*This song came out after the band had broken up and Eric Clapton was already working with his new group, Blind Faith. The lyrics are not intended to make sense as they were taken from overheard drunken conversations between Beatles, George Harrison and Ringo Starr. Name the band and extra credit for the song...
*After being nominated for Grammy Awards in 4 different categories for her 1989 album, this artist went on a creative retreat in Northern California to begin work on her next album. She had given up drinking and wanted to prove to herself that she still had great music in her. The retreat obviously worked! Name the artist...
*This song has a line that is often associated with smoking marijuana, although the writer insists it isn't, stating I have never and never will write a 'drug song'. It is more about trials of relationships with women and perhaps even a Biblical meaning. To those hanging on to the drug thing, the artist says they might want to become familiar with the Book of Acts in the Bible. Name the artist and name the song (titled from a result of a woman and her daughter coming into the studio from the rain)...
*Two songwriting members of this great band wrote this song for their respective daughters. It was a reminder of how crushing and all-encompassing peer pressure is...Do other people like them? Are they cool? Do they have the right clothes, or phone or anything else? Name the band, the 2 writers and extra credit for the song...
Battle Of The Bands!
Hitch A Ride by Boston vs I Know You’re Out There Somewhere by The Moody Blues
1. Cream, Badge 2. Bonnie Raitt (played Come To Me)
3. Bob Dylan, Rainy Day Women #12 and #35
4. Eagles, Don Henley & Glenn Frey, Fast Company
Listeners picked The Moody Blues with 56% of the votes