* This Springsteen track was briefly considered as the title of the album on which it appears, but it didn't make it in the end. The song's title came from a 1973 movie of the same name starring Martin Sheen and Sissy Spacek.
The Boss never saw the movie, but got the name from a poster he saw for it. Name the song.
*The great Eric Clapton covered a song by this notable artist who first recorded the track in 1980. Clapton almost felt that to do the song, he would be in vocal competition with said artist, something of which he was quite uncomfortable. Accompanied by the 5-man version of the group, The Impressions, this track became quite vocally pleasing and acceptable to Clapton. Name the artist Clapton covered and extra credit if you know the song
*A song written by 1/2 of this famous musical duo back in 1965 was the 1st single released from their album that same year. It sold well over 1 million copies and was #1 in the US, Canada and the UK. 20 years later, Chrissie Hynde with reggae/pop band, UB40 recorded a cover version. Name the original artists and the track.
*This song made its public debut in the musical 'Hair' in 1967. It was recorded in 1968 by a female artist who played the role of Sheila on the stage version of the play. Three Dog Night covered the track the next year.
Name the song...
Battle Of The Bands!
Mandolin Wind by Rod Stewart vs Higher Love by Steve Windwood
1. Badlands 2. Stevie Wonder, I Ain’t Gonna Stand For It
3. Sonny and Cher, I Got You Babe 4. Easy To Be Hard
Listeners picked Steve Windwood with 53% of votes