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Bob Welch dies at 66; Fleetwood Mac guitarist and singer
Guitarist and singer Bob Welch, whose work in the early 1970s for Fleetwood Mac set the stage for the band's multi-platinum success later in the decade, died on Thursday at his home in Nashville. He was 66. FOR THE RECORD: An earlier version of this ...

Bob Welch, Fleetwood Mac guitarist and singer, dies at 66
By RANDALL ROBERTS — Los Angeles Times Guitarist and singer Bob Welch, whose work in the early 1970s for Fleetwood Mac set the stage for the band's multi-platinum success later in the decade, died on Wednesday at his home in Nashville, Tenn.

Former Fleetwood Mac member Bob Welch found dead
(AP) - Nashville police say Bob Welch, a former member of Fleetwood Mac who also had a solo career, has died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. He was 65. Police spokesman Don Aaron said Welch was found dead by his wife with a chest wound at their ...

Ex-Fleetwood Mac member Bob Welch dead
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Bob Welch, an early member of rock band Fleetwood Mac who enjoyed a successful solo career with hits such as 'Ebony Eyes,' died on Thursday of an apparent suicide at home in Nashville. He was 66. Police said Welchs body was ...

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Will Verlander win 25? ...or more? by Chipmaker Q: Justin Verlander picked up his 24th win today, a ho-hum 8 shutout innings against Oakland. He'll have at least one more start, probably Friday 9/23 against Baltimore in Detroit. The O's are awful this season, so he's got a really good chance at 25 wins. Both AL Division Series begin on Friday 9/30 (weather permitting), and clearly the Tigers will want V on the mound for the opener. What about between the Baltimore game and the postseason? Any chance Leyland might give him a five-inning (maximum) "tune-up" start? It would be on short rest, but that could be compensated by taking him out early against the Orioles. He could collect two wins if the runs get scored properly. The last pitcher to win 25 games was Bob Welch in 1990, when he had 27. Prior to that was Steve Stone in 1980, with 25. It's become a dying milestone. Think Verlander will do it?

A: He'll probably only get one more start. Leyland will give him a little extra rest and set him up to go game one in the playoffs. 25 sounds right.

Ok - time for some 70's music. What do you think about these songs? by Mike H Music Man in New Orleans Q: I am leaving Led Zeppelin, The Stones and The Who out so I can list some lesser known songs. 1 - Cry Baby - Janis Joplin http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDIaDS9HhMw 2 - Tapestry - Carol King http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWWGbDTsBEk 3 - Hypnotized - Fleetwood Mac - early Fleetwood Mac with Bob Welch on vocals http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZlIYM7CmX0 4 - Hand Me Down World - The Guess Who http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3glIQUauMLc 5 - Lowdown - Chicago http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=toyWz5dg7AQ 6 - Go Down Gamblin - Blood Sweat and Tears http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vICZbQ8kwRQ 7 - Pagan Baby - Creedence Clearwater Revival http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_y-CHghv3w 8 - Back Street Kids - Black Sabbath http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3h45xmW2cY 9 - Child In Time - Deep Purple - I couldn't resist putting this song on the list - It's one of my all time favorites by anybody http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfAWReBmxEs 10 - Southern Man - Neil Young http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kVRxdPWV3RM I am going to have to do a second question on the 70's because I haven't even touched on Punk, Glam, Early Metal and I can't leave out Tom Waits and others like him. So look for a sequel.

A: Great stuff Mike the Guess Who right here from my home town. And I have met Burton Cummings. And Thomas the singer for Blood Sweat & Tears also another great Canadian, and a great contack of mine who is no longer on R&P as much, when by Wonderful Tonight's brother played in the horn section of Blood Sweat and Tears for a while I believe. all great tunes and I love what you are doing, by leaving out some of the better known bands of that time, as my favorite the Stones. But hey it was not just them and the Beatles that made the 70's or 60's. take care dave

Where did these players make the best of there careers? by Tommy Q: 1.Wade Boggs 2.Cecil Fielder 3.Mark McGwire 4.Bobby Bonds 5.Gary Carter 6.Dave Winfield 7.Barry Bonds 8.Bo Jackson 9.REG-GIE Jackson 10.Calrton Fisk 11.Alex Rodriguez 12.Roger Clemens 13.Dave Stewart 14.Bob Welch 15.Mike Piazza 16.Frank Viola 17.Roberto Alomar 18.Chuck Knoblach 19.Mike Mussina 20.Manny Ramirez 21.Roy White 22.Babe Ruth 23.Hank Aaron 24.Nolan Ryan 25.Rickey Henderson

A: wade boggs- Boston Red Sox Cecil Fielder - Detroit tigers Mark McGuire - St.Louis Cardinals Bobby Bonds - San Fransico Giants Gary Carter - Montreal Expos Dave WinField - New York Yankees Barry Bonds - San Fransico Giants Alex Rodriguez - New York Yankees Roger Clemens - New York Yankees Mike Piazza - New York Mets Mike Mussina - New York Yankees Many Ramirez - Boston Red Sox Hank Aaron - Milwaukee Brewers/ Braves Go onto Wikipedia and Search its fairly easy.

What do you think if your favorite baseball team was playing against this team in your division? by ihatethediamondbacksmlb Q: This team is comparable to the Florida Marlins of 2010. 2009 squad is over, catcher Sandy Martinez, First Base Garrett Atkins, Second Base Doug DeCinces, Shortstop Jim Fregosi, Third Base Joe Crede, Left Field Kent Hrbbek, Center Field Brad Komminsk Right Field Danny Tartabull, Infielder Russ Adams, Utility John Moses, Outfielder Jim Bennett, Catcher Keith McDonald, Infielder Herb Perry, No. 1 Starter Doug Drabek, No. 2 Jim Beattie, No. 3 Starter Tom Poholsky, No. 4 Starter Jamey Wright, No. 5 Starter Bob Welch, Closer Steve Kealey, Setup Heathcliff Slocumb, Reliever Drew Hall, Reliever Kurt Ainsworth, Reliever John Cerutti, Reliever Brendan Donnelly, Reliever Jeff Musselman

A: Huh? What? ... what Marlins, this ain't Marlins team. hmm....huh?

Why in the world would you think Andy Pettite is a future HOFer? by Q: I realize most of the posters here are illiterate 17 year olds who think everyone in the Majors will be the Hall of Fame - but let's take a look at Pettite. Let's put aside the steroid thing which alone assure he will never make the hall - His career ERA is 3.88. No pitcher will make the Hall with an ERA that high. There is no pitcher in there right now with an ERA that high and he played for powerful hitting teams. Had he pitched for the Royals during this era, his win-loss record would be reversed. He won two 20-win seasons and never won a Cy Young. His post season ERA is also high, 3.83 (compared to someone else known for his post season pitching, John Smoltz, which is 2.67). He was a benefactor of great hitting teams. He only made 3 all star teams. His career WHIP is an awful 1.35. Comparable pitchers in baseball-reference include non-HOFers David Well, Kevin Brown, Bob Welch and Orel Herschiser, all guy who other 17 year olds once said would be in the Hall (and none will) and also Catfish Hunter who many think would never be in the Hall if he hadn't played for NY. Guys like Tommy John and Jim Kaat have way more wins with lower ERAs and they won't be in the Hall. Jack Morris was a better pitcher, had the most wins in the 80s and also has a high ERA and he will never be in the Hall. And then there's the steroid thing. That's just the nail in the coffin. Hall of Good? Certainly. Hall of Fame? Not in this universe. How do you refute these points and just saying "he was great," or "he has a lot of wins" isn't refuting anything. (please note, hostile responses and illiterate one letter worded sentences will be blocked) What say you? . For you folks who say "he's a Yankee, that's good enough, you may want to look into a fellow named Don Mattingly and revise your answer. Blue - the two 20-win seasons like Maddux is a completely unfair comparison when Maddux won 4 Cy Youngs. How about comparing him to others who had a lot of 20-win seasons and never won a CY and are nto in the Hall who have better stats, like Tiant, McNally, Cuellar or Dave Stewart, a more apt comparison.

A: You know, I don't think he will. In a different question today, I answered that he probably would make the Hall of Fame if he hadn't had his 'roid issues, but that was without looking up the numbers (I thought I had an idea of his totals, but I was wrong). For some reason, I thought he had a lot more than 240 wins. I thought he was within reach of 300, and as most would agree, 300 is an automatic ticket to Cooperstown. I was also surprised to learn about the 3.88 ERA; I thought it was much lower. But now that I've looked at his numbers, I'm inclined to agree. Pettitte won't make the Hall of Fame, even if the voters start forgiving steroid users.

