"The Year of the Cat" by Al Stewart
"Ventura Highway" by America
"The Year of the Cat" by Al Stewart
"Ventura Highway" by America
|by Casey Kasem||reply 308||01/13/2013|
Poor Al Stewart should have never tried doing videos.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 1||10/15/2011|
Great, OP? Forgotten? Praise B
|by Casey Kasem||reply 2||10/15/2011|
Jackie Blue Ozark Mountain Daredevils
Cars Gary Numan
The Night Chicago Died Paper Lace
Magnet and Steel Walter Egan
Bette Davis Eyes Kim Carnes
|by Casey Kasem||reply 3||10/15/2011|
Egads. I wouldn't exactly call those songs posted upthread forgotten. Here's a great little forgotten song from 1965 by Billie Davis. I could see Duffy covering this tune.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 4||10/15/2011|
|by Casey Kasem||reply 5||10/15/2011|
MORE by Bobby Darin.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 6||10/15/2011|
Bob (Cousin O.) by The Gits
|by Casey Kasem||reply 7||10/15/2011|
Broadway Hotel Al Stewart
Baker Street Gerry Rafferty (RIP)
She's Gone Hall & Oates
Boomtown--David & David
Whole of the Moon & Fisherman's Blues--The Waterboys
|by Casey Kasem||reply 8||10/15/2011|
One from the '80s
|by Casey Kasem||reply 9||10/15/2011|
Another '80s gem
|by Casey Kasem||reply 10||10/15/2011|
"Baker Street" is NOT forgotten! It's still played on the radio to this day, not infrequently. I heard it within the past couple of weeks.
"Jackie Blue" and "Year of the Cat" , "She's Gone" and "Ventura Highway" are also still played on the radio.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 11||10/15/2011|
"Come To Me" by France Joli.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 12||10/15/2011|
Reach out for those healing hands
|by Casey Kasem||reply 13||10/15/2011|
Anyone remember Tracy Bonham. 'Mother, Mother' was a great song.
What ever happened to her, she was awesome.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 14||10/15/2011|
storm before the calm - luba
|by Casey Kasem||reply 15||10/15/2011|
Love With A Proper Stranger by Jack Jones
|by Casey Kasem||reply 16||12/21/2012|
"Miracles" - Jefferson Starship
"Today" - Jefferson Airplane
Carly Simon's early catalogue
Anything by Gary Puckett and the Union Gap
"Tops" - Rolling Stones
|by Casey Kasem||reply 17||12/21/2012|
I can't believe no one has mentioned "The Pussy Song" by Connie Vannett.
It's a work of genius....pay close attention to the lyrics of course.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 18||12/21/2012|
How insensitive-Frank Sinatra
It can give you goosebumps.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 19||12/21/2012|
"Tinseltown in The Rain" -- The Blue Nile
|by Casey Kasem||reply 20||12/21/2012|
"I Think He's Gay" by Pussy Tourette
|by Casey Kasem||reply 21||12/21/2012|
"1900 Yesterday" by Liz Damon's Orient Express
|by Casey Kasem||reply 22||12/21/2012|
R18, i liked the Pussy Song. You were right. It is brill.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 23||12/21/2012|
Long John Baldry, "Don't try to Lay No Boogie Woogie on the King of Rock and Roll".
A really rockin' tune y'all.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 24||12/21/2012|
Sweet Surrender - Tim Buckley (Jeff's dad).
|by Casey Kasem||reply 25||12/21/2012|
The Blue Hour by Intimate Strangers
|by Casey Kasem||reply 26||12/21/2012|
|by Casey Kasem||reply 27||12/21/2012|
The Year of The Cat sucked donkey balls. Only an asshole would like that.
Time Passages was classic though.
Ventura Highway and Miracles were not good. They had an awesome hook and opening but that was all. It makes you think they're good but they're not
Please follow the poster's guidelines and post GREAT forgotten songs. Not mediocre ones.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 28||12/21/2012|
Many of these songs aren't forgotten!
Here's one I liked but I think people forget:
"Pilot Of The Airwaves" by Charlie Dore
|by Casey Kasem||reply 29||12/21/2012|
"A Famous Myth", off of the Midnight Cowboy Soundtrack, sort of like the Fifth Dimension/Carpenters for people who like that kind of harmonious pop sound.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 30||12/21/2012|
"Bang My Box" by Robin Byrd.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 31||12/21/2012|
Dear God - XTC
New Orleans - Joan Jett and the Blackhearts
Cell Block #9 - Wanda Jackson
|by Casey Kasem||reply 32||12/21/2012|
You're the One: Little Sister
|by Casey Kasem||reply 33||12/21/2012|
OP? Sadly, I haven't forgotten either of those. I wish I had.
Let's try some Quarterflash for forgotten 80's music.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 34||12/21/2012|
Oh R32 you took me back in time with Dear God. I used to make out to it in the car with my first bf. On Long Island listening to WLIR.
Don't they use the intro from Ventura Highway on SNL's The Californians?
Great & forgotten: One Tin Soldier by Coven.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 35||12/21/2012|
"Go All the Way," Eric Carmen and The Raspberries
|by Casey Kasem||reply 36||12/21/2012|
"L.A. International Airport," Susan Raye
|by Casey Kasem||reply 37||12/21/2012|
"Heaven's Just a Sin Away" by The Kendalls. Classic '70s country made skeevy by the fact that Royce and Jeannie Kendall were father and daughter.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 38||12/21/2012|
'How Important Can It Be?'
by Joni James
|by Casey Kasem||reply 39||12/21/2012|
I'm trying to stick to obscure songs that were big back in the day.
In that vein, I'll go with "Late In The Evening" by Paul Simon. Very big hit then, but do they play it now?
|by Casey Kasem||reply 40||12/21/2012|
i love this song and i want to share it with you bitches.
It's not forgotten if you like Diana Krall
I'll listen all the songs you posted tomorrow.
