Would you like to take ?
The time and rate these songs?
1.Fire And Water: Free: Paul Rogers is hurtin' bad, mama, and he's just gotta get it off his [very hairy] chest.Kossoff makes his guitar cry like a true pro. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKvllT4I9w0
2.Pulp Fiction: Alex Reece: Simple yet lethally effective, Pulp Fiction's warping bassline and minimalist structure were like nothing before or since, shifting away from chopped breakbeats into two-step patterns. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZNO7-OYLI9U
3.Mr. Pharmacist:The Fall: Following the punk-rock belief of singing what you know about, Mark E Smith and The Fall carried out years of chemical research, one way and another to prepare them spiritually and mentally for their own manic take on The Other Half's psychedelic garage-rock triumph. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=56dxJjXbnjg
4.Motorbinkin': Dee Dee Ramone: The original lacks the guts of Dee Dee's version, to which Chris Spedding [who wrote the song and took it to the charts back in 1977] chips in guitar skills and studio expertise.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xaBUdpJVnkU
5.Climbing To The Moon: Eels: Heartbreaking centrepiece of E's best record perhaps written from the perspective of his late mentally ill sister. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kcMjOMfnnlE
6.Three Button Hand Me Down: The Faces: Organ, slide guitar, four-to-the-floor rhythms and a terrific tune [pinched from "Can't Get Next To You"]. The shape of things to come. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WeZ4FMIVqto
7.Christine's Tune: Flying Burrito Brothers: Gram Parson's wood-warm voice makes the Burrito Brothers' Christine appear lovable, even if the lyrics make her out to be the devil in disguise. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BITiY8M_oDo
8.Do You Realise?: Flaming Lips: Hypnotic modern psychedelia that makes you wish for a constitution to take all those hallucinogens. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5zYOKFjpm9s
9.Die With Your Boots On: Iron Maiden: This is a real fist-pumping, crowd-pleasing do-or-die anthem with a cracking singalong chorus. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JhBw80Y54gg
10.Queen Of Eyes: Soft Boys: Chimey whimsy from the master of such stuff, Robyn Hitchcock leads his young neo-psychedelics through a glass, brightly. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I55t3-Q4aLo
A little trivia.
1.What rock 'n' roll singer is memorialized by a eight-foot bronze statue in Lubbock, Texas?
2.What Pink Floyd Song was banned by the South African government after t became an anthem for black school children?
3.What were the two most popular rock operas of 1969?
4.What legendary soul singer wrecked his Corvette the first time he drove it?
5.What Beatles single lasted longest on the charts, at 19 weeks?
Hope you all enjoy and have fun.
thank you Lord Frieza your knowledge is just as good as the next guy.
I believe I know most of your answers, as I have some of them questions, so I'll answer anyways.
1. What trumpeter became the oldest person ever to score a chart-topping single, in 1964? Louie Armstrong one of my dad's favorite people.
2. What rock star was trying to bite the head off a bat in concert when the bat decided to bite back? could it be Ozzy
3. What band is named after a scuplture in Seattle that hums in the wind? this is called cheating on my part I used this question not to long ago. Soundgarden.
thank you and take care
thank you for your answer captain futility, always enjoy your answers.
And for the Lord, It as to be Deep Purple In Rock, And was not Ian Lord part of that band?
take care you both
thank you again mike for such an informitive answer.
thank you for taking the time to answer Amy, what I write about the songs, is only part of what I write about them, sorry I can't take all the credit.
2.Another Brick In The Wall
3.Hair and Tommy
- 狼 Lord Frieza 雨Lv 79 years agoFavorite Answer
DUDE!! My fingers are simply ITCHING to answer this but I'm just not qualified to give a solid opinion on these genres.... Anyway I'll answer the trivia.
