Song Quiz from Craig Looney’s Looney’s Tunes live show on November 7, 2021 Show #155
*This track tells of an argument between two men (one blind) on 'an East Virginia farm'. After a while, their argument leads to death because the two men did not follow the golden rule as stated in the lyrics (but in different words). it is the only track off this this great 1970 album where there have been no known live performances and there have been plenty of opportunities. Name the artist and extra credit for the name of the song and the album...
*The subject of this great 1979 track is about a guy who thinks he's really cool, but it seems that he is the only one who thinks that. This implies that the hero avoids ever coming off the road so he has more moments of being alone with his dreams...where he is a superstar. It's really a plea to change the route home. Name the band and the song...
*We'll play a track that is one of this band's lesser-known songs, but a favorite among their hard-core fans. The leader of this popular band also produced albums for an elite cast of artists and also recorded with some of them in a Supergroup. A one-word title, promoting color in flight that is seen fairly regularly here in Big Canoe...Name the band, the artist and extra credit for the name of the track...
*This track was written by the performer that provided him his biggest hit as a solo artist. He wrote it though, for Kim Carnes and there is so much more to this story that will be shared later today...
Due to these (to be mentioned) circumstances, he recorded and released this classic in 1981. The only reason this #2 smash did not rise to #1...first class irony...Name the artist, the song and all kinds of extra credit...
Battle Of The Bands!
Call Me The Breeze by Lynyrd Skynyrd vs Heard It in a Love Song by Marshall Tucker Band
1. Elton John, Son of your Father, Tumbleweed Connection
2. Supertramp, Take The Long Way Home 3. Electric Light Orchestra, Bluebird
4. Smokey Robinson, Being with You, Never mad #1 because Kim Carnes run of #1 hit Betty Davis Eyes
Marshall Tucker Band, who played 2nd, was the winner with 55% of the votes
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