The Daily Cut: Genesis "I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)"Tony Banks feels its one of the hallmarks of the band's Peter Gabriel era
The Daily Cut: Nick Lowe "Cruel to Be Kind""Cruel to Be Kind" is Nick Lowe's biggest American hit, and got plenty of airplay on multiple radio formats.
The Daily Cut: The Cars "Good Times Roll"The opening cut of The Cars' first album, "Good Times Roll," isn't a song you should take at face value, according to Ric Ocasek, who wrote it.
The Daily Cut The Police: "Roxanne"Sting originally wrote "Roxanne" as a Brazilian bossa nova on acoustic guitar. Guitarist Andy Summers explains what happened next.
The Daily Cut: Supertramp "The Logical Song"Happy 67th birthday to ex-Supertramp singer-guitarist Roger Hodgson.
The Daily Cut: Thin Lizzy "The Boys Are Back in Town"Thin Lizzy guitarist Scott Gorham says that like most of the Irish band's songs, "The Boys Are Back in Town" originated with late frontman and main writer, Phil Lynott.
The Daily Cut: Grateful Dead "Shakedown Street"The song "Shakedown Street" was produced by Little Feat guitarist Lowell George, as was the album of the same name. Well, sort of, explains Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart.
The Daily Cut: Chicago "25 or 6 to 4"The title "25 or 6 to 4" may sound cryptic, but it really it wasn't meant to be, according to Chicago saxophonist Walter Parazaider.
The Daily Cut Lynyrd Skynyrd: "Tuesday's Gone"
The Daily Cut: U2 "Bullet the Blue Sky"U2 released The Joshua Tree 30 years ago today.
The Daily Cut: Foreigner "Feels Like the First Time"Guitarist Mick Jones wrote both the music and lyrics for Foreigner's first single, "Feels Like the First Time."
The Daily Cut: Procol Harum "A Whiter Shade of Pale"Lyricist Keith Reid said he was engaged in some muti-dimensional storytelling when he wrote the words.