Monday, May 21, 2018

Josh Rouse @ The Dakota Jazz Club 5/19/18

So the wife and I and a friend saw Josh Rouse on Saturday Night.

I have said what I have about The Dakota in the recent past (and further back, which I considered it the best live music venue at 1 time, in Bandana Square in St.Paul).

But I do like their policy with 2 shows, when the 2nd isn't sold out, people from the 1st can see the 2nd for free (more drinks?).

Below is the set list for the 1st show at 7PM:

Businessman
Love In The Modern Age
It's the Nightime
1972
Salton Sea
It Looks Like Love
Ordinary People, Ordinary Lives
Comeback (Light Therapy)
Flight Attendant
Women The Wind
Dressed Up Like Nebraska
Simple Pleasure
My Love Has Gone
Winter in the Hamptons
I Will Live On Islands
(solo)
Sad Eyes
(starts solo and then band rejoins)

Encore:
Love Vibration

The 2nd set was not identical and included Michigan (with some help from our table and some others shouting it out), and few other different songs. But overall was  pretty similar.

The thing about this show, compared to the 2 other times I saw Josh Rouse, was HIS BAND was basically on fire! Throughout most of the 1st set, and much of the 2nd set as well. Even having the crowd stand up for the encore, which I've never seen any crowd stand up at The Dakota from memory, and dance.

His bassist was the same, James "Hags" Haggerty from at least the last show I and the wife saw him at The Fine Line. But his guitarist and drummer? I'm not sure.

Both of them and all 4 were really hitting on all cylinders and in great spirits. Songs like "Salton Sea" "Winter in the Hamptons" 'Dressed Up Like Nebraska" and an obvious staple and live favorite "Comeback (Light Therapy)" were among the many highlights.

My wife's friend has said that Josh Rouse's live music outshines his studio work, which after Saturday night, I can totally see. Although after the show I ended up revisiting some of the older tunes from Nashville and 1972 namely, and must say there's a reason I got into those records and bought them on vinyl. The layering and mood totally works on them.

I may try and revisiting and listening to more of his earlier records again, that my wife of course knows rather well. Some I have on CD, some I do not.

But I guess my thought is to not miss Josh Rouse live if possible, other than when he opens for Nick Lowe I suppose. This was the 8th time (or 9th and 10th shows?) seeing him, and I can see why, per when his band is on, they are really good live. A bit like the First National Band show we saw in January. Nesmith's band was on fire, thus he and the music was awesome. Josh Rouse was the same way on Saturday.

Also "Salton Sea" while greater live, has become 1 of my favorite Josh Rouse tunes and 1 of the best songs from 2018.
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VENNART - Donkey Kong [1B] (2018)



http://www.vennart.com/

Vennart (aka Mike Vennart's band) has an upcoming record, his/their 2nd album, the follow-up to The Demon Joke from 2015, an album I love a ton.

So if you go to Vennart's site and sign/re-sign up to the email list, you get a free download of "Donkey Kong" the 1st single.

Just listening now, uh, I really like a lot of this, but good lord this song is ALL OVER THE PLACE, schizophrenic, but not contrived really.

I suppose it's not all that unusual for Mike, but I at the same time I'm not sure he's written a song that with as many changes?

At any case, I certainly will post a brand new entry about the album, details, etc. But for now, I can certainly endorse this to anyone who enjoys The Demon Joke or Oceansize of course.

oh and it may take a little while to get an email (someone mentioned a couple of hours), but it's well worth the wait.

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Bend Sinister - Foolish Games (2017-2018)

2 more songs. Thumbs up of course. Catchy, energetic. I think Shannon may be the best of the 3 actually.

SHANNON

"Show Me How to Love":



lyric video for "Heard it All Before". Fun tune!



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Their upcoming full-length album, Foolish Games, is set to be released in May 2018.

 The 1st single "Heard it All Before" is there to stream (haven't listened yet of course).

More details coming, of course my Fanboy-bias is in full-force here.

But the honest to gawd truth is, I enjoy every single release they've had, to varying degrees. But the full-lengths especially are all between 3.5-5 stars. Animals was great in 2014 and Small Fame I have almost come to prefer even more.

2017's EP Walk the Other Way also I thoroughly enjoy.

Also we'll see what this one it like with their new drummer. 

Friday, May 18, 2018

REACT TO (PART 1): 89.3's "893 ESSENTIAL SONGS" (STATS/RESULTS)

So I'm deciding to just publish this transcribing (copying+pasting) of 89.3's "893 Essential Songs List" for now along with the brunt of this work, the Stats aka Analytics.

Or Part 1, just purely from a numbers standpoint.

And I received an email about the list with following vague numbers

there were nearly 4,000 ballots submitted, with 3,794 unique artists and 11,447 songs

Which looking at the results below, puts this a bit more in perspective. nearly 4,000 ballots and 3,794 artists. Yet only 365 artists ended up in the 893 songs, which is only 9.6%, or 90.4% of the artists (3,429) did not show up. I.e. on average less then 1 out of every 10 artists voted for, lol.

11,447 songs voted for, and 893 make it obviously. Again only 7.4%. Obviously not everyone will vote for the same songs, etc, but 10,554 songs were voted for didn't make it 92.6%.

But as some of the other stats below show, nearly 76% of the songs that made the 893, were among the 150 artists that had more than 1 song. In other words, 3/4 of the songs that made it were from the same artists, whereas only 1/4 were artists which only got 1 song in the 893. It's even more staggering if you take the percentage that were The Beatles, Prince, Bowie, Zeppelin and few others, etc.

Why they could have made a rule that you couldn't vote for more than 1 song from the same artist (like I followed on my ballot). But in thinking about that, I suppose then the results would have ended up like the 893 Artists list from 2017 (although in some ways they still did).

I just think many of those close to 4,000 ballots had people including 2 or 3 or 4 Bowie or The Cure songs, which to me speaks to the limitations of many of the listeners/voters narrow taste.

Anyway, instead of going into the whole REACT-TO with my list of 500+ songs or whatever, I will try and work on that in the coming days/weeks. And even just artists who didn't show up, lol. 893 potential, but only 365 ended up. At least 100-200 more had some of these artists not had so many more than just 1 (Lizzo?..really? Jason Isbell?..yeah all of those songs belong in there ahead of The Monkees or Yes, lol).

But yeah, a Part 2 and/or Part 3 should come in the form of MY ESSENTIAL or just FAVORITE SONGS list.

Also worth adding how Shine On, 2112, Abbey Road Medley, etc were of course CUTOFF. I.e. only an excerpt was played, yet the votes I know were for the entire piece/suite/song. But they need to babble on and beg for money and can't allow 1 single voted song take more than 5 or 6 minutes. It's just eye-rolling as fuck and another reason I don't listen to their station 99% of the time I turn on the radio (WDGY is sohh much better anyway).

