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Ram Jam



Black Betty by Ram Jam in 1977. Ram Jam was an American 1970s rock band, best known for their 1977 Top 20 hit "Black Betty". The band members were Bill Bartlett (guitar), Pete Charles (drums), Myke Scavone (lead singer), and Howie Arthur Blauvelt (bass). Jimmy Santoro, who toured with the band in support of their debut album joined on guitar for the follow-up album.

"Black Betty"-- "Let It All out"-- "Keep Your Hands on the Wheel"- "Right on the Money"-- "All for the Love of Rock 'n Roll"
"404"-- "High Steppin"-- "Overloaded"-- "Hey Boogie Woman"-- "Too Bad on Your Birthday"    * Buy the Ram Jam CD or Spiderbait CD

Ram Jam Version Good for about 65 MPH       Spiderbait Version Good To 90 MPH





Molly Hatchet



Flirtin' With Disaster by Molly Hatchet in 1979. Molly Hatchet is an American southern rock band formed in Jacksonville, Florida in 1971. The band took its name from a prostitute who allegedly mutilated and decapitated her clients. Flirtin' with Disaster is the second studio album released in 1979. Band members are Danny Joe Brown (vocals), Bruce Crump (drums), Dave Hlubek (guitar), Steve Holland (guitar), Duane Roland ( guitar), and Banner Thomas(bass).

"Whiskey Man"-- "It's All Over Now"-- "One Man's Pleasure"-- "Jukin' City"-- "Boogie No More"
"Flirtin' with Disaster"-- "Good Rockin"-- "Gunsmoke"-- "Long Time"-- "Let the Good Times Roll"    * Buy the CD

Good to 70 MPH





Little Feat



Let It Roll by Little Feat in 1988. Let It Roll is the eighth studio album by the American rock band Little Feat, released in 1988. (see 1988 in music). It is the first Little Feat studio album without Lowell George, after his death in 1979. Band members are; Paul Barrère (guitar, vocals), Sam Clayton (percussion, vocals), Craig Fuller (vocals, accordion, guitar), Kenny Gradney (bass), Richie Hayward (drums, vocals), Bill Payne (keyboards, vocals), Fred Tackett (guitar, mandolin, trumpet).

"Hate to Lose Your Lovin"-- "One Clear Moment"-- "Cajun Girl"-- "Hangin' on to the Good Times"-- "Listen to Your Heart"
"Let It Roll"-- "Long Time Till I Get over You"-- "Business as Usual"-- "Changin' Luck"-- "Voices on the Wind"    * Buy the CD

Good To 75 MPH





Danny Gatton



Sun Medley on Cruisin' Dueces by Danny Gatton in 1993. Gatton, (September 4, 1945 – October 4, 1994), was a masterful guitarist who committed suicide at his Maryland home in 1994 while still relatively unknown. Gatton has a voluminous discography. Ranked 63rd on Rolling Stone magazine's 100 Greatest Guitarists of all Time in 2003. Band on the album; Delbert McClinton (Vocals), Rodney Crowell (Vocals), Danny Gatton (Guitar,Bass,Steel Guitar,Vibraphone), Eluriel T. Barfield (Bass), and Timm Biery (Percussion).

"Funhouse"-- " Sun Medley"-- "Harlem Nocturne"-- "Thirteen Women"-- "Sky King"-- "Beat of the Night"-- "So Good"
"It Doesn't Matter Anymore"-- "Puddin' and Pie"-- "Tragedy"-- "Cruisin' Deuce"-- "Satisfied Mind"    * Buy the CD

Good To 70 MPH




Lynyrd Skynyrd



I Know A Little on Street Survivors by Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1977. Street Survivors is the fifth studio album by Southern rock band, Lynyrd Skynyrd released on October 17, 1977 and is the last Skynyrd album ever recorded by original members Ronnie Van Zant and Allen Collins. Three days after the album's release, on October 20, 1977, the band's chartered airplane crashed in route to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, killing the pilot, copilot, the group's assistant road manager and 3 band members, including lead singer and songwriter Ronnie Van Zant and guitarist/singer/songwriter Steve Gaines, and Gaines' sister, backup singer Cassie Gaines, and severely injuring most who survived the crash.

