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 MUSIC ISSUE

TEN FROM THE HEART

by Katie Haegele



Everybody complains about media overload. And it's true--there are way too many lifestyle magazines, teen movies, web logs, fanzines, news sources and parody news sources for anyone to wade through in a lifetime.

But music is different. When it comes to the music you either filter out or invite in, there's no confusion. You know what's crap and what isn't. And no matter how much crap you hear from now until the day you die, it's not like you'll ever forget the stuff you love.

Still, it's satisfying to organize the contents of your heart. You know, to list them. To make note of exactly which songs, in which combination, can reliably make you sad or brave or want to rock out in your bedroom with a hairbrush for a mic and your foot up on a phantom PA, pinning all those emotions to a board like so many perfect butterflies.

Have you ever, à la High Fidelity's Rob, organized your record collection by genre? Or decade? Or relationship/breakup? Maybe you've spent an afternoon downloading the perfect soundtrack to your lost-weekend road trip, or marched over to the record store with a list of the recordings you absolutely need to add to your collection.

Did you ever sit around with friends over a million cigarettes and argue over which few albums you would need if looking at eternity on a spot of land in the middle of the ocean? Anyone who's ever played the DJ and, in that time-honored tradition of the mix-tape, made a collection for themselves (or, even better, for someone else), knows the bone-deep comfort to be found in putting it all in order.

If you think this obsessive record-keeping is the exclusive domain of the scariest kind of music nerd, well, nuh-uh. Everybody does it. In putting together this music issue, PW discovered that all different kinds of people have a short list (albeit a constantly updated, ever-rotating short list) of songs or albums or bands that they just can't live without. Except for the odd ambivalent response ("I don't really listen to that much music"--um, okay) most people were as quick to submit their lists as if--well, as if they'd already made them.

Not to put too fine a point on it, but isn't there a certain artistry to making a list? And something perfectly simple but pleasingly complete about the finished product? When we asked people to tally up their favorite songs to, say, sing in the shower, we may not have gotten their life story. But these lists turned out to be as personal and revealing as the songs that inspired them. Bet your lists are too.

 

Harvey Holiday's

TOP 10 PHILLY DOO WOP SONGS

1. "In the Still of the Night," Five Satins

2. "Since I Don't Have You," Skyliners

3. "I Only Have Eyes for You," Flamingos

4. "Gloria," Cadillacs

5. "You Belong to Me," Duprees

6. "Chapel of Dreams," Dubs

7. "Earth Angel," Penguins

8. "I Wonder Why," Dion and the Belmonts

9. "Why Do Fools Fall in Love," Frankie Lymon and the Teenagers

10. "Teardops," Lee Andrews and the Hearts

Harvey Holiday hosts "Street Corner Sunday," 9pm-midnight, Sundays on WOGL.

 

Cheri Honkala's

TOP 10 SONGS TO PROTEST BY

1. "The Rich Man's House," Economic Human Rights Choir

2. "In This Land," Sweet Honey in the Rock

3. "Right Now," Economic Human Rights Choir

4. "We Shall Not Be Moved"

5. "Going on the Bus," Kensington Welfare Rights Union

6. "Ella's Song," Sweet Honey in the Rock

7. "I Woke up This Morning With My Mind on Freedom," Rev. Ben Gay

8. "Up and out of Poverty Now," Economic Human Rights Choir

9. "Our Fight," Rene Maxwell

10. "We Shall Overcome," traditional

Cheri Honkala is the head of the Kensington Welfare Rights Union.

 

Bruce Warren's

TOP 10 FAVORITE SOUL SONGS

1. "La La Means I Love You," Delfonics

2. "Voyage to Atlantis," Isley Brothers

3. "Get on Up," Esquires

4. "Everlasting Love," Robert Knight/ "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted," Jimmy Ruffin

5. "If I Could Build My Whole World Around You"/ "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

6. "Soul Power," James Brown

7. "Reach out (I'll Be There)," Four Tops

8. "Rock Steady," Aretha Franklin

9. "Move on Up," Curtis Mayfield

10. "Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get," Dramatics

Bruce Warren is WXPN's program director.