I will say, I wish I could have heard Jungleland on the air and certainly expect that track to be in MY list (okay, a small spoiler among that large number of songs).

893 Essential Songs Link

1.  Prince: Purple Rain
2.  Queen: Bohemian Rhapsody
3.  David Bowie: Heroes
4.  John Lennon: Imagine
5.  The Beatles: A Day in the Life
6.  Nirvana: Smells Like Teen Spirit
7.  Bob Dylan: Like a Rolling Stone
8.  Pink Floyd: Wish You Were Here
9.  Bob Dylan: Tangled Up in Blue
10. Led Zeppelin: Stairway to Heaven
11. David Bowie and Queen: Under Pressure
12. Prince: When Doves Cry
13. The Beach Boys: God Only Knows
14. The Rolling Stones: Gimme Shelter
15. Foo Fighters: Everlong
16. Jeff Buckley: Hallelujah
17. Bruce Springsteen: Born to Run
18. Aretha Franklin: Respect
19. The Beatles: Hey Jude
20. Prince: Let's Go Crazy
21. Marvin Gaye: What's Goin' On?
22. The Clash: London Calling
23. Talking Heads: This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)
24. Bruce Springsteen: Thunder Road
25. The Band: The Weight
26. The Beatles: Here Comes the Sun
27. David Bowie: Space Oddity
28. The Rolling Stones: Sympathy for the Devil
29. Michael Jackson: Billie Jean
30. The Beatles: Let It Be
31. Radiohead: Paranoid Android
32. The Beatles: In My Life
33. Sam Cooke: A Change is Going to Come
34. David Bowie: Life On Mars?
35. Earth, Wind and Fire: September
36. Van Morrison: Into the Mystic
37. U2: One
38. Etta James: At Last
39. Beastie Boys: Sabotage
40. Otis Redding: (Sittin' on) The Dock Of The Bay
41. Johnny Cash: Hurt
42. Simon and Garfunkel: The Sounds of Silence
43. Prince: Kiss
44. Led Zeppelin: Kashmir
45. Stevie Wonder: Superstition
46. Queen: Somebody to Love
47. Louis Armstrong: What a Wonderful World
48. U2: Where The Streets Have No Name
49. Pixies: Where is My Mind
50. Fleetwood Mac: Landslide
51. The Replacements: Can't Hardly Wait
52. Led Zeppelin: Ramble On
53. Joni Mitchell: A Case Of You
54. Pearl Jam: Black
55. Radiohead: Creep
56. The Smiths: How Soon Is Now?
57. Johnny Cash: Folsom Prison Blues
58. Fleetwood Mac: The Chain
59. The Beatles: While My Guitar Gently Weeps
60. Talking Heads: Once in a Lifetime
61. U2: I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
62. Prince: 1999
63. Brandi Carlile: The Story
64. Elton John: Tiny Dancer
65. The Cure: Just Like Heaven
66. The White Stripes: Seven Nation Army
67. Arcade Fire: Wake Up
68. Prince: 7
69. Tom Petty: American Girl
70. Jimi Hendrix: All Along the Watchtower
71. Bob Dylan: Don't Think Twice, It's All Right
72. R.E.M.: Nightswimming
73. Simon and Garfunkel: America
74. Bon Iver: Skinny Love
75. Dolly Parton: Jolene
76. Leonard Cohen: Hallelujah
77. U2: With or Without You
78. David Bowie: Starman
79. The Beatles: Blackbird
80. Dave Brubeck Quartet: Take Five
81. Michael Jackson: Thriller
82. Janis Joplin: Me and Bobby McGee
83. The Replacements: I Will Dare
84. Johnny Cash: Ring of Fire
85. The Jayhawks: Blue
86. Prince: Little Red Corvette
87. Pink Floyd: Comfortably Numb
88. Stevie Wonder: Sir Duke
89. Oasis: Wonderwall
90. U2: Bad
91. The Who: Baba O'Riley
92. Joy Division: Love Will Tear Us Apart
93. Outkast: Hey Ya!
94. Led Zeppelin: When The Levee Breaks
95. The Beatles: Something
96. The Flaming Lips: Do You Realize??
97. Fleetwood Mac: Dreams
98. Pearl Jam: Alive
99. Public Enemy: Fight the Power
100. The Beatles: Strawberry Fields Forever
101. The Rolling Stones: (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
102. Led Zeppelin: Immigrant Song
103. John Prine and Bonnie Raitt: Angel from Montgomery
104. Bob Dylan: Girl From The North Country
105. Patsy Cline: Crazy
106. Paul Simon: Graceland
107. New Order: Blue Monday
108. Prince: When You Were Mine
109. Eagles: Hotel California
110. Radiohead: Karma Police
111. The Replacements: Alex Chilton
112.  Billy Bragg and Wilco: California Stars
113. Led Zeppelin: Going To California
114. Simon and Garfunkel: The Boxer
115. Beck: Loser
116. The Replacements: Unsatisfied
117. The Beatles: Norwegian Wood
118. Radiohead: Fake Plastic Trees
119. Derek and the Dominos: Layla
120. Neil Young: Old Man
121. Miles Davis: So What
122. The Beatles: Eleanor Rigby
123. Weezer: Say it Ain't So
124. Nina Simone: Feeling Good
125. Toto: Arica
126. A Tribe Called Quest: Scenario
127. Grateful Dead: Ripple
128. Depeche Mode: Enjoy the Silence
129. Lizzo: Good As Hell
130. The Beatles: Yesterday
131. Otis Redding: Try a Little Tenderness
132. The Beach Boys: Good Vibrations
133. R.E.M.: Losing My Religion
134. Journey: Don't Stop Believin'
135. Neil Young: Harvest Moon
136. Van Morrison: Moondance
137. The Killers: Mr. Brightside
138. Led Zeppelin: Over the Hills and Far Away
139. Indigo Girls: Closer to Fine
140. Al Green: Let's Stay Together
141. Electric Light Orchestra: Mr. Blue Sky
142. Jason Isbell: If We Were Vampires
143. Queen: Don't Stop Me Now
144. The Clash: Train In Vain
145. Led Zeppelin: Black Dog
146. The Replacements: Bastards of Young
147. Radiohead: Let Down
148. Prince: The Beautiful Ones
149. Elton John: Your Song
150. Trampled by Turtles: Alone
151. David Bowie: Rebel Rebel
152. Peter Gabriel: In Your Eyes
153. R.E.M.: It's the End of the World As We know it (And I Feel Fine)
154. Prince: Controversy
155. Simon and Garfunkel: Bridge Over Troubled Water
156. Violent Femmes: Blister In The Sun
157. The Beatles: Tomorrow Never Knows
158. Prince: I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man
159. The Smiths: There Is a Light That Never Goes Out
160. Van Morrison: Brown Eyed Girl
161. Prince: Raspberry Beret
162. Janis Joplin: Piece of My Heart
163. LCD Soundsystem: All My Friends
164. The Replacements: Left of the Dial
165. Don McLean: American Pie
166. The Rolling Stones: Wild Horses
167. Bon Iver: Holocene
168. Fleetwood Mac: Go Your Own Way
169. Fugazi: Waiting Room
170. Jackson 5: I Want You Back
171. ABBA: Dancing Queen
172. Patti Smith: Gloria
173. The Rolling Stones: Paint it Black
174. The Cure: Lovesong
175. The Beatles: Across the Universe
176. Israel Kamakawiwo'ole: Somewhere Over The Rainbow / What A Wonderful World
177. Arcade Fire: Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)
178. New Order: Ceremony
179. Whitney Houston: I Wanna Dance with Somebody
180. Jeff Buckley: Last Goodbye
181. The B-52's: Rock Lobster
182. U2: Sunday Bloody Sunday
183. Pink Floyd: Time
184. Metallica: Enter Sandman
185. New Order: Bizarre Love Triangle
186. Ramones: Blitzkrieg Bop
