Title track from the first of four albums by The Joe Perry Project. It was their most successful and later was recorded by Aerosmith on the Done With Mirrors album
Going back to 1972 for this one, a classic favorite. It is that time of the year!
First introduced in 1975 on the Bongos of Fury album "Muffin Man" is widely considered one of his best compilations and was used many times as a concert finale.
One of the most kick ass versions of Hendrix's "Voodoo Child" you will ever see. The fact that Stevie Ray chose to record and place the Hendrix classic on his Couldn't Stand The Weather album says volumes. Indeed. Stevie Ray cranks here and is a pure joy to watch...AND behold!
Rising out of the San Francisco music scene in 1965, the Flamin Groovies had limited success even after releasing three albums to start. The band went through numerous personnel changes until finally disbanding in 1991. The Flamin Groovies were known for their power pop and also as a forerunner of the punk scene.
"Natural Born Bugie" was Humble Pie's debut single released in 1969. Considered as one of the first British supergroups it featured Steve Marriott on vocals and Peter Frampton on lead guitar. Greg Ridley covered bass and Jerry Shirley on drums. Described as heavy metal by Rolling Stone magazine, Humble Pie had success in the UK as well as in America. Recently located archives have shown the band produced some 30 songs in their first nine months of existence, many of which remain unreleased.
David Bowie and David Gilmour team up to play Pink Floyd "Comfortably Numb" at the Royal Albert Hall in 2007
Neil Young wants to play a new song for the audience but has to find the right harmonica first. The song? "Heart of Gold."
A great live version of "Sweet Jane!"
Performing "Wild Horses" 2004
From Portsmouth, New Hampshire was formed in 2011 by music fans Geoff Palmer and Brad Marino. Here is their single "Checking" from the album Wish You Success.
A band that has known their share of ups and downs the Charlatans UK have persisted over the years with numerous hits and singles. Formed in 1989 the band soldiers on today.
The iconic "Another Brick in the Wall" from Pink Floyd's album The Wall released in 1979. This is the first of three songs set to the same theme. The later songs were banned to some degree in parts of Europe and South Africa. Written by Roger Waters.
"One day you will wake up and this life will be over." From Sturgill Simpson's third album A Sailor's Guide To Earth, Simpson has demonstrated cross over appeal by having success in country and rock formats.
"When Love Comes To Town" is U2's 12th track from Rattle and Hum. Released in 1989 and recorded in the historic Sun City Studios in Memphis, Tennessee. It reached #2 in the US.
Released in 1969 and featured in numerous films, TV shows, and commercials. One of the most widely covered songs.
Released in 2001 from New Order's 7th album- "Get Ready." One of the band's fastest and most guitar orientated singles.
Released from the posthumous album- "Both Sides of the Sky" which features "Lover Man" previously unreleased. It was recorded at New York's Record Plant in December 1969.
"Vasoline" is the 2nd single from Stone Temple Pilots 2nd album- "Purple". The odd sounding intro comes from running the bass guitar through a wah=wah pedal.
Joe Bonamassa continues to push the barriers of blues-rock with his 13th album- Redemption- just released September 21, 2018. "Evil Mama" is the first featured track from the album.