"What's Your Name"-- "That Smell"-- "One More Time"-- "I Know A Little"-- "You Got That Right"
"I Never Dreamed"-- "Honky Tonk Night Time Man"-- "Ain't No Good Life"    * Buy the CD

Good To 70 MPH





Glen Frey


Smugglers Blues on The Allnighter by Glenn Frey in 1984 . The Allnighter is the second album by Glenn Frey, released in 1984. GFrey (born November 6, 1948), is a musician, singer, songwriter, best known as one of the founding members of the Eagles. Musicians are; Glenn Frey (synthesizer, bass, guitar, piano, drums, keyboards, vocals), Barry Beckett ( synthesizer, piano), William Bergman (saxophone), Allan Blazek ( keyboards), Duncan Cameron ( guitar), Nick DeCaro (strings), Steve Forman ( percussion), Bryan Garofalo ( bass), Al Garth (sax), Heart Attack Horns, David Hood (bass), Michael Huey (drums), Josh Leo (guitar), Larry Londin (drums), Vince Melamed (piano), John Robinson (drums), Greg Smith (sax), Lee Thornburg (trumpet), David "Hawk" Wolinski (synthesizer), .Luther Waters, Oren Waters, Jack Tempchin, Roy Galloway, Victor Feldman (vocals).

"The All Nighter"-- "Sexy Girl"-- "I Got Love"-- "Somebody Else"-- "Lovers Moon"-- "Smuggler's Blues"
"Let's Go Home"--"Better in the U.S.A."-- "Living in the Darkness"-- "New Love"    * Buy the CD

Good To 70-75 MPH




Stevie Ray Vaughan


Rude Mood
on Texas Flood by Stevie Ray Vaughan in 1983. Texas Flood is an electric blues album by blues guitarist Stevie Ray Vaughan and his band Double Trouble, released in 1983. More popular than any blues album in nearly twenty years, Texas Flood was a surprise success for Vaughan, who had labored in obscurity for years. The album was recorded in only three days, at Jackson Browne's personal recording studio, in 1982 since the band had been playing many live sets beforehand. Musicians are; Chris Layton ( Drums), Tommy Shannon (Bass), Stevie Ray Vaughan (Guitar, Vocals). Grammy nominated in 1983 for "Best Blues Recording" along with "Rude Mood", which was nominated for "Best Rock Instrumental Performance."

"Love Struck Baby"-- "Pride and Joy"-- "Texas Flood"--- "Tell Me"-- "Testify"-- "Rude Mood"
"Mary Had a Little Lamb"-- "Dirty Pool"-- "I'm Cryin"-- "Lenny"    * Buy the CD

Good to 75-80 MPH





Delbert McClinton



Maybe Someday on Delbert McClinton: Live 2003 . Born 4 November 1940, in Lubbock, Texas, is a Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter and musician. Active as a side-man since at least 1962 and as a band leader since 1972, he has recorded several major-label albums, and has charted singles on the Billboard Hot 100, Mainstream Rock Tracks, and Hot Country Songs charts. His highest-peaking single was "Tell Me About It", a 1992 duet with Tanya Tucker which reached #4 on the country charts.

