It's been an insanely busy week. Kim and I are sans children tonight, so we're actually going to go out tonight!
1. Whole Lotta Love- Led Zeppelin
2. Devil In Disguise- Elvis Presley
3. Wait Until Tomorrow- The Jimi Hendrix Experience
4. Electrical Storm- U2
5. I'll Be You- The Replacements
6. Nutbush City Limits- Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band
7. The Times They Are A-Changin'- Bob Dylan
8. Dirty Boulevard- Lou Reed
9. Dear Mr. Fantasy- Traffic
10. 53rd and 3rd- The Ramones
1. The first record Rhino Records ever issued was the Temple City Kazoo Orchestra's cover of this song.
2. What would a Friday Random Ten be without Elvis?
3. This might be my favorite Jimi Hendrix song.
4. The last U2 song I really liked.
5. The biggest hit the Replacements had.
6. Seger and company covering a Tina Turner song. I'd argue that "Live Bullet" was the best live album ever.
7. From the soundtrack of the sixties.
8. From "New York," probably Lou's most political album. Dion sang on this one.
9. I don't know what's more unnerving-- that Steve Winwood just turned sixty or that I'm only 13 years younger than he is.
10. Dee Dee Ramone penned this autobiographical song about heroin addiction and hustling to feed that addiction.