It’s The List you can’t afford to miss, today at 4 on The Mountain. Dan has chosen the 5 Classic Rock Albums everyone should own. If you don’t…you’ll want to run out and buy them. You’ll be surprised, even shocked at what bands, artists and albums don’t make The List.
Baba O’Riley-Who’s Next-The Who
Misty Mountain Hop-Led Zeppelin VI-Led Zeppelin
Wish You Were Here-Pink Floyd-Wish You Were Here
She Said She Said-Beatles-Revolver
Born to Run-Bruce Springsteen
The Who handle the “Who” , Led Zeppelin has got the “What” covered…but what about the when, the where and the why? We’re not sure, but Dan is! Join him today at 4 on The List and all questions will be answered.
Who are You-The Who
What is and What Should Never Be-Led Zeppelin
Where the Streets Have No Name-U2
When the Night Comes-Joe Cocker
Why Can’t This Be Love-Van Halen
Why were Led Zeppelin sued for their tune Boogie with Stu? Who was handed a lawsuit for sounding too much like…himself? What other rockers were lambasted for ripping off their peers? Dan files his expose today at 4 on The List. It’s the Sue You, Sue Me Blues.
Boogie with Stu-Led Zeppelin (Sued by Richie Valens estate for borrowing from Ohh My Head)
All You Need is Love-Beatles (Glenn Miller Estate Sued)
Old Man Down the Road-John Fogerty (Sued by Fantasy Records for sounding like himself!)
I Want a New Drug-Huey Lewis (Huey sued Ray Parker Jr. for Ghostbusters Theme)
It is defined as "music that honors and is derived from the traditions of American roots music” We call it Americana music. Today at four on The List, Dan has an interesting twist. Join him as he features some Brits who are quite fond of the style.
Today on The List, Dan is rockin’ the house with The New Jersey Mass Choir, The London Bach Choir and the Islington Green School Choir, oh…and the bands they rocked with. It’s an “a-choired” taste today at four as Dan features rockers …and their choirs!
You Can’t Always Get What You Want-Rolling Stones (London Bach Choir)
Another Brick in the Wall (Islington Green School Choir)
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For-U2 (Rattle and Hum version with Gospel Choir)
I Want to Know What Love Is-Foreigner (New Jersey Mass Choir, Jennifer Holiday and Thompson Twins)
They are the top 5 rock songs from the 80’s. Why, because Dan said so! Today at 4 on The List, He’ll go all Casey Kasem on you and count em down. The number one song was lip synced by by Jim Carrey in a Dirty Harry Film.
Dan is calling his list today; “I freakin’ love this song.” It’s 5 tunes he loves to play on the radio because he wants you to love them! Hey, feel free to submit your own “I freakin’ love this song” list to Dan. Visit Dan’s Daily Page at 995 The Mountain Dot Com.
It’s almost like a beauty pageant today on The List. Dan has assembled his 5 choices to compete for the title of top “Golden Rock God.” You might think Robert Plant or Roger Daltrey would get the top spot, but watch out for the upset. Golden Rock Gods throw down, today at 4 on The List.
It’s 5 memorable songs from memorable moments in motion pictures today on The List…and none of them are from John Hughes films. Bring your own popcorn and let’s rock at the movies.
You Can Leave Your Hat on-Joe Cocker-9 ½ Weeks
My Sharona-The Knack-Reality Bites
Walking on Sunshine-Katrina and the Waves-High Fidelity
Today at 4 here on The Mountain, join Dan for another one of his “best” lists. One example of what you will hear-The best use of a thing that sounds like a Monkey with hiccups at the end of a tune-I’m scared to ask what else he’s come up with!
Good Times Bad Times-Led Zeppelin (Best intro with really cool yet understated drums)
Big Country-In a Big Country (Best fake Bagpipe Rocker) Ebow is used
Me and Julio Down by the School Yard (Best use of a thing that sounds like a Monkey with hiccups at the end of a tune)
Gimme Shelter-Rolling Stones (Best use of a female guest vocalist who is also an actress)
Holiday Road-Lindsey Buckingham (Most fun song from a John Hughes Movie-Vacation)
They were called The Golliwogs, another band was known as Mookie Blaylock, and still another once glossed themselves Mother McCree’s Uptown Jug Champions. It’s bands “before they were famous” today at 4 on The List!
Dani California-Red Hot Chili Peppers (Tony Flow and Miraculously Majestic Masters of Mayhem)
Good Lovin’-Grateful Dead-(Mother Mcree's Uptown Jug Champions, The Warlocks)
My Generation-The Who-(The High Numbers-The Detours)
The top 5 Glam/Metal bands ever…dudes! That’s what Dan has in store for you today on The List. Band number 5 features the singer who was Dan’s top Golden God of Rock on a previous list. The top Glam/Metal band features the worlds best one armed drummer!
Take a couple of Stones, the only guy in the band without one, the worlds most famous rocker and couple of other legends and you’ve got the recipe for today’s edition of The List. It’s a birthday bash for the Rockers of June!
It’s only Rock and Roll-Rolling Stones -Ron Wood 6/1-Charlie Watts 6/2
Waitin for the Bus/Jesus Just left Chicago-ZZ Top-Frank Beard 6/11
Joe Walsh is the big man on The Mountain’s Rock Campus today at 4 on The List. Dan is featuring some notable guest appearance by Joe on other rockers tunes, including a guest stint on a record by the dude who had perhaps the most beautiful mullet of the 80’s! Fun with Joe…today on The List!
Don’t Mean Nothin’-Richard Marx-Joe on Guitar
Dirty Laundry-Don Henley (Joe on first guitar solo)
It’s “Best American Rocker-Male” today at 4 on The List-tune in at 4 to find out which 5 hall of famers stand out as the best America has to offer. Number one on The List got his nick-name when he played club gigs with a band called “Earth” and took on the task of collecting the nightly pay and distributing it amongst his band mates.