*The title of this song was inspired by 'the oldest profession in the world' from an establishment, The Chicken Ranch in this city in Texas. Apparently, a reporter in Houston ran out of vice and corruption stories in the big city and turned his focus elsewhere, pressuring the governor to order the sheriff to close it. Turned out to be a bad move for the city. Name the town and song and the band that did it...
*This unique Canadian artist had a very different style of playing his guitar as he played it sitting down with the instrument flat on his lap like a piano. He had only one Billboard Top-40 hit. Name the artist and the song
*One of the most influential bands to come out of the 70's, this group essentially created their own genre. They did not allow outside influences to change their artistic output and have been known to apologize for their own recordings that they felt 'sub-par.' Their most successful album came in 1977...title was one word that started with 'A'. We'll go to an album 3 years later...another one-word album starting with the letter 'G'.
Name the band and both albums...
*When asked what 'Mama Pajama' saw that made her so distraught in this song, the artist has said he's not exactly certain, but he assumed it was something sexual. The artist made up a crazy little story for this song and gave the main character the name he did because it sounded like a typical New York neighborhood kid name (from the Queens)...Name the artist, the character and the song...
Battle Of The Bands!
Champagne Jam by Atlanta Rhythm Section vs Call Me The Breeze by Lynard Skynard
1. La Grange, La Grange, ZZ Top 2. Jeff Healy, Angel Eyes
3. Steely Dan, Aja, Gaucho 4. Paul Simon, Julio, Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard
Listeners picked Lynard Skynard with a comfortable margin of 55% of the votes,
on this year’s Pi Day π.