Hold On Loosely is a song about getting too close. Sometimes, when we get too close to a person, it scares them, or puts them on the defensive. Hold On Loosely means stay close, but not so close it's smothering. Give me some spa
The lyrics are a list of events that Joel felt his generation was not responsible for. A lot of the references are to the Cold War (US vs. Russia), a problem his generation inherited. In the liner notes of Piano Man: The Very Best of Billy Joel, Joel explains that he wrote this song after a conversation with John Lennon's son Sean.
Kimberly Rew, who founded Katrina & the Waves, wrote this song. Unfortunately, Katrina & the Waves are considered a one-hit-wonder in the United States (where the band name evoked unfortunate images after the 2005 Hurricane Katrina disaster),
The group wanted a "Junior Walker-style" sax solo for this record. When they took a break from recording, one of the members read in New York newspaper The Village Voice that Walker was performing that night mere blocks from the recording studio.
It's Friday and I hope you're ready for the weekend. Here's your Freaky Fast Friday Favorite Five from this morning. I am a huge Journey fan (among others) and my friend Kelly is a huge fan of them too so I have been talking Journey with her a lot, so I am giving you my favorite 5.
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
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