187. Jimi Hendrix: Little Wing
188. Pearl Jam: Jeremy
189. Sam Cooke: Bring It On Home To Me
190. Prince: I Would Die 4 U
191. The Verve: Bitter Sweet Symphony
192. Amy Winehouse: Back to Black
193. The Cure: Pictures of You
194. Guns N' Roses: Sweet Child O' Mine
195. Kate Bush: Running Up That Hill
196. Elvis Costello: Alison
197. The Beatles: Come Together
198. Television: Marquee Moon
199.    U2: Desire
200. The Rolling Stones: Beast of Burden
201. Ben E. King: Stand By Me
202. Tears for Fears: Everybody Wants to Rule the World
203. Van Morrison: Tupelo Honey
204. Billie Holiday: Strange Fruit
205. Ike and Tina Turner: Proud Mary
206. Pearl Jam: Yellow Ledbetter
207. Bill Withers: Lovely Day
208. The Ronettes: Be My Baby
209. Aerosmith: Dream On
210. The Cure: Close To Me
211. INXS: Don't Change
212. LCD Soundsystem: Dance Yrself Clean
213. Pulp: Common People
214. Iggy Pop: Lust For Life
215. Lou Reed: Perfect Day
216. The Shins: New Slang
217. Deee-Lite: Groove Is In The Heart
218. Dusty Springfield: Son Of A Preacher Man
219. Wilco: Impossible Germany
220. Queen: Killer Queen
221. Joni Mitchell: River
222. Smashing Pumpkins: 1979
223. The Cranberries: Linger
224. David Bowie: Ziggy Stardust
225. Michael Jackson: Man In The Mirror
226. Eurythmics: Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)
227. Bill Withers: Ain't No Sunshine
228. The Killers: All These Things That I've Done
229. New Order: Temptation
230. Wilco: I Am Trying To Break Your Heart
231. Bob Dylan: The Times They Are A-Changin'
232. Blondie: Heart Of Glass
233. A-ha: Take On Me
234. R.E.M.: Radio Free Europe
235. Tracy Chapman: Fast Car
236. Bruce Springsteen: Jungleland
237. Patti Smith: Because The Night
238. Atmosphere: Shhh
239. James Taylor: Fire and Rain
240. Sugar: If I Can't Change Your Mind
241. Simon and Garfunkel: The Only Living Boy In New York
242. Bob Marley and The Wailers: Three Little Birds
243. Joni Mitchell: Both Sides Now
244. The National: Fake Empire
245. The Beatles: Abbey Road Medley 2 (Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight/The End)
246. Prince: Baby I'm A Star
247. Mazzy Star: Fade Into You
248. The Hold Steady: Stuck Between Stations
249. Madonna: Like A Prayer
250. Lauryn Hill: Doo-Wop (That Thing)
251. Metallica: Master of Puppets
252. Pixies: Debaser
253. Talking Heads: Life During Wartime
254. Neil Young: Heart Of Gold
255. Bruce Springsteen: I'm On Fire
256. Sufjan Stevens: Chicago
257. Billy Joel: Piano Man
258. Rage Against The Machine: Killing In The Name
259. The Suburbs: Love Is The Law
260. Led Zeppelin: Tangerine
261. First Aid Kit: Emmylou
262. Edith Piaf: La Vie en rose
263. Pixies: Gigantic
264. Marvin Gaye: Let's Get It On
265. Yeah Yeah Yeahs: Maps
266. Sex Pistols: God Save the Queen
267. Neutral Milk Hotel: Holland, 1945
268. The Rolling Stones: You Can't Always Get What You Want
269. Amy Winehouse: Rehab
270. Boston: More Than A Feeling
271. The Velvet Underground: Pale Blue Eyes
272. Bob Dylan: Blowin' In The Wind
273. Jimi Hendrix: Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
274. Nirvana: Lithium
275. The Who: Won't Get Fooled Again
276. Pixies: Here Comes Your Man
277. The Beatles: I Am The Walrus
278. Adele: Someone Like You
279. Bob Dylan: Shelter From The Storm
280. Old Crow Medicine Show: Wagon Wheel
281. Pink Floyd: Shine On You Crazy Diamond (Parts I-V)
282. Radiohead: Reckoner
283. Son Volt: Windfall
284. The Rolling Stones: Can't You Hear Me Knocking
285. Chuck Berry: Johnny B. Goode
286. David Bowie: Let's Dance
287. Led Zeppelin: Whole Lotta Love
288. Elvis Costello: (What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding
289. Neil Young: Cinnamon Girl
290. Bob Dylan: A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall
291. Talking Heads: Burning Down The House
292. Weezer: El Scorcho
293. Van Morrison: Astral Weeks
294. The Beach Boys: Wouldn't It Be Nice
295. Modest Mouse: Float On
296. Bruce Springsteen: The River
297. Cyndi Lauper: Time After Time
298. Guns N' Roses: November Rain
299. Michael Jackson: Beat It
300. Bob Marley and The Wailers: No Woman, No Cry
301. U2: Beautiful Day
302. Lynyrd Skynyrd: Free Bird
303. Elton John: Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
304. A Tribe Called Quest: Can I Kick It
305. R.E.M.: Fall On Me
306. Van Morrison: Caravan
307. The Who: My Generation
308. The Breeders: Cannonball
309. Rod Stewart: Maggie May
310. Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros: Home
311. Red Hot Chili Peppers: Under The Bridge
312. Tom Petty: Wildflowers
313. New Order: Age Of Consent
314. David Bowie: Modern Love
315. Bob Dylan: Forever Young
316. The Cranberries: Zombie
317. Talking Heads: Psycho Killer
318. Crosby, Stills and Nash: Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
319. Matthew Sweet: Girlfriend
320. Van Morrison: Sweet Thing
321. Rilo Kiley: Portions For Foxes
322. Led Zeppelin: No Quarter
323. Trampled By Turtles: Wait So Long
324. TV On The Radio: Wolf Like Me
325. Wilco: Jesus, Etc.
326. Bob Dylan: Visions of Johanna
327. Neutral Milk Hotel: In The Aeroplane Over the Sea
328. Mark Ronson: Valerie (feat. Amy Winehouse)
329. Nirvana: Come As You Are
330. Bob Marley and The Wailers: Redemption Song
331. George Michael: Freedom'90
332. Bjork: Army of Me
333. David Bowie: Suffragette City
334. Kanye West: Runaway
335. Neil Young: Harvest
336. Prince: I Wanna Be Your Lover
337. Sex Pistols: Anarchy in the UK
338. Tame Impala: Let It Happen
339. Motorhead: Ace of Spades
340. Beyonce: Formation
341. U2: New Year's Day
342. Coldplay: Yellow
343. Phil Collins: In The Air Tonight
344. Led Zeppelin: Rock And Roll
345. The Kinks: Waterloo Sunset
346. Bob Dylan: It's Alright, Ma (I'm Only Bleeding)
347. Pink Floyd: Us And Them
348. The Clash: Straight To Hell
349. Lizzo: Truth Hurts
350. Jeff Buckley: Lover, You Should've Come Over
351. Cat Stevens: Wild World
352. Frank Sinatra: Fly Me To The Moon
353. Led Zeppelin: Dazed And Confused
354. Creedence Clearwater Revival: Fortunate Son
355. Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto: The Girl From Ipanema
356. AC/DC: Back In Black
357. Paul McCartney: Maybe I'm Amazed
358. Sly and the Family Stone: Everyday People
359. The Doors: Light My Fire
360. Sinead O'Connor: Nothing Compares 2 U
361. Arcade Fire: The Suburbs
362. Black Sabbath: War Pigs
363. David Bowie: Changes
364. Depeche Mode: Personal Jesus
365. Fiona Apple: Criminal
