Baxter’s Attic

Baxter’s Attic: Black Sabbath – “Sweet Leaf” (Live)
In the Attic the morning, by request, a song about Marijuana. They made zero effort to hide that fact. The idea for the name came when one of the members of Black Sabbath had a package of Irish cigarettes that said "The Sweet Leaf". And then the rest was history...
Baxter’s Attic: Steve Miller – “Space Cowboy” (Live)
Going back to 1969 in the Attic today for some classic Steve Miller. He put on a great show at Moondance Jam last summer. Paul McCartney collaborated with Miller on different song on the album 'Brave New World'. The track "Space Cowboy" uses basically the same guitar…
Baxter’s Attic: Sammy Hagar – “Heavy Metal” (Live)
In the Attic this morning I played you one of the nicest guys in rock, Sammy Hagar. If you were at Moondance Jam a couple of years ago, when it stormed before Sammy took the stage, everyone had a feeling that he may just take his guaranteed check and leaving, but he insisted on playing in the Lazy M…
Baxter’s Attic: Joe Walsh – “Ordinary Average Guy”
Joe Walsh, known for his sense of humor, wrote this during what he coined his midlife crisis. "Ordinary Average Guy" is a parody of "Life's Been Good". Walsh says, even though he is famous, he is just as ordinary as you and me - he does yard work, has a …
Baxter’s Attic: Eric Burdon and War – “Spill the Wine”
In the Attic this morning we played you some Eric Burdon and War. The tune "Spill the Wine" was partially an accident in a sense. As the story goes, Burdon had partially written a song pretty much based on drugs and sex. During a recording session a member of the group spilled a gl…

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