On Wednesday, Dan rolled out a list of albums produced by Mutt Lange…thought got him thinking! So, today's list will feature 5 more gentlemen who can count themselves amongst rock's greatest album producers. George Martin is first, what follows is all brilliant!
A Day in the Life-Beatles-George Martin
Owner of a Lonely Heart-Yes-Trevor Horn
You Can't Always Get What You Want-Rolling Stones-Jimmy Miller
Yer So Bad-Tom Petty-Jeff Lynne
Today at 3 on the List…"Pop" goes the Power-Pop. Memorable licks, succinct lyrics and hooks that won't let go…pull that out of your rock and roll hat and you have got some Power Pop. Dan's got 5 of the
No Matter What-Badfinger
Ballroom Blitz-The Sweet
Just What I Needed-Cars
Go All the Way-Raspberries
His name if Robert, friends call him Mutt1 Today at 3 on The List; join Dan as he lays out Mutt's credentials as an album producer. With bands like AC/DC, Def Leppard and The Cars on his resume , Mutt was a "Star-Maker" in the 80's
Highway to Hell-AC/DC
I Don't Like Mondays-Boomtown Rats-The Fine Art of Surfacing
You Might Think-Cars-Hearbeat City
The songs on the list today are very disturbing. You might be singing along innocently enough and not ever know what it is you're embracing. Dan's gonna set you strait when he gets into "Disturbing Songs People Love" today on The List.
Every Breath You Take-Police
Brown Sugar-Rolling Stones
My Sharona-The Knack
Smoke on the Water-Deep Purple
Maxwells Silver Hammer-Beatles
It's a trip to the "Tower of Power" today on The List. The Tower of Power horn section that is. Dan's got his ears on some tunes featuring rocks greatest horns for hire. He'll even get you "Hip"to one of their tunes.
The Bitch is Back-Elton John
Even it Up-Heart
What is Hip-Tower of Power
Put on your dancing shoes and get ready to cut a rug today at 3 on The List. It's a solid demonstration of songs you can dance to, with "dance" in the title. Above and beyond that, you'll also learn why Led Zeppelin will never re-unite. Jimmy Page and Robert Plant will address the issue.
Dancing in the Streets-Van Halen
Dancing in the Dark-Bruce Springsteen
Dancing Days-Led Zeppelin
Let's Dance-David Bowie
Come Dancing-The Kinks
If you don't give us a hit album, we're going to drop you from the label." If you're in a band, the previous is a sentence you don't want to hear. Today on "The List"…join Dan as he features his top 5 career saving albums!
Dude Looks Like a Lady-Aerosmith-Permanent Vacation
Night Moves-Bob Seger-Night Moves
Wanted Dead of Alive-Bon Jovi-Slippery When Wet
Born to Run-Bruce Springsteen-Born to Run
Beautiful Day-U2-All That You Can't Leave Behind
Today at 4 on The List, Dan will be dealing up some heartbreak. Join him at 4 as he features 5 rock classics about the one that got away. It's love, lust, 3 chords and a ball of dust today on The List.
Jessies Girl-Rick Springfield
More Than a Feeling-Boston (Marrianne)
(867-5309) Jenny-Tommy Tutone
Sometimes you need a few albums under your belt before a career really explodes. The List with Dan Mitchell this afternoon at 3 will feature 5 of rocks most accomplished "breakthrough" albums. 5 discs that put the featured bands in the game with the big boys!
Pride (In the Name of Love) U2-The Unforgettable Fire
Sweet Emotion-Aerosmith-Toys in the Attic
Bohemian Rhapsody-Queen-A Night at the Opera Rhiannon-Fleetwood Mac-Fleetwood Mac
It's was hard to choose, but that didn't stop Dan from giving it a try. Today at 3 on The List, he'll present to you the top 5 guitar riffs of all time. From the 60's to the 80's the players will be rockin'it!
Back in Black-AC/DC
Iron Man-Black Sabbath
Whole Lotta Love-Led Zeppelin
Smoke on the Water-Deep Purple
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction-Rolling Stones
Today on the List, you get Costello, Edmunds, Lowe and Jackson. 4 Englishmen who brought new wave and throwback cool to America in the late 70's. Put it all together and you might even get a "Rockpile!"
What's so Funny About Peace Love and Understanding-Elvis Costello
Cruel to be Kind-Nick Lowe
Is She Really Goin' Out With Him-Joe Jackson
I Hear you Knockin'-Dave Edmunds
It's "fond farewells" today at 3 on The List. Dan's featuring 5 of his favorite final albums from five of hist favorite bands. Quiz time; What band's final album was a live album with many of their friends taking part in the rock and roll fun?
Golden Slumbers Medley-Beatles-Abbey Road
All Along the Watchtower-Jimi Hendrix Experience-Electric Ladyland
The Weight-The Band-The Last Waltz
Every Breath You Take-Police-Synchronicity
What so greatly angered Mick Jagger that the future of the Rolling Stones was threatened? Was it something Keith said? Well, yes it was! Today on The List Dan's digging into Rock Star Autobiographies. Tune in at 3 to find out what other legends are dishing the dirt.
Love in an Elevator-Aerosmith-Joe and Steven
Waiting on a Friend-Rolling Stones-Keith
The Chain-Fleetwood Mac-Mick Fleetwood
Immigration Man-Crosby & Nash-Graham Nash
Who are You-Who-Pete Townshend
Today at 3 on The List, you will be entering a Teenage Wasteland. Consider yourself warned. The final tune is one of the truly epic songs in rock history from a band that made the list yesterday, and they'll be back tomorrow!
Edge of 17-Stevie Nicks
Hey Nineteen-Steely Dan
You're Sixteen-Ringo Starr
Smells like Teen Spirit-Nirvana
Baba O'Riley-The Who
Dan's just Kiddin' around when it comes to today's edition of The List. Here's a clue to content; one of the songs is not only a legendary tune, it's also a movie title about the band. If you know now, you are brilliant!
The Kids are Alright-The Who
New Kid in Town-Eagles
Kid Charlemagne-Steely Dan
The Kid is Hot Tonight-Loverboy