"The List"-tonight was a "make-good" list. I collected some of your e mails from "The List" weekend and added some of your suggestions to...Rocks Best Bassist, Rocks Greatest Front Men...and your suggestion for Rocks Greatest Guitar Licks was a real treat. Think Robert Downey Jr.!Rush-Limelight (Best Bassist-Geddy Lee)-from ColleenBorn to Run-Bruce Springsteen (Best Title Track)-from BillLucky Man-ELP (best heard with headphones or earbuds)-from ChuckYou Really Got Me-Kinks-(Britains Greatest Rock Bands)-from AimeeCenterfold-The J Geils Band (Rocks Greatest "The" Bands)-from SusanI Can See For Miles-The Who-(Rocks Greatest Front Men)-from WillIron Man-Black Sabbath--(Greatest Guitar Licks)-PeteThanks for the input! Tomorrow night "The List" will feature 7 great tunes for hitting the "blacks"...just in case you are headed for the slopes this weekend. Check our Mountain Ski Report while you are here on-line...Happy Skiing!
This comment is a little late, but this is the third time I know of that Rush has made "The List" including "Best Drummers" and even "Bands that Should Have Made the RnR Hall of Fame, But Haven't". Yet, I've never heard Rush on the regular play list, and I've listened to this station a lot since its inception. I know you guys don't generally play the more juvenile 70's party rock bands, but it seems that a number of Rush songs fit your more "grown up" rock demographic a lot better than bands like, say, Van Halen or Guns and Roses.
Dan, I suspect you would agree with that and I know you don't decide the regular play list, but this is one more opinion that Rush is definitely KQMT material!
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