366. Peter Gabriel: Solsbury Hill
367. George Harrison: What Is Life
368. Simon and Garfunkel: Cecilia
369. Nine Inch Nails: Hurt
370. Jimi Hendrix: Purple Haze
371. The Rolling Stones: Dead Flowers
372. Nirvana: Heart Shaped Box
373. The Beatles: Dear Prudence
374. Metallica: One
375. Oasis: Don't Look Back In Anger
376. Radiohead: Idioteque
377. The Replacements: Skyway
378. Heart: Crazy On You
379. Paul Simon: Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes
380. The Clash: Rock the Casbah
381. Led Zeppelin: The Rain Song
382. Cyndi Lauper: Girls Just Want to Have Fun
383. Bob Dylan: Hurricane
384. Lizzo: Worship
385. Pink Floyd: Money
386. Bjork: Hyperballad
387. Mamas and Papas: California Dreaming
388. The Velvet Underground: Sweet Jane
389. Bob Marley and The Wailers : Waiting In Vain
390. Michael Jackson: Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'
391. Kendrick Lamar: i
392. Arcade Fire: Rebellion (Lies)
393. Bruce Springsteen: Badlands
394. Husker Du: Celebrated Summer
395. The Police: Roxanne
396. Radiohead: Everything in Its Right Place
397. David Bowie: Sound And Vision
398. Marvin Gaye: Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)
399. Nina Simone: Sinnerman
400. Dire Straits: Sultans of Swing
401. The Kinks: Lola
402. Florence + The Machine: Shake It Out
403. Nirvana: In Bloom
404. Soundgarden: Black Hole Sun
405. The Beatles: Ticket To Ride
406. Echo and the Bunnymen: The Killing Moon
407. Modern English: I Melt with You
408. Neil Diamond: Sweet Caroline
409. The Church: Under the Milky Way
410. Tears for Fears: Head Over Heels
411. Courtney Barnett: Avant Gardener
412. Jefferson Airplane: White Rabbit
413. Lou Reed: Walk On The Wild Side
414. Cat Stevens: Father and Son
415. The National: Bloodbuzz, Ohio
416. Dr. Dre: Nuthin' But a G Thang, feat. Snoop Dogg
417. Sonic Youth: Teen Age Riot
418. The Doors: L.A. Woman
419. Bon Iver: For Emma
420. My Morning Jacket: One Big Holiday
421. The Proclaimers: I'm Gonna Be (500 miles)
422. Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash: Jackson
423. Counting Crows: Mr. Jones
424. Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell: Ain't No Mountain High Enough
425. Bruce Springsteen: Racing In The Street
426. M83: Midnight City
427. Iggy Pop: The Passenger
428. Dexy's Midnight Runners: Come On Eileen
429. David Bowie: Queen Bitch
430. Dire Straits: Romeo and Juliet
431. Radiohead: No Surprises
432. They Might Be Giants: Birdhouse In Your Soul
433. Bob Dylan: Subterranean Homesick Blues
434. Beastie Boys: Intergalactic
435. Tom Petty: Free Fallin'
436. Green Day: Basket Case
437. The Temptations: My Girl
438. Aretha Franklin: Chain of Fools
439. Carole King: It's Too Late
440. Rush: Tom Sawyer
441. Stevie Wonder: I Wish
442. The Police: Every Breath You Take
443. Leonard Cohen: Suzanne
444. Paul Simon: You Can Call Me Al
445. The Cranberries: Dreams
446. Adele: Hello
447. Buddy Holly: Everyday
448. Neil Young: After the Gold Rush
449. Squeeze: Tempted
450. George Harrison: My Sweet Lord
451. David Bowie: Golden Years
452. Tori Amos : Silent All These Years
453. Sugarhill Gang: Rapper's Delight
454. Coldplay: Clocks
455. Guns n' Roses: Welcome to the Jungle
456. The B-52's: Love Shack
457. Elvis Presley: Suspicious Minds
458. Bruce Springsteen: Atlantic City
459. Mark Ronson : Uptown Funk feat. Bruno Mars
460. B.B. King: The Thrill Is Gone
461. The Velvet Underground: Rock and Roll
462. Sufjan Stevens : Casimir Pulaski Day
463. Semisonic: Closing Time
464. Bob Dylan: Simple Twist of Fate
465. Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats: S.O.B.
466. R.E.M.: Driver 8
467. The Beatles: I Want to Hold Your Hand
468. Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young: Ohio
469. The Replacements : Here Comes a Regular
470. Bonnie Raitt : I Can't Make You Love Me
471. The Rolling Stones: Brown Sugar
472. Jane's Addiction: Jane Says
473. Violent Femmes :  Kiss Off
474. Blur: Song 2
475. Adele: Rolling In The Deep
476. Neko Case: This Tornado Loves You
477. Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five: The Message
478. Brandi Carlile: The Joke
479. Johnny Cash: A Boy Named Sue
480. Alanis Morissette: You Oughta Know
481. Chris Isaak: Wicked Game
482. Elton John: Bennie And The Jets
483. Coldplay: The Scientist
484. New Order: Regret
485. Pearl Jam: Corduroy
486. Woody Guthrie: This Land is Your Land
487. Michael Jackson: Smooth Criminal
488. Tame Impala: The Less I Know The Better
489. The Beta Band: Dry The Rain
490. Cake : The Distance
491. Buffalo Springfield: For What It's Worth
492. Temple of the Dog : Hunger Strike
493. Billy Joel: Scenes From an Italian Restaurant
494. Imogen Heap: Hide and Seek
495. Neil Young: Like A Hurricane
496. The Sundays : Here's Where The Story Ends
497. Bob Dylan: It's All Over Now, Baby Blue
498. The Zombies : Time Of The Season
499. Kendrick Lamar: King Kunta
500. The Beatles: Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
501. David Bowie: Fame
502. Outkast: B.O.B.
503. Joni Mitchell: Big Yellow Taxi
504. Prince: Starfish and Coffee
505. Glen Campbell: Wichita Lineman
506. Led Zeppelin: Thank You
507. Michael Jackson: Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough
508. Nick Drake: Pink Moon
509. Queen: Fat Bottomed Girls
510. Rage Against the Machine: Bulls on Parade
511. The Postal Service: Such Great Heights
512. Pink Floyd: Eclipse
513. Eminem: Lose Yourself
514. The Who: Love Reign O'er Me
515. Bob Mould: See A Little Light
516. Big Star: Thirteen
517. Jason Isbell: 24 Frames
518. Pearl Jam: Even Flow
519. Weezer: Only In Dreams
520. Michael Jackson: P.Y.T (Pretty Young Thing)
521. Johnny Cash: I Walk The Line
522. Prince: Erotic City
523. Dixie Chicks: Not Ready to Make Nice
524. Nirvana: Drain You
525. Death Cab for Cutie: Transatlanticism
526. David Bowie: Rock 'N' Roll Suicide
527. Sam Cooke: You Send Me
528. The Rolling Stones: Honky Tonk Women
529. Talking Heads: And She Was
530. The Waterboys: The Whole of the Moon
531. Led Zeppelin: D'yer Mak'er
532. Chvrches: The Mother We Share
533. Procol Harum: A Whiter Shade Of Pale
534. Kendrick Lamar: DNA.
535. Alt-J: Breezeblocks
536. Bon Iver: 8 (circle)
537. Pavement: Gold Soundz
538. Madonna: Vogue
539. Mumford and Sons: The Cave
540. Prince: Diamonds and Pearls
541. Sylvan Esso: Coffee
542. Pink Floyd: Fearless
543. The Cure: In Between Days
544. Franz Ferdinand: Take Me Out
