Caffe` Latte` presents…
THE TOP 101 ESSENTIAL SONGS BY THE
STUCK INSIDE OF MOBILE WITH THE MEMPHIS BLUES AGAIN
Dylan's 'Blonde On Blonde' album contained several of his best compositions, including this track. A live rendition was released as a single in 1976.
CAN'T GET IT OUT OF MY HEAD
ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA
This was a single lifted off ELO's 'Eldorado' album and it was the 1st of the group's releases to reach the Top 10 in America.
I DROVE ALL NIGHT
This posthumous single peaked at #7 in Britain and was included on the 'King Of Hearts' album. Jeff Lynne produced the track. Although released after Cyndi Lauper's version, Orbison's is the original. Celine Dion covered the song in 2003.
This single was lifted off Harrison's 'Extra Texture (Read All About It)' album. The song, written and produced by the former Beatle, reached the US Top 20.
This was the track on the flip side of the Orbison hit "Working For The Man". It charted in some territories in its own right.
To commemorate the 15th anniversary of George Harrison’s passing and in celebration of Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize for Literature, it’s an opportune time to reflect on the 101 songs that matter most from the members of The Traveling Wilburys. As well as Harrison and Dylan, the group consisted of Roy Orbison, Tom Petty and Jeff Lynne. The latter is mostly represented on the Top 101 as a member of the Electric Light Orchestra. Also included are songs that Harrison penned for The Beatles to record.
Each update will be added to the Traveling Wilburys playlist on Spotify.