*Eddie Holland of the famous songwriting team of Holland-Dozier-Holland made the original recording of this song in 1964. Tom Johnston of The Doobie Brothers recalled, I had been a fan of that song since it came out somewhere in the 60's. I just loved that song. His constant lobbying to get the band to perform a cover of the track actually happened in 1975. Name the song
*Gregg Allman played this song on one of Duane's old guitars at Duane's funeral in 1971. Gregg said it was his brother's favorite song he ever wrote. While it was never a big hit in the US...it has endured exceptionally well over time...Name the song
*This artist was an orderly at Colbert County Hospital in the daytime and sang with a local band, The Esquires Combo at night. On one such night, he was so distraught with a broken relationship, he stopped in the middle of a song and asked his band if they could play a slow blues backing...any key, their choice...to which he could sing. After a quick conference, the band started to play and the singer vented for about 6 minutes. The song was later recorded in famous Muscle Shoals, Alabama. Name the artist and the song.
*Women did get the right to vote in England until 1918 and until 1920 in the U.S. The term used to describe the movement became the title of a song by this artist, who wrote it, but actually offered the song to another band, Mott The Hoople...who passed on it. Name the artist and the song
Battle Of The Bands!
Hitch A Ride by Boston vs Eldorado by Electric Light Orchestra
1.Take Me in Your Arms (Rock Me a Little While) 2. Melissa
3. Percy Sledge When A Man Loves A Woman 4. David Bowie Suffragette City
Boston won the Battle with 60% of the votes