis C
2018-12-26 13:57:11 UTC
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Good,rounded,representative multi-layered list.

Can't criticize here,baby!!!
SavoyBG
2018-12-26 14:22:48 UTC
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Post by Dennis C
Good,rounded,representative multi-layered list.
Can't criticize here,baby!!!
And no fucking Gordon Lightfoot.
Dennis C
2018-12-26 14:35:09 UTC
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Actually, "I'd replace "Born to Run" with "Carefree Highway" but why quibble?
SavoyBG
2018-12-26 18:57:39 UTC
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Post by SavoyBG
1. TUTTI FRUTTI, Little Richard (1956)
5. GOOD ROCKIN’ TONIGHT, Elvis Presley (1954)
7. WHOLE LOT OF SHAKIN’ GOIN’ ON, Jerry Lee Lewis (1957)
12. THE TRAIN KEPT A-ROLLIN’, The Johnny Burnette Trio (1956)
14. GOOD GOLLY, MISS MOLLY, Little Richard (1958)
19. AIN’T NOTHING YOU CAN DO, Bobby “Blue” Bland (1964)
20. LONG, TALL SALLY, Little Richard (1956)
24. KEEP A-KNOCKIN’, Little Richard (1957)
27. SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROLL, Big Joe Turner (1954)
28. ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN, Chuck Berry (1956)
29. THAT’LL BE THE DAY, Buddy Holly & The Crickets (1957)
48. LAWDY MISS CLAWDY, Lloyd Price (1952)
52. BLUE SUEDE SHOES, Carl Perkins (1956)
53. BLUE MONDAY, Fats Domino (1956-57)
66. HAVE MERCY BABY, The Dominoes (1952)
72. GOOD ROCKIN’ TONIGHT, Wynonie Harris (1948)
74. LOVESICK BLUES, Hank Williams (1949)
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