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What Are Arizona's 100 Greatest Songs? (Last Call, Folks.)

Okay folks, the finish line is in sight.

February 14 marks the Arizona Centennial, and that means we're just about ready to break out 100 Greatest Songs of Arizona list. It's been fascinating reading your suggestions, which range from freakout post-punk to classic rock to Phoenix-based blues jams.

But there's still time for you to share your suggestions. We're going to keep the [email protected] email account open till the end of Friday, so if you've been slaving over a list or stalling, now's the time to hit "send" on that draft. Seriously -- cumbia, salsa, punk, jazz, rock, rap, folk, novelty gems -- if it's 'Zona it's fair game.

That's [email protected] Do it to it. And remember our state motto: Ditat Deus -- God enriches.

Okay, that's not really pertinent, but send your tunes my way. Thanks.

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Jason P. Woodbury is a music and pop-culture writer based in Phoenix. He is a regular contributor to the music blog Aquarium Drunkard and co-host of the Transmissions podcast.