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Rod Stewart
Scarred And Scared
From the Blondes Have More Fun LP and the b-side to Rod's disco smash "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy". This b-side was more traditional Stewart and actually one of his better songs. All the press and airplay however went to the disco hit.
A Day
From the Styx II album, or in some cases the Lady LP. This song was a prog-rock masterpiece and features the vocals of former guitarist John Curulewski, who would later be replaced by Tommy Shaw.
Rolling Stones
Think I'm Going Mad
This was a bluesy b-side to the Stones single "She Was Hot" from Undercover.
Don't Leave Me Now
From their last LP (famous last words) with Roger Hodgson who left the band in 1983. This track featured that soaring saxophone.
Most people think of Permanent Vacation as the Aerosmith comeback record, but in fact it was Done With Mirrors two years prior....which was not a success. The best track wasn't even on the album, but was added as a bonus track to the new CD format. That track was "Darkness".
Steve Miller Band
One In A Million
Steve followed up his million selling Abracadabra album with a big fat dud Italian X-Rays. The lone bright spot is this lazy riff that you never want to end called "One In A Million".
This was the b-side to "The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonight" and also appeared in the film Until The End Of The World. Hauntingly perfect.
Like It Or Not
Before the uber-success of Genesis in the Phil Collins era there were lesser-know albums like And Then There Were Three, Duke and Abacab. This song comes from Abacab and is presurser of things to come. A solid Genesis song that most people never have heard.
David Bowie
Don't Look Down
From the Tonight album....a breezy walk in the Caribbean or an afternoon nap on a hammock. Get the picture?
Leaving Home Ain't Easy
From Jazz, one of the most underrated albums in their illustious career. It's all about the production and the harmonies.


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