Now it's too late for today...
|by Casey Kasem||reply 41||12/21/2012|
"The Big Hurt," Miss Toni Fisher
|by Casey Kasem||reply 42||12/21/2012|
"Is She Really Going Out With Him?" -- Joe Jackson
(Not that one!)
|by Casey Kasem||reply 43||12/21/2012|
I wish Toby Keith would cover this one
|by Casey Kasem||reply 44||12/21/2012|
Do they still play this one at Christmas?
"Same Auld Lang Syne" by Dan Folgeberg
|by Casey Kasem||reply 45||12/21/2012|
"Centerfold" by J. Geils Band
|by Casey Kasem||reply 46||12/21/2012|
"Native New Yorker" - Odyssey
|by Casey Kasem||reply 47||12/21/2012|
I think this one captures the spirit of the thread, since it came out in 1982, rebooted disco as "dance" music, and its sound was copied by many who followed her, especially Madonna.
"Let The Music Play" by Shannon
|by Casey Kasem||reply 48||12/21/2012|
"19" by Paul Hardcastle, for whom "19 Entertainment" (American Idol) is named.
Kids in clubs used to stop dancing to listen to the lyrics. So much for the "selfish" 1980s.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 49||12/21/2012|
I don't know if these songs are forgotten or just not known by anyone under 60:
Moonlight in Vermont
Doesn't matter who sings either of them. This is "Skylark" by teen Julie Budd in 1969. She did a much better version on an excellent 1998 CD called Pure Imagination.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 50||12/21/2012|
The Year of the Cat is a brilliant song.
Tori Amos accompanied Al Stewart in 1991 on it.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 51||12/21/2012|
[quote]The Year of the Cat is a brilliant song.
A three-chord wonder with incredibly complex lyrics!
|by Casey Kasem||reply 52||12/21/2012|
Here's one that definitely qualifies. Its longevity, pardon the pun, "died in a GREASE fire." Easily her best work.
"A Little More Love" by Olivia Newton John
|by Casey Kasem||reply 53||12/21/2012|
I love early-'80s Hi-NRG music, which was the thing when I was starting to sneak out to the queer bars in high school: "I'm Gonna Get Your Love" by Jade, "Coming Out of Hiding" by Pamala Stanley, "Menergy" by Patrick Cowley, "Feels Like I'm in Love" by Kelly Marie, "I'm Losing You" by The Uptown Girls, "Don't Stop" by Sylvester ...
|by Casey Kasem||reply 54||12/21/2012|
"I'd Like To Get To Know You" - Spanky and Our Gang.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 55||12/21/2012|
[quote]love early-'80s Hi-NRG music
Like this one?
|by Casey Kasem||reply 56||12/21/2012|
San Francisco Girls, Fever Tree
|by Casey Kasem||reply 57||12/21/2012|
R46: back when "Centerfold" and "Freeze Frame" were played 24/7 in alternation, my then best friend had the latter, and I hated the former!
|by Casey Kasem||reply 58||12/21/2012|
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: Country Girl.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 59||12/21/2012|
Do they still play this one at Christmas?
"Same Auld Lang Syne" by Dan Folgeberg
Yes, they do. It's a staple at Christmas, just like "The Christmas Song" by Nat King Cole and "White Christmas" by Bing Crosby.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 60||12/21/2012|
Who's to say that a song has been "forgotten?" Several of the songs mentioned on this thread are probably remembered by a lot of people.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 61||12/21/2012|
"Mr. Roboto" by Styx
|by Casey Kasem||reply 62||12/21/2012|
i'm an LA driver, got a need for speed i had a heart once, now full of material greed yeah, i'll rock my strut like i'm the alpha dog though my cognition is in a london fog forcefeed me those raw eggs, i'll scale those stairs i'll shoot the shit with the barflies without a care i'm the best i've ever been, you'd be wise to buy stock ego bolstered by the bitches when you've got a big cock
yeah my heart is empty but my stomach's churnin' boozed the night away, yet still i'm yearnin' for some real connection past valley girl inflection doesn't matter if they swoon when i walk in their direction yeah just make an appearance like a proper scenester flit eyes at drunk miniskirt queens heard yonder i'm no party animal, but i'm not just talk bitches look at you reverently when you've got a big cock big cock, yeah
this whole song is an ego trip i care not, yeah
|by Casey Kasem||reply 63||12/21/2012|
When rap got serious:
"Eric B. Is President" by Eric B. and Rakim
|by Casey Kasem||reply 64||12/21/2012|
For the Eldergays:
"We Built This City" by Starship
Just has a "gay" feel to it.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 65||12/21/2012|
A very young Bobby Brown and New Edition (the "new Jackson Five") singing "Candy Girl"
|by Casey Kasem||reply 66||12/21/2012|
"Here Comes The Rain Again" by Eurythmics
|by Casey Kasem||reply 67||12/21/2012|
And speaking of Annie Lennox -- "Why".
|by Casey Kasem||reply 68||12/21/2012|
You're Not Alone, Olive.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 69||12/21/2012|
Brimful of Asha - Cornershop.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 70||12/21/2012|
"Day After Day" by the underrated 70s rock group, Badfinger, with slide guitar work by George Harrison.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 71||12/21/2012|
The Subdudes, "Why Can't I Forget About You".