"Old Weakness"--"Leap Of Faith"--"I'm With You"--"I Wanna Thank You Baby"--"I Want To Love You"--"Smooth Talk"--"Maybe Someday Baby"
"Don't Want To Love You"--"New York City"--"Squeeze Me In"--"Dreams To Remember"--"Why Me?"--"Rebecca Rebecca"--"Back To Louisiana"
"When Rita Leaves"--"Livin' It Down"--"Giving It Up For Your Love"--"B-Movie Boxcar Blues"--"Fine and Healthy Thing"    * Buy the CD

Good To 69 MPH




lead-foot submissions


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Red Rider Lunatic Fringe


Lunatic Fringe by Red Rider was on their second album "As Far as Siam". The album was released in 1981 and featured the hit "Lunatic Fringe" which was used in the 1985 movie Vision Quest and which is now a mainstay on American classic rock radio. Red Rider formed in 1978, when Tom Cochrane joined up with Rob Baker on drums, Jeff Jones on bass, Peter Boynton on keyboards and Ken Greer. They were signed to Capitol Records and released their first album Don't Fight It in 1980. With the singles "White Hot" and "Don't Fight It", the album quickly reached gold status. The band released 10 albums from 1980 through 2002.

"Lunatic Fringe" -- "Cowboys in Hong Kong" -- "Only Game in Town" -- "Through the Curtain" -- "What Have You Got to Do"
"Ships" -- "Caught in the Middle" -- "Don't Let Go of Me" -- "Laughing Man"   * Buy the CD   * 'Artist Discography'

Submitted by Gary B. from Canada. This LeadFoot tune cost Gary $138. Gold Star "Was, at one time the anthem of youth-still gets the pulse racing": We agree! 

Good to 90 MPH or 145 KPH





Commander Cody


Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen - Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen formed in 1967 in Ann Arbor, Michigan, with core members George Frayne as (Commander Cody), John Tichy, Billy Farlow, Bill Kirchen, Andy Stein, Paul "Buffalo" Bruce Barlow, Lance Dickerson, and Bobby Black. The band’s name was taken from a 1950s film series character named Commando Cody and from the film "King of the Rocket Men" released under the title Lost Planet Airmen. Currently Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen consists of Mark Emerick on guitar, Steve Barbuto on drums, Chris Olsen on pedal steel, and Randy Bramwell on bass. Other past members include Norton Buffalo, Lance Dickerson, Steve Davis, Peter Siegel, Rick Mullen and Rick Higginbotham.

"Hot Rod Lincoln" - Originally written and performed by Charlie Ryan in 1955 and performed by Johnny Bond in 1959 and Commander Cody and the Lost Planet Airmen in 1972. Given the time frame we figured this was the version Greg was listening to.

Lost In The Ozone - Back To Tennessee - Wine Do Yer Stuff - Seeds And Stems - Daddy's Gonna Treat You Right - Family Bible - My Home In My Hand - Lost In The Ozone - Midnight Shift - Hot Rod Lincoln - What's The Matter Now? - Flight Rock - Beat Me Daddy, Eight To The Bar.  *Buy The CD  * 'Artist Discography'

Submitted by Greg G. This LeadFoot tune cost Greg $100. Gold Star Commander Cody - Hot Rod Lincoln Still winds it up to 110!

Greg Says - "1978 Flying down Mt Shasta, California on Interstate 5 in my 1969 Camaro- Passing cars like they were standing still. If it wasn't for a tail light out he never would have caught me said the officer. $100.00 was a lot of money back then."






Linda Ronstadt

Poor Poor Pitiful Me was performed by Linda Ronstadt on her "Simple Dreams" album from 1977. Poor Poor Pitiful Me was written by Warren Zevon and is one of Linda's many hit recordings. Linda Ronstadt is an American recording artist who has earned 10 Grammy Awards, 2 Academy of Country Music awards, an Emmy Award, an American Latino Media Arts Award, numerous gold, platinum and multiplatinum albums, in addition to Tony Award and Golden Globe nominations. Linda was one of the primary female singers/performers of the '70s pop-rock scene. While not considered a songwriter herself, she had an ability to interpret the songs of others with an intuitive emotional sense of how the song should be performed. Linda Ronstadt is regarded as one of music's most versatile and commercially successful female singers in U.S. history.   *Buy The CD   *'Artist Discography'

