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FOOTNOTES

Song, Writer, Artist, Album, Year.

STING and THE POLICE

Message In A Bottle, Regatta De Blanc, 1979.

Driven To Tears, Zenyatta Mondatta, 1980.

Stewart Copeland, Darkness, Ghost In The Machine, 1981.

Tea In The Sahara, Synchronicity, 1983.

Peanuts, Outlandos D’Amour, 1978.

Born In The Fifties, Outlandos D’Amour, 1978.

All This Time, The Soul Cages, 1991.

Spirits In The Material World, Ghost In The Machine, 1981.

If I Ever Lose My Faith In You, Ten Summoner’s Tales, 1993.

If You Love Someone Set Them Free, The Dream Of The Blue Turtles, 1985.

Be Still My Beating Heart, …Nothing Like The Sun, 1987.

Mad About You, The Soul Cages, 1991.

De Do Do Do, De Da Da Da, Zenyatta Mondatta, 1980. (2)

Don’t Stand So Close To Me, Zenyatta Mondatta, 1980.

Secret Journey, Ghost In The Machine, 1981.

Love Is The Seventh Wave, The Dream Of The Blue Turtles, 1985.

We Work The Black Seam, The Dream Of The Blue Turtles, 1985.

History Will Teach Us Nothing, …Nothing Like The Sun, 1987.

One World (Not Three), Ghost In The Machine, 1981.

PETE TOWNSHEND:

“Uniforms (Corp d’esprit),” All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes, 1982.

“Is It In My Head,” Quadrophenia, 1973.

“You Better You Bet,” Face Dances, 1981.

“A Little Is Enough,” Empty Glass, 1980.

“Squeeze Box,” The Who By Numbers, 1975.

“Slit Skirts,” All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes, 1982.

“Baba O’Riley,” Who’s Next, 1971.

“Let My Love Open The Door,” Empty Glass, 1980.

“Love Ain’t For Keeping,” Odds and Sods (Deluxe Edition), 2000.

“Cache Cache,” Face Dances, 1981.

“Imagine A Man,” The Who By Numbers, 1975.

“Fragments,” Endless Wire, 2006.

“How Can You Do It Alone?” Face Dances, 1981.

“Old Red Wine,” Then And Now, 2004.

“In A Hand Or A Face,” The Who By Numbers, 1975.

“Pure And Easy,” Who’s Next (Expanded), 2000.

“Jools And Jim,” Empty Glass, 1980.

“How Many Friends,” The Who By Numbers, 1975.

“Sound Round,” Endless Wire, 2006.

“Can You Help The One You Really Love?” The Lifehouse Chronicles, 1999.

“Love Reign O’er Me,” Quadrophenia, 1973.

“5:15,” Quadrophenia, 1973.

“The Sea Refuses No River,” All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes, 1982.

“The Seeker,” 1969.”

“Time Is Passing,” Odds and Sods, 1974.

“Crashing By Design,” White City - A Novel, 1985.

“Sister Disco,” Who Are You, 1978.

“Mike Post Theme,” Endless Wire, 2006.

“New Song,” Who Are You, 1978.

“Won’t Get Fooled Again,” Who’s Next, 1971.

“Praying The Game,” Another Scoop, 1987.

“Naked Eye,” Odds and Sods, 1974.

“Another Tricky Day,” Face Dances, 1981.

“Join Together,” 1972.

“Real Good Looking Boy,” Then And Now, 2004.

“Music Must Change,” Who Are You, 1978.

“Who Are You,” Who Are You, 1978.

“Anyway Anyhow Anywhere,” 1965.

“A Little Is Enough,” Empty Glass, 1980.

“Cut My Hair,” Quadrophenia, 1973.

“Daily Records,” Face Dances, 1981.

“Now And Then,” Psychoderelict, 1993.

“The Dirty Jobs,” Quadrophenia, 1973.

“Another Tricky Day,” Face Dances, 1981.

“Sunrise,” The Who Sell Out, 1967.

“I Won’t Run Anymore,” The Iron Man, 1989.

“Another Tricky Day,” Face Dances, 1981.

“After The Fire,” 1984.

“Cache Cache,” Face Dances, 1981.

“Love Ain’t For Keeping,” Who’s Next, 1971.

“It’s Hard,” It’s Hard, 1982.

“Daily Records,” Face Dances, 1981.

“Dance It Away,” 1984.

“The Shout,” Another Scoop, 1987.

“I Won’t Run Anymore,” The Iron Man, 1989.

“A Little Is Enough,” Empty Glass, 1980.

“So Sad About Us,” A Quick One, 1966.

“Stop Hurting People,” All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes, 1982.

