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  1. I'm not sure what this concert was about (Cooke in the HOF?) and Al was long past his hit-making days, but he slays this The Spinners were like a fine-tuned Ferrari. Thom Bell is one of the great producers in rock history - the George Martin of Philly Soul.
  2. 1. "Love Train" - The O'Jays O'Jays Rock & Roll HOF
  3. 2. "Killing Me Softly" - Roberta Flack This freaking record made me feel things I shouldn't have at my age when it came out.
  4. 3. ALSO SPRACH ZARATHUSTRA - DEODATO I had no hope of writing this title so I copied/pasted it.
  5. 4. "Neither One Of Us" - Gladys Knight & The Pips This may be Gladys' best vocal performance. And she's had a bunch.
  6. 5. "Last Song" - Edward Bear God, I hate this song.
  7. 6. "Cover Of The Rolling Stone" - Dr Hook This is so meta I can't even wrap my head around it.
  8. 7. "Dueling Banjos" - Weissberg/Mandell Poor Ned
  9. 8. "Danny's Song" Anne Murray Rock on, Canada!
  10. 9. "Make Up To Break Up" - Stylistics Wait, I want to change my singer and take Russell Tompkins, Jr
  11. 10. "Ain't No Woman" - Four Tops This is a Mount Rushmore song for me. I'll take Levi Stubbs in a singer draft and ya'll can pick from everyone else.
  12. 11. "Sing" - Carpenters Not a fan
  13. 12. "I'm Just A Singer In A Rock And Roll Band" - Moody Blues I have a love/hate relationship with these guys, but screw it - I love this song.
  14. 13. "Call Me" - Al Green I think I'd give everything I own (see what I did there?) to be able to sing like this.
  15. 14. "Could It Be I'm Falling In Love" - Spinners I actually met Philippe Wynn, but he was long gone from the Spinners by then and was part of the PFunk clan (you can hear him on "Not Just Knee Deep"). Anyway, he had one of the most distinctive voices of the 70s. I'll always love those Spinners records.