Some of the songs regarded by many as the biggest of all-time were on the ballot heading into our 11th round of voting for the Hall of Songs, including “Satisfaction” by the Rolling Stones, “Yesterday” by the Beatles, “My Generation” by the Who, “My Girl” by the Temptations, and “Like a Rolling Stone” by Bob Dylan.
One of those tracks is Bob Dylan’s seminal 1963 recording “Blowin’ in the Wind.” What’s the other What are those songs? Are the Beatles involved? And what about Did any of these songs get inducted in after this round? If so, how many? Any others? All these questions are answered in this results episode.
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Alright. Let’s congratulate the following songs on making the Hall of Songs …
Continuing to the next round of voting
Yesterday / The Beatles – 62.5% (1st round)
My Girl / The Temptations – 58.92% (1st round)
In My Life / The Beatles – 58.92% (1st round)
You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ / The Righteous Brothers – 55.35% (2nd round)
My Generation / The Who – 55.35% (1st round)
Ticket to Ride / The Beatles – 53.57% (1st round)
Mr. Tambourine Man – 50% (1st round)
The Times They Are a-Changin’ – 44.64% (2nd round)
Louie Louie / The Kingsmen – 42.85% (3rd round)
I Got You (I Feel Good) / James Brown – 37.5% (1st round)
Eliminated from the ballot
Twist and Shout / The Beatles – 33.92% (3rd round)
A Hard Day’s Night / The Beatles – 33.92% (2nd round)
The Tracks of My Tears / The Miracles – 30.35% (1st round)
Wonderful World / Sam Cooke – 21.42% (6th round)
Where Did Our Love Go / The Supremes – 21.42% (2nd round)
Gloria / Them – 21.42% (2nd round)
Leader of the Pack / The Shangri-Las – 14.28% (2nd round)
Wooly Bully / Sam Sham & The Pharaohs – 8.92% (1st round)