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I'm travelin' down the road and I'm flirtin' With Disaster

20 Mar 2017 22:11


Song: Flirtin' With Disaster (1979)

Artist: Molly Hatchet

Writers: Dave Lawrence Hludeck, Danny Joe Brown, Banner Harvey Thomas

Album: Flirtin' With Disaster (Epic)

Flirtin' With Disaster by Molly Hatchet is often listed as one of the best country rock or Southern rock songs of all time, along with such classics as Can't You See by Marshall Tucker Band and Sweet Home Alabama by Lynyrd Skynyrd. This is no mean feat being that Molly Hatchet is also lists made by heavy metal fans. The band members themselves certainly looked like they belonged in a heavy metal band, perhaps a British one. And three of them were lead guitarists. Their first album, Molly Hatchet, was a platinum seller….

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Evil Woman: Who Recorded It Before Black Sabbath?

17 Mar 2017 22:13


Song: Evil Woman Don't Play Your Games With Me (1969)

Artist: Crow

Writers: Larry Wiegand, Dick Wiegand, Dave Wagner

Album: Crow Music

Most people probably know the song, Evil Woman Don't Play Your Games With Me from the cover done by Black Sabbath, under the song name Evil Woman. The original, however, was released by the band Crow, out of Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1969….

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No Sugar Tonight In My Coffee

12 Mar 2017 00:20


Song: No Sugar Tonight (1970)

Artist: The Guess Who

Album: American Woman

Writer: Randy Bachman

No Sugar Tonight was released as a B-side for the Guess Who's single, American Woman, perhaps their best-known song. The single hit number one on the week of May 9, 1970, becoming their biggest hit. Originally, however, No Sugar Tonight was meant to be released with another song….

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La Grange: ZZ Top

18 Nov 2016 01:08


Song: La Grange (1973)

Artist: ZZ Top

Album: Tres Hombres

What's the most covered ZZ Top song? La Grange. What ZZ Top Song is most often played on the radio? La Grange.

Released in 1973 on the album, Tres Hombres, the song also has the most interesting history, although it was not originally a big hit, going only to no. 41 on the Billboard Chart….

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Soulshine by Allman Brothers Band

01 Aug 2016 00:44


Song: Soulshine (1994)

Artist: Allman Brothers Band

Album: Where It All Begins

Soulshine is actually the song I think about when I think of the Allman Brothers Band. But, not even the songwriter himself, Warren Haynes, who joined the band in 1989 after they reunited, originally thought of it as an Allman Brothers song. But when Greg Allman sang it, his soulful voice sealed the deal….

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