In keeping with the ‘Lists’ theme of the 4-14-13 Daily Post, here are some of the ‘B’ songs on my iPod:
- Boogie Wonderland by Earth, Wind and Fire – EWF never fails to get me moving!
- Barely Breathing by Duncan Sheik – Kind of a one-hit wonder, but I like the lyrics.
- Barracuda by Heart – From the opening riff to Ann Wilson’s soaring lead vocals, I can’t find fault with any of this classic rock ‘n’ roller. They’re in their 60’s now — but they can still rock this song!
- Behind Blue Eyes by The Who – The Who is one of my favorite groups.
- Bossa Nova Baby by Elvis – After my sister was divorced, she and I would go out dancing together. At the club we frequented, the DJ played a great mix of oldies and new hits. This Elvis tune is catchy and fun to dance to!
- The Boxer by Simon & Garfunkel – Paul Simon is a legendary songwriter. His harmony with Art Garfunkel is a thing of beauty.
- Black Magic Woman by Santana – I never get tired of listening to Carlos Santana’s guitar.
- Blackbird by The Beatles – Simple, beautiful, timeless.
- Blinded By the Light by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band – What kid doesn’t hear the lyrics wrong on this one? Fun imagery.
- Boat Drinks by Jimmy Buffett – I want to retire in Key West and listen to Buffett all day long.
- Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen – Oh, Freddie, I miss the music you might have made.