Tiffany’s Top 5 favorite rock songs – Goldmine Magazine

Tiffany photo courtesy of Deko Entertainment
Goldmine recently interviewed Tiffany about her new album Shadows on Deko which includes her beautiful ballad “You’re My Everything” with its video released this week.
Tiffany, who first gained recognition as a teen in 1987 with her chart-topping version of “I Think We’re Alone Now” and released an updated Deko recording and video of it, spoke with us about her all-time favorite Top 5 rock songs.
Here we go…. 
Simple Minds, “Don’t You (Forget About Me)”
This should be my wake-up jam in the morning. I don’t like alarm clocks, but I could handle their “hey, hey, hey, hey” to wake up and start my day. That would be just fine. I grew up watching the film The Breakfast Club which featured the song. That’s my movie and I love this song!
Fleetwood Mac, “Landslide”
Stevie Nicks’ poetic composition is romantic, timeless and magical. She has been such an influence on me. I loved hearing the live version from Fleetwood Mac’s The Dance album on the radio all the time. The Chicks also did a really nice version of this favorite of mine.
Kansas, “Dust in the Wind”
It is hard to write about the truth of our eternal state and how fragile life is without getting sappy or creating something that makes you feel bad. I love the violin and the feel of the recording which takes you on your own personal journey, saying something to you and you alone. It is like a little whisper about your plans and dreams. 
Eva Cassidy, “Falling Leaves”
Eva Cassidy’s version of the classic “Autumn Leaves” she called “Falling Leaves” and her voice was timeless and amazing. She sang many cover tunes and did them all so well. Sadly, she left us already as an artist and we just got to experience a little bit of her talent. 
John Lennon, “Imagine”
The song makes you think, have hope and feel good. “Imagine” stops me in my tracks no matter where it is played. I always take a moment and just stop, be grateful and take it all in. Julian Lennon’s new version is wonderful, and Eva Cassidy also recorded a beautiful version.
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Warren Kurtz is a Contributing Editor at Goldmine, writing close to 500 articles including the weekly Fabulous Flip Sides and monthly In Memoriam series (both exclusively online at covering rock, pop, Americana, R&B and more. Warren’s Fabulous Flip Sides radio segment can be heard most Saturdays, around 9 a.m. Eastern Time as part of DJ Brian Donovan’s Moments to Remember show, on WVCR-88.3 “The Saint” at or (search WVCR). Contact email:


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