|by Casey Kasem||reply 72||12/21/2012|
Someone to Lay Down Beside Me - Linda Ronstadt
|by Casey Kasem||reply 73||12/21/2012|
Thank you so much R73.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 74||12/21/2012|
"Runaway Train" by Soul Asylum
|by Casey Kasem||reply 75||12/21/2012|
Yeah, I liked that song, Runaway Train.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 76||12/21/2012|
6 Underground by the Sneaker Pimps.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 77||12/21/2012|
|by Casey Kasem||reply 78||12/21/2012|
The Jaynetts - Sally, Go 'Round The Roses
|by Casey Kasem||reply 79||12/21/2012|
Walk on the Wild Side - Brook Benton
|by Casey Kasem||reply 80||12/21/2012|
A nice one by Eddie Kendricks.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 81||12/21/2012|
Vuelve---Ricky Martin (Grammy-winning album of same name)
The Lonely Bull---Tijuana Brass
Fire---The Crazy World of Arthur Brown
7th Son of a 7th Son---Johnny Rivers
|by Casey Kasem||reply 82||12/21/2012|
Battleflag - Lo Fidelity Allstars
This is the song Lucy and Carter (on ER) got stabbed to.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 83||12/21/2012|
From wayyyyyyy back in '56, SKULL AND CROSSBONES. Sparkle Moore's wailin' pipes will really send ya Daddy-O.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 84||12/21/2012|
Number 9 Dream - John Lennon
|by Casey Kasem||reply 85||12/21/2012|
Beware of Darkness - George Harrison
Venus and Mars - Wings
Graceland - Paul Simon
I'll Be Your Mirror/Sweet Nuthin' - The Velvet Underground
Satellite of Love - Lou Reed
|by Casey Kasem||reply 86||12/21/2012|
The Fever - Bruce Springsteen
|by Casey Kasem||reply 87||12/21/2012|
Let Me Roll It, Paul McCartney & Wings
|by Casey Kasem||reply 88||12/21/2012|
R14 Yes! that whole album ('the burden of being upright')was roll-down-the window sing-along ballsiness.
happy solstice everybody
|by Casey Kasem||reply 89||12/21/2012|
Isn't it Time, by the Babies
|by Casey Kasem||reply 90||12/21/2012|
Indian Summer, by Poco, was a hit where I grew up, and is great to have in your head before going to bed
|by Casey Kasem||reply 91||12/21/2012|
Couldn't Get It Right - Climax Blues Band
|by Casey Kasem||reply 92||12/21/2012|
"Ride Captain Ride" by Blues Image
|by Casey Kasem||reply 93||12/21/2012|
Nothing But A Heartache, the Flirtations.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 94||12/21/2012|
the musical version of 'sex on a stick', one of the funkiest things ever recorded.
best listened to on a hot July late afternoon
'scuse me while I go grindin'
|by Casey Kasem||reply 95||12/21/2012|
I like 'Indian Summer' by Poco, which I had never heard before. Thanks r91!
|by Casey Kasem||reply 96||12/21/2012|
Anybody remember this one? I listen to it now and it's such an obvious ode to being on the down low, but I had no idea what it meant when I was a kid. It really should be a camp classic.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 97||12/21/2012|
Ramblin' Gamblin Man by Bog Seger
|by Casey Kasem||reply 98||12/21/2012|
Don't forget "Heaven Must Be Like This", by The Ohio Players too.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 99||12/21/2012|
something smoky and proto-Quiet Storm.
I Try - Angela Bofill
|by Casey Kasem||reply 100||12/21/2012|
Soavecito - Malo
Sorry about the ad but you can skip it.
If you don't remember, give it a listen. This song always makes me happy.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 101||12/21/2012|
something to listen to while you're getting ready to go out tonight
Happiness- Pointer Sisters
(didn't know it was in Donnie Brasco)
|by Casey Kasem||reply 102||12/21/2012|
"Heart and Soul" by T'Pau, one of favorite one-hit wonders.
And check out the lead singer's gravity-defying spiral perm! It doesn't sway an inch when she busts a move 80s style.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 103||12/21/2012|
this hockey jock guy in my dorm played this non-stop for hours. the message board on his door had a pic of Popeye saying "well blow me down"
he also dyed a t-shirt lavender...
I sang this at karaoke and never saw my date again. no sense of humor!
Into the Night - Benny Mardones
|by Casey Kasem||reply 104||12/21/2012|
from 12 years ago when I lived in England
Black Coffee - All Saints
while the 3-D effect was new at the time, I never understood the couple fighting all though the video
|by Casey Kasem||reply 105||12/21/2012|
"I Put A Spell On You" - Screamin' Jay Hawkins
|by Casey Kasem||reply 106||12/21/2012|
from my paper route days, I used to try to time it in my head to go through this puddle during one of the brass fanfares.
Swearin' To God - Frankie Valli
|by Casey Kasem||reply 107||12/21/2012|
dance on vaseline david byrne
|by Casey Kasem||reply 108||12/21/2012|
Gone Flying - Phil Manzanera
|by Casey Kasem||reply 109||12/21/2012|
"Wave" - Frank Sinatra & Antonio Carlos Jobim
Two all-time greats performing the Jobim classic. Jobim wrote the English lyrics just for this recording with Sinatra. Supposedly Sinatra sings the lowest note he ever hit on this song, at the end of the main theme:
"...whenever two can dream a dream to-ge-THER"
|by Casey Kasem||reply 110||12/21/2012|
Real Real Real by Jesus Jones
|by Casey Kasem||reply 111||12/22/2012|
"Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nelly"
|by Casey Kasem||reply 112||12/22/2012|
Sinatra's work with Jobim is some of the best music he's ever done as R19 and R110 have stated. As much as I love the first lp with Frank and Jobim, I think the second one is even better if not as well known.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 113||12/22/2012|
Guys, some of the songs we sent are great. I liked some of them a lot and i didn't know some of them
Another beautiful song that i'm afraid is forgotten is 'I Only Want My love To Grow In You' by Strawbs
|by Casey Kasem||reply 114||12/22/2012|
I Know There's Something Going On - Frida
|by Casey Kasem||reply 115||12/22/2012|
"Kandi" by One Eskimo. They sample another GREAT song called "He Called Me Baby" by Candi Staton.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 116||12/22/2012|
"Call me Maybe"
I suffer from short term memory loss.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 117||12/22/2012|
R104, your story made me youtube the song as I don't know it. The lyrics CRACKED me up:
'She's just sixteen years old/
Leave her alone, they say/
Separated by fools/
Who don't know what love is yet ...'
