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Posted on May 22, 2012 3:54:05 PM PDT
znodog says:
CLUTCH

Neil Fallon - vocals, guitar, keyboards
Tim Sult - guitar
Dan Maines - bass
Jean-Paul Gaster - drums

A Shogun Named Marcus
Binge and Purge
Escape from the Prison Planet
I Have the Body of John Wilkes Booth
Pile Driver
High Caliber Consecrator
The Elephant Riders
Green Buckets
The Dragonfly
Big Fat Pig
Gnome Enthusiast
Swamp Boat Upside Down
Release the Kraken
American Sleep
Pure Rock Fury
Drink to the Dead
Slow Hole to China
Guild of Mute Assassins
Profits of Doom
Worm Drink
Mice and Gods
Circus Maximus
Nero's Fiddle
Bacchanal
Bottoms Up, Socrates
White's Ferry
Child of the City
Opossum Minister
Motherless Child
50,000 Unstoppable Watts
Minotaur
Algo Ha Cambiado

In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2012 3:54:12 PM PDT
Great News for Mrs. Stoney, glad she got a cool clean bill of heath...big cause for celebration....

In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2012 3:55:41 PM PDT
Pat Mahiney says:
Rand, Re:Your top 40 R&B tunes?

Motown....and not necessarily mine.

In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2012 3:56:28 PM PDT
Karen

I know, I got hyped and impatient. Sorry....

I didn't mean that we had to kick it into overdrive, but then I tried to keep up with Whizzer, and I might as well have tried to keep up with Carl Lewis on the cinder track! Whizzer lapped me about 20 times, but I still thought it was fun.

Posted on May 22, 2012 3:56:29 PM PDT
Pat Mahiney says:
1. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On - Jerry Lee Lewis
2. Mystery Train - Elvis, Scotty & Bill
3. Good Rockin' Tonight - Elvis, Scotty & Bill
4. Blue Suede Shoes - Carl Perkins
5. Milkcow Blues Boogie - Elvis Presley
6. Red Hot - Billy Riley & the Little Green Men
7. Lonely Weekends - Charlie Rich
8. Dixie Fried - Carl Perkins
9. Great Balls of Fire - Jerry Lee Lewis
10. Flyin' Saucers Rock & Roll - Billy Riley & the Little Green Men
11. That's All Right - Elvis Presley
12. Just Walkin' in the Rain - Prisonaires
13. Mystery Train - Little Junior's Blue Flames
14. Ooby Dooby - Roy Orbison & the Teen Kings
15. High School Confidential - Jerry Lee Lewis
16. Who Will the Next Fool Be - Charlie Rich
17. I Walk the Line - Johnny Cash
18. When It Rains, It Really Pours - Billy `The Kid' Emerson
19. Breathless - Jerry Lee Lewis
20. Devil Doll - Roy Orbison & the Roses

In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2012 3:56:54 PM PDT
G. Vigrass says:
The 80's
Johnny Warman with Peter Gabriel) - No More Screaming Jets
Working Week - Sweet Nothing
Martha and the Muffins - Echo Beach
Mike Oldfield and Roger Chapman - Shadow On the Wall
Translator - You're Everywhere But I'm Not
Jean Siberry - Mimi On the Beach
Lloyd Cole and the Commotions - Rattlesnakes
Anna Domino - Land of My Dreams
A Certain Ratio - Mickey Way (The Candy Bar)
Iggy Pop - the Passenger
Parachute Club - Dancing at The Feet of the Moon
Bryan Ferry - Limbo
Mike Oldfield - Five Miles Out
Syren - Higher Love (just found this on a Canadian indie lable, not the Winwood song)

Juluka - Scatterlings
David Byrne - In the Future
Bronski Beat - Hard Rain
Japan - All Tomorrow's parties
Prefab Sprout - Appetite
Blue Peter - Radio Silence
New Order - The Perfect Kiss
Oingo Boingo - Stay
Everything But the Girl - This Love (Not for Sale)
The Big Sound Authority - Excuse Me Please
The Monks - Drugs In My Pocket (and I don't know what to do with them)
Icehouse - Street Cafe

In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2012 3:59:59 PM PDT
Thanks Karen, she is my sunshine!

