Game: Name a Band's Best Song

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I like his voice. i really should listen to more of their stuff. I'd probably like them a bunch. i was too obsessed with Nirvana and other bands in that timeframe to give PJ much attention.
 
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Rolling Stones Beast of Burden

Queen Bohemian Rhapsody

Moody Blues In Your Wildest Dreams

Tina Turner Better Be Good To Me

Van Morrison Moondance

The Smiths How Soon Is Now?

OMD So In Love

Elvis Presley Stuck On You

For the Moody Blues, I'd have to go with this one:



or maybe this one

 

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And my favorite male voice ever, Luther Vandross, who I also got to see live at the now defunct Front Row Theater in Cleveland.
I wish he and Anita had done a duet together. rumor has it they didn't get along. though i think she opened for him once.
For both of them, it is hard for me to pick a favorite, so I will go with "at the moment, my favorite"! 😁
I won tickets from a radio station in the late 80's-early 90's to see Luther at Madison Square Garden. Flight and a weekend stay at the Penta included. I sat about 6 rows back on the floor, practically on the stage. What a show!
 
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