Cleaning out the attic…
A fun song by McCartney written as a crash course in songwriting.
Like many, I took a renewed interest in this immortal Paul Simon song when Disturbed released its cover.
A 1989 hit from Skid Row. Thanks to Bryan Stevenson and EJI this doesn’t happen (as often) to those _under_ 18 anymore…progress is painfully slow.
U2 has amazing longevity, but I like their 1983 release best of all—War. As usual, I overdubbed the harmonies.
Ah, Supertramp. Unfortunately, we lack a saxophone, which is brilliant in their intro. Someday…
An interesting song by Erasure with a unique two-tempo mix.
A fantastic song by the Steve Morse Band; nothing better than his early days!
Another guitarist we lost too young—Stevie Ray Vaughan. He named the song for his then-wife Lenora. Unfortunately, their love didn’t last, but his song always will. Conclusion: guitars are more faithful than people. Or…something like that.
And finally one from the vault (our younger years), because it’s still our favorite GNR song. A mini rock opera.