You're right Cookies. Let's examine that list in detail. C'mon you rock & rollers, let me here from you.
01. Led Zeppelin -Stairway to heaven
As it should be. In the late 70s, when the radio would play this, that was a signal to all that the DJs were firing one up. If that's not Rock & Roll, I don't know what is.
02. Rolling Stones- (I can’t get no) Satisfaction
Other than making everyone buy a Fuzz pedal, I'm not sure why this is so great. Much better Stones songs to choose from as well.
03. Queen -Bohemian rhapsody
04. Deep Purple -Smoke on the Water
A little high, for a classic riff and that's about all.
05. Steppenwolf- Born to be wild
06. Black Sabbath- Paranoid
The song that every garage band puts in they're first set list ever? I don't think so. Plus, Ozzy solo had much more impact... Crazy Train?
07. Jimi Hendrix- Purple Haze
08. The Beatles - Yesterday
09. The Doors - Light my fire
10. Pink Floyd - Another brick in the wall Parte 2
11. AC/DC - Back in Black
12. Janis Joplin - Ball and Chain
Wait a minute, #12? Maybe 112.
13. Rush - Tom Sawyer
Ok, it's a radio list. Makes sense.
14. Iron Maiden - The number of the beast
But this certainly doesn't. And I don't remember it charting too terribly high. The album sold well, but airplay was nonexistant.
15. Ten Years After - I’m going home
16. John Lennon - Imagine
17. Kiss - Rock and roll all nite
Kiss making this list may seem like a joke, but I guess if you have to pick one, this is it.
18. Aerosmith - Dream on
19. Joe Cocker - With a little help from my friends.
Beatles version is much better. How 'bout Feelin' Alright or Leave Your Hat On?
20. Bob Dylan - Blowin’ in the wind
21. Los Jaivas- Todos juntos
Oh yes, you bet. Who? Note to Chile: Good Rock & Roll will never come from Chile.
22. Eric Clapton - Cocaine
Re-worked Sunshine? That should go here.
23. Pink Floyd - Money
24. The Beatles - come together
25. Yes - Roundabout