Favorite Starting 5 Rotation and Closer For A Team? by Jase Q: Through the years what were some of your favorite starting 5 rotaions on a team? Also who was your favorite closer along with that staring rotation? Here are some of my favorites: 1994 Atlanta Braves Rotation: Greg Maddux Tom Glavine John Smoltz Steve Avery Kent Merker (I think Merker was one of the better 5th starters they had, to go along with the fab four) Closer: Greg McMichael 1990 Cincinnati Reds Rotation: Jose Rijo Tom Browning Danny Jackson Jack Armstrong Ron Robinson (In my opinion this was a very solid starting five, that year.) Closer: Randy Meyers 1989 Oakland A's Rotation: Dave Stewart Bob Welch Mike Moore Storm Davis Curt Young Closer: Dennis Eckersley (can't go wrong having one of the best MLB closers on your team) 1993 Chicago White Sox Rotation: Jack McDowell Alex Fernandez Wilson Alvarez Jason Bere Tim Belcher (I think this is one of the best rotations my favorite team ever had.) Closer: Roberto Hernandez

A: The 1998 New York Yankees starting rotation: 1. David Wells (threw a perfect game) 2. David Cone (won 20 wins) 3. Andy Pettite (your typical Texas work horse) 4. Hideki Irabu (solid samurai picked up 13 wins) 5. Orlando Hernandez (best windup ever) Closer: Mariano Rivera (arguably the best closer ever)

Are you ready for Cowboy Neal's 70's Classic Rock Wonderama? by Cowboy Neal At The Wheel Q: Eagles vs. Lynyrd Skynyrd Donna Summer vs Diana Ross Neil Diamond vs the 70's Elvis in a jumpsuit Grand Funk Railroad vs Jethro Tull Linda Ronstadt vs Carole King Elton John vs Bee Gees Stevie Wonder vs Rod Stewart Marylin McCoo & Billy Davis vs Peaches & Herb The Guess Who vs Steve Miller Band Jim Croce vs Cat Stevens Jackson Browne vs James Taylor Wings vs 70's Rolling Stones (Let's say Sticky Fingers thru Tattoo You) Bad Co. vs Alice Cooper Kansas vs Styx The Carpenters vs Bread Doobie Bros vs Steely Dan Fleetwood Mac vs David Bowie Foghat vs Nazareth Kenny Rogers vs Dolly Parton Parliament/Funkadelic vs Kool And The Gang REO Speedwagon vs Supertramp Little Feat vs The Band Johnny Winter vs Edgar Winter Boz Skaggs vs Chicago Poco vs Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Joe Cocker vs Van Morrison Molly Hatchet vs Outlaws T. Rex vs Badfinger Bob Welch vs Gerry Rafferty Ted Nugent vs Kiss Stealers Wheel vs Thunderclap Newman Aerosmith vs AC/DC (The 70's versions) ELP vs Yes The Who vs Zep Blood, Sweat, And Tears vs Bachman Turner Overdrive Pink Floyd vs Queen All things Blackmore vs all things Clapton Slade vs Status Quo Jefferson Starship vs ELO John Denver vs Glen Campbell Olivia Newton-John vs Barbara Streisand Village People vs KC and The Sunshine Band Donny Osmond vs Andy Gibb Kung-Fu Fighting or Funkytown Tower Of Power vs Santana Black Sabbath vs Deep Purple Commodores vs Earth, Wind, & Fire BQ: Meatloaf: buy or sell?

A: May not all be rock, but whatever. =p The Eagles Donna Summer Neil Diamond Jethro Tull Carole King Bee Gees Stevie Wonder Peaches and Herb Steve Miller Band Cat Stevens James Taylor Wings Alice Cooper Kansas Bread Steely Dan Fleetwood Mac Nazareth Kenny Rogers Funkadelic REO Speedwagon The Band Edgar Winter Boz Scaggs Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Van Morrison The Outlaws T Rex Bob Welch Ted Nugent Stealers Wheel Aerosmith Yes Led Zeppelin Blood Sweat and Tears Pink Floyd Eric Clapton Status Quo Jefferson Starship Glen Campbell Olivia Newton John KC and the Sunshine Band Andy Gibb Funkytown Tower of Power Black Sabbath Earth Wind and Fire BQ: Sell Nice matchups, btw. =)

I'm looking for a late 70s pop song. ? by galactus177 Q: I'm looking for a late 70s song. I don't know what label it goes under, maybe pop. It was popular around the time of Bob Welch's Sentimental Lady. The lyrics (some of them anyway) are: You're the love, you're the love....you're the love in my heart and soul You're the dream,,,,,you're the dream,,,,,,you're the dream in my life You're the way,,,, you're the way,,,,you're the way,,,,,to my ####### (dont know this part). Ohhhhhh my love.............you oooh.....ooooh girl.... you ooooh.........ooooohh........girl That's all I can remember. I think it was around 1978. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

A: Seals & Crofts You're the love

R&P, any love (or respect) for the lovely Christine McVie...? by Lady Silver Rose * Wolf Q: Good afternoon R&P :) It seems that the First Lady of Fleetwood Mac is very under-appreciated here in R&P, so I felt it was time she had some recognition. From 1968-69 Christine was a member of Chicken Shack, and released a well-recieved solo album "Christine Perfect". She didn't officially join Fleetwood Mac until their 1970, 4th album live tour, although she had already contributed uncredited piano and backing vocals to their 2nd, 3rd, and 4th albums {and drawn the cover for "Kiln House"}. She fronted the band alongside {variously} Jeremy Spencer, Danny Kirwan, and Bob Welch, until the major changes of 1975, when Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham joined. Luckily, Chris didn't mind taking a back-seat at the piano! Staying with the band right through until 1998, she is the third longest-serving band member, and yet often the most overlooked. So... 1) What are your favourite of Christine's songs with Fleetwood Mac? 2) Songs with Chicken Shack? 3) Solo songs? {you only have to answer the bits you know!} BQ : Have you ever seen FM live whilst Christine was with them? BQ2 : Favourite song from "Rumours"? BQ3 : Would current FM be better if Christine was still a member? NP : ? Ooooo... maybe Yahoo isn't so daft ~ it suggested : Society & Culture > Royalty :) My answers to 1) 'Songbird' ; 'Why' ; 'Isn't It Midnight' ; 'Brown Eyes' ; 'Homeward Bound' ; 'Heroes are Hard To Find' ; 'You Make Loving Fun' ; 'Say You Love Me' ; 'World Turning' ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ Scarlett : I think that's from her 3rd, 2004 solo album "In the Meantime", which I don't have. I've only got her 1969 album :) ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ ~*~ Whole Lotta Rosie : I knew I had forgotten something from my list! I *love* 'Oh Daddy' :) For those who don't know : NP = Now Playing So many great answers :) One day, Y!A will realise that there is sometimes more than one Best Answer...

A: You Make Loving Fun - Fleetwood Mac http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoMWa3jRtLo Heroes Are Hard To Find Come A Little Bit Closer Morning Rain Spare A Little Of Your Love Homeward Bound Disatisfied The Way I Feel Over My Head Warm Ways Don't Stop Oh Daddy Chicken Shack I'd Rather Go Blind - I like Eta James version better but this is still good Mean Old World - great song http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2NKJBiTTB3A solo Crazy Bout You Baby - Christine Perfect http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ec1HAI5SNI Wait And See - Christine Perfect http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvBgKsIl1hI Yes I have seen FM 3 times and all with Christine Favorite song from Rumours Go Your Own Way The current FM is not complete without Christine - she gave them a bluesy sound to counter balance Stevie's mysticism

What are my baseball cards worth? by Q: 91 Score Ray Lankford Cardinals Rookie Prospect 91 Donruss Tim Teufel Mets Infield 91 Donruss Kevin Belcher Outfield Rangers Rookie Rated 90 Donruss Ozzie Smith National League All Star 91 Score 1st Round Draft Pick Mike Lieberthal Phillies 90 Topps All Star Rookie Bob Geren Yankees 89 Topps Ozzie Smith Cardinals 89 Bowman Jeff Perrett 91 Donruss Mickey Morandini second base Rookie Rated 91 Score Chili Davis Angels 91 Score Dante Bichette Angels 90 Devon White Angels 89 Fleer Terry Clark Pitcher Angels 89 Score Terry Clark Pitcher Angels 91 Score Superstar Chuck Finley Pitcher Angels 91 Score Lonnie Smith Braves 90 Topps N.L. Kmart Superstars Jerome Walton Cubs 90 Topps All Star National League Ryne Sandberg 91 Score 1st Round Draft Pick Donovan Osborne pitcher Cardinals 91 Donruss Julio Valera pitcher Rated Rookie 91 Score No Hit Club Fernando Valenzuela 92 Score Doc Gooden pitcher Mets 91 Donruss David West pitcher Twins 91 Score Delino DeShields Expos 91 Score No Hit Club Mark Langston/ Mike Witt 91 Score Tony Fernandez Blue Jays 92 Score Mike LaValliere catcher Pirates 91 Score Brian Downing Angels 89 Topps Brian Downing Angles 88 Score Brian Downing Angels 91 Topps 40 yrs of baseball Mark Langston pitcher Angels 91 Score Scott Lewis Rookie Prospect pitcher Angels 90 Bowman Lance Parrish pitcher Angels 92 Topps Stadium Club Skeeter Barnes 90 Topps Bret Saberhagen Royals 91 Score Bob Welch Superstar pitcher Oakland A's 92 Topps Matt Williams Giants 91 Score Ray Stephens Rookie Prospect Cardinals 91 Score Geronimo Pena Rookie Prospect Cardinals 91 Score Rising Star Scott Chiamparino pitcher Rangers 92 Topps Joe Magrane Cardinals 91 Score Bernard Gilkey Rookie Prospect Cardinals 91 Score Leo Gomez Rookie Prospect Orioles 91 Score Rising Star Jeff Schulz outfield Royals 89 Donruss Pete Harnisch Rated Rookie pitcher Orioles 90 Topps All Star American League Jeff Russell pitcher Rangers 91 Score Tom Lampkin Rookie Prospect Padres 91 Score Mike Bordick Rookie Prospect Oakland A's 91 Score Troy Afenir Rookie Prospect Oakland A's 91 Score Dan Wilson 1st Round Draft Pick Cincinnati Reds 91 Score Reds' October 1990 World Series 90 Donruss Kelly Mann Rated Rookie Braves 91 Score Shawon Dunston shortsop Cubs 91 Score Bill Ripken Orioles 91 Topps 40 yrs of baseball Walt Weiss Oakland A's 90 Topps Magazine Steve Avery Rookie 91 Score Superstar Randy Milligan 1st base Orioles 91 Score Aaron Holbert 1st Round Draft Pick Cardinals 92 Topps Tom Pagnozzi Cardinals 91 Score Superstar Dale Murphy right field Phillies 91 Score Don Mattingly Yankees The Franchise 91 Score Superstar Charlie Hayes 3rd Base Phillies

A: While most of these players are (or were) All-stars, at the peak of their careers the card companies were releasing a glut of cards on the market. Most cold still get better than common prices, but the condition, wear and sharp corners will all be factors. Check on line or ebay for average prices.

