* This Motown artist had a defining hit in her career with this track in 1964 The song has been covered by many, but her track was re-issued in 1972 with another round of renewed interest. One interesting cover was done in the movie, Sister Act. Name the artist and song...
*Bob Seger's friend, Glenn Frey assisted with an idea for a song that ended up with a guitar joining in on what was previously a piano solo. And, the two of them collaborated on the background vocals. Seger won the 1980 Best Rock Performance by a Duo or a Group with Vocal Grammy Award for this song. Name the track...
*This artist wrote his best-known song in 1959 with his friend, Margaret Cobb. He performed it often, but did not record it until 1963. Delbert McClinton played harmonica on the track. During one live performance that also included a little-known (at the time) band, The Beatles, John Lennon was so impressed with the harmonica intro, he asked McClinton how to play it. A harmonica passage on The Beatles' Love Me Do' ensued. But name the song written in 1959 and the artist if you can...
*This band started the decade of the 80's on a low note with a poorly received album, but made a bit of a comeback with their next album a year later. But their next studio album, their 5th, was a monster success, spawning no less than 5 Top 40 singles. Anymore and I might just give it away...who is the group and what was their 1984 album...
Battle Of The Bands!
I Heard It Trough The Grapevine by Marvin Gaye vs I Got You (I Feel Good) by James Brown
1. My Guy, Mary Wells 2. Against The Wind
3. Hey Baby, Bruce Channel 4. The Cars Heartbeat City
Listeners picked James Brown a single vote