 

Jamaican Dave's

TOP 10 SONGS THAT GET PEOPLE TOGETHER ON THE DANCE FLOOR

1. "Chi-Chi Man," T.O.K.

2. "Turn Me On," Kevin Little

3. "Love So Nice," Junior Kelly

4. "They Gonna Talk," Beres Hammond

5. "Turn Your Lights Down Low," Lauryn Hill and Bob Marley

6. "Give It to Her," Tonto Metro and Devonte

7. "African Woman," Baaba Maal

8. "Vul'indlela," Brenda Fassie

9. "Oh Yeah," Foxy Brown feat. Spragga Benz

10. "Se Pa Pou Dat," Alan Cave

Promoter and DJ Jamaican Dave Russell spins at Gasoline on Saturday nights.

 

Judy Wicks'

TOP 10 MOOD SONGS

1. "In the Still of the Night," Cole Porter

2. "Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life," Victor Herbert

3. "Innocent When You Dream," Tom Waits

4. "Be My Love," Mario Lanza

5. "Till There Was You," various artists

6. "Stranger in Paradise," various artists

7. "If I Loved You," Jerome Kern

8. "With or Without You," U2

9. "Here Comes the Sun," Beatles

10. "God Bless America," Irving Berlin

Judy Wicks, owner of the White Dog Cafe, is a longtime Philly activist.

 

Diego's

TOP 10 SONGS HE WOULD LIKE TO PLAY ON Q-102 BUT CAN'T

1. "Sunday Bloody Sunday," U2

2. "Gonna Fly Now" (theme from Rocky), Bill Conti

3. "Bamboleo," Gipsy Kings

4. "Walk This Way," Run-D.M.C.

5. "Louder Than Love," TKA

6. "Kernkraft 400," Zombie Nation

7. "Summer Wind," Frank Sinatra

8. "Safety Dance," Men Without Hats

9. "Friends in Low Places," Garth Brooks

10. "Crazy Train," Ozzy Osbourne

Diego is part of the morning team at Q-102.

 

Frank DiCicco's

TOP 10 SONGS THAT DON'T LIE

1. "I've Got You Under My Skin," Frank Sinatra

2. "Over the Rainbow," Judy Garland

3. "Time to Say Goodbye," Andrea Bocelli

4. "Nessun Dorma," Luciano Pavarotti

5. "The Storm," Peter White

6. "Send in the Clowns," Frank Sinatra

7. "Stop! in the Name of Love," Supremes

8. "Silhouettes," Nylons

9. "In the Still of the Night," Five Satins

10. "The Music of the Night," from Phantom of the Opera

Frank DiCicco represents the 1st District in City Council.

 

Gretjen Clausing's

TOP 10 MOVIE SOUNDTRACKS

1. Stranger Than Paradise, John Lurie and Screaming Jay Hawkins

2. Rushmore, various; original music by Mark Mothersbaugh

3. Blue Velvet, various

4. Fargo, Carter Burwell

5. Elevator to the Gallows, Miles Davis

6. The Graduate, Simon and Garfunkel

7. Magnolia, Aimee Mann

8. Black Orpheus, Luis Bonfa and Antonio Carlos Jobim

9. The Harder They Come, Jimmy Cliff

10. True Stories, Talking Heads

Gretjen Clausing is program director of film at the Prince Music Theater

 

Pierre Robert's

TOP 10 SONGS HE WOULD LIKE TO PLAY ON WMMR BUT CAN'T

1. "Scarlet Begonias," Grateful Dead

2. "Heartland," Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young

3. "Summer Wind," Frank Sinatra

4. "Imitation of Life," REM

5. "One World," Todd Rundgren

6. "Blitzkrieg Bop," Ramones

7. "Jamaica Mistaica," Jimmy Buffet

8. "Ruby Soho," Rancid

9. "Rock Lobster," B-52's

10. "Redemption Song," Bob Marley

Pierre Robert is the morning drive-time personality at WMMR.

