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Posted on 05/03/2011 5:58:11 PM PDT by Zeneta
Its been a long time gone since those Babylon sisters left me Out on the weekend, Searching for a heart of gold
Me and Bobby McGee ~ Janis Joplin
Father of Mine ~ Everclear
Mirror in the Bathroom- English Beat
I was a big BOC fan growing up.
Funny how you found that.
long time gone Dixie Chicks
Babylon sisters Steely Dan
Everyday I write the book Elvis Costello
let it be Beatles
Wild world Cat Stevens
Me and Bobby Mcgee Janis Joplin
Turn the page Bob Seger
Landslide Fleetwood Mac
One way or another Blondie
like a rolling stone Dylan
Learn to fly Petty
break on through Doors
Video killed the radio star Buggles
Take it to the limit Eagles
Tears in heaven Clapton
Second hand news Fleetwood Mac
American pie McLean
Discipline King Crimson
Steely Dan is an awesome band.
So smooth, technical and very tight.
I shudder, and cringe, and flick the channel, when I hear her screech.
“Gabriel wrote this about his break with Genesis and anticipation of his new challenge as a solo artist. He was inspired after seeing a Bruce Springsteen concert.”
Now, it is just the web, but I can give you multiple sources backing up that the song is about his departure from Genesis to go solo.
One of my all time Favorites.
Peace of mind -- Boston
Back in black -- AC/DC
Its the end of the world as we know it -- REM
Bad company -- Bad company?
Livin' on a prayer -- Bon Jovi
I'm still a guy -- Some country singer (Not old, but who cares)
well done expect “long time gone” from Crosby Stills and Nash is what I had in mind.
“well done expect long time gone from Crosby Stills and Nash is what I had in mind.”
Yea, you’re right...I remember the Chicks’ version
To each there own.
Wild World - Cat Stevens,
I don’t like Monday’s - Boom Town Rats,
One Bourbon,one scotch,one beer - George Thorogood cover,
Some girls - Rolling Stones,
Changes - Bowie,
Wicked Game - Chris Isaac,
Saw them live, sort of, they played a recording for 18,000 plus fans and pretended to play instruments because they couldn't play their stuff live.
“The End” —The Doors
“So limitless and free”
One of the remarkable things about that song “Solsbury Hill” is that it can be interpreted in so many ways. Even the name of the song is intriguing: I read somewhere that “Climbing up Solsbury Hill” was a code phrase used by British military intelligence in the early 1940s for their effort to get the U.S. involved in World War II on their side.
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