the first place in the ranking of Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan song Like a Rolling Stone.This song came out July 20, 1965 single, and somewhat later on the album Highway 61 Revisited.For three months in the US charts song reached the second line.The first live performance of the composition occurred at the Newport Folk Festival.
second line is the composition I can not get no satisfaction, Mick Jagger and written by Keith Richards and performed by the group The Rolling Stones.Fans of the musical group first heard this single in May 1965.A month later, the song was included on the album Out of our heads (the US version).It
is with this song "Rolling Stones" for the first time appeared on the top line of the main US charts.
On the third line of John Lennon's song Imagine.The single appeared in 1971.The author stated in the text of his vision of the world order, and later jokingly called the song a true manifesto of communism.The song became a kind of business card performer, though, even at the peak, I never held a position in the charts above 3 lines.Only in 1980 it was the first place in connection with the death of Lennon and re-release the single.This song sounds of Times Square in New York in the last moments of the year.
song What's going on has become a major in the eponymous album Marvin Gaye, which was released May 21, 1971.The album itself is a landmark.First, he was the first performer of the data has produced himself, and secondly, is an expression of the new trends of music in the style of soul.
in fifth place in the ranking of Rolling Stone song Respect Aretha Franklin.The composition appeared in 1967.The song was awarded two "Grammy" awards.Respect - it's cover version of Otis Redding.As recalled by the author, he wrote a song a day for 20 minutes to create an arrangement and recorded a single with the first attempt.But if asked Redding respect, in their interpretation of Aretha Franklin demanded that respect.The singer is not afraid to make changes to the music and text, allowing the composition to leave the first position of the majority of the world charts.
In 1966, the American band The Beach Boys makes a single Good Vibrations, which the drafters of the rating Rolling Stone a few decades later put on the sixth line.Good Vibrations - a collection of several topics that were recorded in different studios.This approach is the installation of the composition never anyone not previously used.As a result, the only record of this song Brian Wilson, the founder, producer and frontman of The Beach Boys, has spent about $ 50 000.The song was used in the TV series "Lost" as a code to unlock the substation "Mirror".
On the seventh line of the rating composition Jonny B. Good Chuck Berry.He wrote the song in 1955, but managed to produce only a single spring of 1958.Jonny B. Good - classic rock 'n' roll.Song sung dozens of performers, including Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Green Day and the Sex Pistols.One of the brightest performances of the song presented in the movie "Back to the Future."
eighth place ranking Rolling Stone takes Hey Jude by The Beatles.When Lennon divorced his wife, Paul McCartney went to Weybridge to visit and cheer Julian - the son of John and Cynthia, who was very upset because of the rupture of the parents.McCartney spent about an hour on the road, writing songs along the way.Subsequently, the name of Jules, he changed to Jude.Of The Beatles never performed the song Hey Jude at their concerts, but Paul McCartney made it his personal highlight of the show.In 2012, McCartney came up with her at the opening ceremony of the Olympics in London.
to ninth place located song Smells like teen spirit the group Nirvana.This song became the most successful album Nevermind, and contributed to an unprecedented growth in sales.The song never left the first lines of the charts in 1991-1992.
Closes ten song What'd I say Ray Charles.The single was released in 1959.At one of the concerts before the end was only a few minutes, which had to be filled with something.And then Ray Charles performed improvisation and his orchestra played up.The audience reacted so violently to the final performance that Charles decided to turn improvisation into an independent composition.