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  1. My guess would be SWV (Sisters With Voices) but they've released a few albums.
  2. Funky Grooves: Funk & Soul Gems Check it out for tons of awesome tracks.
  3. "Kiss on My List (previously unreleased mix)" by Hall & Oates. It's a good mix too.
  4. I've heard a somewhat different reason but could be just a variation of previous post. Some shows have a separate 'sound man' (not just the people/setup we usually see) and off to the side. They make sure the monitors are bounced correctly to the drummer. However, there are times (especially in louder settings) the sound will 'bleed' into the drum mics and play havoc with the main soundboard. Hence, the encloser (and drummer probably relies on earbuds as monitor).
  5. The only singer I purposely boycott (because I have many of his tracks on various artists compilations) is Gary Glitter.
  6. Booker T. & the MG's = Stax
  7. Top 10 Things you can easily identify on specific musician artists. 10. ZZ Top's beards 9. Frank Zappa's moustache and goatee. 8. Patty Smith's armpits. 7. Roger Daltrey's seemingly immortal body 6. Gene Simmons' long and grostesque tongue 5. Bill Haley's spit curl (glad that didn't catch on ...) 4. Amy Winehouse's beehive hairdo, and all-over track marks. 3. Elvis' sideburns. 2. Alice Cooper's black mascara 1.
  8. Album Titles with 5 or more words (a, and, the, etc. count as single words) A B C D E From the Screen to Your Stereo - New Found Glory G H Into the Great Wide Open - Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers J K L M N O P Q R S This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About ~ Modest Mouse U V W X Y Z
  9. If you know Wonderwall, then you'll easily figure out Alice in Chain's "Nutshell."
  10. "Silver Dollar Forger" by Nazareth "Action" by Sweet
  11. 1) Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad - Meat Loaf (1977) 2) Crystal Blue Persuasion - Tommy James and The Shondells (1969) 3) Got To Get You Into My Life - The Beatles (1966) 4) Sugar, Sugar - The Archies (1969) 5) Daughter - Pearl Jam (1993) 6) Beast Of Burden - Rolling Stones (1978) 7) Walk Away - James Gang (1971) 8) 2,000 Light Years From Home - The Rolling Stones (1967) 9) Draggin' The Line - Tommy James (1971) 10) Girl - The Beatles (1965)
  12. Songs with more than six verses American Pie - Don McLean Ball of Kerrymuir, The - Jim Croce and others. Codine - Donovan Desolation Row - Bob Dylan Eve of Destruction - Barry McGuire F Gotta Serve Somebody - Bob Dylan Hurricane - Bob Dylan If You're Happy and You Know It... - Popular Jigsaw Puzzle - The Stones K Like a Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan) M Ninety-Nine Bottles of Beer on the Wall O Positively 4th (or 10th) Street - Bob Dylan Q R Sugar Magnolia - Grateful Dead This Old Man (He Played One... wait, maybe its called "Knick Knack Paddywhack") Universal Soldier - Buffy St. Marie V Wooden Ships - Crosby, Stills & Nash X You Can't Always Get What You Want - The Stones Z
  13. 1) Day By Day - Godspell (Cast) (1971) 2) Outshined - Soundgarden (1991) 3) Toast And Marmalade For Tea - Tin Tin (1970) 4) Everlasting Love - Carl Carlton (1974) 5) Another Park, Another Sunday - Doobie Brothers (1974) 6) Runnin' With The Devil - Van Halen (1978) 7) Wizard, The - Uriah Heep (1972) 8) Is She Really Going Out With Him - Joe Jackson (1978) 9) Rock And Roll Heart - Lou Reed (1976) 10) Sir Psycho Sexy - Red Hot Chili Peppers (1991)
  14. Songs with more than six verses American Pie - Don McLean Ball of Kerrymuir, The - Jim Croce and others. C Desolation Row - Bob Dylan E F G Hurricane - Bob Dylan I J K Like a Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan) M N O P Q R Sugar Magnolia - Grateful Dead This Old Man (He Played One... wait, maybe its called "Knick Knack Paddywhack") U V W X Y Z
