*Back in 1972 this very popular song was released by a band that took advantage of the country-rock sound popularized by Poco and Eagles (of course, started by The Byrds). In this song, the guy has driven the gal (whose name is the title of the song) off by trying to control her...and now...she's with another guy. That's all in the 1st verse. The rest of the song is spent with him trying to get her back. Name the band and song...
*This 1971 song is written from the perspective of a man who is hated and shunned. He's asking for empathy, but is clearly unhinged and seems to have anger issues. The lyrics are based on the group's guitartist who has his own feelings of angst...indicating how lonely it can be to be powerful. Name the band and extra credit for the name of the track...
*Guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi was inspirational counsel to a number of early rock artists in the 60's. He also hosted an American actress and her sister at a time that overlapped this band's stay. While the entire experience inspired any number of songs, this one in particular assisted the sister in recovery from her depression. Name the actress, the band who wrote the song and the title of the song...
*How is it that this track is often played at weddings and anywhere else one wants to demonstrate affection, when the band believes it to be a breakup song? The song was written in a Los Angeles restaurant as the three who wrote it studied women and relationships during the many times spent there. The song became the band's first #1 hit. Name the band and extra credit for the name of the track...
BATTLE OF THE BANDS
Brass In Pocket by Pretenders vs Right Place, Wrong Time by Dr John
1. Pure Prairie League, Amie
2. The Who, Behind Blue Eyes
3. Mia Farrow, Beatles, Dear Prudence
4. Eagles, Best Of My Love
Battle of the Bands : Dr John won with 52% of votes