Would Roger Clemens have won Cy Young in 1990 by todays standards? by Q: These days wins are not looked upon as much of a factor in picking Cy Young even though the award is named after the guy with the most career wins. Bob Welch won more games than Clemens did, but Clemens struck out far more batters, had an ERA of 1.93, over one full point lower than Welch did, and had a better WHIP and other statistics. No one was talking about Roger Clemens using steroids in 1990, talk of steroid use was reserved to guys like Jose Canseco and Mark McGwire in those days, and yes most of the baseball fans I talked to in those days were 100% convinced they were both juicing by then. I think Welch deserved the Cy Young, but in this day and age players with those numbers Clemens would have won Cy Young I think.

A: yes he would have. The Rocket was a beast back in the day

Any obscure music recommendations? by Isis Q: Below is a list of some of the artists/bands on my iTunes so that you can have an idea of what I like. As you can tell, my taste is very diverse. But please keep in mind when making suggestions that I have thousands upon thousands of CDs and albums and that these artists are just a few compared to the rest...thanks! ? And The Mysterians 10 CC 13th Floor Elevators 34 Satellite 38 Special The 5th Dimension Abigail Washburn AC/DC Aerosmith Al Green Al Kooper Al Kooper with Mike Bloomfield and Steve Stills (the super sessions) The Alan Parsons Project Albert Hammond Alice Cooper Alice In Chains The Allman Brothers Band Amazing Rhythm Aces The Amboy Dukes America Amon Düül II And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead The Animals Apollo Sunshine Apples In Stereo April Wine Arctic Monkeys Aretha Franklin Arlo Guthrie Asia The Association Asylum Street Spankers Atomic Rooster Ayreon B.J. Thomas B.B. King BTO Bad Company Badfinger The Band The Barbarians Bauhaus The Beach Boys The Bears The Beatles The Bea Brummels Beck The Bee Gees Beethoven The Bellamy Brothers Ben Harper Beulah Big Bill Broonzy Big Head Todd and The Monsters Big Joe Turner Big Mama Thornton Big Star Bill Haley and His Comets Bill Withers Billie Holiday Billy Idol Billy Joel The Black Angels The Black Crowes Black Flag The Black Keys Black Oak Arkansas Black Sabbath Blackfield Blackfoot Blackmore's Night Blind Faith Blind Lemon Jefferson Blind Melon Bloc Party Blondie Blood, Sweat and Tears Blue Cheer Blue Oyster Cult Blue Rodeo The Blue Van Blues Image Blues Magoos The Blues Project Blues Travelers Bo Diddley Bob Dylan Bob Marley Bog Seger and the Silver Bullet Band Bob Welch Bob Wills Bobbie Gentry Bobby Darin Bon Jovi Booker T. and the M.G.s Boston Bread Brewer adn Shipley Brian Eno Brian Hyland The Brian Jonestown Massacre Bright Eyes Brothers Johnson Bruce Springsteen Bryan Adams Bubble Puppy Buckcherry The Buckinghams Buddy Guy Buddy Holly Budgie Buena Vista Social Club Buffalo Springfield Built To Spill Butthole Surfers The Buzzcocks The Byrds Cake Cal Smith Calexico Can Canned Heat Captain Beefheart Carl Orff Carl Perkins Carlos Santana Carlos Varela Carly Simon Carole King The Carpenters The Cars The Castaways Cat Stevens Chad and Jeremy The Chambers Brothers The Charlatans Charley Patton The Charlie Daniels Band Charlie Musselwhite Chicago Chopin Chris Robinson Chris Whitley Chuck Berry Cinderella Clarence Carter The Clash Clint Black Collective Soul Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen The Commodores Comus Confederate Railroad Corrosion Of Conformity Count Five Country Joe and the Fish The Cowsills Crash Test Dummies The Crazy World Of Arthur Brown Cream Creedence Clearwater Revival Crispian St Peters Crosby, Stills, Nash and (Young) Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions Damn Yankees Danny O'Keefe Danzig David Allan Coe David Bowie David Gilmour Davie Allan and The Arrows Dax Riggs Dead Boys The Dead Milkmen Deadboy and the Elephantmen The Decemberists Deep Purple Def Leppard The Del-Vetts Delaney and Bonnie Depeche Mode Derek and the Dominos The Desert Rose Band Diana Ross and the Supremes Diary Of Dreams The Dictators Dinosaur Jr. Dio Dion and the Belmonts Dire Straits The Dixie Dregs Dobie Grey Dolly Parton Don McLean Donovan The Doobie Brothers The Doors Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show Dr. John Dream Theater Drive-By Truckers Dwight Yoakam The Eagles The Easybeats Eddie Cochran Edgar Winter Group Edison Lighthouse Edvard Grieg Electric Flag Electric Hellfire Club Electric Light Orechestra The Electric Prunes Elliott Smith Elmore James Elton John Elvis Costello Elvis Presley Emerson, Lake and Palmer Eric Clapton Eric JOhnson Erin McKeown Etta James The Everly Brothers Explosions in the Sky The Fabulous Thunderbirds The Faces Fairport Convention Faith No More Fats Domino Fear Factory Firefall Five Man Electrical Band The Flaming Lips The Flamingos Fleetwood Mac The Flying Burrito Brothers Focus Foghat The Folk Implosion Foreigner Frank Sinatra Frank Zappa The Fratellis Fred Astaire Fred Neil Free Friends and Lovers From First To Last Fugazi Funkadelic Gallery Garbage Gary Hoey Gary Moore Gary Wright Genesis Gentle Giant George Clinton George Harrison George Jones George Thorgood The Georgia Satellites Gerry and the Pacemakers Gil Scott-Heron Gin Blossoms Glen Campbell Golden Earing Goose Creek Symphony Gordon Lightfoot Gram Parsons Grand Funk Railroad The Grassroots Grateful Dead Gravy Train The Greencards The Gregg Allman Band The Guess Who Guided By Voices Guillermo Portabales Guns N' Roses H.P. Lovecraft Half Man Half Biscuit Hank Williams Sr. Harper's Bizarre Harry Chapin Harry Nilsson Hawkwind Head East Heart Henry Mancini The Highwaymen The Hollies The Hombres The Housemartins Howlin' Wolf Humble Pie Hüsker Dü Ida Cox The Ides Of March Iggy Pop with and without the Stooges Igor Stravinsky Ike and Tina Turner Incredible String Band INXS Iron and Wine Iron Butterfly Iron Maiden It's A Beautiful Day J. Geils Band J.J. Cale Jackie DeShannon Jackson Browne Jackyl James Brown The James Gang James Taylor Jane's Addiction Janis Ian Janis Joplin Jeff Beck Jeff Buckley Jefferson Airplane Jerry Garcia Jerry Lee Lewis The Jesus and Mary Chain Jethro Tull Jim Croce Jimi Hendrix Joan Baez Joan Jett Joanna Newsom Joe Bonamassa Joe Cocker Joe Satriani Joe Walsh John Cale John Mellencamp John Denver John Fogerty John Lee Hooker John Lennon John Martyn John Mayall John Prine John Williams Johnny Cash Johnny Mathis Johnny Paycheck Johnny Thunders Johnny Winters Jon Butcher Axis Jonathon Edwards Joni Mitchell Journey Joy Division Judas Priest Judy Collins Kaiser Chiefs Kanda Bongo Man Kansas Kate Bush Kenny and the Kasuals King Crimson Kings Of Convenience The Kingsmen The Kinks KISS The Knickerbockers Koko Taylor Kris Kristofferson Kyuss Larry Graham Laura Nyro Lead Belly The Leaves Led Zeppelin Lefty Frizzell The Lemon Pipers The Lemonheads Leo Sayer Leon Russell Leonard Cohen Little Barrie Little Feat Little River Band Live Lobo Looking Glass Los Trio Matamoros Lou Reed Love Love and Rockets The Lovin' Spoonful Lucinda Williams Lynyrd Skynyrd The Maticians The Mahavishnu Orchestra The Mamas and the Papas Manfred Mann's Earth Band Maria McKee Marianne Faithful Marillion Mark Knopfler The Marshall Tucker Band Marvin Gaye Mason Williams The Masters Apprentices Matthews Southern Comfort MC5 Meat Loaf Medeski, Martin adn Wood Megadeth Melanie The Melvins Merle Haggard Merrilee Rush and the Turnabouts Metallica Mick Jagger Mike + the Mechanics Mike Oldfield The Misfits Mississippi John Hurt Moby Grape The Modern Lovers Modest Mouse Mogwai The Mojo Men Molly Hatchet The Monkees Montrose The Moody Blues Morrissey Mother Love Bone Motorhead Mott The Hoople Mouse and the Traps The Move Mr. Bungle Muddy Waters Mungo Jerry Muse The Music Explosion My Morning Jacket Nancy Sinatra Nancy Wilson Nazareth The Nazz Neil Diamond Neil Finn Neil Young Neutral Milk Hotel New Riders of the Purple Sage The New Seekers New York Dolls The NIce Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Nick Drake Nickel Creek The Nightcrawlers Nine Inch Nails Nirvana Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Norman Greenbaum Old Crow Medicine Show Oliver Opeth Otis Redding Otis Williams and the Charms Over The Rhine Ozzy Osbourne Pantera The Paul Butterfield Blues Band Paul McCartney Paul Simon Pavement Pearl Jam The Penguins Percy Sledge Pere Ubu Peter and Gordon Peter Frampton Peter, Paul and Mary Phil Ochs Phish Pilot Pink Floyd The Pixies PJ Harvey The Platters The Pogues Poison The Police Porcupine Tree The Pretenders The Pretty THings Procol Harum Psychedelic Furs Pure Prairie League Queen Quicksilver Messenger Service REM Racer X Radiohead Rainbow Ram Jam The Ramones The Rascals The Raspberries Ravi Shankar Ray Charles Red Rider The Remains REO Speedwagon The Replacements Revoltion Cocks The Rezillos Richard and Linda Thompson Richard Hell and the Voidoids Richie Havens Rick Derringer Rickie Lee Jones The Righteous Brothers Ringo Starr Robert JOhnson Robert Palmer Robert Plant Rocket From The Crypt Rod Stewart Rodrigo y Gabriela Roger Daltry Roger Waters Roky Erickson The Rolling Stones The Ronettes Rory Gallagher Rose Hill Drive Roxy Music Roy Harper Roy Orbison Rufus Wainwright The Runaways Rush Russell Morris Ry Cooder Sagittarius Sam Cooke Sammy Hagar Sammy Johns Sanford Townsend Band Scorpions Scott McKenzie Screaming Trees Seals and Crofts The Seeds The Sensational Alex Harvey Band Sex Pistols THe Shadows of Knight The SHins Sigur Ros The Silos Silver APples Simon and Garfunkel Sir Douglas Quintet Six:A.M. Skid Row Skip James Skip Spence Sly and the Family Stone The Small Faces The Smashing Pumpkints Smith The Smiths Smokey Robinson and the Miracles Snake River Conspiracy The Soft Machine Sonata Artica The Sonics Sonny Boy Williamson Sopwith Camel Soul Asylum Soul Survivors Sound Team Spacemen 3 Spencer Davis Group Spin Doctors Spirit Spiritualized Squeeze Squirrel Nut Zippers SRC The Standells The Staples Singers Status Quo Stealers Wheel Steely Dan Steppenwolf Stereolab Steve Earle Steve Miller Band Steve Morrse Band Steve Vai Steve Wariner Stevie Ray Vaughan Stevie Wonder Stone Poneys The Stone Roses Stone Temple Pilots The Strangeloves Strawberry Alarm Clock Styx Supergrass Supertramp Sweet Syd Barrett T-Bone Walker T. Rex Tangerine Dream Tavares Tchaikovsky The Teardrop Explodes Ted Nugent Television The Temptations Ten Years After Terry Jacks Tesla Them Thin Lizzy Three Dog NIght Thunderclap Newman Tim Buckley Tim Hardin Todd Rundgren Tom Cochrane Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Tom Waits Tommy James and the Shondells Tomorrow Toni Fisher Tony Bennett Tool Tori Amos Traffic The Tragically Hip Traveling Wilburys The Tremeloes The Troggs The Turtles The Twilights Type O Negative Uncle Tupelo Urge Overkill Uriah Heep Ursa Major The Vagrants Van Der Graaf Generator Van Halen Van Morrison Vanilla Fudge The Vaselines Velevet Revolver The Velvet Underground The Verve Voxtrot The Wallflowers Walter Rossi War Warren Zevon The Waterboys Waylon Jennings The Who Widespread Panic Wilco The Wildhearts William Elliott Whitmore Willie Nelson Wilson Pickett Wings Wire Wishbone Ash Woddy Guthrie The Yardbirds Yes Yngwie Malmsteen Yo La Tengo The Young Rascals The Youngbloods Zager and Evans The Zombies ZZ Top