  15. 1) Got To Get You Into My Life - The Beatles 2) Plush - Stone Temple Pilots 3) I Think We're Alone Now - Tommy James & The Shondells 4) Don't Stop Believin' - Journey 5) Rock and Roll All Nite - KISS 6) Aeroplane - Red Hot Chili Peppers 7) Sooner or Later - The Grass Roots 8) Ben - Michael Jackson 9) Hawaii Five - O - The Ventures 10) Love Hurts - Nazareth
  16. "Toast and Marmalade for Tea" by Tin Tin "The Wizard" by Uriah Heep
  17. Top Ten Halloween Treats All Kids Look Forward To: 10) 9) 8) 7) 6) 5) 4) 3) 2) 1)
  18. Top Ten Halloween Treats That The Kids Won't Eat 10. Yogurt (with fruit on the bottom) 9. A small handful of stale Cheeto knockoffs in a clear sandwich baggie. (cheapskates!) 8. A small plastic bag with about ten old pennies in it. 7. Fruit (any kind) 6.Ten year old hard lollies that hurt your teeth 5. Cough drops 4. Trident sugarless bubblegum 3. Eye of newt 2. Spam 1. Homemade popcorn in a big
  19. Loc: Wahiawa, HI Reg: 01-20-04 10-29-09 10:36 PM - Post#589744 In response to BlueAngel Songs with more than six verses American Pie - Don McLean Ball of Kerrymuir, The - Jim Croce and others. C D E F G Hurricane - Bob Dylan I J K Like a Rolling Stone (Bob Dylan) M N O P Q R Sugar Magnolia - Grateful Dead T U V W X Y Z
  20. 1) I Like To Rock - April Wine (1979) 2) In The Dark - Billy Squier (1981) 3) Never Been Any Reason - Head East (1974) 4) Sausalito Summernight - Diesel (1981) 5) Something About Us (Love Theme to Insterstella 5555) - Daft Punk (2003) 6) House Is Rockin', The - Stevie Ray Vaughan (1989) 7) Spooky - Classics IV (1968) 8) One Man Band - Three Dog Night (1970) 9) Leave - Glen Hansard & Marketa Irglova (2007) 10) Ghost Town - The Specials (1981)
  21. 'Return to Forever' is good. If you're more into the guitar, 'Al Di Meola' is pretty good too. His first four albums would be my only recommendation. Oh, but yet I like his "Soaring Through a Dream" album from '85 but a bit of a different beast from his earlier material. As for 'Herbie Hancock', I prefer "Empyrean Isles" from '64 but its hard bop and not fusion like the other bands mentioned in thread. I'm surprised nobody mentioned 'Mahavishnu Orchestra'. That was John McLaughlin's vehicle which also included Jan Hammer and Narada Michael Walden among others. "The Inner Mounting Flame" and "Between Nothingness & Eternity" would be my suggestions. Many prefer "Birds of Fire" but its all a matter of preference. 'Weather Report' - "Black Market" from '76. However, its not like their earlier works and also noted (though I don't think was every substantiated aka just hearsay) that jazz purists digressed. Then there's 'Soft Machine' - Holdsworth was in the band for a bit (the 70s). "Bundles" from '75 is pretty good but more of jazz-rock. Anyway, others have already been suggested and I'm having a big brain fart at moment lol. Oh, for Jeff Back, go with "Wired."
  22. First one has crappy audio "Sausalito Summernight" by Diesel And for the second, gotta love Canadian classic hard rock (again, a bit of crappy audio) - "I Like to Rock" by April Wine
  23. Song titles that are not in the lyrics Annie's Song-John Denver Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen C Dorothy Louise - Kalapana E F G H I J Key West Intermezzo (John Mellencamp) L M N O Positively 4th Street--Bob Dylan Q Rainy Day Women #12 And #35 - Bob Dylan Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana T U V W X Y Z
  24. "Talk of the Town" by Damone. And, when the Phillies won the pennant, "Top of the World" by Van Halen could be heard playing in the background. Its still been stuck in my head and now I'm playing it once again.
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