Simple Dreams -- It's so Easy - Carmelita - Simple Man, Simple Dream - Sorrow Lives Here - I Never Will Marry - Blue Bayou - " Poor Poor Pitiful Me" - Maybe I'm Right - Tumbling Dice - Old Paint.
Submitted By ronstadtfanaz from Arizona who got nailed for a $171 ticket.

ronstadtfanaz says;
"I was rushing home, through an unmarked zone, when some lady cut off my Z. Had to pass her fast in a 35 when the radar photo'd me. Oh poor pitiful me. Poor poor pitiful me. The boys in blue won't let me be. Lord have mercy on me. Woe, woe is me.




ZZ Top


 ZZ Top - My Head's In Mississippi appears on the Recycler Album, the tenth studio album by ZZ Top. American rock band, ZZ Top formed in the summer of 1969 in Houston, Texas. The band currently consists of guitarist and lead vocalist Billy Gibbons, bassist and co-lead vocalist Dusty Hill, and drummer Frank Beard. Since the release of their first album in January 1971, ZZ Top has become known for its strong blues roots. ZZ Top's musical style has changed over the years, beginning with blues-inspired rock on their early albums to the incorporation of New Wave, punk rock and dance-rock, with heavy use of synthesizers. ZZ Top were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004.
  *Buy the CD   *'Artist Discography'

Recycler -- Concrete And Steel -- Lovething -- Penthouse Eyes -- Tell It -- My Head's In Mississippi -- Decision Or Collision -- Give It Up -- 2000 Blues -- Burger Man -- Doubleback

Submitted by Reg from the big state of Texas. Reg got 5 tickets in this one stop and is still fighting them. Keep us posted Reg, you might be our first Flaming Star. X5



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Seasons In The Abyss by Slayer in 1990. Seasons in the Abyss is the fifth studio album by the thrash metal band Slayer. Released in 1990 by Def American Records. Seasons in the Abyss is Slayer's third major label release, and came with a Parental Advisory label for lyrically depicted violence. Musicians are; Tom Araya (bass, vocals), Jeff Hanneman (guitar), Kerry King (guitar), Dave Lombardo (drums).

"War Ensemble"--"Blood Red"--"Spirit in Black"--"Expendable Youth"--"Dead Skin Mask"--"Hallowed Point"
"Skeletons of Society"--"Temptation"-- "Born of Fire"--"Seasons in the Abyss"    * Buy the CD   * 'Artist Discography'

Submitted by Shawn.    Shawn Got Off With A Warning.  

Good to 67 MPH




Cherry Poppin' Daddies


Dr. Bones by Cherry Poppin' Daddies - The Cherry Poppin' Daddies on Zoot Suit Riot, serve up a swinging, horn-driven set of tunes that favors high spirited, jazzy numbers over the guitar-based introspection of post-grunge rock & roll. Cuts like "Ding-Dong Daddy of the D-Car Line" and the title track keep things jumping in the tradition of Louis Jordan. The Cherry Poppin' Daddies: Steve Perry (vocals, guitar); Jason Moss (guitar); Ian Early (alto & tenor saxophones); Sean Flannery (tenor saxophone); Dana Heitman (trumpet, trombone); Darren Cassidy (bass); Tim Donahue (drums).

Zoot Suit Riot - -" Zoot Suit Riot" -- "Ding-Dong Daddy of the D-Car Line" -- "When I Change Your Mind" -- "Here Comes the Snake" -- "Mister White Keys" -- "Come Back to Me" -- "Brown Derby Jump" -- "Dr. Bones" -- "Pink Elephant" -- "Master and Slave"  -- "Drunk Daddy" -- "Mercy For Swine" -- "Cherry Poppin' Daddy Strut" -- "Shake Your Lovemaker" 
* Buy the CD   * 'Artist Discography'

Submitted By Jaimie. Talked herself out of a ticket, but got an "official warning" .

