Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs: 190-171

190. “Back in Black” – AC/DC This was Bryan Johnson’s introduction to the world as the frontman of AC/DC after the death of Bon Scott, and he arrived all guns blazing and armed to the teeth with one of the greatest riffs of all time and the killer flow (and high register) to back it…

Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs 420-411

420. “The Girl Can’t Help it” – Little Richard I can’t hear this song without thinking about Fergie, but it was actually originally written about the big-breasted Jayne Mansfield. It wasn’t that big of a hit in ’57 when it was released (it peaked at the No. 49 position), so it really makes me wonder…

Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs: 470-461

The last batch of songs was the best yet featuring classics that I knew and others I didn’t with seven of the 10 worthy of consideration for my Top 500. It’ll be tough to top. 470. “Standing in the Shadows of Love” – Four Tops (1966) This isn’t a bad song by any means, but…