By a guy who sounds 100.
Your date's loss!
|by Casey Kasem||reply 118||12/22/2012|
When I was in school, Al Stewart was a big favorite of all the Asian Tiger kids (although no one called them that then.) Someone would mention YOTC and they would bubble, "He has a Masters in History!"
|by Casey Kasem||reply 119||12/22/2012|
Discovering Japan -- Graham Parker
|by Casey Kasem||reply 120||12/22/2012|
Do you guys not know the difference between a song (sheet music written by a composer), and a recording of a song?
"Wave" was written by Antonio Carlos Jobim and recorded by dozens of vocalists and musicians. Sinatra's is not the best. It is NOT forgotten -- it's a standard.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 121||12/22/2012|
R121, i tickle your toes, you are so serious!
|by Casey Kasem||reply 122||12/22/2012|
I'd like to give you a few music lessons!
|by Casey Kasem||reply 123||12/22/2012|
Nicolette Larson, R.I.P.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 124||12/22/2012|
Year of the Cat was stuck on endless loop in my head for much of 2012.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 125||12/22/2012|
This is funny because I've very recently downloaded a lot of this stuff. Year of the Cat may have been my most recent download. I was going to post it but someone beat me to it. Pilot of the Airwaves sure takes me back to Jr. High.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 126||12/22/2012|
Heaven Help Me by George Michael and Deon Estus
It's a totally forgotten song from George Michael's catalog, yet it's one of the best songs he ever did.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 127||12/22/2012|
Just thought of another one - Cool Night by the late Paul Davis. My parents used to play this a lot; it's really nice and mellow.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 128||12/22/2012|
Do You Know the Way to San Jose?
|by Casey Kasem||reply 129||12/22/2012|
r118 yep, well it didn't help that the occaasion was his job's holiday party. I did change the pronouns to 'he' and 'him', and prefaced my performance with 'I'm gonna do a Christmas song...'
and here's a song to listen to on a warm beach, preferably in Maryland
Moonlight Feels Right - Starbuck
|by Casey Kasem||reply 130||12/22/2012|
here's an amazing live version of a great song for the cuddlers out there, perfect for a chilly and rainy San Francisco morning
You're The Biggest Part of Me - Ambrosia performed on Midnight Special
listen for the line 'peace and love and sodomy'*
*at least that what I heard
|by Casey Kasem||reply 131||12/22/2012|
another by Ambrosia, but only if you feel like crying...
I Keep Holding on to Yesterday
the video is a taping of another performance and nothing exciting, but the audio is boss quality
|by Casey Kasem||reply 132||12/22/2012|
speaking of Ms. Psychic Friend, something happy
Then Came Through - with The Spinners
|by Casey Kasem||reply 133||12/22/2012|
Bark Psychosis - The Loom
|by Casey Kasem||reply 134||12/22/2012|
Slowdive - Alison. One of my favorite songs from a lost 90s masterpiece, Souvlaki. So sad the UK instead decided to cum all over Blur, Oasis and the britpop shite.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 135||12/22/2012|
"Until it's Time For You to Go" Buffy Saint Marie
|by Casey Kasem||reply 136||12/22/2012|
another awesome live performance of a great song, in an older version you probably hadn't heard before
The First Time - Peter, Paul and Mary
|by Casey Kasem||reply 137||12/22/2012|
Embrace Me You Child - Carly Simon
I don't think it was ever known to begin with though.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 138||12/22/2012|
Always liked this one - "How 'Bout Us" by Champaign.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 139||12/22/2012|
R121, you'll give me music lessons?
London's bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down lalalalalaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
|by Casey Kasem||reply 140||12/22/2012|
[quote]Then Came Through - with The Spinners
It's actually called Then Came You.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 141||12/22/2012|
Here's the original video for Benny Mardones' "Into the Night" mentioned upthread. It's pretty hilarious.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 142||12/22/2012|
"Four Leaf Clover" - Abra Moore
|by Casey Kasem||reply 143||12/22/2012|
^ Benny Mardones looks like a dyke.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 144||12/22/2012|
Yvonne Elliman - Love Me
|by Casey Kasem||reply 145||12/22/2012|
"The Wayward Wind," Gogi Grant
|by Casey Kasem||reply 146||12/22/2012|
"Party Fears Two" - The Associates
|by Casey Kasem||reply 147||12/22/2012|
Another gem from Yvonne Elliman - Hello Stranger.
I love this thread - some songs I've never heard before, and others I haven't thought about in years; it's keeping me busy on iTunes. Thanks to everyone for these links.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 148||12/22/2012|
"Truth, Rest Your Head" - Gene
|by Casey Kasem||reply 149||12/22/2012|
R137 I don't think "The First Time" has been forgotten?
I also prefer Nana Mouskouri's cover:
|by Casey Kasem||reply 150||12/22/2012|
"Here's the original video for Benny Mardones' "Into the Night" mentioned upthread. It's pretty hilarious."
Yes, it is. That guy was not meant for videos. I don't know how old he was at that time, but he looked like a forty year old dwarf. And the girl "just sixteen years old" looked like she was in her late twenties. It would have been better if his voice had just been in the background as the song/story played out with the boy and girl played by nice-looking teenagers. Maybe they could have had brief shots of him singing mixed with the storyline. It's a great song, though. His career lasted about 15 minutes. Too bad. He had a great voice; too bad he was so painfully unattractive.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 151||12/22/2012|
I love Yvonne. A great voice and so fucking beautiful.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 152||12/22/2012|
I loved Year of the Cat. But Al Stewart had a lot of interesting albums before that one made him famous in the US. My favorite was Modern Times. I love how so many of his songs are time-related.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 153||12/22/2012|
The first white rapper to go gold (I'm serious):
|by Casey Kasem||reply 154||12/22/2012|
"Listen Peple," Herman's Hermits
"Everyone's Gone to the Moon," Gerry and the Pacemakers
"You Were on My Mind," We Five
|by Casey Kasem||reply 155||12/22/2012|
Fleetwood Mac Child of Mine.
