11. Top 7 - "Born To Be Wild"
Steppenwolf Version - Purchase/Download
"Born To Be Wild" introduced pop fans to the Canadian rock band Steppenwolf in 1968. It went clear to #2 on the charts and was included in the soundtrack to the film Easy Rider. The use of the phrase "heavy metal thunder" in the lyrics is believed to be the first instance of "heavy metal" being used in the lyrics of a rock song.
12. Top 7 Round Two - "If I Can't Have You"
Yvonne Elliman Version - Purchase/Download
The Bee Gees wrote "If I Can't Have You" and gave it to Yvonne Elliman to record for the soundtrack of Saturday Night Fever. It became her first #1 as a solo artist and is a disco classic.
13. Top 5 - "Feeling Good"
Nina Simone Version - Purchase/Download
"Feeling Good" was written for the 1965 musical The Roar of the Greasepaint, the Smell of the Crowd. Jazz singer Nina Simone recorded a version of the song that has come to be known as the definitive, and most singers since have performed it in a similar style to her version.
14. Top 4 - "Whole Lotta Love"
Led Zeppelin Version - Purchase/Download
"Whole Lotta Love" is the only top 10 single released in the US by the legendary band Led Zeppelin. It was recorded in various studios during the band's second tour of the US and reached #4 on the charts in 1970.
15. Top 4 Duet - "Slow Ride"
Foghat Version - Purchase/Download
"Slow Ride" is the biggest hit single by the rock band Foghat. It went to #20 on the pop chart in 1975. The song has become a radio favorite, and it is also frequently used in soundtracks for films and TV shows.