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My First Mighty Meme

My First Mighty Meme

I Love Meme’s and I like to make fun of people who only ever post meme’s as their status updates.

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Mighty Chin’s Top Five Favourite Songs

Mighty Chin’s Top Five Favourite Songs

Y’know I use to be a DJ, not a very good one, I basically pushed buttons. My musical exposure growing up was all over the place. During those endless car rides and sitting in the back seat with my brother and sister we were forced to listen to whatever 8-Tracks the parents were playing. Endless Statler Brothers, Kenny Rogers, Elvis, Mac Davis. But I always enjoyed whenever the Hits of the 50’s or 60’s made it in the rotation. My Favourites were always songs like Rockin Robin by Bobby Day, Splish Splash by Bobby Darin or Yakety Yak by the Coasters. Very few songs though stayed with me as much as one song in particular.

That Song is Number One on my List to this very day.

Here is my Top Five Favourite Songs of All Time!

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  1. Crimson and Clover

    Crimson and Clover
    by Tommy James and the Shondells

    This song still to this day gets me every time. It’s a haunting song that just keeps building to a crescendo then just drops silent. It’s my most favourite thing when a song can accomplish that feat. Love it, love it, love it.

  2. Total Eclipse of the Heart

    Total Eclipse of the Heart
    by Bonnie Tyler

    This song is my 80’s song. It’s so 80’s to me. It’s BIG HAIR before big hair. It’s written by Jim Steinmam of Meatloaf: Bat out of Hell fame. Bonnie Tyler has that slightly raspy voice that I love in female singer (not quite Stevie Nicks levels of Rasp though.)

    This is the album version here a bit longer at 7mins. I think the Radio version is a tighter song though.

  3. (You’re My) Soul and Inspiration

    (You’re My) Soul and Inspiration
    by The Righteous Brothers

    The Righteous Brothers are Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield and they make me swoon. I can admit that because I’m a man! I’m a man who discovered the wheel and built the Eiffel Tower out of metal and brawn. That’s what kind of man I am, with that being said I’m throwing my panties on the stage. What a contrast of voices that made these two such an amazing duo. Medley with his deep soulful voice the complete opposite of Hatfeild’s Higher pitched voice. So Good!.

  4. With a Little Help from My Friends

    With a Little Help from My Friends
    by Joe Cocker

    I’ve made feelings known about Joe Cocker, he is simply my favourite singer ever. There is nobody better in my opinion. I had the pleasure of seeing him 4 times in Concert. I have all his albums and when he passed away on December 22nd 2014 at the age of 70 I wept, just writing that brought a tear to my eye. He was great and I will take his music with me the rest of my days.

    After my son was born I got to take my wife Bonnie to see him in Concert. He was 64 at the time and he had a very limited move set, He basically just planted himself in the middle of the stage and let his voice do the work. He still had it, spastic air guitar arms and all. Miss you Joe.

  5. Grace Too

    Grace Too
    by The Tragically Hip

    The Greatest Canadian Band of all time! Calm down Rush Fans. Grace Too is my most Contemporay song on my list, it’s only 20 years old. This song was an instant love and a first listen. Released in 1994 it was the first track on The Tragically Hip’s 4th (actually 5th) album Day for Night. It blew me away and not even Hundredth Meridian or Fiddlers Green come close to it in my opinion.