This Day in Music7 hours ago
thunder road and the river !!
Jungleland and The Fever
No doubt you're all over this Lisa Irwin
Picking an absolute favorite is tough, but I will join the Thunder Road crowd.. Best LP kickoff track by a performer who's had more than a few of them.
🎵🎶 "Born in the U.S.A" 🎶🎵
The entire The Wild, the Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle; especially Rosalita and 4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy).
Happy birthday, Bruce! "Thunder Road" is my favorite but all his songs are a musical treasure!
Thunder Road & Backstreets & Incident on 57th St.
Promise land. And factory. Happy birthday
Born to run .pink Cadillac
It would have to be Thunder Road
Hungry heart, born to run, I'm on fire,
Tougher than the rest. The River.
Thunder Road,The Promise, Born to Run, Out in the Street, Im on Fire🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶
One Step Up, Brilliant Disguise, I'm Goin Down
Thunder Road is my favorite song of all-time.
Thunder Road, Racing in the Street, Mary's Place
Streets of fire, going down, thunder road the list goes on
Happy happy Birthday to The Boss, Bruceeeeeeeeeeeeeeee❤️🎹🎤🎵🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶🎶
Bobby Jean from live 75-85, love that version
Happy Birthday, Boss....👍😎
Tougher than the Rest
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The Band was all about Canadian -American cultures "Acadian Driftwood " was of the great migration of Canadians to Louisiana As well "King Harvest Will Surely Come " and the carnival at the edge of town sound would tell of American cilture
I was a cross country runner in high school 68-71. Our course had 2 hills on it and when I ran the course I would sing that line " when I get over this mountain " to myself and it helped me greatly .
Love the Band...saw them from the beginning, lastly .saw a Last Waltz concert, then followed Levon for years with his "rambles" at his home in the Catskills
Got cold chills the night They did it on Saturday night Live, ole Dixie down? There's a lot of people who feels like it may rise again!
Love the band. Gave my sister the “Last Waltz” video twice I thought it was so critical to every collection.
My mother walked into my room as cripple creek was playing. The lyrics gave her concern. Lol. Ain't no Mario lanza
Culturally important....because 3 or 4 of them are Canadian?
The Night They Drove is an amazing song about the civil war. A masterpiece
Nobody has ever noticed that Garth is holding a divining switch......
One of the greatest bands ever
Up on Cripple Creek. Maybe the funkiest song ever written.
At Woodstock they were amazing.
A classic album, possibly their best.
In 2000 Capitol Records released an expanded Music From Big Pink with 9 great bonus tracks. On the new 50th anniversary edition out now, I was told by a friend that you DO NOT get all 9 bonus tracks from the same CD. Who made this decision?
Rick Danko born and raised on a tobacco farm near Simcoe, Ontario, Canada 🇨🇦
Great band The Band....I have 3LPs of theirs.. all goodies.
Great album!! Played it ‘till the groves were gone 😆
Good album but prefer big pink I have both
Had a vhs video of them in concert with bob dylan .....takes me back👌
Members with hats are bold?
Levon Helm was the singer for The Night They Drove and he's from Arkansas and looked the part of a confederate soldier so I guess the culture is intact
"Ye know Robbie...the South will rise again!"
Plodding, boring old men.
Leon was the man .electric dirt farmer
One hellava great album
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Godmother of Punk? Seems like you mistaken her for Patti Smith, guys 🙂
In the late 80s, I was in Miami on business staying at the Grand Bay Hotel. I woke up one morning and turned on the Tv. A movie called Light Of Day with Joan Jett & Michael J Fox was on. I watched a little before heading out to the pool. When I went to get a towel, the attendant said, “know who that is swimming with her daughter?” I turned and looked, it was Joan Jett. Freaky. I told her I’d just seen her in my room. We had a good laugh. Happy Birthday!!
She and Deborah Harry were my first die hard musician crushes, yet Linda Carter as Wonder Woman was, and still is, my longest term celebrity heartthrob, meow.
