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Make Dad's Day Rock With Top 26 List of Songs From Dad Musicians Who Rock

Posted Thursday, Jun. 13, 2013  comments  Print Reprints
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Father’s Day is this weekend and to help you celebrate, Rdio just released a “Dads Who Rock” playlist with 26 songs from some of the hottest daddies in music.  An eclectic mix of R&B to old school rock and roll, enjoy some of the best hit tracks from old, new, and soon-to-be dads in this original playlist including Kanye West, Kid Rock and Elvis Presley!  

 

Dads Who Rock” playlist by Rdio 

 

  1. No Church In The Wild - Jay Z & Kanye West 
  2. The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air (Theme from NBC's The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air) - Will Smith
  3. Who Am I (What's My Name)? - Snoop Dogg 
  4. Lose Yourself - Eminem 
  5. Let's Start - Fela Kuti 
  6. The Same Love That Made Me Laugh - Bill
  7. Confessions Part II – Usher
  8. Precious - Depeche Mode 
  9. Morning Bell - Radiohead 
  10. Without You - Harry Nilsson 
  11. Maybe I'm Amazed - Paul McCartney
  12. I'm the Man Who Loves You - Wilco
  13. Savory - Jawbox 
  14. Killing Time - Massacre
  15. Negative Creep - Nirvana 
  16. Fri/End - Thurston Moore 
  17. I Don't Believe You - Bob Dylan
  18. That's It For The Other One - Grateful Dead 
  19. Day Tripper - Shockabilly 
  20. Zanzibar - Billy Joel 
  21. Here For You - Neil Young
  22. Single Father - Kid Rock 
  23. Cry, Cry, Cry - Johnny Cash 
  24. Heartbreak Hotel - Elvis Presley 
  25. Let The Day Begin - The Call
  26. God Is Dead? - Black Sabbath 
 

What do you think of this list? 

Hope your Father's Day is rockin! 

 

 


 

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