 

Hobart Rowland's

TRANSPLANTED SOUTHERN BOY TOP 10

1. "Let It Be," Beatles

2. "In My Room," Beach Boys

3. "Layla," Derek and the Dominoes

4. "Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy," Elton John

5. "(White Man) in Hammersmith Palais," Clash

6. "Song Is Over," Who

7. "Town Called Malice," Jam

8. "So What," Miles Davis

9. "Little Wing," Jimi Hendrix

10. "The Last Resort," Eagles

Hobart Rowland, PW's former A&E editor, is now an editor in Atlanta.

 

Patty Jackson's

TOP 10 FAVORITE GROOVES

1. "As," Stevie Wonder

2. "Just the Way You Are," Billy Joel

3. "I'm Gonna Love You Just a Little More," Barry White

4. "Bad Girls," Donna Summer

5. "Crazy," Patsy Cline

6. "Something," Beatles

7. "Come Get to This," Marvin Gaye

8. "Livin' on a Prayer," Bon Jovi

9. "Do You Know the Way to San Jose?" Dionne Warwick

10. "Jessie's Girl," Rick Springfield

Patty Jackson is the midday personality on WDAS.

 

Vince Fumo's

TOP 10 FAVORITE SONGS TO BE THE BOSS BY

1. "Rhapsody in Blue," George Gershwin

2. "My Way," Frank Sinatra

3. "Nessun Dorma," Luciano Pavarotti

4. "Summer of '42," Peter Nero

5. "Can't Get Enough of Your Love Babe," Barry White

6. "Dancing Queen," ABBA

7. "The Way We Were," Barbra Streisand

8. "Nobody Knows How Much I Love You," Johnnie Mathis

9. "Don't Cry for Me Argentina," Madonna

10. Phantom of the Opera, original cast album

Vince Fumo is a Pennsylvania state senator.

 

Jim and Jenny's

TOP 10 BLUEGRASS SONGS

1. "Rank Strangers," Stanley Brothers

2. "Little Maggie," Red Allen and Frank Wakefield

3. "What Would You Give in Exchange for Your Soul?" Bill Monroe

4. "Cora Is Gone," Bray Brothers

5. "Highway of Sorrow," Del McCoury

6. "Don't Put Her Down, You Helped Put Her There," Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard

7. "Sunny Side of the Mountain," Jimmy Martin

8. "Walk Softly on This Heart of Mine," Bill Monroe

9. "Nashville Blues," Earl Scruggs

10. "Cry from the Cross," Ralph Stanley

Jim and Jenny and the Pinetops are a Philadelphia-based bluegrass band.

 

Leslie Gudel's

TOP 10 DRIVING-IN-THE-CAR SONGS

1. "Blinded by the Light," Manfred Mann

2. "I Want You to Want Me," Cheap Trick

3. "Son of a Preacher Man," Dusty Springfield

4. "Take It Easy," Eagles

5. "Scenes from an Italian Restaurant," Billy Joel

6. "Photograph," Def Leppard

7. "Saturday in the Park," Chicago

8. "One Step Closer," Linkin Park

9. "Hanging by a Moment," Lifehouse

10. "Galileo," Indigo Girls

Leslie Gudel is a Comcast SportsNet anchor and reporter.

 

Richard Kaufmann's

TOP 10 SONGS TO CRY IN YOUR BEER BY

1. "A World So Full of Love," Roger Miller

2. "Apartment #9," Tammy Wynette

3. "It Makes Me Want to Cry," Charlie Rich

4. "Love Hurts," Gram Parsons and Emmylou Harris

5. "Last Date," Skeeter Davis

6. "The Last Letter," Willie Nelson

7. "I'm Always on a Mountain When I Fall," Merle Haggard

8. "She's Actin' Single (I'm Drinkin' Doubles)," Gary Stewart

9. "Broken-Hearted People," Steve Young

10. "Just About Anything," George Jones and Hank Williams

Ex-Rolling Hayseed Richard Kaufmann is a local singer-songwriter. His new album is Common Senses.

