BILL CRIDER'S POP CULTURE MAGAZINE
Yeah, I could go the rest of my life and never hear "Sweet Home Alabama" again, but all of the others are on heavy rotation in the jukebox of my brain.
Hey, I LIKE The Eagles, have since the first album and bought each as it came out, played them until they wore out, bought the CDs as soon as I could, still play them a lot. They are a soundtrack for those years that I still like hearing. "Imagine" is worth hearing too. They're right about the Pink Floyd, though. I didn't even like it then.
Could defintely do without Smoke On The Water. Always hated Deep Purple.
I like most of their selections, so screw them.
Never like Smoke On the Water.
The fact that he thinks Marvin Gaye did the original version of "I Heard it Through the Grapevine" says it all. I can definitely live without "Sweet Home Alabama" too, and I like The Eagles. In fact we're going to Jazzfest next week just so Jackie can see them again.I'd much rather they banned "Copacabana" and "Brick House" and Frampton's "Show Me the Way" and Diana Ross's butcher job on "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" than any of the others. (Well, I wouldn't miss "I Shot the Sheriff" if I never heard it again.)Jeff
Have always detested Smoke On the Water-in fact everything by Deep Purple-Space Truckin is worse tho.
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