Musicians are in competition with one another for an audience. Audiences tend to listen to what they like. People evaluate what we like by rating one thing better or not as good as another. Regardless of a kind of altruistic, "music is not a competition" philosophy, it is a de facto competition...
I love Sodbusters. I have a bunch of Cases and the other major knockoffs but as small as they are, I get bugged by their presence in my pocket. The only EDC I can stand is the WorkPro folding utility knife. Nice and flat, under three inches closed and uses standard utility blades.
Here are a few of my favorites which fit this category.
"Canned Ham" by Norman Greenbaum
"Just What the Doctor Ordered" by Ted Nugent
"Jailbreak" by Thin Lizzy
"Victim of Love" by The Eagles
"Love is Alive" by Gary Wright
I'll probably think of some more.
Concetta Rosa Maria Franconero = Connie Francis
Robert Louis Ridarelli = Bobby Rydell
Walden Robert Cassotto = Bobby Darin
Anthony Dominick Benedetto = Tony Bennett
Dino Paul Crocetti = Dean Martin
Francesco Paolo LoVecchio = Frankie Laine
Lugee Alfredo Giovanni Sacco = Lou Christie
Yes, the words read like the blues, but to me there are way too many unguitarlike noises in the song, "Machine Gun.' I can't really listen to it. It does not sound like the blues, to me. "Red House," on the other hand, is one of my all-time favorite blues songs - Smash Hits' studio version only...