When you are a fan of a band when you meet them there are expectations that they are a nice person and your experience with them will be something to remember. That has been my experience with The Little River Band.
Released in 1979, this ode to an unnamed DJ was a monster hit for London born singer-songwriter Charlie Dore in 1980 reaching #13 on the US Billboard chart; unsurprisingly it also received heavy airplay in the UK, although it didn't do nearly as well.
In a previous episode, I talked about building your own R&R library with Last Train to Memphis, a great book about Elvis Presley's early years. In this edition, we'll move on to the 60's with a book on Roy Orbison entitled Dark Star. I combine the book with my
Joel wrote this song about his first wife, Elizabeth. A pure expression of unconditional love, he gave it to her as a birthday present. Sadly, after nine years of marriage, Joel and Elizabeth divorced in 1982.
The drummer for the band, Harold brown tells us about the song. The lines "Take a little trip" and "Rides a little higher" led many listeners to believe this song was about drugs, but Brown tells a different story:
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