545. The Smashing Pumpkins: Mayonaise
546. The Righteous Brothers: Unchained Melody
547. Led Zeppelin: The Ocean
548. Frank Sinatra: Summer Wind
549. Michael Jackson: The Way You Make Me Feel
550. The Velvet Underground: Heroin
551. Elvis Presley: Burning Love
552. Pearl Jam: Release
553. The Beatles: Help!
554. The Mountain Goats: This Year
555. David Bowie: Young Americans
556. The Strokes: Last Nite
557. Big Star: September Gurls
558. Aretha Franklin: (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
559. Iggy and The Stooges: Search and Destroy
560. Carole King: (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman
561. Nine Inch Nails: Head like a Hole
562. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Mary Jane's Last Dance
563. Beck: Where It's At
564. Fugees: Killing Me Softly With His Song
565. Bruce Springsteen: Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)
566. Dolly Parton: Dolly Parton - I Will Always Love you
567. Dead Kennedys: Holiday In Cambodia
568. Daft Punk: One More Time
569. Patsy Cline: Walkin' After Midnight
570. Nirvana: All Apologies
571. Beastie Boys: Sure Shot
572. Bill Withers: Use Me
573. Public Enemy: Bring tha Noise
574. Slayer: Raining Blood
575. Blondie: Dreaming
576. Sia: Breathe Me
577. Fleet Foxes: White Winter Hymnal
578. The Cars: Just What I Needed
579. The Avett Brothers: Laundry Room
580. Kate Bush: Wuthering Heights
581. Cloud Cult: Pretty Voice
582. 2Pac: California Love
583. Elvis Costello: Pump It Up
584. Gorillaz: Clint Eastwood
585. Crowded House: Don't Dream It's Over
586. Prince: Take Me With U
587. The Clash: Clampdown
588. Roxy Music: More Than This
589. The English Beat: Save It For Later
590. Notorious B.I.G.: Juicy
591. Beyonce: Hold up
592. Portishead: Glory Box
593. Elton John: Levon
594. David Bowie: The Man Who Sold the World
595. Lauryn Hill: Everything Is Everything
596. King Crimson: 21st Century Schizoid Man
597. The Beatles: I Want you (She's so heavy)
598. Elvis Presley: Jailhouse Rock
599. Talking Heads: Take Me to the River
600.    The Rolling Stones: Rocks Off
601. Gnarls Barkley: Crazy
602. Radiohead: Just
603. Bob Dylan: I Want You
604. Archers of Loaf: Web In Front
605. The Animals: House of the Rising Sun
606. The Beach Boys: Don't Worry Baby
607. Band of Horses: The Funeral
608. Nine Inch Nails: Closer
609. Dave Matthews Band: Ants Marching
610. The Velvet Underground: Femme Fatale
611. Bob Seger: Night Moves
612. Cloud Cult: No Hell
613. Prince: Paisley Park
614. Pink Floyd: Another Brick In The Wall, Pt. 2
615. Silversun Pickups: Lazy Eye
616. Soul Coughing: True Dreams of Wichita
617. Joy Division: Disorder
618. The Wu-Tang Clan: Protect Ya Neck
619. Kansas: Dust In The Wind
620. The Cult: She Sells Sanctuary
621. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Here Comes My Girl
622. Weezer: Buddy Holly
623. Peter Gabriel: Don't Give Up
624. The Beatles: Rocky Raccoon
625. A Tribe Called Quest: Check the Rhime
626. Blind Melon: No Rain
627. Michael Jackson: Rock with You
628. The Smashing Pumpkins: Cherub Rock
629. The Waterboys: Fisherman's Blues
630. Janet Jackson: Rhythm Nation
631. Sublime: Santeria
632. Beastie Boys: So What'cha Want
633. Gordon Lightfoot: The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald
634. The Cure: Fascination Street
635. Dawes: A Little Bit of Everything
636. Ben Folds: The Luckiest
637. David Bowie: Station to Station
638. Fleet Foxes: Helplessness Blues
639. Neil Young: Rockin' in the Free World
640. Curtis Mayfield: Move On Up
641. The Avett Brothers: I and Love and You
642. The Traveling Wilburys: End of the Line
643. Marvin Gaye: I Heard It Through the Grapevine
644. Willie Nelson: Always on My Mind
645. The Clash: (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais
646.    Leonard Cohen: Everybody Knows
647. The Beatles: Revolution
648. Bob Dylan: Knockin' On Heaven's Door
649. Cloud Cult: There's so Much Energy in Us
650. Elliott Smith: Waltz #2 (XO)
651.    Fleetwood Mac: Tusk
652. The Rolling Stones: Ruby Tuesday
653. Aretha Franklin: Think
654. Spoon: The Underdog
655. The Beatles: I've Just Seen A Face
656.    Ani Difranco - 32 Flavors
657. Oasis: Live Forever
658. The Cure: Friday I'm In Love
659. Glen Campbell: Gentle On My Mind
660. Janelle Monae: Cold War
661. The Black Keys: Lonely Boy
662. Florence + The Machine: Dog Days are Over
663. Joni Mitchell: Blue
664. Radiohead: All I Need
665. Foo Fighters: Learn to Fly
666. Jackson 5: ABC
667. Pixies: Wave of Mutilation
668. Elton John: Rocket Man
669. The Smashing Pumpkins: Today
670. Liz Phair: Divorce Song
671. Pet Shop Boys: West End Girls
672. The Clash: The Magnificent Seven
673. Elvis Costello: Watching The Detectives
674. U2: A Sort Of Homecoming
675. The Replacements: Androgynous
676. Steely Dan: Deacon Blues
677. Wilco: Heavy Metal Drummer
678. Bon Iver: Flume
679. Cyndi Lauper: True Colors
680. Elvis Presley: Can't Help Falling in Love
681. Bob Marley and The Wailers: One Love/People Get Ready
682. The Beach Boys: Sloop John B
683. Jackson Browne: The Pretender
684. The White Stripes: Ball and Biscuit
685. Guns N' Roses : Paradise City
686. Blondie: Rapture
687. Janis Joplin: Mercedes Benz
688. Prince: Sign 'O' The Times
689. Queen: You're my best friend
690. Beastie Boys: Hey Ladies
691. David Bowie: Five Years
692. LCD Soundsystem: Someone Great
693. Ray Charles: Georgia On My Mind
694. The Beatles: Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
695. The La's: There She Goes
696. Bob Dylan: Lay Lady Lay
697. The Police: Every Little Thing She Does is Magic
698. Brandi Carlile: That Wasn't Me
699. The Cure: The Cure - Boys Don't Cry
700. Heart: Magic Man
701. Tori Amos: God
702. The Moody Blues: Nights In White Satin (Single Edit)
703. Richard Thompson: 1952 Vincent Black Lightning
704. Bright Eyes: First Day Of My Life
705. Marvin Gaye: Got To Give It Up
706. The Knife: Heartbeats
707. Elton John: Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters
708. Paul Simon: The Obvious Child
709. Rush: 2112 Overture/The Temples of Syrinx
710. John Denver: Rocky Mountain High
711. Steve Earle: Copperhead Road
712. Childish Gambino: Redbone
713. Eric Clapton: Wonderful Tonight
714. DeVotchKa: Queen Of The Surface Streets
715. Frank Sinatra: My Way
716. Wilco: Via Chicago
717. Prince: Darling Nikki
718. The Beatles: I Will
719. Warren G: Regulate ft. Nate Dogg
720. Hole: Violet
721. Whitney Houston: I Will Always Love You
