If I Had An Ipod It'd Probably Include:

Statesboro Blues (Allman Brothers)
Love Me Two Times (The Doors)
Bonepart's Retreat (Old Time fiddle tune)
Seven Bridges Road (The Eagles)
Who Do You Love (Thorogood)
LaGrange (ZZ Top)
Sweet Little Sixteen (Chuck Berry)
I Walk the Line (Johnny Cash)
Blue Yodel #1 (aka T For Texas) (Jimmie Rogers)
T For Texas (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
My Heart Skips a Beat (Buck Owens)
Midnight Rider (Allman Brothers)
American Pie
Piece of My Heart (Janis)
Me and Bobbie McGee (Janis)
The Pilgrim Chapter 33 (Kristofferson)
Billy In the Low Ground (old time fiddle)
Done Somebody Wrong (Allman Brothers)
Whipping Post (Allman Brothers - one of the ~17 minute versions)

and more old time (not bluegrass - there is a difference!) music, pre-'78 rock, old country music, Cajun, white blues, western swing, old Charlie Daniels - he used to be a rocker!, Eagles and 70's Southern Rock.
GoodOldDirk GoodOldDirk
46-50, M
2 Responses Jan 9, 2013

I've liked "Gary Owen" since the series "Custer" aired in the late 60's, but I can't tell you where to find it. My neighbors play a lot of old time fiddle tunes on the porch after dark on weekends in the summer. As Missourians we are fond of Marmaduke's Hornpipe. Sometimes I ask them for the name of a tune they just played, but later I can't associate the name with the tune. Sally Goodin is good, but overplayed in my opinion. But I can always appreciate hearing Soldier's Joy.

If you like old fiddle tunes, how about adding "Sally Goodin". Great list. BTW, do you know where I can get a copy of "Gary Owen" with just drum & fife?