Save A Horse, Ride A Cowboy — Big and Rich 36. Discussing the plight of the black American underclass in rap lyrics without sounding trite is a major achievement when you consider how few other artists managed to pull it off. They shied away from anything commercial on future albums, and what looked like a potential Hall of Fame career because of their willingness to ignore the norms of hip-hop lyrics ran off the rails after one album. Im not a big Biggie fan but im sure one or two Biggies would have made a difference. I Cross My Heart by George Strait, 1992 A commenter on this YouTube video just broke my heart. Here are the very best country songs of all time — now pull on your cowboy boots and get honky tonking to them. Go and Say Goodbye - Buffalo Springfield 80.
When The Sun Goes Down — Kenny Chesney 35. One More Night - Bob Dylan 56. What Was I Thinking — Dierks Bentley 22. Christine's Tune Devil in Disguise - The Flying Burrito Brothers 24. How long you had that problem.
Only Love Can Break Your Heart - Neil Young 63. Let me know what you think and if you have anything you want to add to the list just leave me a comment! Blue Eyes - International Submarine Band Gram Parsons 71. Six Days On The Road - The Flying Burrito Brothers 79. A Good Fellin' To Know - Poco 37. But both of their songs on this list would have fit in well with the rap scene of the late 1980s before everything shifted with the rise of the west coast.
Oh man these bouyzz dezervez to be on this shit…ladies, gentleman and other. Make A Little Magic - Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 59. Love is a Rose - Linda Ronstadt 51. Silver Moon - Michael Nesmith 60. Dre featuring Snoop Doggy Dogg The consummate diss track, with a lowbrow comic video to match.
Also keep an eye on Mo Pitney. The Year Clayton Delaney Died - Steve Young 99. Alabama — Dixieland Delight 2. Suds in the Bucket — Sara Evans 34. The Greatest of All-Time Top Country Artists, Songs and Albums rankings are based on weekly performance on Hot Country Songs from its Oct.
A Child's Claim To Fame - Buffalo Springfield 86. If you want a heartfelt weepie, then this is your song. Bad Moon Rising - Creedence Clearwater Revival 13. When Will I Be Loved - Linda Ronstadt 11. More than half of it is garbage… there were way too many songs that you forgot such as time for some action, fantastic voyage,shoop, unity, poetry which was the song that in my mind changed the hip hop scene at one time, they want efx, 93 til infinity, dwyck…. Two Lane Highway - Pure Prairie League 82.
The hood took me under, where it at? You Ain't Goin' Nowhere - The Byrds 6. Glad to see them there as I think they are one of the more overlooked contributors to Hip Hop. It Doesn't Matter - Stephen Stills 15. Knockin' On Heaven's Door - Bob Dylan 3. Lonesome, On'ry and Mean - Steve Young 78. Cause I rock shit like Ronnie Dio. Dre who produced the album was a force to be reckoned with beyond N.
Which is the best country song of all time? Fast As You — Dwight Yoakam 12. Play Something Country — Brooks and Dunn 48. Drug Store Truck Drivin' Man - The Byrds 64. Glendale Train - New Riders of the Purple Sage 72. I Feel Like A Woman — Shania Twain 19. Let us know what you think about them in the comments section below! They chose controversial subjects, which sold records and frankly was an important addition to a scene that had grown somewhat stale due to the lack of regional diversity. .
Or to at least just make themselves more money? He has the potential to be the best voice to emerge out of Nashville in several decades, at least until Curb Records destroys him. Honky Tonk Badonkadonk — Trace Adkins 5. You Better Think Twice - Poco 23. This one track from their debut album is transitional, resembling the more structured rap hits that probably influenced these guys but with hints at the explosion that their next album would cause in the genre. I think this song perfectly encapsulates that moment! Watermelon Crawl — Tracy Byrd 47. Fishin' In The Dark - Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 74. Listen To The Band - Michael Nesmith 53.
Any Man of Mine — Shania Twain 26. Fallin' in Love - Souther, Hillman, Furay Band 47. Artists are ranked based on a formula blending performance, as outlined above, of all their Hot Country Songs and Top Country Albums chart entries. Titles are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. Panama Red - New Riders of the Purple Sage 20.