Fantastic tune that for me evokes the essence of bad-ass, freewheeling, glorious freak youth that roamed about the pre-sprawl American landscapes of the early seventies before disco and yuppies.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 156||12/23/2012|
"5 O'Clock World" last used on Drew Carey's show.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 157||12/23/2012|
'What a Man'
|by Casey Kasem||reply 158||12/23/2012|
The interesting thing about "Into The Night" was that the same recording charted twice on the Hot 100. The song was first released in 1980, and peaked at No. 11 that September. The same performance of the song by Benny Mardones re-charted in 1989, this time reaching No. 20.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 159||12/23/2012|
'Reason to Believe' by Glen Campbell
Great song that should not be forgotten...
|by Casey Kasem||reply 160||12/24/2012|
I forgot to write that 'Reason to Believe' has been sung by many singers but i love Glen Campbell's cover. Glen has covered great songs in a very beautiful way ('It's Only make believe','All I Have To Do Is Dream' and many others...)
|by Casey Kasem||reply 161||12/24/2012|
I love Rod Stewart's hit version of Tim Hardin's 'Reason To Believe' too, R161.
My favorite version was by Peter, Paul & Mary on their brilliant 'Late Again' album from 1968.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 162||12/24/2012|
I recently rediscovered Crosby Stills and Nash (and occasionally Young). Several of the albums were extraordinarily popular and everybody knew the songs. "You Don't Have To Cry," "Guinevere," "49 Bye Byes"(Bye Bye Baby), "Longtime Gone," "Helplessly Hoping," "Marrakesh Express," were songs that everyone in my high school knew and we'd sing them walking home from school or hanging around outside the cafeteria at lunch.
But all you ever hear of them is "Suite Judy Blue Eyes," which seems like it is played at least once an hour on oldies/classic rock stations.
Here's "You Don't Have to Cry."
|by Casey Kasem||reply 163||12/26/2012|
Here's "49 Bye Byes." It starts out slowly but builds up to where you can really hear the influence of the Mamas and the Papas music on CSN
|by Casey Kasem||reply 164||12/26/2012|
Sheena Easton - Telephone. I'm posting this live 2012 stage performance for fun.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 165||12/26/2012|
Toein' the Line, Rocky Burnette
Without You, Harry Nilsson
|by Casey Kasem||reply 166||12/26/2012|
Touch and Go - The Cars. Great jam. Saw them do this 16th row center at Poplar Creek 1980. Motels opened.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 167||12/26/2012|
WMMS used to play this GREAT Elliott Murphy song called "Last of the Rock Stars" that I can't find anywhere. There are a few inferior versions floating around (not many) but the studio version they played was so much better.
Crap now I'm gonna start searching again.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 168||12/26/2012|
|by Casey Kasem||reply 169||12/26/2012|
|by Casey Kasem||reply 170||12/26/2012|
Swallowed by the Cracks - David & David
|by Casey Kasem||reply 171||12/26/2012|
Redneck Friend _ Jackson Browne
|by Casey Kasem||reply 172||12/26/2012|
Danny Whitten's original version of 'I don't want to talk about it' that Rod Stewart took and butchered.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 173||12/26/2012|
"Nice To See You" by the Left Banke. Should have been one of their big hits like Walk Away Renee and Pretty Ballerina.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 174||12/26/2012|
"Singing My Song" - Partridge Family
|by Casey Kasem||reply 175||12/26/2012|
|by Casey Kasem||reply 176||12/26/2012|
Bourgeois Tagg--sorry about the visuals, great song though
|by Casey Kasem||reply 177||12/27/2012|
Dr. Buzzard's Original Savannah Band -
Cherchez la Femme
|by Casey Kasem||reply 178||12/27/2012|
One of my favorites of all time, but I don't hear much anymore.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 179||12/27/2012|
|by Casey Kasem||reply 180||12/27/2012|
Eli's Cumming hide your hardon...
|by Casey Kasem||reply 181||12/27/2012|
Long John Baldry - Don't Try To Lay No Boogie Woogie On The King Of Rock and Roll
|by Casey Kasem||reply 182||12/27/2012|
The Pointer Sisters - Betcha Got A Chick On The Side
|by Casey Kasem||reply 183||12/27/2012|
One of these nights - The Eagles Angel - Aretha Franklin Steal Away - Sam Cooke
|by Casey Kasem||reply 184||12/27/2012|
R182, I chose that one too, it's great.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 185||12/27/2012|
I don't know if these songs are forgotten exactly, but I though I'd mention them:
"Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues" by Danny O'Keefe
"Please Come To Boston" by Dave Loggins
"Lay Down (Candles In The Rain)" by Melanie
"Do You Know What I Mean" by Lee Michaels
"Carefree Highway" by Gordon Lightfoot
"Until You Come Back To Me" by Aretha Franklin
|by Casey Kasem||reply 186||12/27/2012|
[quote]Magnet and Steel by Walter Egan
For the longest time, I had an ear worm of this song and would walk around singing, "For you are a faggot and I'm your meal!"
|by Casey Kasem||reply 187||12/27/2012|
'Seasons in the Sun', 'Billy, Don't Be A Hero', 'Sunshine on My Shoulders'; 1974 was a goldmine. Best chart year of the decade.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 188||12/27/2012|
'Seasons in the Sun', 'Billy, Don't Be A Hero', 'Sunshine on My Shoulders'; 1974 was a goldmine. Best chart year of the decade.
"Seasons In The Sun" and "Billy, Don't Be A Hero" are invariably on "worst songs" lists. Those songs sucked. They were dreck! "Sunshine On My Shoulders" was a syrupy John Denver song that is kind of tolerable in a way.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 189||12/27/2012|
You seem to be familiar with lists made to guide your personal opinions about the merit of popular music. 'Billy Don't Be A Hero' is an awesome anti-war record with a biting finale that resonated with war weary audiences of the '70s. It's banned to this day on oldies radio stations for the same reasons it became one of the most popular, yet hated records of its time. In other words, it would be of value for people to look at who is writing these lists and why.
