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I for one love AC/DC, along with Judas Priest, The Who, Guns-n-roses, and a whole lot more, but if I had to name my favorite Rock song, it would have to be "Highway to Hell" by AC/DC, a classic, as many of you will surely agree with, in my age group that is!
 

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Bob Seeger, Turn the Page!!!! Innagodadavida, Iron Butterfly.
 

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I have to add 3 more songs, to go with the bands that I initially named, after AC/DC, it's Judas priests "headed out to the highway", the Who's "The seeker", and lastly Guns-n-roses "Paradise city".
 

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There was a time that I could hear and by far it was Innagodadavida, Iron Butterfly, and Light My Fire, Doors
 

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"Born To Be Wild" -- Steppenwolf





Words and music by Mars Bonfire

Get your motor runnin'
Head out on the highway
Lookin' for adventure
And whatever comes our way
Yeah Darlin' go make it happen
Take the world in a love embrace
Fire all of your guns at once
And explode into space

I like smoke and lightning
Heavy metal thunder
Racin' with the wind
And the feelin' that I'm under
Yeah Darlin' go make it happen
Take the world in a love embrace
Fire all of your guns at once
And explode into space

Like a true nature's child
We were born, born to be wild
We can climb so high
I never wanna die

Born to be wild
Born to be wild
 

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Once again, how can you pick just one. There are so many different bands that are so good.

The Guess Who,,,, "no sugar tonight" and "American Woman"

Steppenwolf "snowblind friend" & "monster"

Ozzie, just too many to list.

The Who "Squeeze box, Magic Bus"

Pink Floyd,,,, "Take it back to life"

The list could go on forever.

And we haven't even considered "Southern Rock!!"
 

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Just about anything from Jethro Tull.
 

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That is a TOUGH one! Slayer does a great remake of Inna godda davida, one of their best songs.
Steppenwolf had a lot of good ones along with Born to be Wild.
I always liked Dire Straits-Sultan of Swing.
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Cant forget Comfortably Numb by Pink Floyd.
Up near the top on my list is Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Like Lostinflorida said, "Once again, how can you pick just one. There are so many different bands that are so good."
 

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Led Zeplin: Stairway to Heaven

Led Zeplin: Black Dog

Led Zeplin: Shoot you right down

just to add a few more or you could just pick any of their songs to go along with what has been picked already.
 

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Wow! So many choices!
Bob Seger - Katmandu
ELO - Roll Over Beethoven (Live in Australia version)
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Any & All
The Beatles - Any & all
The Beach Boys - Any & All
 

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Edgar Winter's "Frankenstein"
 

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I got 'em all on my IPOD and plus a few hundred more!! Limewire and Bearshare gave me a new meaning to musical library.

I even have a bunch of the White Boy Blues which includes the likes of Jim Mayhall and the Bluesbreakers, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page and Eric Clapton jamming while being recorded unknowingly.

How bout a bunch of Yardbirds and Creme as well as a few others that are long gone!!

And Stevie Ray Vaughn, I think I got every song he ever played much less recorded.
 

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SpiderBob wrote:
There was a time that I could hear .........
Bob,

I can sure appreciate that comment....... I was born deaf, had both ears operated on at age 8 and it took 20 years for my ears to get close to "normal" in sensitivity.

that lasted for about 25 years and then it all started back down hill again with a whole lot of gaps in my tonal range.

Added to that is Tinnitus, a neat little symptom that adds 3, 4 and sometimes more ringing tones in my ears all at once. They never go away, they are there 24/7. Learning to ignore that is an ongoing experience.

Makes for enjoying conversations with the wife a bit of an ordeal sometimes. "Huh" gets used a lot....
 
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