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!!