*This artist struck musical gold once again with the help of the accompanying video, that brought back some of the same characters/models/dancers from the previous hit (and video). This song won the 1988 Grammy Award for Best Rock Vocal Performance. The song is about an enticing woman who gets whatever she wants from her man. Name the artist and the song...
*This popular track takes us through a phone call where the singer breaks up with a girl. They have 'the talk' where he hashes out why they can't be together and lets her know that she should have her freedom. We hear one side of the phone call, which starts out with a familiar greeting, indicating they've been together a while.
It was the first big hit for the artist. Name the musician and the song...
*This San Francisco band released 8 studio albums between 1973 and 1983 and had at least 5 singles chart really well on Billboard. Many thought the name of the band was the name of one of the members of the band. Was that the case? Name the band...
*We'll enjoy a kind of heartache country ballad full of the loneliness that comes after a breakup....but as the song tries to imply...time heals all wounds...except in some cases...this being one of those cases. The track was included on the soundtrack of a 1978 documentary directed by Martin Scorsese...named after the group's 1976 concert. Name the group and the name of the documentary for extra credit...
Battle Of The Bands!
Right Place Wrong Time by Dr. John vs If I Had a Hammer by Neville Brothers
1. Robert Palmer, Simply Irresistible 2. Todd Rundgren, Hello It’s Me
3. Pablo Cruise, No, Pablo is common Spanish name and Cruise was their lifestyle
4. The Band, The Last Waltz, It Makes No Difference
Listeners picked Dr. John with a comfortable margin of 57% of the votes