A: Good lawd, that's a lot of bands....... Zen Guerilla kind of takes a page from the MC5 book, playing some raw gritty blues-influenced rock 'n' roll. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvwwBr2xmbE&feature=related The Dicks - Old school punk from Austin. Mudhoney covered this one. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kpLlKlNwRHg Mono - Post-rock from Japan. I saw them live a little more than a month ago and the sounds they created were mind-boggling. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZUf0nZ9IkQs&feature=related John Fahey. This guy was amazing with the guitar. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYDrkG2EGwg&feature=related Monorchid - Actually I just found this one looking for Circus Lupus but it seems pretty sweet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5jHlQ04hC8 Wow, Asylum Street Spankers. I went to school with Guy Forsythe's brother. I didn't think anyone knew them. Great call on The Jayhawks Darth.

20 year old baseball collection value? by Minnie Q: I found an old baseball collection in my attic and all the cards are from 1990. Here are a list of the names, type of card, team, manufacturers, etc. Topps: -Yankees Eric Plunk Luis Polonia Tim Leary -Athletics Rick Honeycutt Jose Canseco Mark McGwire -Blue Jays Todd Stottlemyre Willie Blair Fred McGriff Pat Borders George Bell -Giants Don Robinson Kevin Bass John Burkett -Pirates Barry Bonds Zane Smith -Padres Rich Rodriguez -Indians Rich Yett Greg Swindell Dion James Chris James -Rangers Kenny Rogers Steve Buechele Kenny Rogers Kevin Bown -Phillies Dickie Thon -Tigers Matt Nokes Gary Ward -Reds Jeff Reed Tim Burtsas Billy Hatcher -Red Sox Jeff Reardon Tim Naehring Daryl Irvine -Orioles Craig Worthington Joe Price Ben McDonald Mickey Tettleton -Mariners Ken Griffey Jr. Henry Cotto Scott Bradley Marc Newfield Alvin Davis -Expos Bill Sampen Brian Barnes Mel Rojas Moises Alou Andres Galarraga -Cardinals Geronimo Pena Bryn Smith -Astros Xavier Hernandez -Angels Dave Winfield Mark Langston -Royals Brent Mayne Steve Crawford -Mets Julio Valera -Dodgers Stan Javier Mike Shapperson -All Star (National League) Eddie Murray Ryne Sandberg Barry Larkin Bobby Bonilla Doug Drabek (American League) Carlton Fisk Fleer: -Mets Daryl Strawberry Donruss: -Diamond Kings Collection Barry Bonds Barry Larkin Gregg Olson Len Dykstra Ron Gant Delino DeShields Edgar Martinez Ramon Martinez Roberto Alomar Dave Magadan Rafael Palmeiro Craig Biggio Chuck Finley Kurt Stillwell -Rated Rookies Scott Chiamparino Dave Hansen Hensley Meulens Tino Martinez Moises Alou Kevin Belcher Julio Valera Mickey Morandini Jose Offerman Kevin Morton -Mariners Ken Griffey Jr. Brent Knackert Erik Hanson Gene Harris Keith Comstock Scott Bradley Mike Schooler Omar Vizquel Pete O'Brien Dave Valle Randy Johnson Greg Briley -Puzzles Diamon King Puzzle of Willie Stargell (complete pieces 1-63) -1990 World Series Billy Hatcher Willie Randolph -National League Jack Armstrong (All Star) Andre Dawson (All Star) Chris Sabo (All Star) -Highlights Cecil Fielder (50 Homer Club) Langston/Witt (No-Hit Mariners) Gary Carter (Breaks Catching Mark) Carlton Fisk (Record Home Run) Bo Jackson (4 Consecutive HRs) Nolan Ryan (300th Win) Willie GcGee (NL Battling Champ) -Award Winners Barry Bonds (NL MVP) Dave Justice (Rookie of the Year) Rickey Henderson (AL MVP) Bob Welch (AL CY Young) -Oakland Athletics Jose Canseco Bob Welch Curt Young Joe Clink Ron Hassey -White Sox Shawn Hillegas -Blue Jays John Olerud Pepsi: Ken Griffey Jr. (Two different cards) So yes, I tried to give as much information on each card as possible. Are there any that are outstandingly rare or something? If so, I definitely plan on passing this down. Thanks for anyone who even tries looking at all of these!

A: http://www.ehow.com/way_5728815_way-value-baseball-card-collection.html You didn't think anyone was going to look up the value of every card did you?

