Which legendary former Colorado resident gigged with Van Morrison? What Pink Floyd song once led to an unheard of sing-along at a Floyd show? Dan’s got the scoop and more when he goes “Inside the Music” today at 3 on The List.
Takin’ it to the Streets-Doobie Brothers
Tenth Ave. Freeze-Out-Bruce Springsteen
Walk of Life-Dire Straits
Wish you were Here-Pink Floyd
Wild Night-Van Morrison
Dan brings you his “initial” offering on The List today. Keeping in mind that The List has been on the air for 5 years, how is that possible? Is there a warp in the space time continuum? All will be revealed today at 3
Turn to Stone-ELO
Takin’ Care of Business-BTO
If you want the stories behind the hits, from the artists who made them? Then today’s List, is just for you. Join Dan at 3 to find out what happened in the Tan-Tan in Morocco and learn what Stones tune doesn’t reflect too well on New York City. Hey, The List rocks, and it’s educational!
Rock the Casbah-The Clash
Running on Empty-Jackson Browne
Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo-Rick Derringer
Today on The List, Dan is Rockin’ the New Jersey Mass Choir. He’ll be crankin’ up the Islington School Choir. Join him at 3 for rockers and their choirs.
You can’t always get what you want-Rolling Stones
Another Brick in the Wall-Pink Floyd
I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For-U2 (live)
I Want to Know What Love Is-Foreigner
I am the Walrus-Beatles
Dan’s rolling out some one hit wonders from the 80’s today on The List. 5 bands that only managed to pull one rock hit out of hats. Well except for the one that had many more. Hmmm, how could they be a one hit wonder? Dan’s gonna make it all clear today at 3
Welcome to the Boomtown-David and David
In a Big Country-Big Country
I Want Candy-Bow Wow Wow
Don’t Misunderstand Me-Rossington Collins Band
On the Loose-Saga
Americana is defined as “music that honors and is derived from the traditions of American roots music.” Today on The List, Dan’s giving it a different twist by featuring British artists who are quite fond of the style.
Country Comfort-Elton John
Goin’ to California-Led Zeppelin
Tulsa Time-Eric Clapton
Down to the Waterline-Dire Straits
The first one is a cold slap in the face, the last is perhaps the one song in rock history sung with more angst than any other…Hey, you gotta feel in it in a break-up song. Dan will be counting down the top 5 break-up songs of the 80’stoday on The List.
You Give Love a Bad Name-Bon Jovi
Don’t you want me-Human League
With or Without You-U2
Tunnel of Love-Bruce Springsteen
Missing You-John Waite
From Joe and Brad to Izzy and Slash, Dan’s got Dynamic Guitar Duos on the brain and on The List…today at 3.
Walk This Way-Aerosmith (Joe Perry/Brad Whitford)
Sweet Child of Mine-Guns n Roses ( Izzy/Slash)
Life in the Fast Lane-Eagles (Don Felder/Joe Walsh)
Can’t you Hear Me Knockin’-Rolling Stones (Keith Richards/Mick Taylor)
Layla-Derek and the Dominos (Eric Clapton/Duane Allman)
Math Rock by Dan Mitchell,posted Sep 3 2014 3:53PM
Dan’s found some legendary rock tunes with quite unusual time signatures to play for you today on The List. One the tunes is the Black Sabbath tune Jean Paul Jones wanted to make sure you couldn’t dance to.
Solsbury Hill-Peter Gabriel
Whipping Post-Allman Brothers
Black Dog-Led Zeppelin