 

Kenn Kweder's

TOP 10 HOMEGROWN PHILLY SONGS

1. "Me and Mrs. Jones," Billy Paul

2. "TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia)," MFSB

3. "Fall in Philadelphia," Hall and Oates

4. "Open My Eyes," Nazz

5. "Young Americans," David Bowie

6. "The Twist," Chubby Checker

7. "Cold Beverage," G. Love and Special Sauce

8. "Frankford El," American Dream

9. "Push th' Little Daisies," Ween

10. "I'm Sorry (But So Is Brenda Lee)," Ben Vaughn

Kenn Kweder has been performing music in Philadelphia for 28 years.

 

Liz Spikol's

TOP 10 MELANCHOLY WORLD MUSIC SONGS

1. "Playa Girón," Silvio Rodriguez

2. "Que Não Se Vé," Caetano Veloso

3. "Ay Mariposa," Pedro Luis Ferrer

4. "Sodade," Caesaria Evora

5. "Kabhi Kabhi Mere Dil Mein Khayal Aata," Lata Mangeshkar and Mukesh

6. "San Vicente," Milton Nascimento

7. "Yeladim Shel Ha-Chaim," Arik Einstein

8. "Sofrimento," Waldemar Bastos

9. "Ndine Mubvunzo," Oliver Mtududzi

10. "La Vie En Rose" Yves Montand

Liz Spikol, PW 's managing editor, often reviews world music.

 

Brian Hickey's

TOP 10 SONGS BY WHICH TO WILE AWAY A LONG WINTER AT THE JERSEY SHORE

1. "Smoke Two Joints," Sublime

2. "Three Days," Jane's Addiction

3. "Laugh as the Sun," Rusted Root

4. "Garbage Man," G Love and Special Sauce

5. "B-Boy Bouillabaisse," Beastie Boys

6. "5446 (That's My Number)," Sublime

7. "Double Dutch Bus," Frankie Smith

8. "Christmas in Hollis," Run-D.M.C.

9. "No More ?s," Eazy E

10. "Would," Alice in Chains

Staff Writer Brian Hickey was a Townsend's Inlet local for four years before moving to Philadelphia in 2000.

 

Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz's

TOP 10 WEATHER SONGS

1. "Bad Moon Rising," Credence Clearwater Revival

2. "I Wish It Would Rain," Temptations

3. "Heat Wave," Martha Reeves and the Vandellas

4. "110 in the Shade," from the play of the same name

5. "Summer in the City," Lovin' Spoonful

6. "Storm Front," Billy Joel

7. "Who'll Stop the Rain," Creedence Clearwater Revival

8. "Rainy Night in Georgia," Brook Benton

9. "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?" Creedence Clearwater Revival

10. "Let it Snow! Let it Snow! Let it Snow!" Rosemary Clooney

Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz is meteorologist at NBC-10.

 

Jonathan Valania's

TOP 10 WILCO SONGS THAT MAKE HIM PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN

1. "California Stars," from Mermaid Avenue Volume I

2. "A Shot in the Arm," from Summer Teeth

3. "Remember the Mountain Bed," from Mermaid Avenue, Volume II

4. "Radio Cure," from Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

5. "Passenger Side," from A.M.

6. "Red-Eyed and Blue" from Being There

7. "Candyfloss" from Summer Teeth

8. "Outta Mind (Outta Sight)," from Being There

9. "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart," from Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

10. "Ashes of American Flags," from Yankee Hotel Foxtrot

Jonathan Valania is a PW staff writer.

 

AJ Ready Right's

TOP 10 SONG COMBINATIONS TO PACK AND THEN CLEAR THE DANCEFLOOR

1 "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'," Michael Jackson/ "How Do You Talk to Girls," Scott Baio

2. "Freaks Come out at Night," Whodini/ "Bad Luck Barry." U.T.F.O.

3. "Pickin' Boogers," Biz Markie/ "Boogie in Your Butt," Eddie Murphy

4. "When I Hear Music," Debbie Deb/ "All Night Passion," Alisha

5. "I Wanna Be Your Lover," Prince/ "Secret Agent Man," Devo

6. "My Adidas," Run-D.M.C. / "Converse," Busy Bee

7. "Electricity," OMD/ "Sexy Eiffel Towers," Bow Wow Wow

8. "Nasty Girl," Vanity 6/ "Ooo She She Wa Wa," Apollonia 6

9. "Temptation," New Order/ "Holiday in Cambodia," Dead Kennedys

10. "Planet Rock," Afrika Bambaataa and the Soulsonic Force/ "Rappin' Rodney," Rodney Dangerfield

AJ Ready Right is an artist at Space 1026 and DJ at Cold Retarded.

