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Thanksgiving is upon us and if there's one thing that's filling the minds of Americans everywhere, it's food. And what pairs better with delicious food than, well, delicious music? Whether you're looking forward to smashing pumpkins for warm pumpkin pie, adding some jelly to your roll or making sauce out of cranberries, we have music that will satisfy your appetite. Or at least give you some new ideas for your Thanksgiving menu.
In honor of the biggest eating holiday of the year, we present you a tasty selection of appetizing artists, plus a side dish of edible songs.
Lamb Of God
Paul McCartney And Wings
Black Eyed Peas
Bowling For Soup
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Jelly Roll Morton
"All That Meat And No Potatoes," Fats Waller
"Fried Chicken," Nas Featuring Busta Rhymes
"Jambalaya (On The Bayou)," Hank Williams
"Hot Tamales," Santana
"Ham 'N' Eggs," A Tribe Called Quest
"Soul Food," Goodie Mob
"Pork Chop Sandwich," ZZ Top
"Green Onions," Booker T. & The MG's
"Sixteen Saltines," Jack White
"The Honey Roll," Elton John
"Cornflake Girl," Tori Amos
"Diced Pineapples," Rick Ross
"Peaches," The Presidents Of The United States Of America
"Gray (For My Mashed Potatoes)," Dee Dee Sharp
"American Pie," Don McLean
"Birthday Cake," Rihanna Featuring Chris Brown
"Cherry Pie," Warrant
"Cinnamon Girl," Neil Young
"Orange Crush," R.E.M.
"Raspberry Beret," Prince
"Pour Some Sugar On Me," Def Leppard
"Ice Cream Man," Van Halen
What's your favorite recipe for a mouthwatering artist or song? Let us know by commenting below.
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