Song Quiz from Craig Looney’s Looney’s Tunes live show on July11, 2021 Show #139
*The artist and lead singer of this band did a 1965 classic that was inspired by a pair of sisters he met at a summer camp where he was a counselor. The song was fantasy as neither sister had any interest in him, even though he taught himself the autoharp in an attempt to impress them. The song title...a question about choosing between the two. Name the artist, the band and the song...
*Jack Bruce of the band Cream wrote this song and actually recorded it for a solo album he did after Cream broke up in 1969. The producer for that album was the lead singer of a great band who then took the song and recorded it with his band a year later, a year after they played the track at the Woodstock Music Festival in 1969. Name the song, the producer and his band that recorded the song...
*Think back to 1978...If you were into the music of that year, chances are you know this track and perhaps it even conjures up memories of the summer of that year. The video for the song did and has more than 5,000,000 views. The title of the track contains the name of a thoroughfare that trips off the tongue easily while singing along. Name the song and if you name it properly, you know the artist...
*Neil Young more or less admits to raiding a band to form the group he formed and played with to record a number of huge hits. He knows he left a trail of musical destruction, but he's quite proud of the result of his band that had some outstanding hits in the late 60's, early 70's. He went on to say that his band was, 'the American Rolling Stones'. Name the band and real extra credit for the name of the band he broke up to create them....
Battle Of The Bands!
Superstition by Stevie Wonder vs Love Letter by Bonnie Raitt
1. John Sebastian, Did You Ever Have to Make up your Mind
2. Theme For An Imaginary Western, Felix Pappalardi, Mountain
3. Baker Street, Gerry Rafferty 4. Crazy Horse, Rocket
The Stevie Wonder won with 52% of votes
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