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Nice to see someone mention The End by Earl Grant, a beautiful 50s song - I've got the original 45 rpm record!
One category of music that I like to discuss in forums I refer to as "transformational". Here are a few of those, in no particular order:
* Tomorrow Never Knows - The Beatles
* Gimme Shelter - The Rolling Stones
* All Along the Watchtower - Bob Dylan
* I Shall Be Released - The Band
* Chest Fever - The Band
* After the Goldrush - Neil Young
* The Old Laughing Lady - Neil Young
* The Boxer - Simon & Garfunkel
* The Boy In the Bubble - Paul Simon
* Question - The Moody Blues
* Hurdy Gurdy Man - Donovan
* San Jacinto - Peter Gabriel
* Signal To Noise - Peter Gabriel
* Chicago - Sufjan Stevens
* Saeglopur - Sigur Ros
I think that most of these songs will still be known and played 100 years from now.
I did not know there was an artist named Earl Grant................I have a close friend named Earl Grant and I would very much like to send him some music by the artist...........Where could I find some of his music? Perhaps on youtube?
Btw.......while we're talking about great songs.......What about the love songs of Ronnie Dove........
And what about "Listen to The Rhythm of the Falling Rain"......I forget the singer.......