Today on The List-Dan celebrates some of rocks all time great album covers-in other words…they made you look! The number one cover makes one of the best statements in rock history…a big kiss off to the establishment!
Sgt Pepper-Beatles-Getting Better
Sticky Fingers-Rolling Stones-Brown Sugar
Breakfast in America-Supertramp-Goodbye Stranger
Physical Graffiti-Led Zeppelin-Houses of the Holy
It’s star studded Hollywood edition of The List today on The Mountain. Marilyn Monroe, Lon Chaney, Bridgette Bardot and James Dean are welcome…gate crashers include Joe Piscopo and Eddie Murphy…we’re not sure how they got in but Tom Petty will show them the door.
Candle in the Wind (Marilyn Monroe) Elton John
Werewolves of London (Lon Chaney) Warren Zevon
Message of Love (Bridgette Bardot) Pretenders
Jammin Me-(Vanessa Redgrave, Joe Piscopo, Eddie Murphy) Tom Petty
They are the 5 best “Final Cuts” on albums and only Dan knows what they are. Now as always, he’s very happy to share. Oh, and each of them is truly epic in musical scale!
Jungleland-Bruce Springsteen-Born to Run
Riders on the Storm-The Doors-L.A. Woman
You Can’t Always Get What You Want-Rolling Stones-Let It Bleed
Love Reign O’er Me-The Who-Quadrophenia
A Day in the Life-Beatles-Sgt Pepper
Rock and Roll Royalty makes The List today. Queens, Princes, Sultans and Dukes will be honored. And as far as the King goes, well he is a Royal Pain. Dan and Stewart Copeland explain today on The List!
King of Pain-Police
Two Princes-Spin Doctors
Sultans of Swing-Dire Straits
Sir Duke-Sir Duke
So here’s the deal…today on The List, Dan is featuring 5 tunes he wants to play before Mike gets to them on the Resurrection Jukebox. Know this oh Mountain Listener he is going deep. And the question you need to ask yourself is; how does an evil clown factor into the proceedings?
Salt in My Tears-Martin Briley
Whenever You're On My Mind - Marshall Crenshaw
Be Good Johnny-Men at Work
I Do the Rock-Tim Curry
Today on The List-It’s Dan’s selections for the most mind numbing, amp pounding guitar licks of the 80’s. He’s counting em down from 5 to one and tops on The List is one of the hottest touring bands of the past couple of years. Oh and one of them wears the silliest pants!
Sweet Child of Mine-Guns and Roses
While watching the Grammys this year, it occurred to Dan that some fairly notable Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Bands never won the little Golden trinket. Today at 4 on The List, he’ll count down the top 5 bands who were given the Grammy shaft.
The Who-Baba O’ Riley
Led Zeppelin-Misty Mountain Hop
Jimi Hendrix-All Along The Watchtower
Hey, it’s party time for the rockers born in February today on The List. And the final legendary choice was either born on the 24th or 25th…depending on who you believe!
Immigration Man-Crosby and Nash-Graham Nash February 2
Sweet Child of Mine-Guns n Roses-Axl Rose February 6
3 Little Birds-Bob Marley-February 6
Doors-Roadhouse Blues-Ray Manzarek February 12
Solsbury Hill-Peter Gabriel-February 13
What is Life-George Harrison-Febuary 25
They’re rock’s greatest 3 piece bands and you can hear them counted down from 5 to number 1 today at 4 on “The List.” There are Canadians, Texans, and English chaps vying for the title of “Rocks Greatest Trio” Number one is the only band to feature a rocker who used to live in Parker.
Police-De Do Do Do De Da Da Da
All Along the Watchtower-Jimi Hendrix Experience
Today on The List, it’s a trip “inside the music.” Dan’s got the artists who made them talking about the songs we love. They’ve been compared to the Rolling Stones, find out what Aerosmith tune was actually inspired by a Rolling Stones tune.
Werewolves of London-Warren Zevon
Hard To Handle-Black Crowes
While you’ve been busy planning your menu for the big game this weekend, Dan’s been putting together his list of the top 5 Super Bowl Halftime Performances. Join Dan for 4 iconic Classic Rock acts and one diminutive legend who rocked the world in his own mind blowing way!
American Girl-Tom Petty
Prince-Let’s Go Crazy
Start Me Up-Rolling Stones
Tenth Avenue Freeze Out-Bruce Springsteen