1974 is the most quintisentially '70s year of the decade. If you hate the music of 1974, you simply hate America at the apex of its self awareness as a culture.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 190||12/27/2012|
Pow Wow by Cory Daye
|by Casey Kasem||reply 191||12/27/2012|
Fools Overture by Supertramp, I Love The Night by Blue Oyster Cult, Parents by Budgie
|by Casey Kasem||reply 192||12/27/2012|
Virtually everything by the Irish band Thin Lizzy. What a band. Most people in the U.S. only know them for a handful of hits off the Jailbreak album. I would name "Still In Love With You", "Wild One", "Don't Believe a Word" and "Waiting For An Alibi." My favorite band as a kid growing up in Texas. Great memories.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 193||12/27/2012|
I remember Thin Lizzy. My brother and I had several of their albums and 8-tracks as teens. Good times. Thanks for the reminder. We loved them. I miss you, Griff (RIP 1960-1980). The best brother and friend a guy could have.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 194||12/27/2012|
Funny How the Time Slips Away - Jimmy Elledge.
Sunday Morning Coming Down - Johnny Cash.
For the Good Times - Ray Price
Tragedy - Thomas Wayne. also, The Fleetwoods.
You've Still Got a Place in My Heart - Glen Campbell.
Kalua - Louie Roberts. A teenager.
Help Me Make It Through the Night - Sammi Smith
|by Casey Kasem||reply 195||12/28/2012|
California Soul, Marlena Shaw.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 196||12/28/2012|
Paul, what happened to Griff?
|by Casey Kasem||reply 197||12/28/2012|
Keep Your Hands to Yourself
Candida (Tony Orlando and Dawn)
Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head
Ego (Elton John)
|by Casey Kasem||reply 198||12/28/2012|
"Lick It Before You Stick It" by Denise Lasalle
|by Casey Kasem||reply 199||12/28/2012|
'You've got your troubles' by The Fortunes
|by Casey Kasem||reply 200||12/28/2012|
My favorite Elton John song "Friends".
|by Casey Kasem||reply 201||12/28/2012|
R197 He was killed by a drunk driver in the August of 1980. He is missed every day.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 202||12/28/2012|
"Telephone Man" by Meri Wilson. Great novelty song. My step-dad was a telephone man back then and I had a huge crush on him. He looked like the construction worker in the Village People (but straight).
|by Casey Kasem||reply 203||12/28/2012|
Edge of the Universe by the Bee Gees. A great track from their Main Course album. The live version from Here at Last... was even better.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 204||12/28/2012|
I forgot about Edge Of The Universe. The Bee Gees were brilliant and had just as many great "deeper tracks" as they did hits. Another great one was "Down The Road".
|by Casey Kasem||reply 205||12/28/2012|
Relight My Fire by Dan Hartman. It was huge in U.S. clubs (circa early-1980) and big in Europe, but it never made much of an impact on the pop charts. Excellent song. Also, Walk The Night by The Skatt Brothers (unfortunate name for a group, but a great song). It was out at the same time.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 206||12/28/2012|
Dreams by Barry Goudreau. A Boston rip-off, but a good one.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 207||12/28/2012|
'She Did It' by Michael Damian. The best song of 1981 by the sexiest man ever.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 208||12/28/2012|
DROP DA PILOT by JOAN ARMATRADING I NEEDS A MAN by GRACE JONES PULL UP IN MY BUMPER by GRACE JONES
|by Casey Kasem||reply 209||12/28/2012|
Radioland - Kraftwerk
|by Casey Kasem||reply 210||12/28/2012|
He's a Liar Bee Gees. Very under-rated song from a very under-rated album (Living Eyes).
|by Casey Kasem||reply 211||12/28/2012|
Snortin' Whiskey - Pat Travers Band ('80)
|by Casey Kasem||reply 212||12/28/2012|
Two songs by my all time favorite singer, Gloria Loring. "Facts Of Life" and "Friends & Lovers". She was the greatest rock/pop singer of the 1980s bar none.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 213||12/28/2012|
You Dont Want Me Anymore from Steel Breeze
|by Casey Kasem||reply 214||12/28/2012|
One I loved was "Down Deep Inside" by Donna Summer. It was from a Nick Nolte movie called "The Deep." There were two different versions. One was disco, the other was a ballad. I liked the disco version. I had it on a 12" single (it followed the fabulous "I Feel Love"). A great forgotten single by the queen of disco. Ah, the memories.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 215||12/28/2012|
Rush Rush by Debbie Harry and Giorgio Moroder. It was a massive club hit in '83
|by Casey Kasem||reply 216||12/28/2012|
"Joan Crawford" by Blue Oyster Cult
|by Casey Kasem||reply 217||12/28/2012|
"Love Sensation" by the late Loleatta Holloway
|by Casey Kasem||reply 218||12/28/2012|
I Want You to Want Me - Cheap Trick
|by Casey Kasem||reply 219||12/28/2012|
Another little known Bee Gees song "Charade".
|by Casey Kasem||reply 220||12/28/2012|
Action Man by the Village People. Lady by Little River Band. Freakazoid by Midnight Star. Let Me Tickle Your Fancy by Jermaine Jackass. Attack of the Name Game by Stacy Lattisaw. Square Biz by Teena Marie.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 221||12/28/2012|
Auf Wiedersehen-CHEAP TRICK, Jocko Homo-DEVO, Dirty Back Road-THE B-52'S, This Town-THE GO-GO'S, Take Me To The Top-LOVERBOY, Red Skies-THE FIXX
|by Casey Kasem||reply 222||12/28/2012|
Mickey Mouse Theme by Lisa Whelchel & the Forgotten Mousketeers of the 70s.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 223||12/28/2012|
Oh, no. Here goes the Lisa Whelchel obsessive again...
