* Phil Collins recorded a demo of this track for 2 purposes...one to share with Stephen Bishop (remember the song On And On) so that Bishop would have an idea for recording it himself...and two...for the soundtrack of the movie Buster. He eventually found out that the film used the demo recording and decided to record it himself as he accepted a starring role in the movie. Name the song.
*This band was not the first group to use a horn section, but they were the first to fuse it with rock, jazz and some blues thrown in for good measure. They practiced in a loft on Bleeker Street in New York's Greenwich Village, as crowds gathered and cheered them on any time they did practice. They knew they were on the right track. Name the band
*The title of this track is kind of pure nonsense with a few possible theories on what it meant. Was it an expression used as a way of congratulating each other or perhaps it was simply the name of the artist's pet cat. Name the artist and the song.
*This song was written long before climate change became a hot topic, but even in 1970, some ecologically minded songwriters were concerned about Mother Earth. The track is a reflection on mortality, and also a lament for the fate of the Earth. Name the song and band that performs it.
Battle Of The Bands!
You Can Call Me Al by Paul Simon vs Carolina In My Mind by James Taylor
Listeners picked James Taylor with 52.5% of the votes