“Another Tricky Day,” Face Dances, 1981.

“God Speaks Of Marty Robbins,” Endless Wire, 2006.

“Jools And Jim,” Empty Glass, 1980.

“A Quick One While He’s Away,” A Quick One, 1966.

“Face Dances Part 2,” All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes, 1982.

“All Lovers Are Deranged,” Scoop 3, 2006. (2)

“We Got A Hit,” Endless Wire, 2006.

“Mike Post Theme,” Endless Wire, 2006.

“Had Enough,” Quadrophenia, 1973.

“God Speaks Of Marty Robbins,” Endless Wire, 2006.

“How Many Friends,” The Who By Numbers, 1975.

“Dig,” The Iron Man, 1989.

“God Speaks Of Marty Robbins,” Endless Wire, 2006.

“Crashing By Design,” White City-A Novel, 1985.

“Sea And Sand,” Quadrophenia, 1973.

“God Speaks Of Marty Robbins,” Endless Wire, 2006.

“A Friend Is A Friend,” The Iron Man, 1989.

“Jools And Jim,” Empty Glass, 1980.

“All Lovers Are Deranged,” Scoop 3, 2006.

“Squirm Squirm,” Scoop 3, 2006.

“Long Live Rock,” Odds And Sods, 1974.

“Mary Jane,” Who Came First (Expanded Version), 2006.

“Dirty Water,” Scoop, 1983.

XTC:

“Season Cycle,” Andy Partridge, Skylarking, 1986.

“Train Running Low On Soul Coal,” Andy Partridge, The Big Express, 1984.

“Earn Enough For Us,” Andy Partridge, Skylarking, 1986.

“Easter Theatre,” Andy Partridge, Apple Venus Vol. 1, 1999.

“The Man Who Sailed Around His Soul,” Andy Partridge, Skylarking, 1986.

“Across This Antheap,” Andy Partridge, Oranges and Lemons, 1989. (3)

“Merely A Man,” Andy Partridge, Oranges and Lemons, 1989.

“Chalkhills and Children,” Andy Partridge, Oranges and Lemons, 1989.

“River Of Orchids,” Andy Partridge, Apple Venus Vol. 1, 1999.

“Summer’s Cauldron,” Andy Partridge, Skylarking, 1986.

“Humble Daisy,” Andy Partridge, Nonesuch, 1992.

“Rook,” Andy Partridge, Nonesuch, 1992.

“Playground,” Andy Partridge, Wasp Star (Apple Venus Vol. 2), 2000.

“Green Man,” Andy Partridge, Apple Venus Vol. 1, 1999.

“Senses Working Overtime,” Andy Partridge, English Settlement, 1982.

“Harvest Festival,” Apple Venus Vol. 1, 1999.

“King For A Day,” Colin Moulding, Oranges and Lemons, 1989.

“My Bird Performs,” Colin Moulding, Nonesuch, 1992.

“The Wheel and The Maypole,” Andy Partridge, Wasp Star (Apple Venus Vol. 2), 2000.

“Seagulls Screaming Kiss Her Kiss Her,” Andy Partridge, The Big Express, 1984.

“I Bought Myself A Liarbird,” Andy Partridge, The Big Express, 1984.

“Garden Of Earthly Delights,” Andy Partridge, Oranges and Lemons, 1989. (5)

“Hold Me My Daddy,” Andy Partridge, Oranges and Lemons, 1989.

“Omnibus,” Andy Partridge, Nonesuch, 1992.

“Books Are Burning,” Andy Partridge, Nonesuch, 1992. (2)

“Dear God,” Andy Partridge, Skylarking, 1986.

1975:

“Gone At Last,” Paul Simon, Still Crazy After All These Years.

“Anthem,” Neil Peart, Rush, Fly By Night.

“Throw Back The Little Ones,” Becker/Fagen, Steely Dan, Katy Lied.

“Some Folks’ Lives Roll Easy,” Paul Simon, Still Crazy After All These Years.

“Up To Me,” Bob Dylan, The Blood On The Tracks Sessions.

“Silent Eyes,” Paul Simon, Still Crazy After All These Years.

“Down By The Seaside,” Page/Plant, Led Zeppelin, Physical Graffiti.

“Buckets Of Rain,” Bob Dylan, Blood On The Tracks. (2)

“Shadows and Light,” Joni Mitchell, The Hissing Of Summer Lawns.

“Slip Kid,” Pete Townshend, The Who By Numbers.

“The Rover,” Page/Plant, Led Zeppelin, Physical Graffiti.

“Take It To The Limit,” Henley/Frey, The Eagles, One Of These Nights.