722. Tool: Stinkfist
723. R.E.M.: You Are The Everything
724. The Beatles: Penny Lane
725. Neil Young: Cortez The Killer
726. Oasis: Champagne Supernova
727. Santana: Black Magic Woman
728. Bob Dylan: Idiot Wind
729. The Replacements: Within Your Reach
730. Brandi Carlile: The Eye
731. The Cure: A Forest
732. Elton John: Funeral For A Friend/Love Lies Bleeding
733. Radiohead: Weird Fishes/Arpeggi
734. Lyle Lovett: If I Had A Boat
735. Smashing Pumpkins: Tonight, Tonight
736. The Blind Boys of Alabama: Amazing Grace
737. Jimi Hendrix: Bold As Love
738. Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble: Texas Flood
739. The Clash: Rudie Can't Fail
740. Violent Femmes: American Music
741. Elliott Smith: Between The Bars
742. Spoon: I Summon You
743. The Cars: Drive
744. Prince: Sexy M.F.
745. U2: Pride (In The Name Of Love)
746. AC/DC: You Shook Me All Night Long
747. John Coltrane: A Love Supreme: Part 1 - Acknowledgement
748. The Beatles: She Loves You
749. James Brown: Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine, Pt. 1
750. The Rolling Stones: Jumpin' Jack Flash
751. Joan Jett and The Blackhearts: Bad Reputation
752. The Pretenders: Brass In Pocket
753. AC/DC: Highway To Hell
754. Gorillaz: Feel Good Inc.
755. Grateful Dead: Friend Of The Devil
756. Bob Marley and The Wailers: Is This Love
757. Neil Young: Down By The River
758. Bob Dylan: Highway 61 Revisited
759. Neutral Milk Hotel: Two-Headed Boy Pt. Two
760. R.E.M.: Everybody Hurts
761. Weezer: Undone - The Sweater Song
762. The Avalanches: Frontier Psychiatrist
763. Jimi Hendrix: Hey Joe
764. Death Cab for Cutie: I Will Follow You Into The dark
765. The Band: The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
766. Al Green: Tired Of Being Alone
767. Daft Punk: Get Lucky
768. Cream: Sunshine Of Your Love
769. House of Pain: Jump Around
770. Soul Asylum: Runaway Train
771. Prince: Sometimes It Snows In April
772. Thin Lizzy: The Boys Are Back In Town
773. David Bowie: Moonage Daydream
774. Stevie Wonder: Signed, Sealed, Delivered (I'm Yours)
775. Alabama Shakes: Hold On
776. John Prine: Paradise
777. The Beatles: Helter Skelter
778. Mumford and Sons: Little Lion Man
779. Green Day: American Idiot
780. Led Zeppelin: Hey Hey What Can I Do
781. The Replacements: Kiss Me On The Bus
782. Kate Bush: Hounds of Love
783. Radiohead: There There
784. The Rolling Stones: Street Fighting Man
785. U2: I Will Follow
786. Gloria Gaynor: I Will Survive
787. Parliament: Flashlight
788. The War On Drugs: Red Eyes
789. Moby: Porcelain
790. The Avett Brothers: Murder In The City
791. Prince: Delirious
792. The Rolling Stones: Miss You
793. Metric: Breathing Underwater
794. Bon Jovi: Livin' On A Prayer
795. Paul McCartney: Band On The Run
796. Red Hot Chili Peppers: Scar Tissue
797. The Replacements: I'll Be You
798. U2: Mysterious Ways
799. Weezer: My Name Is Jonas
800. Talking Heads: Born Under Punches (The Heat Goes On)
801. Joan Baez: Diamonds and Rust
802. The Beatles: For No One
803. Al Green: Love and Happiness
804. The Smiths: Bigmouth Strikes Again
805. The Temptations: Ain't Too Proud To Beg
806. Trip Shakespeare: Toolmaster of Brainerd
807. Queen: Another One Bites the Dust
808. Tommy James and The Shondells: Crimson And Clover
809. The Pogues, featuring Kirsty MacColl: Fairytale of New York
810. Red Hot Chili Peppers: Give It Away
811. The Stone Roses: I Wanna Be Adored
812. The White Stripes: Fell in Love with a Girl
813. Run DMC: Walk This Way
814. Heart: Barracuda
815. Beastie Boys: Root Down
816. Feist: 1234
817. Tom Petty: I Won't Back Down
818. Lisa Loeb: Stay (I Missed You)
819. Smashing Pumpkins: Disarm
820. Arcade Fire: No Cars Go
821. Green Day: Longview
822. Coldplay: Fix You
823. N.W.A.: Straight Outta Compton
824. Black Sabbath: Paranoid
825. John Lennon: God
826. Stevie Wonder: Living for the City
827. Van Halen: Jump
828. R.E.M.: (Don't Go Back To) Rockville
829. The Cure: The Love Cats
830. George Michael: Faith
831. Father John Misty: I'm Writing a Novel
832. Tom Waits: Downtown Train
833. Jane's Addiction: Mountain Song
834. R.E.M.: Superman
835. Kendrick Lamar: HUMBLE.
836. Dessa: Good Grief
837. Foo Fighters: My Hero
838. Joni Mitchell: All I Want
839. Bruce Springsteen: Dancing in the Dark
840. Amy Winehouse: You Know I'm No Good
841. Beyonce: Crazy In Love
842. The Rolling Stones: She's a Rainbow
843. Simple Minds: Don't You (Forget About Me)
844. The Beatles: Twist and Shout
845. Ice Cube: It Was A Good Day
846. Blue Oyster Cult: (Don't Fear) The Reaper
847. Joni Mitchell: Free Man In Paris
848. Bruce Springsteen: Fire
849. Lesley Gore: You Don't Own Me
850. Blink-182: All the Small Things
851. Future Islands: Seasons (Waiting On You)
852. Beastie Boys: (You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party)
853. Carole King: I Feel The Earth Move
854. Kermit the Frog: The Rainbow Connection
855. Nirvana: Where Did You Sleep Last Night
856. Kate Bush: This Woman's Work
857. Marvin Gaye: Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)
858. Death Cab for Cutie: Soul Meets Body
859. Daft Punk: Around the World
860. T. Rex: Bang A Gong
861. Lucinda Williams: Car Wheels On A Gravel Road
862. Ramones: Sheena is a Punk Rocker
863. John Prine: Hello In There
864. Roy Orbison: Crying
865. Bauhaus: Bela Lugosi's Dead
866. Led Zeppelin: Misty Mountain Hop
867. Bob Dylan: Mr. Tambourine Man
868. Donna Summer: I Feel Love
869. Janelle Monae: Make Me Feel
870. John Denver: Take Me Home, Country Roads
871. My Bloody Valentine: Only Shallow
872. Bee Gees : How Deep Is Your Love
873. Lady Gaga: Born This Way
874. The Clash: Should I Stay Or Should I Go
875. Salt N Pepa: Push It
876. The Police: Message In a Bottle
877. The Strokes: Someday
878. Outkast: So Fresh, So Clean
879. Pearl Jam: Better Man
880. Smokey Robinson and the Miracles: The Tears Of A Clown
881. Bjork: Human Behaviour
882. Frank Sinatra: That's Life
883. Duran Duran: Hungry Like the Wolf
884. Chuck Berry: Maybellene
885. The White Stripes : Dead Leaves And The Dirty Ground
886. Neil Young: Powderfinger
887. Gary Numan: Cars
888. The Beatles: You've Got To Hide Your Love Away
889. Beyonce: Single Ladies (Put a Ring On It)
890. Kraftwerk: Autobahn
891. The Flaming Lips: Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Pt. 1
892. The Replacements: Color Me Impressed
893. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts: I Love Rock n' Roll

