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  1. Ian Astbury and Billy Duffy are the relentless and everlasting core. These guys were my lost soul of my late 80s period. They rock far louder, but this down tempo song really resonated with me. The gents player Lisner Auditorium if you can believe it. Brother Wolf and Sister Moon:
  2. Strictly speaking, Eric Burdon was the lead singer of "Eric Burdon and War", not of "War", which existed outside his participation with it. Eric Burdon had no role in "The Cisco Kid", which was recorded by War, on their great album The World Is a Ghetto, which was entirely Burdon-less. Don't get me wrong: I love Eric Burdon, but only for the work he actually did.
  3. Stairway to Heaven, generally acclaimed as one of the great rock and roll songs of all time; a rousing anthem. In this 2012 rendition at the Kennedy Center, we see it performed by Heart. A rousing version. Watch for the Obama's and Yo Yo Ma as they rock out!!!
  4. I have a young friend, 30-something, with whom I've been sharing my old musical loves for the last several years, as an educational exercise. He's been very patient about it. When I sent him off to listen to the song "A Salty Dog" by Procol Harum (1969), with a vocal by Gary Brooker that I've always considered breathtaking, he instantly jumped to talking about the drumming, which was by the late B.J. Wilson. And when I listened to the song again, it struck me that without that gob-smacking drum part, the recording would have been unbearable, pretentious drivel. So listen to Gary Brooker's soaring vocal peformance, with a big orchestra and the rock drumming of B.J. Wilson:
  5. Well, *I* actually understood, and appreciated, your humor, but I one-upped you, and I've never understood why this band made it so big. I'm Your Captain/Closer to Home is a good Grand Funk song. Their other hits...meh.
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