*The keyboard player of this famous (primarily 80's) band wrote this song about the challenges of being a married man on the road in a rock band...always another show...wondering where he was...lost without her...
This song was a pledge to his 1st wife at the time...something that did not sustain. And this was the band's very first video. Name the band and the song...
*This great band from the late 60's had become stagnant, as a key member was thought to represent 'zero upside' potential with his songwriting skills...always pleasant and catchy little songs. The band wanted more and replaced him with someone who as a teenage wonder, brought so much more potential and a killer voice that took the band to unattained heights prior to their breakup. And his solo career has been pretty successful as well. Name the band, the artist that left and the artist that joined them...
*This outstanding band had an album in 1973 considered to be their landmark achievement with the title track as their signature song...(hint-something that had to do with Southern cuisine if you will). They had just added two members giving them their defining sound. The band stayed together until a breakup in 1979 following the death of their 'frontman' artist. They did, however, get back together for more great music. Name the band and extra credit for the album and title track name.
*In Greek mythology there was a character who was a mortal loved by Zeus. This instrumental was written by the artist that performed it...a track for a girl who was stressed out and on drugs. While touring with Earth, Wind and Fire, he played the song backstage and they suggested he record it. With no words, the guitar solo is most memorable and beautiful. Name the artist and the song for extra credit.
Battle Of The Bands!
Free Man In Paris by Joni Mitchell vs Peace Train by Cat Stevens
1. Journey, Faithfully 2. Traffic, Dave Mason, Steve Winwood
3. Little Feat, Dixie Chicken, On Your Way Down 4. Santana, Europa