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Angel Eyes hails from Jeff Healey's debut album back in 1988 entitled See The Light.
The song reached #5 on the US Billboard Top 100. John Hiatt also covered this song in 1994 and again in 1998.
Gold was one of three singles from the John Stewart album from 1979 called Bombs Away Dream Babies.
The song was a top 5 hit in Canada, Australia and the US. Stevie Nicks sang backup on the track but she did not appear in the music video.
He later stopped playing the song in concert claiming it was empty.
Good Times is an old song from The Easybeats and was first released as a single in 1968. Jimmy Barnes and INXS decided to cover and record their version as a single in 1986.
The song went on to reach #2 in Australia but to my knowledge has never appeared on any Jimmy Barnes albums.
Hold On is a single from Gomm's very first album released back in 1987 entitled "Summer Holiday".
The song did well reaching #18 in the US and #44 in Canada.
Hurricane was not written by Levon Helm but he did included in on his 1980 album American Son.
Levon Helm never released his version as a single but Leon Everette did in 1981 and scored a #4 hit on the US Country charts.
In 2018, the rock band Band Of Heathens also covered the song.
I'm On Fire is of course is a song from Bruce Springsteen first released in 1985.
Canadian blues artist Matt Andersen from New Brunswick covered his version for the live album Live At Liberty Hotel. Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings and John Mayer to mention a few, also covered this song.
Let's Get The Show On The Road is a track from the Michael Stanley Band from their 1973 album Friends And Legends.
This track however was not released as a single.
Lonely Is The Night ... info soon
Meet Me On The Corner ... info soon
Mexican Girl is a track in Jackie Greene's 2002 album Gone Wanderin'.
This track was never released as a single.
Missing You was the lead single from John Wait's 1984 album No Brakes.
The song reached #1 in the US and #9 in the UK. John Waite and Alison Krauss also recorded a bluegrass version for one of her albums in 2007.
Tina Turned also covered the song in 1996 as well as Brooks & Dunn in 1999.
Move It On Over of course is an old Hank Williams country number from 1947. But in 1978, George Thorogood decided he wanted to do a bluesy version of the song for his 1978 album of the same name.
Although the song never charted on the US Main Rock charts, FM radio DJ's played this song relentlessly and for good reason.
Never Be Clever released this song as a single and to my knowledge has not appeared on any of his albums.
Because Herman Brood is Dutch, the song reached the top 10 in the Dutch market.
No Myth was Micheal Penn's only top 40 song when it peaked at #13 in the US in 1989.
The track can be found on his album March.
Nobody Knows is a track from the 1981 album by Squier called Don't Say No.
This song was dedicated to John Lennon. Four singles came from the album but this song was not one of them.
Red Right Hand was a single from Nick Cave's album Let Love In which came out in 1994. The song was also used several TV shows and the film Scream and Dumb And Dumber.
Iggy Pop and Snoop Dog are a few artists who covered this song. The song peaked at #62 in Australia and #81 in the UK.
Rock Me Gently came about from persistence by Andy Kim who had no record label and only enough money to record a single with two songs. Talk about a gutsy call, he put Rock Me Gently on side A and an instrumental version of Rock Me Gently on side B.
In 1974 the song hit #1 in the US and Canada, #2 in the UK and #10 in Ireland. It was his last top 10. Canadian Michelle Wright had a country hit in Canada in 1989 with a #7 hit.
September Song was a single from English singer JP Cooper from his 2017 debut album Raised Under Grey Skies.
The song peaked at #7 in the UK.
Shannon hit the airwaves in 1976 and reached #6 in the US and #1 in Canada and New Zealand for Henry Gross.
The song can be found on his album titled "Release".
Sugar Sugar was the most successful bubblegum pop song of all time when it was released in 1969. The song was a #1 in the US and the UK. It was written by Jeff Barry and Andy Kim and credited
to the fictional group and TV cartoon show The Archies. Wilson Pickett did a cover the following year and had a #4 hit on the R&B charts.
This Is My Life can be found on the album Gasolin' from 1976.
This Danish rock band, to my knowledge, never released this song was a single.
When I Go Away is a track from Levon Helms final album released in 2009 entitled Electric Dirt.
To my knowledge this song was never released as a single.
Wondrous Stories is from the group YES from their 1977 album Going For The One.
This was the first single from the album and reached #7 in the UK. It was a beautiful day in Montreux Switzerland when Jon Anderson finished writing the song after input from other members of the band.
Wouldn't It Be Good is a track from Nik Kershaw's 1984 album Human Racing.
The song was a #4 hit in the UK and a top 10 in Canada and Australia. Kershaw played this number at the Live aid show in Wembley Stadium in July 1985.
You Ain't Worth The Salt In My Tears is from the 1983 album One Night With A Stranger.
The single did reach #36 in the US and was his only big song.
You Belong To Me is an old number from 1952. It's been covered thru the years by many artists including Dean Martin, Tony Curtis, Bette Midler and others.
Jason Wade did a version for the 2001 animated film Shrek.
Thank you for stopping by this list of classic rock artists page and I hope the info here was helpful.