* Said this artist of one of his most famous tracks..."It was interesting as I was becoming a Christian at that time and we never thought a thing about it. We never thought that doing something semi-religious was any big deal. We didn't think of it as being politically incorrect or anything like that...we just did what felt right" The year was 1968...Any guesses as to the artist and the quite popular song?
*A two-part track with two distinct sections bridging them will play today. The second part was originally written for Buffalo Springfield and appeared on their 1968 album. With both parts merged, this song became the opening track of a most significant album in 1970. Lots to guess here...The band, the album and extra credit if you know who wrote the 2nd merged part for Buffalo Springfield...
*We are going to play the most negative song ever recorded as the word 'no' appears 100 times and 'nobody' gets sung 46 times. Name the bar band from Youngstown, Ohio that sang it and the song.
*Yacht rockers will delight as we play a track with a mellow 70's vibe that has specific references to sailing. Yacht rock became a quite popular genre in America in the decade of the 2000's and it helped revive the music of this band. Name the band and the track
Battle Of The Bands!
Gloria by Van Morrison vs Roll with It by Steve Winwood
1. Tommy James & The Shondells Crystal Blue Persuasion 2. Carry On, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Déjà Vu, Stephen Stills 3. Human Beinz, Nobody But Me
4. Little River Band, Cool Change
Listeners picked Steve Winwood with 53% of the votes