I'm looking for some obscure band recommendations...got any? by Sister Lost Soul Q: I have thousands of CDs/vinyls, but so you can get an idea of my taste in music (and so I don't get a long list of bands I already have), here are some of the artists that I have on my computer. Like I said, I have a lot of music so please try to be as obscure as possible with your suggestions. Thank you! ? And The Mysterians 10 CC 13th Floor Elevators 38 Special The 5ths Dimension A3 Abigail Washburn AC/DC The Action Adam and the Ants Aerosmith Agnes Strange Al Green Al Kooper The Alan Parsons Project Albert Hammond Albert King Alice Cooper Alice In Chains The Allman Brothers Band Almendra Amazing Rhythm Aces The Amboy Dukes America Amon Düül II Amos Lee ...And You Will Know Us by the Trail Of Dead Andrew Bird Andromeda Aphex Twin Apocalyptica Apollo Sunshine Apples In Stereo Apriil Wine Aretha Franklin Arlo Guthrie Art Art Garfunkel Arthur Brown The Artwoods Asia The Association Asylum Street Spankers Atomic Fireballs Atomic Rooster The Attack Audience Average White Band Ayreon Aztec Camera The B-52's B.J. Thomas B.B. King Babe Ruth Bachman Turner Overdrive Bad Brains Bad Company Bad Religion Badfinger The Band The Bar-Kays Barbara Acklin Barbara Lewis The Barbarians Barclay James Harvest Bauhaus The Beach Boys The Bears Beasts Of Bourbon The Beatles The Beau Brummels Beck Beck, Bogert and Appice The Bee Gees Beethoven The Bellamy Brothers Ben Harper Bert Jansch Beulah Big Bill Broonzy The Big Bopper Big Head Todd and the Monsters Big Joe Turner Big Mama Thornton Big Star Bill Fay Bill Haley and HIs Comets Bill Withers Billie Holiday Billy Idol Billy Joel The Black Angels The Black Crowes Black Flag The Black Keys Black Label Society Black Oak Arkansas Black Sabbath Black Stone Cherry Blackfield Blackfoot Blackmore's Night Blind Boys of Alabama Blind Faith Blind Lemon Jefferson Blind Melon Bloc Party Blondie Blood, Sweat and Tears Bloodhound Gang Bloodrock Blossom Toes Blue Cheer Blue Oyster Cult The Blue Ridge Rangers Blue Rodeo The Blue Van Blues Image Blues Magoos The Blues Project Blues Travelers Bo Diddley Bob Dylan Bob Marley Bob Seger Bob Welch Bob Wills Bobbie Gentry Bobby Darin Bobby Goldsboro Bobby Womach Bon Jovi Bonnie Raitt Bonnie Tyler The Bonzo Dog Band Booker T. and the MG's Boston Bread Brewer and Shipley Brian Eno Brian Hyland The Brian Jonestown Massacre Bright Eyes Brothers Johnson Bruce Springsteen Bryan Adams Bubble Puppy Buckcherry The Buckinghams Buddy Guy Buddy Holly Budgie Buena Vista Social Club Buffalo Springfield Buggles Built To Spill Butthole Surfers The Buzzcocks The Byrds Cactus Cake Cal Smith Calexico Camel Can Canned Heat Captain Beefheart Captain Beyond Carl Orff Carl Perkins Carlos Varela Carly Simon Carole King The Carpenters The Cars The Castaways Cat Stevens Chad and Jeremy The Chambers Brothers The Charlatans Charlee Charley Patton The Charlie Daniels Band Charlie Musselwhite Chicago Chicken Shack The Chieftains The Chocolate Watchband Chopin Chris Robinson Chris Whitley Chuck Berry The Church Churchills Cinderella Clarence Carter The Clash Climax Blues Band Clint Black The Clovers Clutch Collective Soul Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen The Commodores Comus Confederate Railroad Conway Twitty Corosion Of Conformity Count Five Counting Crows Country Joe and the Fish The Cowsills Crash Test Dummies Cream The Creation Creedence Clearwater Revival Crispian St. Peters Crosby, Stills and Nash (& Young) The Cryan' Shames The Cure Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions Czar Da Vinci's Notebook Damn Yankees Dan Fogelberg Danny and the Juniors Danny O'Keefe Danzig Dave Van Ronk David Allan Coe David Bowie David Bromberg David Gilmour David Lee Roth Davie Allan and the Arrows Dax Riggs De La Soul Dead Boys Dead Kennedys The Dead Milkmen Deadboy and the Elephantmen Debussy The Decemberists Deep Purple Deerhoof Def Leppard The Del-Vetts Del Shannon Delaney and Bonnie The Dells Depeche Mode Derek and the Dominos The Desert Rose Band Desmond Dekker and the Aces Diamond Head Diana Ross and the Supremes Diary Of Dreams The Dictators Dinosaur Jr. Dio Dion and the Belmonts Dionne Warwick Dire Straits The Divine Comedy The Dixie Dregs Dobie Grey Dolly Parton Don McLean Donovan The Doobie Brothers The Doors Doris Troy Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show Dr. John Dream Theater The Drifters Drive-By Truckers Dusty Springfield Dwight Yoakam The Eagles East Of Eden The Easybeats Ed Townsend Eddie Cochran Eddie Floyd Edgar Broughton Band Edgar Winter group Edison Lighthouse Edvard Grieg Electric Flag Electric Hellfire Club Electric Light Orchestra The Electric Prunes Elliott Smith Elmore James Elton John Elvis Costello Elvis Presley Emerson, Lake and Palmer Emmylou Harris Eric Andersen Eric Burdon/The Animals Eric Clapton Eric Johnson Erin McKeown Etta James Everclear The Everly Brothers Explosions In The Sky The Fabulous Thunderbirds Faces Fair To Midland Fairport Convention Faith No More The Fall Family Fats Domino Fear Factory Fionn Regan Firefall Five Man Electrical Band The Five Satins The Flaming Lips The Flamingos Fleetwood Mac Floyd Cramer The Flying Burrito Brothers Flying Machine Focus Foghat The Folk Implosion Foreigner The Foundations The Four Horsemen Frank Sinatra Frank Zappa The Fratellis Fred Astaire Fred Neil Free Friends and Lovers Frijid Pink Fugazi The Fugs Funkadelic Galaxie 500 Gallery Garbage Gary HIggins Gary HOey Gary Moore Gary Wright Gene Vincent and His Blue Caps Genesis Gentle Giant The Gentrys George Clinton George Harrison George Jones George Thorogood The Georgia Satellites Gerry and the Pacemakers Gil Scott-Heron Gilbert O'Sullivan Gin Blossoms Glen Campbell The Godz Golden Earing Goose Creek Symphony Gordon Lightfoot Gram Parsons Grand Funk Railroad The Grass Roots Grateful Dead Gravy Train The Greencards The Gregg Allman Band The Groundhogs The Guess Who Guided By Voices Guillermo Portabales Guns N' Roses H.P. Lovecraft Half Man Half Biscuit Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds Hank Williams Sr. Harper's Bizarre Harry Chapin Harry Nilsson The Haunted Hawkwind Head East Heart Heavy Metal Kids Helmet Henry Mancini Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass The Highwaymen The Hollies The Hombres Honeybus Hoodoo Gurus Hookfoot Hound Dog Taylor The Housemartins Howlin' Wolf Humble Pie Hüsker Dü Ida Cox The Ides of March Iggy Pop/The Stooges Igor Stravinsky Ike and Tina Turner The Impalas Incredible String Band INXS Iron and Wine Iron Butterfly Iron Maiden The Isley Brothers It's A Beautiful Day J. Geils Band J.J. Cale Jackie DeShannon Jackson 5 Jackson Browne Jackyl Jakob Dylan The Jam James Brown The James Gang James Taylor Jane's Addiction Janis Ian Janis Joplin The Jayhawks Jean-Luc Ponty Jean Knight Jeff Beck Jeff Buckley Jefferson Airplane Jerry Garcia and David Grisman Jerry Lee Lewis THe Jesus and Mary Chain Jethro Tull Jim Croce Jim Ford Jimi Hendrix/Jimi Hendrix Experience Jimmy Buffett Joan Baez Joan Jett Joanna Newsom Joe Bonamassa Joe Cocker Joe Satriani Joe Simon Joe Tex Joe Walsh The John Butler Trio John Cale John Mellencamp John Denver John Fahey John Fogerty John Lee Hooker John Lennon John Martyn John Mayall John Prine John Williams Johnnie Taylor Johnny Cash Johnny Mathis Johnny Paycheck Johnny Thunders Johnny Winters Jon Butcher Axis Jonathan Richman Jonathon Edwards Joni Mitchell Journey Joy Division Judas Priest Judy Collins Juicy Lucy June Carter Cash Kaiser Chiefs Kanda Bongo Man Kansas Kate Bush Kenny and the Kasuals King Crimson The Kings Kings Of Convenience The Kingsmen The Kinks KISS The Knickerbockers Koko Taylor Kris Kristofferson Kyuss Larry Graham Laura Nyro Lead Belly The Leaves Led Zeppelin The Left Banke Lefty Frizzell The Lemon Pipers The Lemonheads Leo Sayer Leon Russell Leonard Cohen Levon Helm Linda Perhacs Link Wray little Barrie Little Feat Little Richard Little River Band Live Lobo Local H Looking Glass Loretta Lynn Los Dug Dug's Los Trio Matamoros Lou Rawls Lou Reed Love Love and Rockets Love Sculpture The Lovin' Spoonful Lucifer's Friend Lucinda Williams Lynyrd Skynyrd The Lyres The Magicians The Mahavishnu Orchestra Mahogany Rush The Mamas and the Papas Manfred Mann's Earth Band Manic Street Preachers The Mar-Keys Marianne Faithfull Marillion Mark Knopfler The Marshall Tucker Band Martha and the Vandellas Marvin Gaye Marvin Sease Mary Wells Mason Williams The Masters Apprentices Matthews Southern Comfort Max Webster MC5 Meat Loaf Medeski, Martin and Wood Megadeth Melanie The Melvins Merle Haggard Merrilee Rush and the Turnabouts Metallica Michael Hedges Mick Jagger Mick Ronson Mike + the Mechanics Mike Oldfield Ministry Minutemen The Misfits Mississippi John Hurt Moby Moby Grape The Modern Lovers Mogwai The Mojo Men Molly Hatchet The Monkees Montrose The Moody Blues Morrissey Mother Love Bone Motörhead Mott The Hoople Mountain Mournin Phase Mouse and the Traps The Move Moxy Mr. Bungle Mud Mudcrutch Muddy Waters Mudhoney Mungo Jerry Muse The Music Explosion The Music Machine My Morning Jacket Nancy Sinatra Nancy Wilson Nazareth The Nazz Neil diamond Neil Finn Neil Young Nektar Neutral Milk Hotel New Riders Of The Purple Sage The New Seekers New York Dolls Nic Armstrong and the Thieves The Nice Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds Nick Drake Nickel Creek Night Ranger The Nightcrawlers Nina Hagen Nine Inch Nails Nirvana Nitty Gritty Dirt Band Nitzinger Norman Greenbaum The O'Jays Of Montreal Ohio Express Ohio Players Old Crow Medicine Show Oliver The Only Ones Opeth Otis Redding Otis Williams and the Charms The Outlaws Over the Rhine Ozark Mountain Daredevils Ozzy Osbourne Pantera Patsy Cline Patti LaBelle Patti Smith Paul Butterfield Blues Band Paul McCartney Paul Simon Pavement pearl Jam The Penguins Pentangle Percy Sledge Pere Ubu Pete Brown and Piblokto Peter and Gordon Peter Frampton Peter Gabriel Peter, Paul and Mary Petula Clark Phil Collins Phil Lesh Phil Ochs Phish Pilot The Pink Fairies Pink Floyd The Pixies PJ Harvey The Platters The Pogues The Police Porcupine Tree The Pretenders The Pretty Things Pride and Glory Prince Procol Harum Psychedelic Furs Pure Prairie League Python Lee Jackson Queen Quicksilver Messenger Service R.E.M Racer X Radiohead Rainbow Ram Jam The Ramones Randy Newman Rare Earth The Rascals The Raspberries Ravi Shankar Ray Charles Ray Owen's Moon Red Rider The Remains REO Speedwagon The Replacements Revolting Cocks The Rezillos Richard/Linda Thompson Richard Hell and the Voidoids Rick Danko Rick Drringer Rickie Lee Jones The Righteous Brothers Ringo Starr Rob Zombie Robert Johnson Robert Palmer Robert Plant Robin Trower Rocket From The Crypt Rod Stewart Rodrigo y Gabriela Roger Daltry Roger Waters Roky Erickson The Rolling Stones The Ronettes Ronnie Dawson Ronnie Lane Rory Gallagher Rose Hill Drive Rose Tattoo Roxy Music Roy Buchanana Roy Harper Roy Orbison Rufus Wainwright The Runaways Rush Russell Morris Ry Cooder Sagittarius Sam and Dave Sam Cooke Sammi Smith Sammy Hagar Sammy Johns Samurai Sanford and Townsend Santana Scorpions Scott McKenzie Screamin' Jay Hawkins Screaming Trees Seal Seals and Crofts The Searchers The Seeds The Sensational Alex Harvey Band Sex Pistols The Shadows Of Knight The Shins The Shocking Blue Sigur Ros The Silos Silver Apples Silverchair Simon and Garfunkel Sir Douglas Quintet Sir Lord Baltimore The Sisters Of Mercy Sixx:A.M. Skeeter Davis Skid Row The Skids Skip James Skip Spence The Skyliners Slaughter Slim Harpo Sly and the Family Stone The Small Faces The Smashing Pumpkins Smith The Smiths Smokey Robinson/The Miracles Snake River Conspiracy The Soft Machine Solomon Burke Son House Sonata Arctica Sonic Youth The Sonics Sonny Boy Williamson Sopwith Camel Soul Asylum Soul Survivors Sound Team Soundgarden Spacemen 3 Spanky and Our Gang Spencer Davis Group Spin Doctors Spirit Spiritualized Spooky Tooth Squeeze Squirrel Nut Zippers SRC The Stampeders The Standells The Staples Singers The Statler Brothers Status Quo Stealers Wheel Steely Dan Stephen Malkmus Stepenwolf Stereolab Steve Earle Steve Miller Band Steve Morse Band Steve Vai Steve Wariner Stevie Nicks Stevie Ray Vaughan Stevie Wonder Stillwater Sting Stone Poneys The Stone Roses Stone the Crows The Strangeloves Strawberry Alarm Clock The Strawbs The String Cheese Incident The Style Council Styx Sublime Sugarloaf Supergrass Supertramp Sweet Sweet Smoke The Swingin' Medallions Syd Barrett T-Bone Walker T. Rex Tammy Wynette Tangerine Dream Taste Tavares Tchaikovsky Tear Gas The Teardrop Explodes Ted Nugent Teenage Fanclub Television Temple Of The Dog The Temptations Ten Years After Terry Jacks Tesla Them Thin Lizzy Three Dog Night Thunder Thunderclap Newman Thundermug Tim Buckley Tim Hardin Timebox Todd Rundgren Tom Cochrane Tom Petty (and the Heartbreakers) Tom Waits Tommy Bolin Tommy James and the Shondells Tomorrow Toni Fisher Tony Bennett Tool Tori Amos Townes Van Zandt Traffic The Tragically Hip Trapeze The Traveling Wilburys The Tremeloes Triumph Triumvirat The Troggs The Turtles The Twilights Type O Negative U2 UFO The Ugly Ducklings Uncle Tupelo The Undertones Urge Overkill Uriah Heep Ursa Major The Vagrants Van Der Graaf Generator Van Halen Van Morrison Vanilla Fudge The Vaselines Velvet Revolver The Velvet Underground The Verve Vinegar Joe The Vogues Voxtrot Wagner The Wallflowers Walter Rossi War Warren Zevon The Waterboys Waylon Jennings Wet Willie The White Stripes Whitesnake The Who Widespread Panic Wilco The Wildhearts William Elliott Whitmore Willie Dixon Willie Nelson Wilson Pickett Wire Wishbone Ash Wolfmother Woody Guthrie XTC The Yardbirds Yes Yngwie Malmsteen Yo La Tengo The Young Rascals The Youngbloods Zager and Evans Zakk Wylde Zebra Zephyr The Zombies ZZ Top Kaitlyn: I didn't, but I do now. After it took me an hour to type up, I'm going to keep it handy...

