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10-20-2006 08:10 PM
1916 ford c cab Somebody beat me to it
10-20-2006 07:24 AM
wishnevsky Do you have he Dwayne Alman on Aretha Franklin's "Chanin Of Fools?" Stevie Ray Vaughn is on a few cuts of Jessica Warn's Cover album of Leonard Cohen Songs, "Famous Blue RainCoat." Not much car content, but a great album..
10-20-2006 07:11 AM
Originally Posted by BMM
Fan are we?
I just likes my tunes.

I always find it interesting to discover more "established" artists helping out an up and comer on their first album, so I was making note of that. I also like to go back and check out an artist's first attempts at becoming established themselves by working with already established artists. For instance, long before he became popular, Stevie Ray Vaughan played guitar for David Bowie on his album "Let's Dance." That's the only reason I own the album.

Just a side hobby of mine...
10-19-2006 08:23 PM
BMM Fan are we?
10-19-2006 08:15 PM
Originally Posted by wishnevsky
"Get Out of Denver" and "Night Moves" Bob Seeger

And was it Meatloaf that did "Paradise by the Dashboard Light"?

Yes it was - on the "Bat out of Hell" album. Edgar Winter played saxophone, Todd Rundgren played guitar, and Max Weinberg played drums on that song - Ellen Foley was the female vocalist.
10-19-2006 07:25 PM
Another one....

How about "Rev on the Redline"
10-19-2006 02:22 PM
wishnevsky "Get Out of Denver" and "Night Moves" Bob Seeger

And was it Meatloaf that did "Paradise by the Dashboard Light"?
10-19-2006 02:10 PM
BMM Highway Star - Deep Purple.
10-19-2006 10:22 AM
36Tudor I like "Animals" by Nickelback.
10-18-2006 06:19 PM
wishnevsky I tracked this one down too..

Seven Little Girls (Sitting In The Back Seat)
by Paul Evans & The Curls

Seven little girls, sitting in the backseat,
Kissing and a-hugging with Fred,
I said "Hey, would one of you come up and sit beside me?"
And this is what the seven girls said:

"Keep your mind on your driving, keep your hands on the wheel,
Keep your snoopy eyes on the road ahead,
We're having fun, sitting in the backseat,
Kissing and a-hugging with Fred!"


Drove through the town, drove through the country,
Showed them how a motor could go,
I said, "Would one of you like to see my dual carbureator?"
And the seven girls whispered low...
One, two...

And as for "409" Beach boys, of course.

Here is a page with some muscle car songs..
10-18-2006 06:09 PM
Originally Posted by HotRod67Nova
The beep, beep beep song is Little Nash Rambler.
By the Playmates
10-18-2006 03:56 PM
Song title

The beep, beep beep song is Little Nash Rambler.
10-18-2006 03:54 PM
An Old Guy

After seven pages of posts, I did not a see mention of 409 (not the cleaner)
10-18-2006 07:18 AM
wishnevsky Here is a complete list of HotRod Lincoln Songs, with lyrics, including "Hot Rod Hades" which i remembered as "The Hot Rod Lincoln Goes to Hell"

And who says epic poetry is dead?...

And i read that Charlie Ryan, see a post above, is in bad health, he is 91. I'm not totally sure he is still alive, but i went and ordered a cd and a signed picture just to help out a little..
10-18-2006 02:05 AM
car songs

after reading this i thought of 1 not here yet - by jan & dean - the anaheim, azusa, cucamonga sewing circle, book review, and timimg association..
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