Top Ten Southern Rock Songs You Could Never Tire of Listening ToBritgirl Southern rock....so damned infectious! I've chosen my personal favourites but love many more. If there are any of your favourites I've missed, feel free to add; or vote for an existing favourite.
The Top Ten
My very favourite CCR song. Love that voice! - Britgirl
Rock. And. Roll. The real kind.
Now here's a case study in lack of awareness. Been intimately familiar with this cut for more than forty years. It's practically a personal theme. And it never hit me 'til this moment how much it was influenced by Van the Man. 'Ppears I been slippin' for quite some time (sigh).
Going with this today. - Ned964
This is, no doubt, a very good song. However, it's association with "Roadhouse" should automatically disqualify it. Just kidding girl. - Ned964
Featured on Road House soundtrack. Such an upbeat, uplifting, feel-good song. - Britgirl
Classic. Built on earlier models: start slow while emphasizing the lyrical content, ramp up the tempo and finally let the lead (s) tell the rest of the story. Always liked this one - Ned964
I knew this one would creep in. Great song; although visions of Devil's Rejects are hard to diminish. - Britgirl
Seems nearly everyone on the planet except yours truly loves this endless ode to audio waterboarding.
Can't believe I forgot this. I love it. - Britgirl
This is not Southern Rock. This is a Canadian hippie trashing the South.
Just a simple song really. True enough, it is not Southern Rock, but after Skynyrd's reply, the band and Young became great friends. Young freely admitted that "Sweet Home Alabama" was a much better song, which it is in every way, still without this song, Sweet Home wouldn't exist. - Ned964
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