A: That's a nice eclectic mix! I think you would like all of these: The Limeliters Stackridge Anne Briggs Shadow Mann Mapleoak Tucker Zimmerman Lazarus Complex A to Austr Dark Wicked Lady Lowell George Thor's Hammer May Blitz The Bow Street Runners The Others Beauregard Ajax The Mirage Tuesday's Children

Give me three . . . ? by senor_police Q: Bob Welch was a decent guitarist, but only had three big hits stateside . . . which three songs were his big U.S. hits? That may be true some of the time, Seann, but still, the question is three hits, according to Billboard, not according to popular belief.

A: Sentimental Lady," the rocker "Ebony Eyes" and "Hot Love, Cold World."

Who Else Likes.....? by pjnut08 Q: Ok I have been looking through all the music pages-Im bored- and I seen all the good rock bands, But who likes bands like: OutLaws, Marshall Tucker Band, Molly Hatchet, Fleetwood Mac(Which is one of my Favs) Bad Company,The Who, Doors,Bob Welch, Journey,Allman Brothers, Doobie Brothers,BTO, i could go on and on...Which one is your fav of my list? Or do i have bad tatse ? i forgot CCR!

A: Oooooo... Classic Rock :) Fleetwood Mac are one of my 5 equal favourite bands. The other 4 are :~ Led Zeppelin Jethro Tull Blackmore's Night {not CR} Dire Straits Favourite artist : Mike Oldfield And I like a wide range of other Classic Rock bands / artists, including The Who, and a couple of songs from others you mentioned :)

Favorite Fleetwood Mac era? by ampex404 Q: There are three main Fleetwood Mac eras: the blues-based Peter Green/Jeremy Spencer era (from 1968 to 1970), the bluesy pop-rock based Bob Welch era from 1971 to 1974 (my personal favorite), and the popular pop-rock based Lindsey Buckingham/Stevie Nicks era (from 1975 to present). Which one is your favorite?

A: This is a *very* tough question for me, as they are one of my favourite bands, and that for me means their entire career. I grew-up on a mix of original Peter Green era and Buckingham/Nicks era, and only got into the Danny Kirwan / Christine McVie / Bob Welch era last year. So... I love *all* of it {except the brief Bekka Bramlet phase!}, and this is so hard. I guess my ultimate choice would be post-1975 era. But if I'm in the mood for my '3am music', then it has to be Peter Green era. And then there are the moments when nothing but Danny's 'Dragonfly' will do... It's not fair ~ I can't choose! {{{{{{{Patrick}}}}}}} I want photos! And a set-list!

Rank these pitchers? by Craig S Q: Okay, how do you rank these five contemporaries and why? Jack Morris Mike Scott Dave Stieb Frank Viola Bob Welch

A: For their Career: 1. Dave Steib, he was not seen enough by the general population for them to realize how great he was. 2. Jack Morris, every time you counted him he came back and won 20 games. 3. Mike Scuff, he was just nasty and people forget that he was the #1 on that staff not Nolan Ryan! 4. Bob Welch, good pitcher but a bit of a space cadet....Scoscia once said that he went to the mound to talk to Welch and he was staring at the clouds asking Mike "have you ever wanted to just ride the clouds man?" 5. Frank Viola, the circle change master; he had good years in Minnesota but was really a shell of himself in NY. NOTE: I failed to look up numbers on all five pitchers, I am going strictly off memory of the five; I would like to see any of them on a staff that I had!

Looking for the details on a song apparently titled "You Keep Me Up All Night"? by Randy W Q: It's an 80's pop song with a good radio sound. The vocal sounds like Bob Welch, but I haven't found any such song title attributed to him. The lyrics begin something like this: I'm the kind of guy who's never been one woman's man I'm the kind of guy to love 'em and leave while I can You're the kind of girl who sees through all my silly games Got me in a whirl, you're fanning the fire in my brain. And you keep me up all night (yes you get me so excited) You keep me up all night (and you know how much I like it) You keep me up all night (and I'll never be the same) You keep me up all night (still I'm oh-so-glad I came for you)

