Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
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Is This Love. "Is This Love" was on Whitesnake's self-titled album. The video features lead singer David Coverdale's ex-wife, Tawny Kitaen.
Jimi Hendrix. The "Are You Experienced?" album was released in 1967. "Foxey Lady" and "Stone Free" also appear on the album.
The Smiths. "How Soon Is Now?" can be found on the album "Meat Is Murder". Morrissey was the singer for The Smiths at the time.
U2. "Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses?" can be found on U2's 1991 album "Actung Baby". U2 also asked "Is That All?" on their 1981 album, "October".
True. "Who Will You Run To?" was from Heart's album "Bad Animals". Another question-asking song was "What About Love?" from the 1985 album "Heart".
Paula Cole. "Where Have All the Cowboys Gone?" was from Paula's album "This Fire", released in 1996. Paula's other releases include "Harbinger" and "Amen".
Why. "Why?" was on Annie's album "Diva". Other songs on the album include "Walking on Broken Glass" and "Little Bird".
The Cranberries. This Cranberries album was released in 1993 and featured the hits "Dreams" and "Linger". The band is from Ireland.
The Who. Both "Who's Next?" and "Who Are You?" are now available as remastered CDs. Another album by The Who that has a question for a title is "Who's Missing?".
|This band released an album in 1995 called "(What's The Story) Morning Glory?" Which band was it?||The Title is a Question
Oasis. "(What's The Story) Morning Glory?" contains the hit songs "Wonderwall" and "Champagne Supernova". Oasis has often been compared to The Beatles.
|Marvin Gaye's hit "What's Goin' On?" has a universal anti-war sentiment. Who does he address directly in the song's lyrics?||Songs That Ask a Question
mother, father and brother. "What's Goin' On?" from the album of the same name was released in 1971. It was written by Motown songwriter Al Cleveland and Four Tops member Renaldo "Obie" Benson. Gaye wrote the lyrics and worked on the arrangement; the three were golfing partners. Gaye was inspired by the stories his brother Frankie told him when he came back from the Vietnam war. It was one of the first Motown songs to make a powerful political statement.
|Lou Reed raised many questions in the lyrics of a "New York Conversation." Which is NOT one of them?||Songs That Ask a Question
who went down to Central Park?. The song "New York Conversation" from the "Transformer" album, released in 1972, was sung and written by Lou Reed. Produced by David Bowie and Mick Ronson, the album sets the mood and landscape of New York during this time period.
she's dead. The title of the song is "Lady D'arbanville" from the album "Mona Bone Jakon", released in 1970. The singer/songwriter is Cat Stevens. It's been said the song
was inspired by Stevens' girlfriend at the time, actress Patti D'Arbanville. Cat Stevens, now known as Yusuf Islam, converted to the Islamic faith in 1978.
|"Mr Baker can you tell us why your secretary had to leave this town?"is just one accusation made by this song's mini skirted momma. Who was she addressing and what was the name of the song (one and the same name)?||Songs That Ask a Question
Harper Valley PTA. This song, "Harper Valley PTA", was sung by Jeannie C. Riley, released in 1968
from the album of the same name. The songwriter is Tom T. Hall.
The song won the 1968 Grammy Award for Best Country & Western Vocal Performance. It was also voted the Single of the Year by the Country Music Association. It topped both the Pop and Country charts in America, the first song by a female country artist to achieve this feat.
|This Peter Sarstedt hit from the late '60s criticizing the so called 'jet set', has a question as the song's title. What is it?||Songs That Ask a Question
where do you go to, my lovely...?. The title of this song is "Where Do You Go To, My Lovely...?" Sung and written by Peter Sarstedt, it's from the album "The Best of Peter Sarstedt" which was released in 1969.
This song is supposedly about a young girl born in poverty in Naples, Italy, who grows up to become a member of the jet-set. It has been alleged that Peter Sarstedt had in mind the movie star Sophia Loren, who was herself bought up in the back streets of Naples.
blowing in the wind. The song's title is "Blowin' in the Wind," which was recorded on the album "The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan" and released in 1963 by the
singer/songwriter Bob Dylan.
Dylan claims that he wrote this song in about ten minutes one afternoon. The Dylan version of this song was never a hit. It was covered by Peter, Paul & Mary, introducing many people to the music of Bob Dylan who was a little-known folk singer at the time.
the child. The title of the song is "God Bless the Child", made famous by the wonderful
Billie Holiday, who co-wrote it with Arthur Herzog, Jr. It was first recorded on May 9, 1941 in New York City by Holiday under the OKeh label. She recorded the song with Eddie Heywood and His Orchestra.
|In the angst ridden and introspective Radiohead song "Creep", the lead singer refers to himself as a freak and a weirdo and asks...what?||Songs That Ask a Question
what the hell am I doing here?. The song title is "Creep," from the Radiohead album "Pablo Honey," recorded in 1993. The singer/songwriter is the band's front man, Thom Yorke.
In the album version, the words are contain offensive material, but for radio, the song was re-cut as, "You're so very special." Yorke said he regretted changing the line as the song lost its anger as a result.
|We may not be able to tell you "why she cried and why she lied to me"; but do you know which song writing duo asked this question?||Songs That Ask a Question
Lennon and McCartney. The song is "Tell Me Why?" from the "Hard Day's Night" album, recorded in 1964
by the The Beatles. The songwriters are John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
On the surface, the song "Tell Me Why" appears to have all the ingredients of a feel good Beatles song. However, McCartney suggests that John's lyrics in 'Tell Me Why' may have been based in real experiences, coming from arguments with his wife Cynthia.
a guy with a pin to burst your bubble. In order to get "enough germs to catch pneumonia", you need to "kiss a guy"! The song title is "I'll Never Fall in Love Again" from the album of the same name, recorded in 1970 by Dionne Warwick. The music was written by Burt Bacharach and the lyrics by Hal David. It was originally written in 1968 for the musical "Promises, Promises".
Check out Burt Bacharach and Elvis Costello with Austin Powers in "The Spy Who Shagged Me". This is a nice version of the song!
|Which all-girl group had a hit in 1961 with the song "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?"||Sing Me a Question
The Shirelles. "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" (also known as "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow"), was written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin in 1969, and is reputed to be Carol King's answer to ex-boyfriend Neil Sedaka's recording of "Oh, Carol".
The Shirelles took the song to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. They were the very first all-girl group to achieve this feat. On the "Rolling Stone" list of "The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time", "Will You Love Me Tomorrow?" is ranked at number 126.
This song has been covered by many artists, some of the more notable being Brenda Lee, Ben E King The Chiffons, Dusty Springfield, Lesley Gore, Jackie DeShannon, Cher, Linda Ronstadt, Roberta Flack, Carole King, and Elton John.