This Friday is April Fool’s Day (April 1st) and we’ve got the Hudson Valley’s Top 10 Favorite Classic Rock “Fool” Songs.
Ah… April Fool’s Day. According to the National Day calendar, it has long been a day when practical jokes are played on the ignorant. Well, no antics here. There are plenty of classic rock songs with the word silly in the title, and we asked Hudson Valley what their favorite classic rock “silly” songs are. We’ve compiled a list of the top 10.
The Hudson Valley’s Top 10 Favorite Classic Rock “Fool” Songs
10. Rolling Stones – Fool To Cry
A ballad from The Rolling Stone’s 1976 album black and blue, “Fool to Cry” was released as the album’s lead single. It reached number 10 in the US Billboard Hot 100.
9. Robert Plant – Ship of Fools
Robert Plant makes two spots on this list, one as a solo artist and one with the Mighty Led Zeppelin. “Ship of Fools” was the second single from Robert Plant’s fourth solo album Now and Zen. It reached number 84 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 3 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart. It was Plant’s 10th solo Top 10 hit on the Mainstream Rock chart.
8. The Who – Will Not Be Fooled Anymore
“Won’t Get Fooled Again” was released as a single in June 1971 where it reached the UK Top 10 and peaked at number 15 on the Billboard Hot 100. The full eight-and-a-half-minute song appears as the band‘s final track. Who’s next album.
7. Def Leppard – Foolin’
“Foolin'” was the third single from Def Leppard’s 1983 multi-platinum album Pyromania. It reached number 9 on the Mainstream Rock chart and number 28 on the Billboard Hot 100.
6. Van Halen – Fools
“Fools” is a cut album from Van Halen’s third studio album Women and children first. It appears as the third track on the album. Women and children first went triple platinum in the United States.
5. Beatles – The Fool on the Hill
“The Fool on the Hill” is a song from the Beatles’ 1967 album Magical Mystery Tour. It was written and sung by Paul McCartney and credited to the Lennon-McCartney partnership.
4. Elvin Bishop – Duped and fell in love
“Fooled Around and Fell in Love” was written and performed by blues guitarist Elvin Bishop with Mickey Thomas on vocals. It peaked at number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles in May 1976.
3. Cinderella – Nobody’s mad
“Nobody’s Fool” is a powerful Cinderella ballad, released in 1986 as the second single from the band’s debut album. night songs. It reached No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and No. 25 on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart in 1987.
2. Foghat – Crazy for the city
“Fool For the City” is the title track from Foghat’s fifth studio album, released in September 1975. It was the band’s first album to go platinum.
1. Led Zeppelin – Fool in the Rain
Robert Plant’s second entry on this Top 10 list, “Fool in the Rain” was the only single released from Led Zeppelin’s eighth and final studio album In Through the Outdoor. The album was a huge commercial success reaching number 1 on the Billboard 200 in just its second week on the US chart. It also went to number 1 in the UK, Canada and New Zealand.
There you have it. Hudson Valley’s Top 10 Favorite Classic Rock “Crazy” Songs. The Valley loves their Led Zeppelin “Fool in the Rain” which took the top spot. Be sure to tune in to the Ultimate Classic Rock Show on WPDH this Friday night, April 1, from 7 p.m. to midnight with Uncle Joe Benson, and check out the Top 9-9 “Fools” theme to see if your favorite makes the cut. chopped off.
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