A: Could it be Lionel Richie. The album is called Coming Home

Any (obscure) music suggestions? by Isis Q: I'm up for suggestions! I made a list of the music that is on my computer so you can get an idea of what I listen to. As you can tell, my music taste varies. However, I despise most of the popular bands (okay, ALL) bands of today. Also, keep in mind that I have many more artists on CD that isn't on my computer so they are not listed....so, try to be as obscure as possible. Thank you! 10 CC 13th Floor Elevators 38 Special The 5th Dimension A3 Abigail Washburn AC/DC Aerosmith Al Green Al Kooper Al Kooper, Mike Bloomfield and Steve Stills The Alan Parsons Project Albert Hammond Alice Cooper The Allman Brothers Band Amazing Rhythm Aces The Amboy Dukes America Amos Lee And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead Andrew Bird The Animals Apollo Sunshine April Wine Artic Monkeys Aretha Franklin Arlo Guthrie Asia The Association Atomic Rooster Ayreon B.J. Thomas B.B. King Bachman Turner Overdrive Bad Company Badfinger The Band The Barbarians The Beach Boys The Bears The Beatles The Beau Brummels Beck Beethoven The Bellamy Brothers Ben Harper Big Bill Broonzy Big Head Todd and the Monsters Big Joe Turner and T-Bone Walker Big Mama Thornton Big Star Bill Haley and his Comets Bill Withers Billie Holiday Billy Idol Billy Joel The Black Crowes The Black Keys Black Oak Arkansas Black Sabbath Blackfield Blackfoot Blind Faith Blind Lemon Jefferson Blondie Blood, Sweat and Tears Blue Cheer Blue Oyster Cult The Blue Van Blues Image Blues Magoos The blues Project Blues Travelers Bo Diddley Bob Dylan Bob Marley Bob Seger Bob Welch Bob Wills Bobbie Gentry Bobby Darin Bon Jovi Boston Bread Brewer and Shipley Brian Eno Brian Hyland Bright Eyes Brothers Johnson Bruce Springsteen Bryan Adams Bubble Puppy The Buckinghams Buddy Guy Buddy Holly Buena Vista Social Club Buffalo Springfield The Buzzcocks The Byrds Cake Cal Smith Can Canned Heat Captain Beefheart Carl Orff Carl Perkins carlos Santana Carlos Varela Carly Simon The Cars The Castaways Cat Stevens Chad and Jeremy The Chambers Brothers The Charlatans Charley Patton The Charlie Daniels Band Charlie Musselwhite Chicago Chopin Chris Robinson Chris Whitley Chuck Berry Cinderella Clarence Carter The Clash Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen The Commodores Comus Confederate Railroad Count Five Country Joe and the Fish The Cowsills Crash Test Dummies The Crazy World Of Arthur brown Cream Creedence Clearwater Revival Crispian St. Peters Crosby, Stills, Nash and (Young) Curtis Mayfield and the Impressions Damn Yankees Danny O'Keefe Danzig David Allan Coe David Bowie David Gilmour Davie Allan and the Arrows The Decemberists Deep Purple Def Leppard The Del-Vetts Delaney and Bonnie Derek and the Dominos The Desert Rose Band Diana Ross and the Supremes The Dictators dion and the belmonts Dire Straits Dobie Grey Don McLean Donovan The Doobie Brothers The Doors Dr. Hook and The Medicine Show Dr. John Dream Theater Drive-By Truckers Dwight Yoakam The Eagles The Easybeats Eddie Cochran Edgar Winter Group Edison Lighthouse Edvard Grieg Electric Flag Electric Light Orchestra The Electric Prunes Elliott Smith Elmore James Elton John Elvis Costello Elvis Presley Emerson, Lake and Palmer Eric Clapton Eric Johnson Erin McKeown Etta James The Everly Brothers The Fabulous Thunderbirds The Faces Fair To Midland Fairport convention Fats Domino Fear Factory Firefall Five Man Electrical Band The Flaming Lips The Flamingos Fleetwood Mac The Flying Burrito Brothers Focus Foghat Foreigner Frank Sinatra Frank Zappa The Fratellis Fred Astaire Fred Neil Free Friends and Lovers Funkadelic Galler Garbage Gary HOey Gary Moore Gary Wright Genesis George Clinton George Jones George Thorogood The Georgia Satellites Gerry and the Pacemakers Gil Scott-Heron Blen Campbell Golden Earing Gordon Lightfoot Gram Parsons Grand Funk Railroad The Grassroots Grateful Dead The Greencards The Guess Who Guillermo Portabales Guns N' Roses H.P. Lovecraft Hank Williams Sr. Harper's Bizarre Harry Chapin Harry Nilsson Hawkwind Head East Heart Henry Mancini The Highwaymen The Hollies The Hombries The Housemartins Howlin' Wolf and Willie Dixon Humble Pie Ida Cox Iggy Pop and the Stoogs Igor Stravinsky Incredible String band INXS Iron Butterfly It's A Beautiful Day J. Geils Band J.J. 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A: Some albums: "The Way Of The Vaselines" by The Vaselines (quirky Scottish group, now defunct, influential on Nirvana) "L'Amour Fou" by Kanda Bongo Man (soukous music from Zaire - brilliant guitar playing and very uplifting) "Barbed Wire Kisses" by the Jesus & Mary Chain (it's a best-of, but as you don't have any, it's a start : ) "45s And Under" by Squeeze (great melodic pop from a songwriting duo who were heralded as the new Lennon-McCartney. Not quite, but worth checking out) "Beers, Steers + Queers" by Revolting Cocks (the weirder side of industrial) "Architecture & Morality" by Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark (elegant early electronica from 1981)

I saw a ? that was resolved...but the answer wasn't correct. How can I add a correct answer? by Wannabefit Q: A user named Sethelonious asked a question.. "Who recorded the album 'French Kiss'"? No one go it right. It was BOB WELCH. He also asked another question.."Who sang 'Ebony Eyes'"? No one got it right....also BOB WELCH.

A: You could see if the person is open for you to email or im if you are that concerned. Or maybe you can get to their 360 page and leave a message there.

Who sang a song with the lyrics? by sadiemae Q: Come on down Miranda. I think it maybe Bob Welch from the late 70's-early80's. If you have it on youtube, could you please post it or email it to me? I can't find it anywhere. :-( Thanks sooo much. might be john stewart I get the two confused, same era.

A: Midnight Wind- Stevie Nicks and John Stewart Hope I Helped!

What songs have good harmonica parts in key of C? by ru Q: I like folk-country-bluegrass-americana style music. i.e. old crow medicine show, bob dylan, gillian welch, etc...

A: "Ghost Riders In The Sky" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIPz7OHxLvQ&feature=related "Take Me Home Country Roads" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egu9Ls5eiNc "Orange Blossom Special" Charley McCoy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x_cT14JALaQ "Amazing Grace" Charley McCoy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-ATiJQV-KI&feature=fvw "Red River Valley Album song clips Mickey Raphael http://www.emusic.com/album/Mickey-Raphael-Red-River-Valley-MP3-Download/11516181.html "Jambalaya" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhVnqPv0pCU&feature=related

Does anyone know a site where i can get baseball players jersey nos? by Pinay311 Q: Hi guys! I need help with the following players in baseball history: bobby tolan howard johnson dallas green pete rose steve howe bo jackson ty cobb deion sanders jim thorpe satchel paige ken griffey jr. shoeless joe jackson jason thompson josh beckett mark mcgwire terry kennedy billy sunday jim abbott aaron rowand bill buckner ron santo billy bean jim morris bob uecker bob welch kirk gibson will clark cal ripken jr. joe torre rick sutcliffe hank thompson brett butler jack smith bucky dent steve stone dave smith darren daulton tom prince keith hernandez joe carter mike johnson dwight gooden gaylord perry darrell evans tom brown chuck connors bobby cox branch rickey connie mack moe drabowsky tug mcgraw dusty baker walter johnson jerry remy george kelly bill bradley ryne sandberg dave winfield sherry smith dave parker don zimmer silver king orel hershiser

A: try baseball reference dot com

trying to find a 70s era song. I believe the title is rose colored glasses. it is NOT a country song. anyone? by donnalishus Q: the artist sounds like dr. john. perhaps it could be bob welch? the chorus lyrics are similar to... i think i can dance, i think i can dance... then goes on to say... ya know i can dance, ya know i can dance, I CAN DANCE!!!!! anyone?

A: Long Tall Glasses by Leo Sayer

Where can I buy and download two songs....cuz I can;t find them on Amazon? by twentyone21 Q: One is "Carnival" by Clapton.....the other is "Bermuda Triangle" by Bob Welch.

A: Try http://web-music-downloads.com

What are some rock songs about aliens and UFOs? by Q: Examples: Missing Time by Matthew Sweet Hypnotized by Fleetwood Mac/Bob Welch Bermuda Triangle Blues by Blondie

A: Try this listening to Star One, it's a space rock band. I would also recommend Muse, they do space themed songs sometimes. Star One: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=star+one+space+metal&oq=star+one+space+metal&aq=f&aqi=g1&aql=&gs_sm=e&gs_upl=3759l7058l0l7471l16l16l2l10l12l1l229l816l0.1.3l4l0 Muse: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Space+Dementia&oq=Space+Dementia&aq=f&aqi=g10&aql=&gs_sm=e&gs_upl=201748l208641l0l209859l22l20l3l4l4l1l235l2543l0.7.6l13l0

Where is the Big Three of Oakland now? Mulder, Hudson and Zito? by M. Diego Q: These guys were supposed to be the next Maddux, Glavine and Smoltz, or at least the A's in the late 80s: Dave Stewart, Bob Welch and Mike Moore.

A: Hudson is hurt with the Braves, Mulder is hurt and a free agents, and Zito is bad for the Giants.

Is there a song nameable which comes even close to Fleetwood Mac's "Hypnotized" ~ ? by rockman Q: I mean, I like jes' about all their stuff, but... And what IS Bob Welch doing these days, anyway?

A: You know, this is a good question. Fleetwood Mac often overlooks those early LA years between the Peter Green and the Buckingham-Nicks years. Bob Welch was the bridge here, and Mick Fleetwood has often cited Bob Welch as keeping the band afloat through those lean years. I am personally NOT a fan of Bob Welch - too LA/laid back/soft rock for my tastes. But I do very definitely like "Hypnotized" and know I always will. It was an FM favorite here in NYC for years. Welch is now seemingly living off his Fleetwood Mac years, as tenuous as they may be (when Fleetwood Mac was inducted into the RnR Hall Of Fame in 1999, Bob Welch was NOT included) He has released in recent years two CD sets of music entitled "My Fleetwood Mac Years And Beyond" which are just re-records of his music from that period. Part 1 came out in like 2003, with part 2 coming out a little over 3 years later.

In honor of "onederful," here's an "eye" musical question for everyone. Which of these "eye" songs do u like? by "Johns" Q: First of all onederful, SORRY to steal your format. Here are your 5 choices: "Hungry Eyes"---Eric Carmen, "Eye in the Sky"---Alan Parsons Project, "Blue Eyes"---Sir Elton John, "Ebony Eyes"---Bob Welch or "Eyes without a Face"---Billy Idol. Don't know em, Youtube em. Thanks, answer carefully and c'ya on the other side. Until our paths cross again...

A: Awe.... no EC :-( Ok johns, I'll pick Ebony Eyes... but my EC fave would be Blue eyes blue!! Thanks for the dedication, my friend!! ♥♥♥

Rock & Pop--How about answering a little Musical Questionnaire? by Q: Who are your faves? The Who Or The Guess Who The Yardbirds or The Byrds Cream or Hot Chocolate Faces or Small Faces Supertramp or Cheap Trick Heart or Loverboy Bob Welch or Bob Segar Bryan Adams or Ryan Adams Vanilla Fudge or Strawberry Alarm Clock Winger or Wings Blood, Sweat & Tears or Earth, Wind & Fire

A: The Who The Yardbirds Cream (Don't know either to well) Cheap Trick Heart Bob Segar Bryan Adams Strawberry Alarm Clock Wings Earth, Wind & Fire

Any website where I can download Fleetwood Mac songs "Sentimental Lady" and "Hypnotized"? by jimel71898 Q: Both are from the Bob Welch era of Fleetwood Mac, and I am not referring to Welch's solo version of Lady.

