* The frontman of this great band wrote both the words and music to this song...one that finds him feeling unstoppable...floating around in ecstasy. The song underscores his lifestyle of extremes which unfortunately resulted in his death in 1991. Name the band, the singer/writer and the song if you can...
*We'll dip into a famous trio's 7th album, but it was first attempted to be released with only two of the three artists. The two enlisted Art Garfunkel and Timothy B. Schmit to sing in place of where the third member of the group would normally sing, but the record company was not interested in the product. The duo then became a trio again at the eleventh hour to produce this album. Name the group and the album for extra credit...
*This band would never be considered sex symbols to many nor fashion icons for that matter...but they were pretty darn convincing on this track about how a certain man was irresistible to women. Name this popular track from the 80's and the band that did it...
*We'll share a song by this British band that was written by their leader and was the 3rd single released from their 11th album. He wrote it from the perspective of a person he never knew. Within a small quiet opening of the song, a high-pitched backmasked voice is heard...played in reverse, the voice is actually saying, 'You're playing me backwards.' Good luck on this tough one...but name the band and the song if you can...
Battle Of The Bands!
Against The Wind by Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band vs
Living In The U.S.A. by Steve Miller Band
1. Queen, Freddie Mercury, Don’t Stop Me Now 2. Crosby, Stills & Nash, Daylight Again
3. Z Z Top, Sharp Dressed Man 4. Electric Light Orchestra, Stranger
Listeners picked Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band with a comfortable margin of 55% of the votes,