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893 Songs from 365 different artists (40.8% the number of artists to songs)
678 out of 893 came from the 150 Artists who had 2 or more songs.

75.9% of the songs were from the 150 artists that has more than 1 (678 out of 893)
24.1%  of the songs were from the 215 artists that had just 1 song (215 out of 893)

34+25+21+20+19+17+39+22+30+18+32+28+48+40+60+105+120+215 = 893 Songs
1+1+1+1+1+1+3+2+3+2+4+4+8+8+15+35+60=365 Artists


34 songs (1 artist) = 34
The Beatles

25 songs (1 artist) = 25
Prince

21 songs (1 artist) = 21
Bob Dylan

20 songs (1 artist) = 20
David Bowie

19 songs (1 artist) = 19
Led Zeppelin

17 songs (1 artist) = 17
The Rolling Stones

13 songs (3 artists) = 39
Radiohead
The Replacements
U2

11 songs (2 artists) = 22
Bruce Springsteen
Neil Young

10 songs (3 artists) = 30
Michael Jackson
R.E.M.
The Cure

9 songs (2 artists) = 18
Pink Floyd
The Clash

8 songs (4 artists) = 32
Elton John
Nirvana
Pearl Jam
Talking Heads

7 songs (4 artists) = 28
Beastie Boys
Joni Mitchell
Marvin Gaye
Queen

6 songs (8 artists) = 48
Bob Marley and The Wailers
Jimi Hendrix
Johnny Cash
New Order
Simon and Garfunkel
Tom Petty
Van Morrison
Weezer

