*The frontman of this great band got drunk a lot and loved to sing the blues at the bands jam sessions, particularly at a nightclub on Topanga Canyon Boulevard in California. That establishment, The Corral burned down in 1986. Name the band, the frontman and song about the place for extra credit...
*This song tells the story of a very popular girl who's the desire of all the young men in a blue-collar neighborhood whenever she returns to it. Timonthy B. Schmitt of Eagles fame made an appearance on this song, singing backup vocals with this great band known for extremely close harmonies. Name the band and extra credit for the song...
*This classic was 1st recorded in 1965 as a slow ballad. In 1967 Stevie Wonder and The Temptations both recorded the song, but Berry Gordy did not like Wonder's upbeat version and shelved it until a year later when finally convinced it was worthy. We'll play a version that is a collaboration by Wonder and a legendary artist from 2006. And it is a slower version. Name the song and real extra credit if you can guess who Wonder recorded it with in 2006...
*The band, Mott The Hoople was a favorite of David Bowie. The band was not selling well and on the verge of breaking up when Bowie offered this song to them to record. They turned it down and eventually accepted another Bowie written song, All The Young Dudes...a huge hit for them. Name the song they turned down that became a rather large hit for Bowie...
Battle Of The Bands!
You Can Call Me Al by Paul Simon vs How Sweet it is (To Be Loved By You) by James Taylor
1. The Doors, Jim Morrison, Roadhouse Blues 2. Steely Dan, Josie
3. For Once in My Life, Tony Bennett 4. Suffragette City
Listeners picked James Taylor with 58% of the votes