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Billy G. via YouTube
Billy G. via YouTube
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Baxter’s Attic: Lee Michaels – “Do You Know What I Mean?”

In the Attic this morning, we played you the biggest hit for Lee Michaels from his 1971 album "5th".

choro9 via YouTube
choro9 via YouTube
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Baxter’s Attic: Cream – “Spoonful”

In the Attic this morning, we played you a tune from "Fresh Cream" album, a song written by Willie Dixon and first recorded in 1960 by Howlin' Wolf...

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Paul Clearwater via YouTube
Paul Clearwater via YouTube
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Baxter’s Attic: Creedence Clearwater Revival – “I Heard It Through the Grapevine”

In the Attic this morning we played you some Creedence Clearwater Revival covering an old Marvin Gaye tune. This tunes has one of my favorite guitar solos...

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Evening Standard / Hulton Archive, Getty Images
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Baxter’s Attic: Jimi Hendrix – “Red House”

In the Attic this morning we played you some Jimi Hendrix. Back in 1969, Jimi recorded live in Stockholm and this was one of the tunes that was involved in that recording...

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(Photo Courtesy: www.lamontcranston.com)
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Baxter’s Attic: Lamont Cranston Band – “E Jam”

This morning we had Ray from Bailey Ray's in Santiago in studio to talk about the 15th annual Santiago Shakedown happening this Saturday (August 26th)...

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Baxter’s Attic: Uriah Heep – “Stealin”

This morning in the Attic we went back to 1973 with a great tune from Uriah Heep. This tune was their most successful cut from the 1973 album “Sweet Freedom”...

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Baxter’s Attic: Bob Seger – “Sunspot Baby”

Had to do a song in the Attic this morning with the word sun in it, I guess, because of the eclipse hysteria happening today.  Actually, this tune from Bob Seger is about a girl that left him high (no pun intended) and dry...

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Ian Dickson, Getty Images
Ian Dickson, Getty Images
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Baxter’s Attic: Led Zeppelin – “Nobody’s Fault But Mine”

In the Attic this morning, we played you some Led Zeppelin from their 1976 release "Presence" it's "Nobody's Fault But Mine".

Allman Brothers on MV via YouTube
Allman Brothers on MV via YouTube
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Baxter’s Attic: Allman Brothers Band – “Whipping Post”

In the Attic this morning, we played you a song that Greg Allman wrote when he was only 21-years old, shortly after joining the band. It was recorded back on August 7th,1969 for the debut album "The Allman Brothers Band"...

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Jodi Hilton, Getty Images
Jodi Hilton, Getty Images
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Baxter’s Attic: J. Geils Band With Magic Dick On Harmonica

In the Attic this morning, we played you the J. Geils Band with the one and only Magic Dick on Harmonica for their tune 'Whammer Jammer'.

Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images Entertainment
Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images Entertainment
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Baxter’s Attic: Mott the Hoople – “All the Way from Memphis”

In the Attic this morning, we played you Ian Hunter with his group Mott the Hoople. Hunter wrote this song about the terrible couple of days before the last concert of their tour in Memphis...

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Scott Gries/Getty Images
Scott Gries/Getty Images
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Baxter’s Attic: Steely Dan – “FM” (LIVE)

In the Attic this morning, we played you the theme song that Steely Dan wrote for the 1978 film "FM".

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