Cleveland.com has published a list of the "200 greatest Rock and Roll Hall of Fame songs of the 1970s," and number-one and number-200 are by artists not necessarily considered rock and roll. In fact, many songs aren't rock songs, so just think of it as the top 200 songs from the '70s. What are you favorite songs from that decade?
The Top 10 is as follows:
- "What's Going On" -Marvin Gaye
- "Kashmir" -Led Zeppelin
- "A Case of You" -Joni Mitchell
- "Born to Run" -Bruce Springsteen
- "I Feel Love" -Donna Summer
- "Heroes" -David Bowie
- "Comfortably Numb" -Pink Floyd
- "Maggot Brain" -Funkadelic
- "Bohemian Rhapsody" -Queen
- "Don's Stop 'Til You Get Enough" -Michael Jackson
Number 200 belongs to James Brown with "Funky Drummer."
Cleveland, home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, will host this year's induction ceremony on May 2nd.
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