It's origins can be traced back 45, ooo years to caves in Germany where what appeared to be the first flutes were crafted out of animal bone.¬† The modern Flute was developed in 1832 and made of metal.¬† Years later rockers like Ian Anderson of Jethro Tull would incorporate the flute into rock music.¬† No doubt happy that they were not blowing into a bone.¬† So tonight on "The List"...I played 7 songs with some mighty fine flute tootin!¬† Here you go;
Can't You See-Marshall Tucker Band
Spill the Wine-Eric Burdon and War
Goin Up the Country-Canned Heat
Down Under-Men at Work
Locomotive Breath (the best!)-Jethro Tull
So that's it...that's "The List."¬† What did I miss...oh, as I'm typing this Strange Way from Firefall comes to mind!¬† What would you add?¬†¬†Tomorrow¬†night,¬†¬†not only do The Who "Sell Out" but so do CCR, The Cars, Led Zeppelin and others whose songs have been featured in ad campaigns...It's Rockonomics!
BLACK & BLUE:
Don't it Turn my Brown Eyes Blue?
Bullet the Blue - U2
Blue on Black - Stevie Ray Vaughn?
Paint it Black - Stones
From the Album: Black & Blue - Stones
Black Water - Doobie Bros.
Behind Blue Eyes - Roger Daltry?
Black & White - 3 Dog Night
Keep up the great work, Dan!!