1. Buddy Holly guess someone here should REALLY know it ^^
2. Soooo easy *Another Brick in the Wall*
3. Hair and Tommy
4. hahahaha Ray Charles. The moron :P
5. Hey Jude
*** Here is one for YOU, for a change ~
1. What trumpeter became the oldest person ever to score a chart-topping single, in 1964?
2. What rock star was trying to bite the head off a bat in concert when the bat decided to bite back?
3. What band is named after a scuplture in Seattle that hums in the wind?
* whoops I got caught. Here's an original one then~!!
Which album's cover is inspired by a certain mountain near Keystone, South Dakota?
** This is the last time I'm gonna make a question. You just love doing this aren't ya?
Oh well, his name Jon Lord buddy. Caught ya on that one ;DSource(s): Hope I didn't ruin it with my mesmerizing intelligence :D
- 9 years ago
On this one you went for the lesser known songs. I like that.
1 - Fire and water - Paul Rogers was much better with Free than he was with Bad Company - (not so commercial) - This is a great song and gets an 8.
2 - Pulp Fiction - It's OK but I would rate it only average so it gets a 5.
3 - Mr Pharmacist - A very good song but not great - I give it a 7.
4 - Motorbikin - Dee Dee wasn't as strong on this one but it's still cool so I give it a 6.
5 - Climbing - I didn't know this one but I loved it - a solid 9.
6 - 3 Button Hand Me Down - Any Faces song will get at least a 7 out of me and I love this one so it gets a 9.5.
7 - Christine's Tune - The Flying Burritoes pretty much invented Country Rock and this song is a masterpiece of the genre. I'm not a big fan of Country Rock but this one still gets a 10 for being one of the best Country Rock songs ever.
8 - Do You Realize - Karla would be proud of you on this one. LOL - These guys are so cool it is shame to give them anything less than a 6 so this one gets a 6.5.
9 - Iron Maiden RULES - LOL - what can I say these guys along with Sabbath and Judas Priest brought Metal to the masses. This is one of my favorites of theirs - a solid 8.
10 - Queen of Eyes - I didn't know this one and I haven't been able to get into it after one listen. After the first listen it gets a 4 but it might grow on me.
1 - Buddy Holly
2 - Another Brick In The Wall
3 - Tommy and Jesus Christ Superstar
4 - No idea. LOL
5 - Can't Buy Me Love had the largest advance order in music history (at the time) but I think the longest on the Charts was Yesterday.
- AmyLv 69 years ago
1.Fire And Water: 8/10.
2.Pulp Fiction: 6/10.
Pretty cool, even if somewhat monotonous.
3.Mr. Pharmacist: 6/10.
It's a catchy track, but the lyrics are a little uninspiring.
Would rate higher, if only the subject was more appealing to me.
5.Climbing To The Moon: 7.5/10.
A song with real feeling. Would reaaly hit the spot when in the mood for it.
7.Christine's Tune: 8/10.
It's a fun tune, love it.
8. Do You Realise? 9/10.
A quality song.
9.Die With Your Boots On: 6.5/10.
Pumps along that, but doesn't do much for me besides.
10.Queen Of Eyes: 7/10.
Another fun song that one.
I did have fun, but I suck at your trivia section :(
Btw, were they your own reviews of those songs? Very interesting.
- sunkenshipLv 79 years ago
1. 8 - i once went to a reading by paul's dad...
2. 3 - unimpressed
3. 8 - innovation unlimited
4. 7 - definitely more hell's angels than chris's version
5. 8 - lovely
6. 7 - the commonest riff ever?
7. 8 - twangalang
8. 5 - i realized that i don't rate the flips
9. 7 - sounds like iron maiden
0. 9 - my favourite of today
phew, dave, i'm exhausted after that whistle-stop tour through 40 years of rock...
1. buddy holly
2. another brick in the wall, part 1
3. tommy and jesus christ, superstar?
4. marvin gaye?
5. hey jude?
good questions, frieza. shame that dave asked one of them yesterday...
edit2: even i know that one. far too easy for mr v