 

Diane McKinney-Whetstone's

TOP 10 SONGS TO WRITE BY

1. "Hot Fun in the Summertime," Sly and the Family Stone

2. "Besame Mucho," Dianne Reeves

3. "You Go to My Head," Louis Armstrong

4. "Oh What a Night," Dells

5. "No Woman No Cry," Bob Marley

6. "Hallelujah," arranged by Quincy Jones

7. "It's Alright," Curtis Mayfield

8. "I'm Glad There Is You," Gloria Lynne

9. "Distant Lover," Marvin Gaye

10. "The Tin Man," America

Diane McKinney-Whetstone is a Philadelphia novelist. Some of these songs have appeared in her books.

 

Ben Vaughn's

TOP 10 SONGS THAT MAKE HIM HOMESICK FOR PHILLY

1. "Expressway to Your Heart," Soul Survivors

2. "Cowboys to Girls," Intruders

3. "Sally's Sayin' Somethin'," Billy Harner

4. "Fall in Philadelphia," Hall and Oates

5. "Bila," Versatones

6. "I Ain't Searchin'," American Dream

7. "The 81," Candy and the Kisses

8. "Second Avenue," Tim Moore

9. "La La Means I Love You," Delfonics

10. "The Action News Theme"

Native Philadelphian Ben Vaughn is a writer and performer now living in California.

 

David Dye's

TOP 10 FLASHBACK SONGS

1. "Nobody But Me," Human Beinz

2. "I Do," Marvellos

3. "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted?" Jimmy Ruffin

4. "Build Me up Buttercup," Foundations

5. "Shout," Isley Brothers

6. "Satisfaction," Rolling Stones

7. "I Want You Back," Jackson Five

8. "What I Like About You," Romantics

9. "Do Wah Diddy Diddy," Manfred Mann

10. "Heard It Through the Grapevine," Marvin Gaye

David Dye's "Flashback" was a staple at WIOQ before he moved to WXPN.

 

David Dye's

TOP 10 "FUNKY FRIDAY" SONGS

1. "Be Thankful for What You Got," William DeVaughn

2. "Dazz," Brick

3. "Flashlight," Parliament

4. "I'll Take You There," Staple Singers

5. "Just Kissed My Baby," Meters

6. "Clean up Woman," Betty Wright

7. "If You Want Me to Stay," Sly and the Family Stone

8. "Spying Glass," Massive Attack

9. "Rock Steady," Aretha Franklin

10. "Word Up," Cameo

David Dye can be heard spinning funk every Friday night on WXPN.

 

Harvey Finkle's

TOP 10 SONGS TO WORK IN THE DARKROOM BY

1. Bach's "Goldberg Variations," Glenn Gould

2. "It Never Entered My Mind," Frank Sinatra

3. "But Not for Me," Chet Baker

4. "Rolling Stone," Bob Dylan

5. "If I Loved You," Rashaan Roland Kirk

6. "Brandenburg Concerto No. 4," Bach

7. "Parisian Thoroughfare," Cifford Brown and Max Roach

8. "The Way You Look Tonight," Dave Brubeck

9. "My Favorite Things," John Coltrane

10. "Every Time We Say Goodbye," Ray Charles and Betty Carter

Harvey Finkle is a local freelance photographer.

 

Psydde Delicious'

TOP 10 DECADE-OR-OLDER SONGS

1. "Smash It Up," The Damned

2. "Shake Some Action," Flamin' Groovies

3. "Venus," Television

4. "Horses," Patti Smith

5. "Heroes" (any version other than English a plus), David Bowie

6. "78 RPM," Stiff Little Fingers

7. "Clampdown," Clash

8. "Autonomy," Buzzcocks

9. "Non Stop Girls," Radio Birdman

10. "Eight Miles High/Makes No Sense at All," Hüsker Dü

Psydde Delicious is hosts the Fast Cheap and Out of Control weekly at Fluid. He's also co-founder of Delicious Corsets.

