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Cranberry Lake Pickin' 'n' Singin' Society
...making music on the ESF campus in the 1970s.

Listen In
...hear the talents of our profiled performers.

Top Fives
...musical recommendations from ESF's musicians.

Top Fives

Looking for something new to listen to? Our musicians offered up their top five favorites in their various musical genres. Happy listening.

Russ Briggs — Top five End-of-the-Semester Songs
In Memory of Elizabeth Reed — Allman Brothers
All Along the Watchtower — Dave Mathews Band version
Gimme Shelter — Rolling Stones
Sometime Around Midnight — Airborne Toxic Event
Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around — Stevie Nicks

Mark Storrings — Top five orchestral pieces (plus two wind ensemble numbers)
Symphony #2 "The Resurrection” — Gustav Mahler
Appalachian Spring — Aaron Copland
Adagio for Strings — Samuel Barber
Symphony #9 — Ludwig von Beethoven
Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun  — Claude Debussy

Wind Ensemble (aka band music)
Rocky Point Holiday  — Ron Neslon
New England Triptych — William Schuman

Gina Ryan — Top five must-listen-to songs
The Story — Brandi Carlile
Remember Walking in the Sand — Imelda May and Jeff Beck
At Last — Etta James
Rhiannon — Fleetwood Mac
God Bless the Child — Eva Cassidy

For the Ecotones: Derek Beldon Corbett — Top five a capella songs
For the Longest Time — Suade
I’ll Be Seeing You — New York Voices
Magic — U of Chicago Voices in Your Head
Now and Forever — University of Rochester Yellow Jackets
The 12 Days of Christmas — Straight No Chaser

Paul Otteson — Top five favorites with an earthy vibe
Stratus — Billy Cobham
Use Me — Bill Withers
Hindi Gumbo — Garaj Mahal
Mountain Jam — Allman Brothers
Eyes of the World — Grateful Dead

Jamie Savage — Top five list
We Belong to the Mountains — Peggy Eyres and Dan Berggren
Adirondack Blue — Roy Hurd
Here’s to You — Dan Berggren
Lady of the Lake — Roy Hurd
Ballad of Blue Mt. Lake — Recorded by Dave Ruch (CD: The Oldest Was Born First)


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