*They say that dogs can hear sounds that humans cannot. The prolific songwriter for this band was always reaching for something, some aural effect, that was imperceptible to all but him. Considered a musical genius, he wrote a song in 1966 that had a title change prior to its release because the artist was skittish about invoking the divine. He was convinced to do it regardless of his initial feelings. He replaced the name 'Fred' with 'God'. Name the band, the songwriter and the song...
*Dave Loggins wrote a ballad that became a top 20 hit for this band back in 1972. Loggins was the first one to record the song, but this band's version was by far, the most successful of the two recordings. Two of the band's members left the recording location in London prior to the completion of the album and this was one of two tracks that did not feature all three of the band's vocalists. Name the band and extra credit for the song title...
*We'll play a track from a great artist who appeared on some of the most acclaimed recordings in music history, including The Spencer Davis Group's, Gimme Some Lovin', George Harrison's All Things Must Pass album, The Rolling Stone's, 'Street Fighting Man and Jimi Hendrix's classic, 'All Along The Watchtower'. We'll play this artist's first charting single from 1970, a song that was also recorded by Delaney & Bonnie a year later. Name the artist and the name of the song...
*Back in 1969, this band carried a name contrary to the entire anti-Vietnam movement. But the band's mission was to spread a message of brotherhood and harmony. Their weapons were their instruments and voices. The title track from their 4th studio album would become their first single and first gold hit. Name the band and extra credit for the song title...
Battle Of The Bands!
Running on Empty by Jackson Browne vs In The City by Joe Walsh (Eagles)
1. Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, God Only Knows
2. Three Dog Night, Pieces Of April
3. Dave Mason, Only You Know And I Know
4. War, All Day Music
Joe Walsh was the winner with a solid 55% of votes