5 songs (8 artists) = 40
Arcade Fire
Bon Iver
Fleetwood Mac
Pixies
Stevie Wonder
The Beach Boys
The Velvet Underground
Wilco

4 songs (15 artists) = 60
Aretha Franklin
Beyonce
Brandi Carlile
Coldplay
Elvis Costello
Elvis Presley
Frank Sinatra
Guns N' Roses
Kate Bush
Kendrick Lamar
Oasis
Paul Simon
The Police
The White Stripes
The Who

3 songs (35 artists) = 105
AC/DC
Adele
Al Green
Amy Winehouse
A Tribe Called Quest
Bill Withers
Bjork
Blondie
Carole King
Cloud Cult
Cyndi Lauper
Daft Punk
Death Cab for Cutie
Foo Fighters
Green Day
Heart
Janis Joplin
Jeff Buckley
John Prine and Bonnie Raitt
LCD Soundsystem
Leonard Cohen
Lizzo
Metallica
Neutral Milk Hotel
Nine Inch Nails
Outkast
Peter Gabriel
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Sam Cooke
Smashing Pumpkins
The Avett Brothers
The Cranberries
The Smashing Pumpkins
The Smiths
Violent Femmes

2 songs (60 artists) = 120
Beck
Big Star
Billy Joel
Black Sabbath
Cat Stevens
Chuck Berry
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young
Depeche Mode
Dire Straits
Dolly Parton
Elliott Smith
Fleet Foxes
Florence + The Machine
George Harrison
George Michael
Glen Campbell
Gorillaz
Grateful Dead
Iggy Pop
Jackson 5
Jane's Addiction
Janelle Monae
Jason Isbell
Joan Jett and The Blackhearts
John Denver
John Lennon
Joy Division
Lauryn Hill
Lou Reed
Madonna
Mark Ronson
Mumford and Sons
Nina Simone
Otis Redding
Patsy Cline
Patti Smith
Paul McCartney
Public Enemy
Rage Against the Machine
Ramones
Rush
Sex Pistols
Spoon
Sufjan Stevens
Tame Impala
Tears for Fears
The B-52's
The Band
The Cars
The Doors
The Flaming Lips
The Killers
The Kinks
The National
The Strokes
The Temptations
The Waterboys
Tori Amos
Trampled by Turtles
Whitney Houston

1 song (215 artists) = 215
2Pac
A-ha
ABBA
Aerosmith
Alabama Shakes
Alanis Morissette
Alt-J
Ani Difranco
Archers of Loaf
Atmosphere
B.B. King
Band of Horses
Bauhaus
Bee Gees
Ben E. King
Ben Folds
Billie Holiday
Billy Bragg and Wilco
Blind Melon
Blink-182
Blue Oyster Cult
Blur
Bob Mould
Bob Seger
Bon Jovi
Bonnie Raitt
Boston
Bright Eyes
Buddy Holly
Buffalo Springfield
Cake
Childish Gambino
Chris Isaak
Chvrches
Counting Crows
Courtney Barnett
Cream
Creedence Clearwater Revival
Crowded House
Curtis Mayfield
Dave Brubeck Quartet
Dave Matthews Band
David Bowie and Queen
Dawes
Dead Kennedys
Deee-Lite
Derek and the Dominos
Dessa
DeVotchKa
Dexy's Midnight Runners
Dixie Chicks
Don McLean
Donna Summer
Dr. Dre
Duran Duran
Dusty Springfield
Eagles
Earth, Wind and Fire
Echo and the Bunnymen
Edith Piaf
Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros
Electric Light Orchestra
Eminem
Eric Clapton
Etta James
Eurythmics
Father John Misty
Feist
Fiona Apple
First Aid Kit
Franz Ferdinand
Fugazi
Fugees
Future Islands
Gary Numan
Gloria Gaynor
Gnarls Barkley
Gordon Lightfoot
Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five
Hole
House of Pain
Husker Du
Ice Cube
Iggy and The Stooges
Ike and Tina Turner
Imogen Heap
Indigo Girls
INXS
Israel Kamakawiwo'ole
Jackson Browne
James Brown
James Taylor
Janet Jackson
Jefferson Airplane
Joan Baez
John Coltrane
Journey
Kansas
Kanye West
Kermit the Frog
King Crimson
Kraftwerk
Lady Gaga
Lesley Gore
Lisa Loeb
Liz Phair
Louis Armstrong
Lucinda Williams
Lyle Lovett
Lynyrd Skynyrd:
M83
Mamas and Papas
Matthew Sweet
Mazzy Star
Metric
Miles Davis
Moby
Modern English
Modest Mouse
Motorhead
My Bloody Valentine
My Morning Jacket
N.W.A.
Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats
Neil Diamond
Neko Case
Nick Drake
Notorious B.I.G.
Old Crow Medicine Show
Parliament
Pavement
Pet Shop Boys
Phil Collins
Portishead
Procol Harum
Pulp
Ray Charles
Richard Thompson
Rilo Kiley
Rod Stewart
Roxy Music
Roy Orbison
Run DMC
Salt N Pepa
Santana
Semisonic
Sia
Silversun Pickups
Simple Minds
Sinead O'Connor
Slayer
Sly and the Family Stone
Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
Sonic Youth
Son Volt
Soul Asylum
Soul Coughing
Soundgarden
Squeeze
Stan Getz and Joao Gilberto
Steely Dan
Steve Earle
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble
Sublime
Sugar
Sugarhill Gang
Sylvan Esso
T. Rex
Television
Temple of the Dog
The Animals
The Avalanches
The Beta Band
The Black Keys
The Blind Boys of Alabama
The Breeders
The Cars
The Church
The Cult
The English Beat
The Hold Steady
The Jayhawks
The Knife
The La's
The Moody Blues
The Mountain Goats
The Pogues, featuring Kirsty MacColl
The Postal Service
The Pretenders
The Proclaimers
The Righteous Brothers
The Ronettes
The Shins
The Stone Roses
The Suburbs
The Sundays
The Traveling Wilburys
The Verve
The War On Drugs
The Wu-Tang Clan
They Might Be Giants
The Zombies
Thin Lizzy
Tommy James and The Shondells
Tom Waits
Tool
Toto
Tracy Chapman
Trip Shakespeare
TV On The Radio
Van Halen
Warren G
Willie Nelson
Woody Guthrie
Yeah Yeah Yeahs