|by Casey Kasem||reply 224||12/28/2012|
Thankfully, the entire catalog of that bigot Anita Bryant. I hope they incenerated the master tapes and send her the ashes in HELL.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 225||12/28/2012|
"Stars Fell on Alabama"
"All the Things You Are"
|by Casey Kasem||reply 226||12/28/2012|
Me too r225. I'm old enough to remember that cunt.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 227||12/28/2012|
|by Casey Kasem||reply 228||12/28/2012|
Edison Lighthouse - Love Grows Where My Rosemary Goes
|by Casey Kasem||reply 229||12/28/2012|
Andy Fairweather-Low - Wide Eyed and Legless (which always reminds me of Maria Muldaur's Midnight at the Oasis)
|by Casey Kasem||reply 230||12/28/2012|
The wonderfully experimental late '70s and early '80s as (commercially) epitomised by David Bowie's Scary Monsters, but easily surpassed by this now-forgotten gem - Robert Fripp's Exposure.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 231||12/28/2012|
Sheena Easton's classic Sugar Walls. Also Strut. Two great 80s classix.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 232||12/29/2012|
Thanks for the info, Paul. I'm sorry for your loss.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 233||12/29/2012|
I just heard this forgotten 1990 song I Don't Know Why I Love You by House of Love. They sound like The Church.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 234||12/29/2012|
You Don't Have To Be A Star (To Be in My Show) - Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 235||12/29/2012|
'Times Like These' by Dan Fogelberg
|by Casey Kasem||reply 236||12/29/2012|
Born Thia Way -Lady Gaga
Call mE mAYBE - cARLEY rAE
|by Casey Kasem||reply 237||12/29/2012|
Rise by Herb Alpert conjures up a really happy time in my life.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 238||12/29/2012|
Mine too, R238. Rise reminds me of the autumn of 1979. The best time of my life. I love that smooth jazzy sound, with just a hint of light disco. Wondrous!
|by Casey Kasem||reply 239||12/29/2012|
Baby I Need Your Loving - Johnny Rivers
|by Casey Kasem||reply 240||12/29/2012|
Right, R239. I know what I was doing. What were you doing back then? Spill.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 241||12/29/2012|
I'm familiar with all of these songs. How can they be forgotten if I hear them all several times during the course of the year whether at home or out and about? I hear more seventies music than at any time since the seventies. The stores spin the records that make their target consumer most comfortable. Ten years ago it was the sixties, twenty years ago the fifties.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 242||12/29/2012|
R241 - Lots of things that I'm too old and to responsible to do now. LOL. Let's just say there was great fun abundant for all involved. It's a much different world now. Alas.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 243||12/29/2012|
Here's a great ignored song from 2012 that wouldn't surprise me if it becomes forgotten.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 244||12/29/2012|
Hold On by Ian Gomm
|by Casey Kasem||reply 245||12/29/2012|
This Industrial tune by The Machines of Loving Grace always lifts my spirits.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 246||12/30/2012|
I'm the queen who always puts this song on here. It was never a hit but it deserved to be.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 247||12/30/2012|
I Touch Myself
|by Casey Kasem||reply 248||12/30/2012|
Yaz - Only You
|by Casey Kasem||reply 249||12/30/2012|
Fallin' by Connie Francis. Possibly the only cool thing she ever sang.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 250||12/30/2012|
"Hotel California" by The Eagles. Oh, wait. It's on the radio right now. Never mind.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 251||12/30/2012|
I hope and pray that "Gangnam Style" by PSI is forgotten very fucking soon. That is the worst thing to hit the airwaves since the fucking Spice Girls.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 252||12/30/2012|
So Alive - Love and Rockets
|by Casey Kasem||reply 253||12/30/2012|
Born to be Alive - Patrick Hernandez
|by Casey Kasem||reply 254||12/30/2012|
Land of Make Believe - Esther Satterfield and Chuck Mangione
|by Casey Kasem||reply 255||12/30/2012|
I think in general songs used to last longer. It seemed like the hits were "hits" for years.
I'm surprised at some of the older singers and songs my nieces and nephews (ages 2-12) know. For instance one of the girls is obsessed with Tom Petty, and one loves Cindy Lauper. I think video games is part of it.
For those of us in our 30s, we were lucky enough to have a great eclectic AOR station like Chicago's XRT. That's where I first heard stuff like Steely Dan as a kid. Sirius/Xm has too many choices, so its actually limiting. You are not held hostage to a station, so you skip past the stuff that at first listen may not be your cup of tea, limiting your exposure.
I'm not sure how much is memorable now...maybe Adele.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 256||12/30/2012|
"Private Affair" by Garfield from around 1977. The song was even over-looked at the time, but was a beautiful song. It did get some airplay on FM stations. A wonderful story song.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 257||12/30/2012|
[quote]Hold On by Ian Gomm
Thanks, R245. Love that one!
|by Casey Kasem||reply 258||12/30/2012|
Let's all Chant by Michael Zager Band. I heard that song today for the first time since about 1978. It reminds me of the old days of dancing all night and laughing with friends that I later lost in the early years of the plague.I still have my memories of those wonderful nights and beautiful people.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 259||12/30/2012|
"Kiss" by Tom Jones and Art of Noise
|by Casey Kasem||reply 260||12/30/2012|
Your Love - LIME / Pull Up To The Bumper - GRACE JONES / Cruising The Streets - BOYS TOWN GANG
|by Casey Kasem||reply 261||12/30/2012|
Alright, I'm just gonna say it. Many of these posts look just plain stupid on a thread titled Forgotten Songs. As r242 notes, a lot of these songs listed aren't even that obscure if you've been on this planet for a while. Oh, and teenybop crap songs from 1974 don't qualify as great songs.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 262||12/30/2012|
One of my favorites, "Pump Your Blood" by Potsie Weber.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 263||12/30/2012|
"Ebony And Ivory" by Scott Baio and Jamie Foxx
|by Casey Kasem||reply 264||12/30/2012|
I Paralyze by Cher. Her greatest song. It was criminally overlooked because her label, Casablanca, was up to their assholes in debt and couldn't promote it. Should have been massive. Another forgotten classic was I Eat Cannibals by Total Coelo. I think it was a bigger hit in England but it was on MTV quite a bit here in 82.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 265||12/30/2012|
General Hospi-tale by The Afternoon Delights. Possibly the greatest novelty song ever.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 266||12/30/2012|
The Losers by Warrior Soul from 1990. They should have ruled the world.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 267||12/30/2012|
"Suppertime" sung by Ethel Waters. It's about a woman who doesn't know how to tell her kids that their father has been lynched. Written by Irving Berlin, its from "As Thousands Cheer".
