This is a weekly Top Ten list of what I consider to be the best songs that I listened to the previous week. Most songs will be current, but there are no boundaries. I’ve already stated on this web site that I am obsessed with music. I am constantly hunting it down whether it’s online, on CD, from my personal collection, from a library (Yes, I think the library is a great source of music–especially for music that you aren’t sure about.), TV, or radio. Since most of these sources mostly emphasize new music, the odds are pretty good that most of the songs on this list will be new. But in my search, I don’t use any boundaries for the other sources. I am just looking for good music that I haven’t heard, or happened to forget about. Everyone, including myself, has forgotten way more great music than they can ever remember-even if they are also music fanatics.
Also, there will be no rules concerning songs on this list. A song can show up or drop off a number of times. This will be the most volatile of my lists. It all depends on how much music I am exposed to during the week and what I find interesting. On really obscure stuff, I will try to include the source, if I know it.
Most of the songs heard on this list have been played on my radio show, “Prime Time Theme Attic,” currently on hiatus. (Monday nights 8PM-10PM ET)
(Here’s the link for when that day comes: http://rdo.fm/r/4qntu)
This list forms the basis of my countdown list on the “Top 9 at 9:09” segment of my “Prime Time Theme Attic Show” on mostly alternating weeks, along with my “Phil’s Faves, Albums” lists!
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Sarah Borges and the Broken Singles’ third #1 Faves Song is NOT the “Same Old 45”!!! (Just the title!)
Top Ten Songs for the Week of July 26, 2020
1. Same Old 45—Sarah Borges and The Broken Singles (Silver City)
2. Leave Me Here—The Liquid Scene (Revolutions)
3. Bottomless Heart—The Ragbirds (The Threshold and the Hearth)
4. Smartphone—The Bayonets (Crash Boom Bang!)
5. Upbeat—Deane Nesbitt, Jr. (Soundtracks in the Sand)
6. Secret Recipe—Joe Kidd and Sheila Burke (Everybody Has a Purpose)
7. Poor Old Me—Annie and Rod Capps (When They Fall)
8. What You’re Made Of—Davy Knowles (Three Miles From Avalon)
9. Hard Times in the Land of Plenty—Kenny Parker (Hellfire)
10.You and Me and the Sun—Annie Fitzgerald (You and Me and the Sun)
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