Thursday, August 27, 2009

An (Exceptionally Loud But Mostly) Early Clue to the New Direction!

From 1996, please enjoy the incomparable Webb Wilder -- last of the full grown men and idol of idle youth -- and the astounding rave-up that is "Loud Music." Written (and featuring frighteningly hot guitar work) by former Joe Ely fret monster David Grissom.





As always, a coveted PowerPop No-Prize will be awarded the first reader who gleans its relevance to the theme of tomorrow's Weekend Listomania.

14 comments:

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Peter said...

best "turn it up to 11" song?

Anonymous said...

cool country pop singers .
bands that use les paul guitars

geor3ge said...

Alliterative names?

Self-descriptive titles?

steve simels said...

Anonymous said...
cool country pop singers .
bands that use les paul guitars


Closer than you might think...

racymind said...

Best pop song to mention trains.

Best pop song about breakin' the law

TJWood said...

Grissom, I believe, has also played with John Mellencamp.

Best rockabilly guitar breaks, perhaps?

Libby Spencer said...

Best guitarists.

steve simels said...

No, no, no, and no.

Although the guitar is the clue.

MBowen said...

Twangy songs?

dSmith said...

Songs about guitar playing?

Nigel Tufnel said...

Songs featuring Gretsch guitars?

steve simels said...

Okay, I've really been a prick about this one.

It's not songs about guitars...think more generally.
:-)

dSmith said...

Songs about making music?