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This top is based on my personal opinion and my music taste. Your 1st choice can be the 99th for me or my 1st can be your 99th, we all have different opinions so I ask you not to complain. Nevertheless, if you want to suggest other songs that could be on this top, you’re free to do it.
Go behind the scenes with us at the legendary Chicago rock radio station, 93.1 WXRT-FM.
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On this episode of RiO!Backstage, we head to WXRT-FM in Chicago, IL. This rock radio station has been a Chicago institution for over 40 years that started back in 1972. The station was responsible for introducing the city to rock and punk bands like The Clash, The Ramones, and more. Since then, XRT continues to blend classic rock with newer bands ranging from Wilco to Mumford & Sons to Arcade Fire.
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Appearing in the episode:
Lin Brehmer – Morning Show Host
Terri Hemmert – Midday Host
Marty Lennartz – Host of “The Big Beat”
Norm Winer – Program Director of WXRT
Artists mentioned in the video:
The Black Keys
The Grateful Dead
The Rolling Stones
Mayor Rahm Emanuel
Love & Rockets
The Flaming Lips
The Smashing Pumpkins
Click Here to hear the Song List For Track Pack Vol. One-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Il9ZD6r2TQ
Click Here to hear the Song List for Track Pack Vol Two-
Click Here to hear the Song List for Track Pack Country- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SiQNaLg8p7I
Click Here for Metal Track Pack Songs-
Rock Band Track Pack: Classic Rock Song List,
Song title Artist Decade Genre
“All Right Now” Free 1970s Classic Rock
“Baba O’Riley” Who The Who 1970s Classic Rock
“Bad to the Bone” George Thorogood & the Destroyers 1980s Rock
“Behind Blue Eyes” Who The Who 1970s Classic Rock
“California Über Alles” Dead Kennedys 1980s Punk
“Can’t Stand Losing You” Police The Police 1970s Pop/Rock
“Closer to the Heart” Rush 1970s Progressive
“Funk #49” James Gang 1970s Classic Rock
“Hit Me With Your Best Shot” Pat Benatar 1980s Classic Rock
“Holiday in Cambodia” Dead Kennedys 1980s Punk
“Hymn 43” Jethro Tull 1970s Progressive
“Kiss Them for Me” Siouxsie & the Banshees 1990s Pop/Rock
“Let Love Rule” Lenny Kravitz 1980s Rock
“Love Spreads” Stone Roses The Stone Roses 1990s Alternative
“Peace of Mind” Boston 1970s Classic Rock
“Red Barchetta” Rush 1980s Progressive
“Rock and Roll Band” Boston 1970s Classic Rock
“Take the Money and Run” Steve Miller Band 1970s Classic Rock
“The Joker” Steve Miller Band 1970s Classic Rock
“Truth Hits Everybody” Police The Police 1970s Rock
Entire live performance of Jack Bruce (Died RIP), Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker at the Cream reunion tour concert at Royal Albert Hall, London England, taken from four shows in May 2005. Song setlist:
1 I’m So Glad (James) (0:49)
2 Spoonful (Dixon) (6:24)
3 Outside Woman Blues (Reynolds) (13:58)
4 Pressed Rat and Warthog (Baker, Taylor) (19:00)
5 Sleepy Time Time (Bruce, Godfrey) (28:43)
6 N.S.U. (Bruce) (32:00)
7 Badge (Clapton, Harrison) (35:00)
8 Politician (Bruce, Brown) (39:21)
9 Sweet Wine (Baker, Godfrey) (44:22)
10 Rollin’ and Tumblin’ (Waters) (51:00)
11 Stormy Monday (Walker) (57:00)
12 Deserted Cities of the Heart (Bruce, Brown) (1:05:04)
13 Born Under a Bad Sign (Jones, Bell) (1:09:15)
14 We’re Going Wrong (Bruce) (1:15:00)
Hi-Def dedication to the memory of Jack Bruce (died 10/25/2014), one of the world’s greatest rock bass players.
December 2016 update: Guitar deity Eric Clapton, hampered by a painful nerve disorder in his hands in recent years, announced what he says are his final American concerts. The four shows, two at the 20,000-seat Madison Square Garden in New York on March 19-20, 2017 and his final pair at the 17,500-seat Los Angeles Forum in Inglewood, CA on March 25-26, will take place within days of Clapton’s 72nd birthday on March 30.
Clapton also scheduled what might be a final trio of gigs May 22, 24 and 25 in his favorite venue, the 5,300-seat Royal Albert Hall in London.
Clapton’s band consists of drummer Steve Gadd and bassist Nathan East (both have been with him for years), backup singers Sharon White and Michelle John, keyboardist Walt Richmond and Joe Cocker pianist Chris Stainton, who has been in his band since 1979.
If the video is blocked listen to it and (if you want you can) download this compilation for free at 320kbs here: http://www.audiomack.com/song/newrockgeneratornrg/ballands
01) Take It On The Run – REO Speedwagon
02) Eyes Without a Face – Billy Idol
03) Unchain My Heart – Joe Cocker
04) Auberge – Chris Rea
05) Owner Of A Lonely Heart – Yes
06) Something Happened On The Way To Heaven – Phil Collins
07) Number One Friend – The Silencers
08) Laid – James
09) Don’t Be Afraid Of The Dark – Robert Cray Band
10) Save Tonight – Eagle-Eye Cherry
11) Walk Into The Sun – Dirty Vegas
12) Sleeping Satellite – Tasmin Archer
13) Moonlight Shadow – Maggie Reilly
14) Baby Jane – Rod Stewart
15) Say You Will – Foreigner
16) Can’t Stop This Thing We Started – Bryan Adams
17) If You Were A Woman (And I Was A Man) – Bonnie Tyler
18) Bad News – Moon Martin
19) I Drove All Night – Roy Orbison
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