The godmother of punk ? I've never heard her called that, I would have thought that title would have gone to someone like Debbie Harry
Happy Birthday to one famous, talented, and influential women who really brought it to Rock Roll. Keep on 😎✌🏻🤘 ROCN
Myself & Joan 2005 Vicksburg MS
Jessica Cain, you share a birthday with a rock legend! Haha
Happy birthday Joan Jett hope you have a great birthday and many more Rockin years ❤❤❤✌😎🎸🎶🎸🎶🎧
"You don't lose...when you lose FAKE FRIENDS"...senior high days music...nice
My wife has seen her a few times & says she "Rocks"
She just rocked out at River City Rockfest.
I don't hate myself for loving you😎😘😎
Yeeeeeah, I don't hardly know her...... But I think I can love her...... Crimson and clover......
I Love Rock N Roll. Put another dime in that Juke box ,baby!
Joe met her when she was in Birmingham. When he stood beside her she barely made it past his waistline. She’s tiny.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEETHEART, YOU ROCK GIRL!!!!
60 years young!
She kills it.
Happy Birthday Joan
Happy happy birthday ❤️❤️❤️
Happy B'day Lil Miss Itty-Bitty!
Have a rockin bday!🎈🎂🎵❤✌
Saw him twice in Portland, Or. Great concert..... still listen to his music, watch his concerts, “Live in London, July 2008” is fabulous, thanx mr Cohen.
Just loved how his voice had improved when he came out of retirement, Live in London DVD worth buying it should be Called At his Best.
I love Leonard Cohen ❤❤RIP Leonard,thank you for your music ❤❤
Loved him from Chelsea hotel onwards ......fav “ bird on the wire 👏
One of my dearest and most beloved artist;Rest in peace, leonard.
Good singer. Hallelujia is a good song. (That doesn't do it justice!)
Love his music he be singing his lovely words to the angels Dance me to end of love 😔
If I had to give a Nobel prize for literature, I'd give it to him
Brilliant lyrics... songs.. absolutely no doubt about that.... but singer? Huh?
Wept when learned of his passing. ❤️
Best concert ever .....Dublin 2012
Looks uncannily like Leonard Nemoy
A rare troubadour
Amazing iconic talent
Enjoy his music.
Ashka Jo 😘
So many great songs in styles that have never been fashionable to the masses. It's amazing that he's so popular today - based mostly on reworked covers to make his work more palatable. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTTC_fD598A
Best music programme ever.
the days when they would let programmes run over if they were on late...
We in US can only see reruns because it was basically for the UK Audience.
Every thing else pales into significance
Great show with live Yes Live music.
Great show with Whispering Bob Harris.
Watched some brilliant bands that went on to become massive a brilliant influencal show
My record collection is full of artists where by I'd heard them first on that show.
Its the first headbangers ball jajajaja
Loved it with whispering Bob presenting.
great show back in the day
Takes me back to my drinking days!!!
Essential Family Viewing!! Wind up the parents, watched it every week
So loved this show Tried not to ever miss one
The old Grey Whistle Test!
Always liked Richard Williams presenting..
Otway and Barrett, epic
Music Buff Cool trivia and what a show!
Best show on television
The alex harvey band !
Best show ever.
Never been bettered.
It was a great show
he's not even in my top 10 list of greatest frontmen...he is at the top of my 10 greatest bellends however
Oasis pissed away things because the brothers are always at it, Liam is not close to being the best Frontman, by a mile 🙄
The UK music press continues to drool over this guy. He has zero stage presence and hasn’t been relevant since ‘95. I’ll never understand it.
Gallaghers "the Greatest front man ever"???? Really????
‘The greatest ever frontman?’ 😂😂😂 Are these the same readers of Q who voted Harold Shipman ‘A really lovely GP?’
Happy B'day, Sumpin Special!
Jumped up tosspot
Like there music