*If you didn't know it, the hardest working man in show business, James Brown, was also an accomplished producer. He produced and recorded a song for Yvonne Fair, one of his backup singers in 1962. And just 2 years later, he changed the title and tune a bit and recorded a classic, iconic version himself. What was the song?
*This great American duo struggled with their newfound fame back in the 80's, as they preferred privacy and more or less being "the strangers at any party". And these feelings came with a sense of alienation as they played to the masses. By 1983, they were darlings of MTV and 5, #1 hits to their credit. The song we'll play is their motivation for keeping their core identity with the masses wanting more. Name the artists and the song.
*A great 60's-70's band released a great, very popular song of theirs that told the tale of a government agent and a femme fatale. It also contains one of the classic indecipherable lyrics in rock history....Who was the band and what was the song? (Hint...had something to do with being 5'9")
*This band gave us a very cool collection of songs in their 1979 album. One song is about a guy who thinks he's really cool, but it seems that he's the only one who thinks that. Implied is the fact that our hero avoids getting home because when he's on the road, he has more moments of being alone with his dreams...where he is a superstar...Name the band and the song
Battle Of The Bands!
Cold by Annie Lennox vs Show Me by The Pretenders
1.I Got You (I Feel Good) 2. Say It Isn’t So by Hall & Oates
3. Long Cool Woman (In a Black Dress) by The Hollies 4. Take the Long Way Home by Supertramp
The Battle Ended Up in Our First Tie with the Largest Vote Total Yet