*One of this band's guitarist wrote this track, as he took the title from a 1951 Hank Williams song. He was also the lead singer of the song and described it as mostly autobiographical, telling the story of a guy whose travels take him to many places, and who takes life as it comes. Growing up his father was in construction and the family moved all over Florida further giving credence to the story of this track. Name the band and the song
*The fourth album by this great artist in 1975 didn't continue the personal, confessional vein of previous albums. He used a stellar backup band augmented by such guests as Graham Nash and David Crosby, David Sanborn, Randy Newman and Lowell George. Name the artist.
*This band, before they became the famous group most people know them as, was a backup band for a former NFL football player who was trying to become a soul singer. We'll play a song by them from 1970 with their new lead singer just on board. Name the band and extra credit for the name of the lead singer...
*There is a rumor that this song gets its theme from George Orwell's 1984, which revolves around a dystopian future where citizens are constantly monitored, The group has never supported such a rumor. One they do support is that the basic message of the song is that of somebody dumping a lover, while asserting that they know too well how the reaction will be. Name the band and extra credit for name of the song...
BATTLE OF THE BANDS
Graceland by Paul Simon vs How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You) by James Taylor
1. Allman Brothers, Ramblin’ Man (Dickey Betts Wrote It)
2. James Taylor
3. War, Eric Burdon
4. The Alan Parsons Project, Eye In The Sky
Battle of the Bands : James Taylor won with 53% of votes