Good to 70 MPH







 Montrose, a California band originally featured Ronnie Montrose on guitar and Sammy Hagar with bassist Bill Church and drummer Denny Carmassi. Prior to Montrose, guitarist Ronnie Montrose had been a successful session musician, playing with bassist Bill Church on Van Morrison's Tupelo Honey album, and on albums by Beaver & Krause and Herbie Hancock. Ronnie Montrose was also a member of the Edgar Winter Group, playing on the hit singles Free Ride and Frankenstein from the best-selling album They Only Come Out at Night (1972).  The original Montrose lineup formed in early 1973 after Ronnie Montrose decided to leave the Edgar Winter Group. Both Hagar and Carmassi had previously worked together and were recruited from local San Francisco-area cover bands, while Bill Church and Ronnie Montrose were acquainted from their session days. Assisted by producer Ted Templeman who heard their demos the newly formed band secured a deal with Warner Bros.  The band was originally billed as ‘Ronnie Montrose and Friends’, for their public debut on April 21,1973 through a radio broadcast aired on KSAN FM’s Tom Donahue show featured the band's complete ten song performance recorded at the Record Plant in Sausalito.

Montrose (Best Of) - Rock the Nation - Bad Motor Scooter - Space Station #5 - Rock Candy - I Got The Fire - Spaceage Sacrifice - We're Going Home - Paper Money - All I Need - Twenty Flight Rock - Clown Woman - Dancin' Feet - Let's Go - Jump On It - Music Man - M For Machine - Stand - Ready Willing and Able. * Buy the CD   * 'Artist Discography'

Submitted by Straycats from Michigan who received a Strong Warning. An easy triple digit MPH Band!
StrayCats says; Blasting north of Higgins Lake on I-75 back in 1986. "Montrose" in the cassette, and the 3 songs most apt to cause pedal depression started: Rock The Nation/Bad Motor Scooter/Space Station #5. State Officer caught me running near the ton (100mph), but when he came up to the car, heard the tune, he said "I love Montrose! Great band!". There was NO traffic, so I was only endangering myself, but he let me off with a SERIOUS verbal warning. Asked me if hitting a black bear or elk at 100 would be a thrill. I replied that it would not,and he let me roll. I did keep the speed down, changed tapes and moved on. Oh; the tape that went in? "Rare Earth Live" which is just as bad for inducing speed. Oh well... "   Hey If you can't crank it in the Motor City State, where else?




Golden Earring



Radar Love by Golden Earring in 1973 on Moontan. They are a Dutch rock band, founded in 1961. They had international chart success with the songs "Eight Miles High" in 1969, "Radar Love" in 1973, "Twilight Zone" in 1982, and "When The Lady Smiles" in 1984. Musicians are Barry Hay (vocals, guitar, flute and saxophone), George Kooymans (vocals and guitar), Rinus Gerritsen (bass and keyboard), and Cesar Zuiderwijk (drums and percussion).

"Radar Love"--"Candy's Going Bad"-- "Vanilla Queen"--"Big Tree, Blue Sea"--"Are You Receiving Me"     * Buy the CD   * 'Artist Discography'

Submitted by Lewis.   No Ticket/No Warning  Star

Submitted by Seamus from Colorado.   No Ticket/No Warning  Star Seamus says " There is no speed limit on the Autoban, but I did blow the engine of my mustang at 165 Mph!"

Good to 65+ MPH


Indigenous Blues From The Sky


 Blues From the Sky. The  band Indigenous displays a striking command of modern blues rock. Although they started as a family band on the Nakota reservation in South Dakota, Indigenous has over the last few years become the province of the sole original remaining member, Mato Nanji. The blues community has always known about Nanji's stellar blues guitar playing, which some have compared to Stevie Ray Vaughn's or Jimi Hendrix. Many of the songs were co -written with his wife and concern strife, both emotional and political. Leah also contributes gospel-inflected backing vocals giving that extra punch to each track. The band originally consisted of two brothers, Mato Nanji on vocals and guitar, Pte on bass guitar, along with their sister, Wanbdi on drums, vocals, and their cousin, Horse on (percussion). The Nakota Nation members grew up on South Dakota's Yankton Indian Reservation, where their father, Greg Zephier, a musician in his own right during the 60s and '70s, became a spokesperson for Native American rights.