 

Jessica Dellecave's (aka Pasta Girl)

10 SONGS TO RULE THE WORLD BY

1. "I Want to Be Evil," Eartha Kitt

2. "Power of Pussy," Bongwater

3. "Killer Queen," Queen

4. "Heroes," David Bowie

5. "Buttercup (I'm a Super Girl)," Shonen Knife

6. "Enter Sandman," Apocalyptica

7. "Wonder Woman Theme," Wonderland Band

8. "Superheroes," The Rocky Horror Show

9. "Virgenes del Sol," Yma Sumac

10. "Powerpuff Girls," Bis

Jessica Dellecave performs with the P Power Performance Project.

 

Jim Kenney's

TOP 10 AT-LARGE SONGS

1. "Sunday Bloody Sunday," U2

2. "Strangers in the Night," Frank Sinatra

3. "Thunder Road," Bruce Springsteen

4. "You'll Never Find Another Love Like Mine," Lou Rawls

5. "These Are the Days of Our Lives," Queen

6. "It Had to Be You," Harry Connick Jr.

7. "Foggy Dew," Chieftains and Sinéad O'Connor

8. "Jessica," Allman Brothers

9. "Lullabye (Goodnight, My Angel)," Billy Joel

10. "Summer Wind," Frank Sinatra

Jim Kenney is an at-large Philadelphia city councilman.

 

Robert Person's

10 FAVORITE PHILLIES CLUBHOUSE SONGS

1. "Me Against the World," 2Pac

2. "G'd Up," tha Eastsidaz featuring Snoop Dogg

3. "Song Cry," Jay-Z

4. "Against All Odds," 2Pac

5. "What'cha Gonna Do," Jayo Felony featuring DMX and Method Man

6. "High Speed," 2Pac

7. "Give It 2 'Em Dogg," Eastsidaz featuring Snoop Dogg

8. "Slippin'," DMX

9. "Ambitionz Az a Ridah," 2Pac

10. "Stay True," 2Pac

Robert Person is a starting pitcher for the Phillies.

 

TOP 10 VET STADIUM "PUMP IT UP" SONGS

1. "Du Hast," Rammstein

2. "Gonna Fly Now" (theme from Rocky), Bill Conti

3. "It Takes Two (Remix)," Rob Base and DJ E-Z Rock

4. "Kernkraft 400," Zombie Nation

5. "Rock and Roll All Night," Kiss

6. "Rock and Roll Part 2," Gary Glitter

7. "That's the Way (I Like it)," KC and the Sunshine Band

8. "Tribal Dance," 2 Unlimited

9. "Twilight Zone," 2 Unlimited

10. "We Will Rock You," Queen

Anita Newby, promotions manager for the Philadelphia Eagles, says these songs are used to stoke the crowd at crunch time.

 

John Timoney's

TOP 10 TRADITIONAL IRISH PUB SONGS

1. "Philomena (Wild Wild Rover)"

2. "Dublin in the Rare Old Times"

3. "Liverpool Lou"

4. "I Wish I Was Back in Liverpool"

5. "River Leigh"

6. "Lovely Leitrim"

7. "Seven Drunken Nights"

8. "Peggy Gordon"

9. "The Town I Loved So Well"

10. "Maids When You're Young Never Wed an Old Man"

John Timoney, a Philadelphia resident, is the city's former police commissioner.

 

Bruce Buschel's

10 SONGS THAT CANNOT BE IMPROVED UPON

1. "Satisfaction," Rolling Stones

2. "Heat Wave," Martha Reeves and the Vandellas

3. "My Favorite Things," John Coltrane

4. "Reach out I'll Be There," Four Tops

5. "Witchi Tia To," Jim Pepper (Indian peyote chant)

6. "Concierto," Jim Hall

7. "Madame George," Van Morrison

8. "Stolen Moments," Oliver Nelson (Mark Murphy vocals)

9. "Kitty's Back in Town," Bruce Springsteen

10. "Gloomy Sunday," Billie Holiday

Native Philadelphian Bruce Buschel is a New York writer and producer.

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