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Pete Townshend – Face The Face From the concept album, ‘White City: A Novel’, the third track is the Top 40 single, “Face The Face”. Pete was using a new keyboard and wanted to bang out a new “upbeat rocker” with high energy. He then started adding more and more band instruments to add even…read more »
Nilsson – Coconut It’s considered a “novelty” song, but Harry Nilsson was a prolific writer and considered by many songwriters as one of the best of his day. From his critically acclaimed album, ‘Nilsson Schmilsson’, “Coconut” stayed on the chart for 14 weeks and peaked at #8. It was so popular that Billboard ranked it…read more »
Fleetwood Mac – Big Love This is the first song to be released as a single from the 1987 album, ‘Tango In The Night’, mostly written and produced by Lindsey Buckingham. The album started as a solo project for Lindsey when he then decided to bring the band back together for the first time since…read more »
The Beatles – Got To Get You Into My Life Today is the 53rd Anniversary of the The Beatles ‘Revolver’ album. Many hardcore Beatles fans and pop music aficionados call this release the best album of The Beatles catalog, or at least the one that offered the most prolific change in the writing and producing…read more »
Patty Smyth – Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough Patty Smyth, after her success with Scandal, started a solo career and with the help of Glen Burtnik, wrote this rock ballad, “Sometimes Love Just Ain’t Enough”. Smyth had sung back up on songs from Don Henley’s ‘Building The Perfect Beast’ album and had asked Don to…read more »