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  1. Perhaps "We're Gonna Rock by Dave Edwards and the Look? We're Gonna Rock
  2. Loggins & Messina -- Same Old Wine L & M didn't usually get overtly political, but they did here. Fine song. Roger Hodgson was one of the lead singers of Supertramp, but his solo work was outstanding! -- In Jeopardy And finally, you can hear the Texas in Toby Beau's Westbound Train
  3. Flash and the Pan -- "Hey, St. Peter" Love this song.
  4. It's an outstanding song! And you're right, I would have posted your YouTube because that's the one I've been listening to since August of last year!
  5. I'm surprised I hadn't posted "From a Dry Camel." Good stuff, Lucky!
  6. One of my favorite Captain Beyond songs Dancing Madly Backwards
  7. This was the first song I thought of.
  8. Peter Frampton (with Steve Howe)--I Wanna Go to the Sun
  9. This was my first thought, though I'm surprised it's not older than '95. Perhaps "Life Is a Highway" by Tom Cochrane
  10. Fleshtones--Right Side of a Good Thing Good, fun party music!
  11. Thanks for that. I was originally registered as "umpire" and asked the question. Love the song, but could never find the lyrics. I finally got a copy of the song and transcribed them myself.
  12. We had a lot of shouted responses to "American Pie." Mostly these were about midnight in a bar, so you can imagine the intelligence that went into these responses. * We sang the "lost in space" part like on the old TV show of the same name. * After the line "This'll be the day that I die," we responded "drinking with my dumb-@ss friends." * After the lines" I met a girl who sang the blues/ And I asked her for some happy news/ But she just smiled and turned away," we would respond with "What a B!tch!"
  13. "Mr. Crowley" Ozzy Osbourne "Devil Woman" Cliff Richard "I'm Partial to Your Abracadabra" Ian Dury and the Blockheads
  14. "Magic" by Robin Thicke "You Put a Spell on Me" Various
  15. Paice Ashton Lord--Remember the Good Times Tony Ashton couldn't sing for beans, but Bernie Marsden sounds good, and the funk in this one rocks!
  16. Another that's gets little play: Starz--Cherry Baby
  17. One of the first singles put out by ELO after the name and personnel change from The Move. ELO--10538 Overture
  18. Lucky, I found it when a friend sent me the following link I think you'll enjoy: http://classicsshow.com/ It's a site with short clips of KSHE Classics. It's pretty extensive. he said it might take me years to find the song, but I found it in about 10 seconds.
  19. I finally found it! The song is, oddly enough, "Slipstream," a solo effort by Hollies lead singer Allan Clarke. It's a song on his 1979 album Legendary Heroes. Made it to #70 on the charts. We were together then, But that was long ago. Now I listen to the wind As it cries to me in vain. She's uptown now And moving on again. Caught in a slipstream, Moving to a bad dream. I wasn't ready for the jet lag, The worst trip I ever had.
  20. Won't say it's better, but it is definitely different and gives the song a whole new feel: Jason Mraz--Blitzkrieg Bop (Originally by the Ramones)
  21. Sepia Sister--Shoot Another KSHE Classic.
  22. You can hear this one on KSHE on a Sunday morning. The Prize--The Blend
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