I notice the other Favorite Songs topic was in a harmonica forum but I have a tough time finding harp music among my favorites. So I'm doing an off-topic version.
I just turned 58 (yikes) but my tastes were always a half generation out of step. I was born conservative...never liked those dope smokin' hippies.
At the young age of 24, I bought a 1959 Corvette (still got it...under restoration now). It was the waning days of the age of cruising. Young guys didn't have cars with airconditioning; they drove around with the windows rolled down. My car was a convertible. It was still AMERICAN GRAFFITI...people in cars talked to each other without the benefit of cell phones. I had the prettiest girl. That old 'Vette ran best with some doo-wop on the radio (it had a 12:1 327 and rock-crusher 4-speed). Here's some Canadian content. The Diamonds:
Here is some real 1960's cool. I always like a pop singer who dresses for the occasion. Robert Palmer said it was a sign of respect for the audience. I'm a big Johnny Rivers fan and he shows his cool here:
Some of my favotrite non-harmonica songs that DESERVE to HAVE harp but don't. They are ( in no particular order):
1. Kip Moore - Somethin' 'Bout A Truck
2. John Hiatt Alone In The Dark
3. Bad Things by Jace Everett
5. Jonny Lang - Lie To Me
6. Sammy Kershaw - Louisiana Hot Sauce.
7. Nothing but the Taillights by Clint Black
8. Steven Seagal - Dark Angel
9. Steppenwolf-the Pusher
10. Bad Company - Burning Sky
11. JOE COCKER - YOU CAN LEAVE YOUR HAT ON