Well these are the ones I can come up with tonight. Probably nothing from the last 15 years, so I'm sure some are missing.😕
  1. Janie Jones-The Clash
    My little punk soul loves The Clash
  2. Looking for Space-John Denver
    I think John Denver has the purest voice. Nothing he sings makes me feel bad, even if it makes me sad.
  3. Crockett's Theme-Jan Hammer
    Miami Vice has some of the best music soundtracks. Late 70's soul and dance hits, beautiful mellow beach tunes, but Jan Hammer is its soul, and also mine.
  4. Harvest Moon-Neil Young
  5. Downeaster Alexa-Billy Joel
    He is the best when he's telling a story, especially a sad, inevitable one. Allentown, Leningrad, Goodnight Saigon.
  6. Sailing to Philadelphia-Mark Knopfler/James Taylor
    History lesson -✔️
  7. Big Log-Robert Plant
    There isn't a better roll down the windows, drive down the coast, just you and the peaceful dark night song.
  8. This is the Sea-The Waterboys
    That was the river.
  9. The River-Bruce Springsteen
    It's kind of the song of my life.
  10. A Thousand Kisses Deep-Leonard Cohen
  11. Shelter from the Storm-Bob Dylan
  12. Goldfinger-Shirley Bassey
  13. French Kissin' in the USA-Blondie
  14. Romeo and Juliet-The Killers
    I love Dire Straits, but sometimes another artist just blows it out of the water.
  15. After the Gold Rush-Emmylou Harris, Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton
    Like here
  16. Wild Horses-the Rolling Stones
    And here. The whole Sticky Fingers album is 👌🏼.