* An artist wrote and originally recorded this track in 1973. The Eagles covered it in 1974 and it obviously got more notoriety as a result. But the man who wrote it really didn't care for the Eagles' version, calling it 'antiseptic'. The writer's reaction was typical as he tried to stay away from the mainstream music scene and is anti-commercialism. Name the artist who wrote and originally recorded the song and extra credit if you know the song...
*Russ Ballard of the band, Argent, wrote a song we'll play by another group that covered the track. Argent first recorded the song for Argent's self-titled debut album, but another famous band also recorded it that same year. Not surprising that the band who covered it...charted much better. Name the band and the song...
*This artist had a girlfriend in the year 1967...Kathy Mary Etchingham was her name. They had an argument about her cooking. and she started throwing pots and pans...then left for a day or two...sulking. When she returned, the artist had written this song for her...she was incredibly flattered. Name the artist and song...
*A song written by Harry Nilsson in 1967 was a mild hit for him and a year later was covered by Glen Campbell. It explains the sadness and melancholy of spending a day without the loved one, when the person has gone from you. The song, ripe for musical experimentation, was then recorded by this great band, horns and all, in 1968. Name the band and the song...
Battle Of The Bands!
Wheel in the Sky by Journey vs Fooling Yourself by Styx
1. Tom Waits, Ol ’55 2. Three Dog Night, Liar 3. Jimi Hendrix, The Wind Cries Mary
4. Blood, Sweat & Tears, Without Her
Listeners picked Styx in a close one with a margin of 51% of the votes,