The second volume of the SkynyrdTest™ wades deep into the band’s stellar output from the 1970s.
“I Never Dreamed,” from Lynyrd Skynyrd’s album, Street Survivors, is as perfect an unheralded album cut as was ever recorded.
Arguably the best hard-rockin’ anti-heroin song there is – a triple-guitar barrage that goes balls-out from the opening steamroller riff.
Shout it out. Say it randomly like a dog barking at the night. Say it as loud as you want, regardless of where you are.
Here’s the first SkynyrdTest™ – an initial dive into the catalog of a band that occupies the highest reaches of 1970′s Southern-rock royalty.
The best smacked-up songs about the heaviest drug in Rock-N-Roll.
Hey, hound dog, how does it feel to have fun, fun, fun on the stairway to heaven?
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Here’s the seventh volume of the NeilTest™ – a snap assessment of your knowledge of the artist’s early work.
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Every one of these performances will blow your mind – from Winterland ’74 to Barton Hall ’77 to MSG ’87.
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The fourth DylanTest™ focuses on tracks from the musician’s early catalog – the mid-’60s through the mid-’70s.
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It’s been 47 years since The Who invaded America, becoming a huge hit after a kick-ass performance at 1967′s Monterey Pop Festival.
Don’t miss Jack White on his 37-stop tour, promoting his second solo album, Lazaretto. He’s on the road June 25-Nov. 19.
The Eagles soar into a venue near you, May 2014-March 2015. Get your mirrors on the ceiling and pink champagne on ice.