In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2012 4:00:39 PM PDT
Mad...does this meann Leslie is getting to go home today?...if so....hip hip hoooray!!!

In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2012 4:00:46 PM PDT
RnRS

Well, it was a dandy list anyway!

In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2012 4:05:33 PM PDT
Rand

RE: No Black Diamond

Not on that CD

Posted on May 22, 2012 4:07:36 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 22, 2012 4:07:46 PM PDT
Isn't that the way with Best of comps?!?

Posted on May 22, 2012 4:09:46 PM PDT
I wonder if the ZZ's are spending any time in Mackinaw City/Mackinaw Island? That's where they filmed the Christopher Reeves/Jane Seymour movie Somewhere In Time? I think that's what its was called.

Posted on May 22, 2012 4:14:42 PM PDT
Scorpions - Gold

It All Depends
Speedy's Coming
In Trance
Pictured Life
Catch Your Train
Virgin Killer
Steamrock Fever
We'll Burn The Sky
The Sails Of Charon
Top Of The Bill (Live)
Loving You Sunday Morning
Holiday
Lovedrive
The Zoo
Can't Live Without You
Dynamite
Blackout
No One Like You
Rock You Like A Hurricane
Big City Nights
Still Loving You
Rhythm Of Love
Believe In Love
I Can't Explain
Tease Me, Please Me
Don't Believe Her
Wind Of Change
Send Me An Angel
Hit Between The Eyes
Alien Nation
Under The Same Sun
Woman
Over The Top
Cause I Love You

Posted on May 22, 2012 4:17:44 PM PDT
Scorpions! Haven't listened to them in a while!

Posted on May 22, 2012 4:20:44 PM PDT
Iron Maiden - Best Of The Beast

Virus
Sign Of The Cross
Man On The Edge
Afraid To Shoot Strangers [Live, Blaze vocals]
Be Quick Or Be Dead
Fear Of The Dark [Live]
Bring Your Daughter... To The Slaughter
Holy Smoke
The Clairvoyant
Can I Play With Madness
The Evil That Men Do
Heaven Can Wait
Wasted Years
Rime Of The Ancient Mariner [Live]
Running Free [Live]
2 Minutes To Midnight
Aces High
Where Eagles Dare
The Trooper
The Number Of The Beast
Run To The Hills
Hallowed Be Thy Name
Wrathchild
Phantom Of The Opera
Sanctuary
Strangeworld [Soundhouse Tapes]
Iron Maiden [Soundhouse Tapes]

Posted on May 22, 2012 4:22:20 PM PDT
Clapton Goon says:
Helping out...

Maxoom is the 1972 debut studio album by the Canadian rock band Mahogany Rush. It was also the debut of Frank Marino as the band's producer.

Track listing
All songs written by Frank Marino.
"Maxoom" - 2:52
"Buddy" - 3:39
"Magic Man" - 2:29
"Funky Woman" - 3:15
"Madness" - 4:51
"All in Your Mind" - 3:13
"Blues" - 7:08
"Boardwalk Lady" - 2:37
"Back on Home" - 3:16
"The New Beginning" - 1:52

Production
Arranged & produced by Frank Marino
Engineer: Hubert Liesker

Personnel
Frank Marino: Guitars, Keyboards, Vocals
Phil Bech: Piano
Johnny McDiarmid: Organ
Paul Harwood: Acoustic & Electric Bass
Jimmy Ayoub: Drums, Percussion

In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2012 4:24:11 PM PDT
Too Many People: Paul & Linda McCartney
Heartbreaker: Led Zeppelin
Matchbox: The Beatles
Sunday Girl: Blondie
Don't Just Stand There (Come In Out Of The Rain): Man
The Song Of No-Involvement: Skyclad
Black Night: Deep Purple
It's Now Or Never: Elvis
Hello Susie: The Move
Let It Down: George Harrison
Help Me Rhonda: The Beach Boys
Take Hold Of The Flame: Queensrÿche
One Step Into The Light: The Moody Blues
Wound Up On You: The Cars
Death Trap: Hawkwind (I think it's okay to panic now)

Posted on May 22, 2012 4:27:36 PM PDT
Soundtrack For The Princess Bride (Mark Knopfler & Guy Pierce) 1987

1. Once Upon A Time...Storybook Love
2. I Will Never Love Again
3. Florin Dance
4. Morning Ride
5. The Friends' Song
6. The cliffs Of Insanity
7. Sword Fight
8. Guide My Sword
9. The fire swamp And The Rodents Of Unusual Size
10. Revenge
11. A Happy Ending

Posted on May 22, 2012 4:28:28 PM PDT
Clapton Goon says:
The Dave Clark Five - Return!