A: Wish I could help ya, I have the original album

Who are the top 10 players in your favorite teams history? by Q: Oakland A's fan so here is my list 1. Ricky Henderson 2. Dennis Eckersley 3. Jim 'Catfish' Hunter 4. Reggie Jackson 5. Dave Stewart 6. Mark Mcgwire 7. Jason Giambi 8. Jose Canseco 9. Rollie Fingers 10 Carney Lansford Honorable Mention: Vida Blue, Eric Chavez, Bob Welch, Tim Hudson, Barry Zito, Campy Campaneris, Joe Rudi, Tony Armas, Mike Norris, @John C - Great point about Harwell

A: Tigers 1.Ty Cobb-best hitter ever 2.Al Kaline 3.Hal Newhouser 4.Hank Greenburg 5.Charlie Grenger 6.George Kell 7. Lance Parrish 8.Kirk Gibson 9.Jim Northup 10.Erine Harwell- he deserves to be on here even though he wasn't a player

Based on the criteria for making it into the Hall of Fame, which of the following pitchers is the closest? by PearApple Q: I purposely chose this list of pitchers who will probably never make it, but I want to know your opinion as to who is closest. Here's the list: Doc Gooden, Orel Hershiser, Dave Stewart, Bob Welch, Kevin Brown, David Cone, and Bret Saberhagen.

A: None will ever be elected unless someone gets a future convention of the Veterans Committee extremely drunk one night. Before we go to the actual tote board, I'd select Cone as my preferred FHOFer from this group. Here's how they did in real voting: Brown -- last played 2005, eligible January 2011 ballot. Cone -- last played 2003, eligible January 2009 ballot. Gooden -- first ballot 2006 -- 17 votes, 3.3%, relegated. Hershiser -- first ballot 2006 -- 58 votes, 11.2%; 2007 -- 24 votes, 4.4%, relegated. Saberhagen -- first ballot 2007 -- 7 votes, 1.3%, relegated. Stewart -- first ballot 2001 -- 38 votes, 7.4%; 2002 -- 23 votes, 4.9%, relegated. Welch -- first ballot 2000 -- 1 vote, 0.2%, relegated. Of the five who have been candidates, none lasted more than two ballot cycles, and Orel got the peak return at under 12%. I think Cone will do better on both counts (and Brown, in several ways, is the best pitcher in the bunch), but we must wait and see. I am quite certain that the Hall need not call the plaque minter for any of these fine pitchers, however.

What influence did your father have in your life? by Mama Q: My Dad and I got along great, I was one of his favorite, I could tell by the way he treated me, compared to my other sisters. Of course I was kind and respectful, and adored him, some of my sisters were snotty to Dad and rude. Where you kind to your Dad? --->now my Mother...another story, lol<---- ___________________________________________ *(Our children are sponges, quietly soaking up all we say and do. Bob Welch in "A Father for All Seasons ")

A: You're lucky. I never had a good relationship with my father. It was very strained and he never spent any time with me or my sister, and was always telling us we'd never amount to anything and that he didn't have any confidence in us. Your quote is SO RIGHT......I'm estranged from my father now and as my son says, I have more issues than National Geographic. My mother is just the opposite.

Who is your favorite lead singer of Fleetwood Mac? by Joe S Q: Lindsay Buckingham? Stevie Nicks? Christine McVie? Bob Welch?Peter Green?Danny Kirwan?Jeremy Spencer?

A: love em all , but i have to admit that I have ALWAYS been a sucker for Stevie's magnificent voice

Bob Welch 1978 video of 1977 song "Ebony Eyes" is that young girl? by Gerry Q: Valerie Bertinelli? Take a look - it looks like the young Valerie of near or pre "One Day At A Time". http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnJOsfalSYs&feature=related I went to the Screen Actor Guild location site for Valerie Bertinelli and never could locate her cameo appearances in "Rock Videos". I am certain that this is her (just look at the young girl near the end of the song that Bob Welch sings to). Have a great day - thanks to both of you for your answers. I can only choose one. Best! Gerry :)

A: Yes Gerry that is her!!! WOW I didn't know that before...very interesting!!! Thanks for the info my friend!!! *Hugs* =D

Does anyone remember Bob Welch formerly of Fleetwood Mac? by Q: What was your favorite song?

A: Yes, I still have "Mystery to Me" by Fleetwood Mac (...got me hypnotized...) - he was very influential on that album. Of course, also Sentimental Lady.

What's your favorite Bob Welch song? by Mike H Music Man in New Orleans Q:

A: "Precious Love" and "Ebony Eyes" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJKZHXY11bI

Got a favorite Fleetwood Mac song from the "Bob Welch" era? by Shades of Grey♥ Q: My least favorite era, but side one of Mystery to Me is a classic IMHO ;-) Hypnotized http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewTt09OHXvw

A: Ah... well, 'Hypnotised' is probably my top choice, too. But I'd also add :~ Lay It All Down Silver Heels The Ghost And no one has put any of these on Youtube yet...

Why did Bob Welch leave Fleetwood Mac ? by jeffadelic Q: Has Bob been approached about coming back to Fleetwood Mac ? Lyndsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks bought the band a more pop friendly sucessful sound . Bob and lyndsey would be interesting together during live concerts .

A: In December 1974, Welch departed the band citing exhaustion.

In the Fleetwood Mac/Bob Welch song "Sentimental Lady", what does "14 joys and a will to be merry" mean? by Michelle R Q:

A: Here you are / http://www.oldielyrics.com/lyrics/bob_welch/sentimental_lady.html

Which era of Fleetwood Mac do you Enjoy the most, the Peter Green, Bob Welch or Nicks / Buckingham eras? by Mike H Music Man in New Orleans Q: I know that they have had break-ups and reunions after their Career peak period ending in the mid 80's and you can address that two if you like. What's your favorite song or songs from each period. The Blues Period of Peter Green - Albatross http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ombnqWR3eA The Bob Welch era - Hpnotized http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZlIYM7CmX0 The Nicks Buckingham era - World Turning http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hi1h4BXkJhE

A: Actually, my favorite era is from Then Play On through Bare Trees, so actually that would be the "Danny Kirwan era," really. He's long been my favorite of their songwriters, though of the three frontmen/women combos I'd definitely pick Green. Peter Green - Coming Your Way http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e30mRSqINeA (with "Oh Well" as a very close second) Bob Welch - Child of Mine http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kd7g_hXtK5I Buckingham/Nicks - The Chain http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nVT44ahu3E

Do you remember the old Fleetwood Mac with Bob Welch and Peter Green? by Mike H Music Man in New Orleans Q: This before Stevie and Lyndsey joined the band. They had albums like Bare Trees and Penguin. One of my favorite songs from then is "Oh Well" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFsfPE-t3Hg "Albatross" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bSZHT2XvoLM

A: Well, I don't remember them at the time, as I wasn't born yet! But, I was fortunate enough to be brought up listening to albums from both the 'Buckingham Nicks' era, and the original Peter Green line-up. However, it wasn't until I looked further into the band for myself {in the last few years} that I became aware of the Christine McVie / Danny Kirwan / Bob Welch era from 1970 - 1974. I love Fleetwood Mac from their 1967 origins to the present day, but those classic Blues-based songs are what I call my "3am music" ~ the stuff I relax to. I also particularly like 'Oh Well', but my favourites are probably 'I Loved Another Woman', 'Underway' {full 15 mins version}, 'The Green Manalishi (with the Two Pronged Crown)', 'Man of the World', and 'Need Your Love So Bad'. My personal Fleetwood Mac collection is a little unusual, as it also includes: 3 songs by The Peter B's ~ a band Peter Green was in early in his career; the John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers album "A Hard Road", which was the one Peter played on, and that is where he met Mick and John; the two Chicken Shack albums featuring Christine McVie {then Christine Perfect}; and Christine's first solo album, released just before she officially joined Fleetwood Mac in 1970 {she had already played uncredited piano on a couple of albums}.

what are some singers like rupert holmes, bob welch, al stewart? by Q: what are some others singers like them and what genre are these three i just started listening to there music

A: Gerry Rafferty Leo Sayer Boz Scaggs Todd Rundgren Stephen Bishop Dave Mason Dave Loggins Paul Davis James Taylor Dan Fogelberg

What ever happened to Bob Welch of the Dodgers? What is he doing now? by Myra A Q:

A: Do you mean of the A's because that was the last team he pitched for? In 1990 he went 27-6 2.95 ERA. Retired in 1994 as an A. His book Five O'Clock Comes Early: A Cy Young Award-Winner Recounts His Greatest Victory was co-written with New York Times sports columnist George Vecsey and chronicles Welch's battle with alcoholism. Welch was the pitching coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks when they won the World Series in 2001. During the 2006 World Baseball Classic, Welch served as the pitching coach for The Netherlands.

RIP Bob Welch, What is your fav Fleetwood Mac song? by Thinker Man Made Paradise Q: Info: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2156139/Former-Fleetwood-Mac-member-Bob-Welch-dead-shooting-chest.html

What Is ex Dodger pitcher Bob Welch doing nowadays? by ernieb_73 Q:

A: His book "Five O'Clock Comes Early" was co-written with New York Times sports columnist George Vecsey and chronicles Welch's battle with alcoholism. Welch was the pitching coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks when they won the World Series in 2001. During the 2006 World Baseball Classic, Welch served as the pitching coach for The Netherlands.

How much was Bob Welch paid for co-authoring "Easy Comapny Soldier" with Sgt Don Malarkey? by Dana B Q:

A: Normally that sort of stuff is confidential. Have you tried contacting him directly?

What are your favorite Bob Welch albums or songs from Fleetwood Mac or as a solo artist? by Love It To Death Q:

A: French Kiss

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