"Holdin' Out" -- "Begin to Wonder" -- "Don't Take Your Time" -- "Blues From the Sky" -- "Blues This Morning" -- "Water" -- "I Wonder Why
"Bring Back That Day" -- "Red House" -- "(Untitled) - (Hidden Track)"  * Buy the CD  *'Artist Discography'


This baby's good to 90+MPH



Joe Bonamassa Burnin Hell


Blues Deluxe. As the electric guitar ace Joe Bonamassa was so strongly inspired by blues and blues-oriented six-stringers (i.e., Clapton, Johnny Winter), many of his fans would politely pester him about doing a disc of blues standards. This is a definite "Down n' Dirty Roadhouse Blues album". If axe-men such as Johnny Winter, Rory Gallagher, and Buddy Guy get your motor red-lining, this album is a must. Players: Joe Bonamassa (vocals, guitar); Jon Paris (harmonica); Benny Harrison (Hammond B-3 organ); Eric Czar (electric bass); Kenny Kramme (drums).

Blues Deluxe -- "You Upset Me, Baby" -- " Burning Hell" -- 'Blues Deluxe' -- " Man of Many Words" -- " Woke up Dreaming" -- " I Don't Live Anywhere"
" Wild About You Baby" -- " Long Distance Blues" -- " Pack It Up" -- " Left Overs" -- " Walking Blues" -- " Mumbling Word"  * Buy the CD  *'Artist Discography'

Indigenous and Bonamassa, Submitted by Greg.  No Ticket/No Warning  Star

Another 90+MPH





Deep Purple Highway Star


Deep Purple. Highway Star from the re-mastered Machine Head was a definite heavy classic, it was here that the band's amped-up blues, progressive instrumentals, screaming guitars, and thunderous rhythms crystallized for the ages, laying the foundation for hard rock and heavy metal throughout the '70s, '80s, and '90s. The adrenaline rush of Highway Star was born on a tour bus going to Portsmouth in 1971 when a reporter asked the band how they wrote songs. To demonstrate, guitarist Ritchie Blackmore grabbed an acoustic and began playing a riff consisting of a single "G" repeated over and over, while vocalist Ian Gillan improvised lyrics over the top. The song was refined and was performed that same night. Current Players are Ian GillanSteve MorseRoger GloverDon AireyIan Paice, former players included; Ritchie BlackmoreJon LordRod EvansNick SimperDavid CoverdaleGlenn HughesTommy BolinJoe Lynn TurnerJoe Satriani.   *Buy the CD   *'Artist Discography'

Highway Star -- Maybe I'm a Leo -- Pictures of Home -- Never Before -- Smoke on the Water -- Lazy -- Space Truckin'

Submitted by rootboy of Florida  No Ticket/No Warning  Star "Highway Star the Remix makes my foot go to the floor every time."

Another 90+MPH






AC/DC. T.N.T. originally appears on the second domestic album by the same name. AC/DC are an Australian rock band formed in 1973 by brothers Malcolm and Angus Young. Although AC/DC is commonly classified as hard rock and is considered to be a pioneer of heavy metal, they have always considered their music to be rock and roll. T.N.T. was the second AC/DC album released in their home country of Australia. The more recognized tracks were later combined with the band's first domestic album, High Voltage, and reissued internationally as "High Voltage" in 1976. Current members include Brian Johnson – lead vocals - Angus Young – lead guitar - Malcolm Young – rhythm, backing vocals - Cliff Williams – bass, backing vocals - Phil Rudd – drums, percussion. Former players included Dave Evans – lead vocals (1973–74) - Bon Scott – lead vocals (1974–80) - Mark Evans – bass, backing vocals (1975–77) - Simon Wright – drums, percussion (1983–89) - Chris Slade – drums, percussion (1989–94).   * Buy The CD    *'Artist Discography'

