Entries Beginning with B
From the 1955-56 TV series "Davy Crockett" in which Fess Parker starred as the title character. The song hit #5 on the Billboard pop chart.
"The Ballad Of Jimi Hendrix," S.O.D.
The group play chords similar to "Purple Haze" followed with vocalist Billy Milano saying "you're read". The group would do this for a number of artists when they did live shows, including Jimi Hendrix and Freddie Mercury
Lyrics: I like beads but no, no, no im not allowed to have them(X2) lol funny song
track 6 off their album Everything Is Good Here/Please Come Home
There was no music in this song, only Tracy's vocals.
This was the soundtrack for the 1972 horror film Ben, the sequel to a 1971 horror film called Willard.
"Beneath A Steel Sky ," Abigor
track 3 off their album Verwüstung - Invoke the Dark Age
"Beside," The Fastest Group Alive Lenght:0:35
The B-side (get it?) of their 1966 Valiant single, "The Bears."
"The Best," Cartel
Really good song from Cartel's album "Cartel."
Yes, this is the theme to "The Big Bang Theory". It seems to be one minute and twenty-five seconds longer than the opening sequence.
Third song from their self-titled debut album.
Hidden track on Weird Al's album Off the Deep End. It is just six seconds of screaming. Commonly considered to be inspired by the hidden track on Nirvana's album Nevermind, "Endless, Nameless."
"Bizarre Love Triangle," Frente
track 10 off their album Low Estate
"Blame Me," Dropping Daylight Lenght:2:18
The second shortest song I know--but the only one I know the exact length of [I always guess on Prelude 12/21 by AFI, the shortest.]
LOOOOOOOOOOOve this song! great for a hospital person.
First verse compares a woman to a redbird and a bluebird. Also has a "mini-solo" with whistling, and "slows to a stop" at the end
The shortest song from 1959's 'Ritchie Valens'. The original Ersel Hickey version was peaked at #75 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1958. Four years later in 1962, The Echoes version peaked at #112 on the Billboard Hot 100. And again in 1968, The Beach Boys version peaked at #61 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song also covered by Dick and Dee Dee in 1963.
"Body Language," INXS
The song was taken off from the 1980's self titled debut album.
"Bonehead," Naked City Lenght:0:54
A theme song less than a minute and a half long.
track 1 off their album Cardinology
"Born on the Cusp," Hot Cross Lenght:1:28
A semi-humorous song, considered by some to be full of innuendo, and known to have the "chattering"
Final track on the Soft Machine's debut album. I actually knew a local band who had this in their repertoire in 1969!
A track from the album "Yours, Truly, Angry Mob"
"Boys Are Boys and Girls Are Choice," The Monks
"Breakfast At Timpani's," Relient K
It's a very funy song!
The song lyrics are in the title.
"Bring the Boys Back Home," Pink Floyd
Off the Wall
"Broken Face," Pixies
Despite its brevity, it doesn't seem that short
instrumental on "Physical Graffiti"--might even clock in under 1:30.
"Brotherly Love," Slaves On Dope Lenght:0:05
The first track on their album "Inches From The Mainline"
High-energy third track from 2002's 'Steal This Album!'
Track 3 off 'Steal This Album!'
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