"Justified and Ancient" by KLF and Tammy Wynette. This is the weirdest fusion of musicians but it totally works.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 268||12/30/2012|
"Justified and Ancient"-
|by Casey Kasem||reply 269||12/30/2012|
"Don't It Make My Brown-Eye Blue" by Clay Aiken
|by Casey Kasem||reply 270||12/30/2012|
"Tango" by Peggy Lee
|by Casey Kasem||reply 271||12/30/2012|
I never liked Van Halen after Roth and the first few albums, but this is a great song. Hagar is also the better singer.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 272||12/30/2012|
'Johnny Reno' by Jerry Wallace
|by Casey Kasem||reply 273||01/02/2013|
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|by Casey Kasem||reply 274||01/02/2013|
'Easy To Be Stupid' by Howlin' Maggie
|by Casey Kasem||reply 275||01/02/2013|
Miss America by Styx
|by Casey Kasem||reply 276||01/05/2013|
Skyy - Call me
|by Casey Kasem||reply 277||01/05/2013|
Floyd - Fearless
|by Casey Kasem||reply 278||01/05/2013|
10cc - Rubber Bullets
|by Casey Kasem||reply 279||01/05/2013|
Shes a Woman in Love
|by Casey Kasem||reply 280||01/05/2013|
Party Town - Glen Frey
|by Casey Kasem||reply 281||01/05/2013|
|by Casey Kasem||reply 282||01/05/2013|
|by Casey Kasem||reply 283||01/05/2013|
R276 thru R283 - One, two, or even three songs would have been enough. We don't need you to list everything in your record collection.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 284||01/05/2013|
I don't think that this song is forgotten but with Americans you never know...
I'm sure that Europeans Dataloungers are fond of this highly erotic song.
Terry Hall-Forever J
|by Casey Kasem||reply 285||01/05/2013|
"I Was Made For Loving You"- Kiss
"Good Lovin'"- The Young Rascals
|by Casey Kasem||reply 286||01/05/2013|
I LOVE SERGE GAINSBOURG SONGS.
He wrote this cool and breezy song for Isabelle Adjani to sing. I love it!
|by Casey Kasem||reply 287||01/06/2013|
From 3:29 to 3:40 i really love this video clip
|by Casey Kasem||reply 288||01/06/2013|
I have several of these on my Ipod.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 289||01/06/2013|
Others on my current playlist:
Ashes to Ashes-- Bowie
Don't Look Back--Boston
Dream Police--Cheap Trick
Go Now--Moody Blues
Hot Fun in the Summertime--Sly
I Feel for You--Chaka
Does Your Mama Know--Abba
Love's Theme--Love's Unlimited Orchestra
Strawberry Letter #23-Brothers Johnson
Sweet Talking Woman--ELO
You're My Best Friend--Queen
|by Casey Kasem||reply 290||01/06/2013|
'Sorry' by Adrina Thorpe
It makes me shiver at certain times
|by Casey Kasem||reply 291||01/06/2013|
Popping in to say that I have never heard of most of these songs.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 292||01/06/2013|
"The Same Old Tears On A New Background" - Art Garfunkel
|by Casey Kasem||reply 293||01/06/2013|
The Sign-Ace of Base
You Oughta Know-Alannis Morrisette
Everybody Hurts-Depeche Mode
Losing My Religion-REM
People Are Still Having Sex-LaTour
|by Casey Kasem||reply 294||01/06/2013|
Somebody has a case of the seventies (this means you R290).
|by Casey Kasem||reply 295||01/08/2013|
Proud of it, R295!
|by Casey Kasem||reply 296||01/08/2013|
"It's a Heartache"- Bonnie Tyler
Her 80s power ballads are what most people remember about her, not her first US hit.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 297||01/08/2013|
Ayla by Flash & the Pan
|by Casey Kasem||reply 298||01/08/2013|
Fool's Garden-Lemon Tree
|by Casey Kasem||reply 299||01/08/2013|
Thoughts of a winter moon
Warm in a distant room
Why did I fall asleep so soon
Ooh, ooh, ah, Ooh, ooh, ah
My painted horse is weeping
|by Casey Kasem||reply 300||01/08/2013|
"Get Off" by Foxy
|by Casey Kasem||reply 301||01/08/2013|
Brides of Neptune -- Cracker
Concrete Blonde -- Take Me Home
|by Casey Kasem||reply 302||01/08/2013|
There are lots of oldies radio stations (they must be popular) and they continuously play a lot of these so-called "forgotten" songs.
|by Casey Kasem||reply 303||01/08/2013|
New Orleans Ladies by Louisiana Leroux
|by Casey Kasem||reply 304||01/09/2013|
R303 can you stop being an asshole?
|by Casey Kasem||reply 305||01/09/2013|
Jackson Browne - Redneck Friend
|by Casey Kasem||reply 306||01/10/2013|
"Da Gatsby Be Fly, Motha Fucka" (Love Theme from "The Great Gatsby") by Jay-Z
|by Casey Kasem||reply 307||01/10/2013|
Last Night Was Made For Love-Billy Fury
|by Casey Kasem||reply 308||01/13/2013|