TNT -- It's a Long Way to the Top -- Rock 'N' Roll Singer -- The Jack -- Live Wire -- T.N.T. -- Rocker -- Can I Sit Next to You Girl -- High Voltage -- School Days

Submitted by ric822 from California No Ticket/No Warning  Star As with pretty much everything by AC/DC this one's good for 80-90 MPH





Wet Willie

 Wet Willie an American band from Mobile, Alabama were best known for their hit "Keep On Smilin'," making the top 10 on the Billboard Chart in 1974. Wet Willie also had several other songs that charted in the 1970s utilizing their unique brand of Southern rock, including "Country Side Of Life," "Everything That 'Cha Do", "Leona," "Street Corner Serenade" and "Weekend". Drummer Lewis Ross assembled the musicians for a group called "Fox" in the summer of 1969, later becoming known as "Wet Willie." Wet Willie was a high-energy driven Southern rock band that, from 1971 until 1978, produced albums displaying a unique mix of sound ranging from blues-rock to Southern soul.
 The core members of the band were Jimmy Hall on vocals, harmonica and saxophone, Jack Hall (brother to Jimmy) on bass, John Anthony on keyboards, Ricky Hirsch on guitar, and Lewis Ross on drums and percussion. The two background female vocalists "The Williettes" were an integral part of the band's sound, and featured Donna Hall (sister to Jimmy and Jack). Keyboardist Mike Duke joined the band for the "The Wetter The Better" album and remained a member. Occasional backup singers included Elkie Brooks and Leslie Hawkins.
 Wet Willie released several albums on the Capricorn Records label between 1971 and 1977 as well as a "Greatest Hits" album on Polydor Records two final studio albums on Epic Records with hit compilations and live recordings being released as late as 2006. Their best-known release was the 1973 live album, Drippin' Wet. Wet Willie toured and recorded extensively from 1969 through the early Eighties, and still perform today with 2 different lineups, depending on the members, when Jimmy Hall is with the band, it is billed as Wet Willie, without it is billed as The Wet Willie Band.    * Buy The CD  *'Artist Discography'

Keep On Smilin' - Country Side of Life - Keep on Smilin' - Trust in the Lord - Soul Sister - Alabama - Lucy Was in Trouble - Soul Jones - Don't Wait Too Long - Spanish Moss - In Our Hearts.

Submitted by "Steady Eddie" from Pennsylvania No Ticket/No Warning  Star Wet Willie's good to 75 MPH




Deep Purple Speed King

  Deep Purple. Speed King is a song by British hard rock band Deep Purple from their 1970 album Deep Purple in Rock. Speed King, possibly the loudest song on album, showcased Deep Purple's improvisational skills, both in the original and live performances. Speed King was the first song written by vocalist Ian Gillan, joining popular hooks/catch phrases of Elvis Presley, Little Richard and Chuck Berry songs.
Current Players are Ian GillanSteve MorseRoger GloverDon AireyIan Paice, former players included; Ritchie BlackmoreJon LordRod EvansNick SimperDavid CoverdaleGlenn HughesTommy BolinJoe Lynn TurnerJoe Satriani.
  *Buy the CD   *'Artist Discography'

Deep Purple In Rock -- Speed King - Bloodsucker - Child In Time - Flight of the Rat - Into The Fire - Living Wreck - Hard Lovin' Man - Black Night - Speed King - Cry Free - Jam Stew - Flight of the Rat - Speed King - Black Night

Submitted by Walter from Venez  No Ticket/No Warning  Star "comments: Powerful tune to wake up and start a fast day on the road."

Another 90+MPH (Aren't all Deep Purple Songs 90+?)




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