I grew up listening to Queen on the radio, but only delved into “A Kind Of Magic” and “Innuendo”. After 6 months of careful thinking, “One Year Of Love” got crowned my favorite love song of all time. That was almost 20 years ago and it is still the reigning champ.
This is neither the first, nor the last time The Beatles will grab the title and/or theme inspiration.
Sex Pistols. Still can’t believe with the size of their legend, they only had one studio album. Although I miss Steve Jones’ “Jonesey’s Jukebox” on the radio. I made an appearance winning OKGo tickets one Los Angeles afternoon.
If you don’t know where I got this title, then you don’t know rock and roll.
It should probably say “Just Another Puzzle Writer Out Of Boston.” Love the band, love the city. I consider both home.
It always seemed like such a quintessential wah-wah classic rocker. Probably because it is. Just watched the Ginger Baker documentary last night. Very interesting man and life. Strongly recommend “Beware Of Mr. Baker.”
I always enjoyed the song “Lay Lady Lay” because even though it was Dylan, it really didn’t sound like him. Not that I mind his voice. He blazed the trail for awesome talents that had less than the best voice in the world. Thanks, Bob.
I have been seeing Phish play live for over 20 years now and I went to Phishfest 8 a few years back. That bootleg got me through this 15-hour Rock And Roll Crossword day I am taking on!
Big Guns And Roses fan and can’t believe I didn’t go to the Use Your Illusion tour. I am really into real crime shows and can’t look at this title without thinking that this one guy killed his woman, then went crying on the news, only for them to catch him. They found “Used To Love Her” played and deleted hours before the murder. For those of you that don’t know, the next line is, “But I had to kill her.”