The iTunes Top 25.

I have decided to discontinue my weekly feature listing my top 10 most played songs. I don’t think there was ever enough interest in keeping this feature going, so there’s no need to make this blog any more boring than it already is.

I was also having problems with the scrobbling software from Last.fm that was supposed to pass along songs played on my iPod to my Last.fm profile page, but it wasn’t working as it should, not even after my attempts to troubleshoot and resolve the problem. So I ended up uninstalling the scrobbling software and won’t go near Last.fm again.

I do would like to present you with one more top song list, this one from iTunes. I’ve been using it as my main music player for years and it’s been quietly keeping track of which songs I listen to the most. In fact, there’s a separate playlist for my 25 most played songs of all time, which is presented here. This is truly a definitive list of some of my all time favorite songs, presented one last time at the risk of making this blog dreadfully boring.

1. Spirit In The Sky – Norman Greenbaum
2. Love Me Tender – Elvis Presley
3. Dancing in the Moonlight – King Harvest
4. Soul Man – The Blues Brothers
5. Starsong – Rick Miller
6. Java Jive – The Ink Spots
7. Dialogues for Piano and Two Loudspeakers – Wendy Carlos
8. Autobahn – Kraftwerk
9. Les Étoiles Filantes – Les Cowboys Fringants
10. Kometenmelodie 1 – Kraftwerk
11. Kometenmelodie 2 – Kraftwerk
12. Mitternacht – Kraftwerk
13. Morgenspaziergang – Kraftwerk
14. You Can’t Always Get What You Want – The Rolling Stones
15. Kodachrome – Paul Simon
16. Bush – Elwood
17. 50 Ways to Leave Your Lover – Paul Simon
18. The Sound Of Silence – Simon & Garfunkel
19. Riders In The Sky – The Blues Brothers
20. It’s The Falling In Love – Michael Jackson
21. Geiger Counter – Kraftwerk
22. Looking For A Fox – The Blues Brothers
23. Yellow Submarine – The Beatles
24. Dream Weaver – Gary Wright
25. Like A Rolling Stone – Bob Dylan

That’s it. You may rest assured there will be no posts like this again.

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