List of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Snubs


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About The Song Project, Dave wrote:
Neil Diamond - Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show (1969)
Neil Diamond - Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon (1967)
Neil Diamond - Holly Holy (1969)
Neil Diamond - I Am...I Said (1971)
Neil Diamond - Thank the Lord for the Night Time (1967)


Al Green - You Ought to Be With Me (1972)
B.B. King - Sweet Little Angel (1956)
Dizzy Gillespie - Manteca (1947)
Duke Ellington - Black and Tan Fantasy (1927)
Jelly Roll Morton - King Porter Stomp (1923)
Jimi Hendrix - Are You Experienced? (1967)
Lead Belly - Cotton Fields (1940)
Miles Davis - All Blues (1959)
Muddy Waters - Sugar Sweet (1955)
Robert Johnson - Sweet Home Chicago (1937)
Sam Cooke - Having a Party (1962)
Sly & The Family Stone - Stand! (1969)
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - The Love I Saw in You Was Just a Mirage (1967)
T-Bone Walker - Tell Me Whatís the Reason (1953)
Thelonius Monk - Roundí Midnight (1947)
Saturday, 02.24.18 @ 22:45pm


About Revisited Projected Rankings, The _Claw wrote:
1. Sex Pistols
2. ABBA
3. Eminem
4. Jay-Z
5. Patti Smith Group
6. N.W.A.
7. Curtis Mayfield
8. Sonic Youth
9. Etta James
10. The Isley Brothers
11. Chic
12. Janet Jackson
13. Joy Division
14. Earth, Wind & Fire
15. The Four Tops
16. Genesis
17. White Stripes
18. Depeche Mode
19. Bill Haley & His Comets
20. Steely Dan
21. Peter Gabriel
22. Donna Summer
23. Smashing Pumpkins
24. Carl Perkins
25. Kate Bush
Saturday, 02.24.18 @ 22:39pm


About The Song Project, Jennifer wrote:
February 2018 Black History Month's Genre Ballot:

Bessie Smith - After Youíre Gone (1927)
Billie Holiday - Lady Sings the Blues (1956)
Dizzy Gillespie - Manteca (1947)
Jelly Roll Morton - King Porter Stomp (1923)
Mahalia Jackson - Take My Hand, Precious Lord (1956)
Nat "King" Cole - L-O-V-E (1964)
Prince featuring Sheena Easton - Arms of Orion (1989)
Sly & The Family Stone - Stand! (1969)
Stevie Wonder - Pastime Paradise (1976)
Stevie Wonder - Send One Your Love (1979)
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles - The Love I Saw in You Was Just a Mirage (1967)
The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Are You Experienced? (1967)
The Supremes - My World is Empty Without You (1965)
Tina Turner - The Best (1989)
Tina Turner - We Donít Need Another Hero (Thunderdome) (1985)

There are also many others that I would eventually vote for.
Saturday, 02.24.18 @ 21:06pm


About The Song Project, Jennifer wrote:
February 2018 Neil Diamond Song Artist Ballot:

Neil Diamond - Heartlight (1982)
Neil Diamond - Hello Again (1980)
Neil Diamond - I'm a Believer (1967)
Neil Diamond - Love On The Rocks (1980)
Neil Diamond - Thank the Lord for the Night Time (1967)

Wow! I'd never heard Thank the Lord for the Night Time before-what an excellent rockin' song. I think John Cougar Mellencamp ripped this song off for my favorite of his, R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A. in 1986.

Last Cuts include: Brother Love's Traveling Salvation Show, Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon, Holly Holy, and I Am...I Said. All nominated songs are great ones that I would eventually vote for as well as many others not nominated, including some of his newer ones. I recently heard Pretty Amazing Grace (2008) for the first time and really enjoyed it.
Saturday, 02.24.18 @ 21:04pm


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