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  • Stolen from rjt210

    Gen 12 2008, 6:28

    Post your top fifteen bands/artists, the first song you heard of theirs, the song that made you fall in love, and your current favorite.

    (Some of these I've loved since childhood, and do not remember the first song I heard. I'll post the earliest I remember.)

    #1 Joni Mitchell
    First: Twisted
    Love: The Last Time I Saw Richard
    Current: maybe Court and Spark

    #2 The Monkees
    First: Daydream Believer
    Love: everything I heard
    Current: Your Auntie Grizelda

    #3 Belle and Sebastian
    First: Seeing Other People
    Love: Seeing Other People
    Current: Fuck This Shit or Piazza, New York Catcher

    #4 Bob Dylan
    First: The Times They Are A' Changing
    Love: Tangled Up In Blue
    Current: Sad-Eyed Lady of the Lowlands

    #5 Bruce Springsteen
    First: For You
    Love: For You
    Current: Rosalita

    #6 Donovan
    First: Season of the Witch
    Love: Colours
    Current: Riki Tiki Tavi

    #7 Death Cab for Cutie
    First: 405
    Love: I Will Follow You Into The Dark
    Current: We Looked Like Giants

    #8 Beck
    First: Loser
    Love: Where It's At
    Current:

    #9 Jefferson Airplane
    First: Somebody to Love
    Love: Crown of Creation
    Current: The House at Pooneil Corners

    #10 Talking Heads
    First: probably Psycho Killer or And She Was
    Love: Happy Day
    Current: This Must Be The Place

    #11 Aimee Mann
    First: I really don't know
    Love: Calling it Quits
    Current: Calling it Quits

    #12 John Lennon
    First: do we count with the Beatles?
    Love: Happy Christmas (War is Over)
    Current: New York City

    #13 The Beatles
    First: good lord, who knows
    Love: everything off of Rubber Soul and Help!
    Current: Across The Universe

    #14 Country Joe & the Fish
    First: Feel-Like-I'm-Fixin-To-Die-Rag
    Love: Janis
    Current: Kiss My Ass

    #15 Simon & Garfunkel
    First: The Sound of Silence
    Love: Seven O'clock News / Silent Night
    Current: The Only Living Boy in New York