*Back in 1977, the guitarist for this band wrote a song that was in part a message to his bandmate, who hated touring and often seemed miserable. The seeds of discontent had started to take over the road, but the rest of the band was enjoying the experience. The message...there is great stuff happening, you are so talented...so enjoy it more. Perhaps it was an illusion, but he needed to try to feel what the rest of band was experiencing. Name the band and the song...
*This artist did quite a bit of session work in the '60's while working on his solo material. We'll play his only hit from 1970, as he died in 1974 at the age of 28 after being accidentally shot. The song has an interesting quasi-Jamaican feel with whistling, hand claps and odd percussion. Name the artist and the song...
*This artist was led by huge influences to eventually play with one of the largest artists of all time. His favorite labels in his early days...Motown, Stax and Atlantic. His favorite band...Cream. The band he was in when he first met his collaborating friend was when that band was opening for a number of Blind Faith shows. Name the artist, the band he was in, the artist with whom he finally got to play and record with...and the band they were in together....
Battle Of The Bands!
Love Is A Drug by Roxy Music vs My Town by Michael Stanley Band
1. Styx, Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man) Written by Tommy Shaw for Dennis DeYoung
2. Bobby Bloom, Montego Bay
3. Bobby Whitlock, Delaney and Bonnie, Eric Clapton, Derek and the Dominos
Unsurprisingly Michael Stanley Band was the winner with 59% of the votes