Personally, I've loved this song since the first time I heard it. In fact, when I lived in Boston, I bought a sailboat, and named her Gimme Shelter. I had an artist friend come down to the boat and paint the name on, even the tongue!
I have come to a decision, I owe KISS an apology. The story that is floating around is KISS won't play the Rock N Roll Hall of fame the night of their induction because they can't decide who should play. That made me angry. KISS has maintained that they wanted their new guys and some of the older ones to play and be inducted.
She's Not There has always been one of my all time favs, I think because it has an eerie, spooky touch to it. It was the Zombies first single, and boosted by radio play in New York, the song became a hit in the US. Some of the unique chord changes Rod Argent used
One of the biggest vocal groups of the 70's and 80's were the O'Jays, led by Eddie Levert. Starting out in the late fifties as The Triumphs, and later as the Mascots, they were eventually renamed by their favorite Cleveland DJ Eddie O'Jay. Their greatest a
This is one of Ambrosia's biggest hits. The song is about still being hung up on a woman long after they broke up. Near the end of the song, the singer mentions that he's married and "we're still going strong," but "sometimes when we make love, I can still see your face
The song was written by Styx guitarist Tommy Shaw, who also sang lead on the track. Shaw says that the song came into his head when he was driving to the recording studio, and when he arrived, he quickly had the band record what was in his head so he wouldn't lose it
Like a musical tsunami swallowing everything in sight, San Francisco’s Blue Cheer submerged all of those happy-go-lucky denizens of the Age of Aquarius with the chaotic soundwaves, howling feedback and sheer deafening volume produced by their seismic 1968 debut album, ‘Vincebus Eruptum.’
Michael Jackson says about this song in Moonwalk, "A musician knows hit material. It has to feel right. Everything has to feel in place. It fulfills you and it makes you feel good. You know it when you hear it. That's how I felt about 'Billie Jean.' I knew it was going to be big while I was writing it. I was really absorbed in that song.
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