Plush covers the decades, the genres, the mood. Here are some favorites, timeless and current.
 

Plush Song List: 1970's

 
 

Ain't No Stoppin Us Now, McFadden & Whitehead
American Honey, Lady Antebellum
Amie, Pure Prairie League
As (Always), Stevie Wonder
Best Of My Love, The Emotions
Biggest Part Of Me, Ambrosia
Bitch, Rolling Stones
Black Cow, Steely Dan
Brick House, Commodores
Can't Get Enough Of Your Love, Barry White
Colour My World, Chicago
Could It Be I'm Falling In Love, Spinners
Crazy Love, Van Morrison
Dancing Queen, Abba
Danny's Song, Kenny Loggins
Days Like This, Van Morrison
December '63, Frankie Valle
Disco Inferno, The Trampps
Domino, Van Morrison
Fallen, Lauren Wood
Feel Like Makin Love, Roberta Flack
Get Down Tonight, K. C. and The Sunshine Band
Got To Be Real, Cherl Lynn
Higher & Higher, Jackie Wilson
Honesty, Billy Joel
I Heard It Through The Grapevine, Marvin Gaye
I Only Have Eyes for You, Art Garfunkle
I Will Survive, Gloria Gaynor
I Wish, Stevie Wonder
Jive Talkin', Beegees
Josie, Steely Dan
Just The Way You Are, Billy Joel
Ladies Night, Kool & The Gang
Let's Stay Together, Al Green
Life In The Fast Lane, Eagles
Long Train Runnin', Doobie Brothers
Margaritaville, Jimmy Buffett
Moondance, Van Morrison
My First Last Everything, Barry White
My Sharona, The Knack
Peg, Steely Dan
Play That Funky Music, Average White Band
Proud Mary, Tina Turner
Rock With You, Michael Jackson
September, Earth Wind and Fire
Show And Tell, Al Wilson
Signed Sealed Delivered, Stevie Wonder
Sir Duke, Stevie Wonder
Soul Man, Sam & Dave
Stayin' Alive, Beegees
Superstition, Stevie Wonder
Sweet Home Alabama, Lynard Skynard
Thank You, Sly and the Family Stone
That's The Way I Like It, KC & The Sunshine Band
Three Little Birds, Bob Marley
Walk This Way, Aerosmith
We Are Family, Sister Sledge
What The World Needs Now, Burt Bacharach
What's Going On, Marvin Gaye
Wonderful Tonight, Eric Clapton
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life, Stevie Wonder
You Can Close Your Eyes, James Taylor
You Should Be Dancin', Beegees
You've Got A Friend, James Taylor
Your Song, Elton John