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Baxter’s Attic Led Zeppelin “Nobody’s Fault But Mine”

In the Attic this morning Led Zeppelin with a song inspired by 1920s bluesman Blind Willie Johnson.

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Baxter’s Attic Traffic “Dear Mr. Fantasy”

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Baxter’s Attic The Kinks “Destroyer”

This morning in the Attic we chose a song from a band that had more influence on punk rock than any other.  The Kinks were the first with the 3 cord punk rock sound...

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Baxter’s Attic Gerry Rafferty “Baker Street”

In the Attic this morning a song by former Stealer's Wheel member, Gerry Rafferty.  "Baker Street is about a guy who dreams of owning a house and having a life away from his neighborhood, not realizing that his drinking is holding him where he is...

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Baxter’s Attic Amboy Dukes “Journey to the Center of the Mind”

In the Attic this morning we did a song that was the only hit for the Amboy Dukes.  Amboy Dukes was founded by Ted Nugent.  It's a song about hallucinogenic drugs which were a big thing in 1968...

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Baxter’s Attic, Great White “Rock Me”

In the Attic this morning, the song that kicked it all off for Great White in 1987.  You can catch Great White July 22nd at Moondance Jam.

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Baxter’s Attic, Jackson Browne “Redneck Friend”

Jackson Browne wrote this song about his alter ego.  It's about his wilder, more exciting alter ego he needed to keep up with his wild girlfriend...

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Baxter’s Attic, The Doors “Crystal Ship”

Nice recommendation for the Attic this morning. "Crystal Ship" from The Doors was originally a poem written by Jim Morrison.  Many speculate the song was about drugs but it was actually written about a girlfriend Morrison broke up with in 1965 and never really got over her...

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Baxter’s Attic, Lynyrd Skynyrd “Tuesday’s Gone” live

In the Attic this morning a favorite from Skynyrd.  Some think this song is about the day Tuesday but is actually about a girl named Tuesday who is left behind...

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Baxter’s Attic, Cream “Crossroads”

In the Attic this morning, a song that was originally recorded by 30s bluesman Robert Johnson.  The rumor back then was Johnson went to the crossroads and sold his soul to the devil in exchange for the ability to play the blues...

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12. The Byrds, 'Fifth Dimension'
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Baxter’s Attic, The Byrds “Mr Spaceman”

A tune from the 60s band the Byrds.  Notable members include Roger McGuinn and David Crosby.  From the album "5th Dimension" which also included "Mr Tambourine Man"...

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Baxter’s Attic, Van Halen “Black and Blue”

In the Attic this morning, a song that always brings back memories for me of the Monsters of Rock tour in 1988, Tampa Stadium.  Bands Kingdom Come, Dokken, Metallica, Scorpions and Van Halen headlined...

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