Very difficult. Top 10 might have been easier for me.
Handle With Care - Travelling Wilburys
Both Sides Now - Joni Mitchell (although like the dance versions more)
Dignity - Deacon Blue
McFly - It's All About You
You've Got A Friend - Brand New Heavies
I should have made it top 10 mate but did think I'd give you all a challenge . Now it's backfired on me abit as I'm struggling too 😂 . Must check out a couple of your songs that I'm not familiar with though I'm sure I will enjoy listening to them 👍.
Tough but these are songs I'd be likely to most listen too.
(1) Bohemian rhapsody = Queen.
(2) The final countdown= Europe.
(3) The Boxer = Simon & Garfunkel.
(4) Spain train= Chris de burgh .
(5) shakin all over = Johnny kid and the pirates. https://youtu.be/9jK-NcRmVcw
5 taken from the top 10 played on my phone, but could easily be a top 50. In no particular order.
1 - Ainít No Sun Since Youíve Been Gone, Dusty Springfield
2 - A Bird In The Hand Is Worth Two In The Bush - The Velvettes
3 - Breaking Down The Walls Of Heartbreak- Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon
4 - Pink On White Walls - Paul Weller
5 - Paperback Writer/Back In The USSR - The Beatles
This is one of those impossible tasks as it always really depends on what kind of mood you're in, even a top 10 would be difficult. I was born in early 80's so my musical taste was influenced by the incredible music scene of the mid 90's, although I was trained in classical music for a bit in my early teens (I'll refrain from sticking any classical music on this list though!):
Roachford - The Way I Feel
Jeff Buckley - Last Goodbye
Roy Orbison - Beautiful Dreamer (First song I have vivid memories of hearing, it was from my grandads old vinyl record collection. He died before I was born so this is my invisible connection to him)
Morcheeba - Otherwise
The Verve - Lucky Man
Seems obscene not to choose a Blur/Oasis/Radiohead song as these three bands defined the era I loved so much IMO, I could swap Lucky Man out for around a dozen others from these three bands, but I didn't, so there we are .
Love the Sheds but if I had to pick one it would be Devil In Your Shoes.
'Getting Better' for me. One band I always regret not seeing live, although from memory I think they had a bit of a stooshie with their record label by the time I was heading out to gigs in the late 90's, so they weren't really on the scene at that point.