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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by ndcaster, Oct 29, 2018.
favorite deep cuts? here's my favorite one from Zeppelin
makes me want to do some things over again
Fave Springsteen deep cuts
I'm not familiar with this term.. so here's PP arnold with some help
it means "a track that never got airplay but is known to fans who actually listened to whole albums"
When the Wash. DC area Classic Rock station, WCXR ( long gone) first came out in the late '80's or early '90's- they really played a ( great!) broad/rich selection of '60's and '70's rock, with plenty of ' deep cuts' that weren't just featured or isolated as such, they just played it all! Pop, psychedelic, Rock, R&R, Stax, Motown, AOR...
Sorry, a LONG way to say this Steppenwolf song was in rotation!
Ah - thank you for the info - that's a new one for me !
Great selection on the Townshend/Lane collaboration "Rough Mix"! Great overlooked album.
Genesis "Supper's Ready".
Did you ever notice that "State Trooper" and "Open All Night" share certain lyrics? I wonder if they're supposed to be a play on a theme, because the main character isn't of the same "frame of mind."
In "Open All Night," the music and the character seem excited to get on the road and see his "baby," while in "State Trooper" things get...DARK!
I have always been partial to "Shine on You Crazy Diamond, Parts 6-9."
Yeah, those two songs are different chapters from the same book