Side One
Can't You See That She's Mine
I Need You, I Love You
I Love You No More
Rumble
Funny

Side Two
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
Can I Trust You
Forever and a Day
Theme Without a Name
On Broadway

Personnel
Dave Clark - Leader & Drums
Mike Smith - Organ
Rick Huxley - Bass
Lenny Davidson - Electric Guitar
Denny Payton - Tenor Sax

Posted on May 22, 2012 4:31:51 PM PDT
Judas Priest - Metal Works '73-'93

The Hellion
Electric Eye
Victim Of Changes [Live]
Painkiller
Eat Me Alive
Devil's Child
Dissident Aggressor
Delivering The Goods
Exciter
Breaking The Law
Hell Bent For Leather
Blood Red Skies
Metal Gods
Before The Dawn
Turbo Lover
Ram It Down
Metal Meltdown
Screaming For Vengeance
You've Got Another Thing Comin'
Beyond The Realms Of Death
Solar Angels
Bloodstone
Desert Plains
Wild Nights, Hot & Crazy Days
Heading Out To The Highway [Live]
Living After Midnight
A Touch Of Evil
The Rage
Night Comes Down
Sinner
Freewheel Burning
Night Crawler

Posted on May 22, 2012 4:36:06 PM PDT
Krokus - Long Stick Goes Boom: The Anthology

Long Stick Goes Boom
Bad Boys, Rag Dolls
I'm On The Run
To The Top
American Woman [Guess Who cover]
Headhunter
Screaming In The Night
Stayed Awake All Night
Ballroom Blitz
Ready To Rock
Out Of Control
Midnite Maniac
School's Out [Alice Cooper cover]
Boy's Night Out
Hot Shot City
Long Stick Goes Boom [Live]
Lay Me Down [Live]
Eat The Rich [Live]

Posted on May 22, 2012 4:38:41 PM PDT
Go To The Mirror: The Who
Deeper And Deeper (Long Version): The Fixx
Drive My Car: The Beatles
to The Morning: Dan Fogelberg
Nobody's Child: Traveling Wilburys
The Awakening: Mystery
All I Really Want To Do (Live): Bob Dylan
You Will Know: Stevie Wonder
Parchman Farm: Cactus
Tryin' To Get Away: Grand Funk Railroad
Little Willow: Paul McCartney
Mystic Queen: Camel

Posted on May 22, 2012 4:38:58 PM PDT
Clapton Goon says:
Tell It All Brother is the sixth album by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition, released in 1970 by Reprise Records. It reached #61 on the Billboard 200.[2]

Track listing
"Tell It All Brother" (Alex Harvey)
"Shine On Ruby Mountain" (Kenny Young)
"King of Oak Street" (Alex Harvey)
"I'm Gonna Sing You A Sad Song Susie" (Mike Settle)
"Love Woman" (Douglas Legrand, Kenny Rogers)
"Heed The Call" (Kin Vassy)
"Camptown Ladies" (Traditional)
"Molly" (Alex Harvey)
"After All (I Live My Life)" (Frank Miller, Jim Doris)
"We All Got To Help Each Other" (Earl Cate, Ernest Cate)

Singles
Tell It All Brother (1970)
Heed The Call (1970)

In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2012 4:39:28 PM PDT
Krokus covering Ballroom Blitz? Sounds interesting!

In reply to an earlier post on May 22, 2012 4:41:01 PM PDT
Kenny Rogers & First Edition! I never had one of his records, always thought he had a cool voice. Never went to his chicken restaurant either. lol
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