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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000727.txt from 2003/10

From: "Mark Charette" <>
Subj: RE: [kl] A little traveling music, Ray...."
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2003 19:47:35 -0500

> Jim Lande wrote:
> > Steppenwolf: Born to be wild. I am not much of a
> > Steppenwolf fan, and
> > never bought the CD. At home, I probably would tune past it.
> > However, if I
> > am at highway speed and it comes on the radio, I crank it and
> > sing/shout
> > along. Oh yeah!
> That tune should probably go on a list of "standard rock road
> tunes", which
> would include:
> Deep Purple's "Highway Star"
> The Who's "Going Mobile" (and perhaps "My Wife"!)
> Golden Earring "Radar Love"
> There are probably a bunch of others...

Sugarloaf's "Green-Eyed Lady"
Check Mangione's "Hill Where the Lord Hides"
Deep Purple (again) "Smoke on the Water", "My Woman from Tokyo" (along with
"Highway Star", they're all really the same song with different words and
slightly different hooks, but oh, what hooks ...)
Eagles "Life in the Fast Lane" ("He was a hard-headed man, He was brutally
handsome, and she was terminally pretty ..." - what a way to start a song!)
Santana's "Soul Sacrifice"
Mountain "Blood of the Sun", "Nantucket Sleighride"

Ob clarinet (to keep it on-topic) - all of these are good to learn to play
by ear - not too hard, and it doesn't matter what key they're in.

Damn, I'm showing my age ...

Mark C.

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