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Published Date : 2012-12-20T04:27:48.000Z

Mark Farner - guitar, harmonica, vocals Don Brewer - drums, vocals Mel Schacher - bass "Inside-Looking Out", often written "Inside Looking Out",is a 1966 single by The Animals. It was a substantial hit in their native land, reaching number 12 on the UK Singles Chart, number 21 in Canada, but was at best a minor hit in the United States, reaching number 34 on the U.S. pop singles chart. The song is very loosely based on a work chant entitled "Rosie" collected by musicologist Alan Lomax and released in his album Popular Songbook. In 1969 it was covered by Grand Funk Railroad, who on their album Grand Funk added some marijuana references to the lyrics such as changing the original's "rebirth" to "reefer." A reworking of portions of the song was also recorded by the Austrian band Novak's Kapelle in 1969 as "Hypodermic Needle". It was later covered by doom metal band The Obsessed, released on their 1999 compilation album, Incarnate and again by The Greenhornes on their 2001 self-titled second album. In 2001, Eric Burdon released a live cover on Official Live Bootleg 2000. Dan Auerbach does a live cover on his recent shows. Other covers included by Fringe, Gerry Joe Weise, The Mops, and Layabouts. A sample from the Grand Funk version is embedded in the song "High 5 (Rock The Catskills)" on the Beck album Odelay.

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Published Date : 2012-12-20T04:34:08.000Z

"I'm Your Captain (Closer to Home)" is an epic 1970 song written by American musician Mark Farner and recorded by Grand Funk Railroad as the closing track to their album Closer to Home. Ten minutes in duration, it is the band's longest studio recording. One of the group's best-known songs, it is composed as two distinct but closely related movements. Its title has been rendered in various ways across many different Grand Funk albums, including "I'm Your Captain", "I'm Your Captain/Closer to Home", "Closer to Home/I'm Your Captain", "Closer to Home (I'm Your Captain)", and "Closer to Home".[1] The song conveys the pleas of a captain on a troubled sea voyage and facing a mutiny from his crew. Its use of an orchestra during the long repeated refrains of the closing movement served to differentiate it from much of Grand Funk's work. Several interpretations of the song have been given; most revolve around the Vietnam War, and "I'm Your Captain" is popular among veterans of that conflict. The record was a modest hit single when first released, but achieved greater airplay on progressive rock radio stations. It has become a classic rock staple and has appeared on several audience-selected lists as one of the best rock songs of all time.

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Published Date : 2014-11-08T23:49:22.000Z

"The Sad Bag of Shaky Jake" was a single released in 1969 by English rock band Humble Pie, who were one of the first British supergroups, formed in 1969. The B-side was "Cold Lady" was written by drummer Jerry Shirley in a R&B style and Shirley plays Wurlitzer piano and gutarist Peter Frampton plays the drums.[1] Although released in a number of European countries, including West Germany and the Netherlands, it was not made available in other worldwide territories and is not included on the official list of Immediate Records single releases. The first live performance of this song by the band, was during their appearance at the beginning of the Bilzen Festival in Belgium,on 29 August 1969.[

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Published Date : 2013-04-22T05:07:12.000Z

Pete Way (bass), Andy Parker (drums), Phil Mogg (vocs) and Mr Flying V himself, the German wunder kinder Mr. Michael brother of Rudolf Schenker . Classic influential stuff

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Published Date : 2012-12-07T15:28:56.000Z

Van Halen play Baltimore May 15 2008 . Setlist: 1.You Really Got Me 2.I'm the One 3.Runnin' With the Devil 4.Romeo Delight 5.Somebody Get Me A Doctor 6.Beautiful Girls 7.Dance the Night Away 8.Atomic Punk 9.Everybody Wants Some!! 10.So This Is Love? 11.Mean Street 12.Oh, Pretty Woman 13.Alex Van Halen Drum solo 14.Unchained 15.I'll Wait 16.And The Cradle Will Rock... 17.Hot for Teacher 18.Little Dreamer 19.Little Guitars (Dropped on the 2008 leg) 20.Jamie's Cryin' 21.Ice Cream Man 22.Panama 23.Eddie Van Halen Guitar solo 24.Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love 25.1984 26.Jump

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Published Date : 2012-12-20T03:27:10.000Z

We're An American Band is the seventh studio album by American hard rock band Grand Funk Railroad, credited as Grand Funk. The album was released by Capitol Records on July 15, 1973 (see 1973 in music) and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America a little over a month after its release.[1] Two singles were released from the album. The first single, "We're an American Band", was released on July 2, 1973 and the second, "Walk Like a Man", was released on October 29, 1973.[2] The album cover was originally covered in gold-colored foil on the outside, and the initial run of pressings were pressed in clear, dark-yellow vinyl. The album has been reissued many times and is currently available in the Compact Disc format. A Quadraphonic mix of the album was available in the Quadraphonic 8-Track cartridge format. We're an American Band was the group's first collaboration with producer/engineer Todd Rundgren. Rundgren and the band recorded the album at Criteria Studios in Miami, Florida on June 13--15, 1973. Rundgren would go on to produce the band's next album, Shinin' On, before the band switched to Jimmy Lenner. The album's original issue, as well as of the "We're an American Band" single, was on translucent yellow vinyl, symbolic of a "Gold record." The album labels, above the side numbers, instructed listeners to play "at full volume." It included four stickers (two blue, and two red) with the Grand Funk "Pointing Finger" logo. Emphasizing the shortening of the group's name, largely for legal reasons, the word "Railroad" does not appear anywhere on the album sleeve, liner, or vinyl record.


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