“Jive Talkin’,” The Bee Gees, Main Course.

“Lyin’ Eyes,” Henley/Frey, The Eagles, One Of These Nights.

“We All Fall In Love Sometimes,” Bernie Taupin, Elton John, Captain Fantastic and The Brown Dirt Cowboy.

“The Hissing Of Summer Lawns,” Joni Mitchell, The Hissing Of Summer Lawns.

“Don’t Interrupt The Sorrow,” Joni Mitchell, The Hissing Of Summer Lawns.

“Backstreets,” Bruce Springsteen, Born To Run.

“In The Light,” Page/Plant/Jones, Led Zeppelin, Physical Graffiti.

“Shades Of Scarlett Conquering,” Joni Mitchell, The Hissing Of Summer Lawns.

“(I’ve Been) Searchin’ So Long,” Peter Cetera, Chicago VII.

“Chain Lightning,” Becker/Fagen, Steely Dan, Katy Lied.

“My Little Town,” Paul Simon, Still Crazy After All These Years.

“Captain Fantastic and The Brown Dirt Cowboy,” Bernie Taupin, Elton John, Captain Fantastic and The Brown Dirt Cowboy.

“Fame,” David Bowie/John Lennon, Young Americans.

“Blue, Red and Grey,” Pete Townshend, The Who By Numbers.

“Born To Run,” Bruce Springsteen, Born To Run.

“Move Over Ms. L.” John Lennon.

“Listen To What The Man Said,” Paul McCartney, Venus And Mars.

“Treat Her Gently,” Paul McCartney, Venus And Mars.

“The Answer's At The End,” George Harrison, Extra Texture. (2)

“Love Will Keep Us Together,” Sedaka/Greenfield, The Captain & Tennille.

“You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go,” Bob Dylan, Blood On The Tracks.

“Night,” Bruce Springsteen, Born To Run.

“Jungleland,” Bruce Springsteen, Born To Run.

BILLY:

“Summer, Highland Falls,” Turnstiles, 1976.

“Don’t Ask Me Why,” Glass Houses, 1980.

“Modern Woman,” The Bridge, 1986.

“Falling Of The Rain,” Cold Spring Harbor, 1972.

“Somewhere Along The Line,” Piano Man, 1973.

“My Life,” 52nd Street, 1978.

“Keeping The Faith,” An Innocent Man, 1983.

“Famous Last Words,” River Of Dreams, 1993.

“Piano Man,” Piano Man, 1973.

“Vienna,” The Stranger, 1977.

“Pressure,” The Nylon Curtain, 1982.

“I Go To Extremes,” Storm Front, 1989.

“And So It Goes,” Storm Front, 1989.

“Where’s The Orchestra,” The Nylon Curtain, 1982.

“The Stranger,” The Stranger, 1977.

“You’re My Home,” Piano Man, 1973.

“River Of Dreams,” River Of Dreams, 1993.

“An Innocent Man,” An Innocent Man, 1983.

“Zanzibar,” 52nd Street, 1978.

“Roberta,” Streetlife Serenade, 1974.

“Got To Begin Again,” Cold Spring Harbor, 1972.

“This Is The Time,” The Bridge, 1986.

“It’s Still Rock and Roll To Me,” Glass Houses, 1980.

“James,” Turnstiles, 1976.

“All You Wanna Do Is Dance,” Turnstiles, 1976.

“Vienna,” The Stranger, 1977. (2)

“Rosalinda’s Eyes,” 52nd Street, 1978.

“Laura,” The Nylon Curtain, 1982. (2)

“Easy Money,” An Innocent Man, 1983.

“A Room Of Our Own,” The Nylon Curtain, 1982.

“The Great Wall Of China,” River Of Dreams, 1993.

1968:

“Martha My Dear,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles.

“Big Sky,” Ray Davies, The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society.

“At The Zoo,” Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, Bookends.

“Stand,” Sly Stone, Sly & The Family Stone, Stand!

“Departure,” Graeme Edge, The Moody Blues, In Search Of The Lost Chord.

“Wake The World,” Brian Wilson/Al Jardine, The Beach Boys, Friends.

“Everybody’s Got Something To Hide Except For Me And My Monkey,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles.

“One,” Harry Nilsson.

“Astral Weeks,” Van Morrison, Astral Weeks.

“Bookends Theme,” Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, Bookends.

“Licking Stick - Licking Stick,” James Brown.

“Sympathy For The Devil,” Jagger/Richards, The Rolling Stones, Beggars Banquet.

“Dear Prudence,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles.

“A Hazy Shade Of Winter,” Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, Bookends.

“People Take Pictures Of Each Other,” Ray Davies, The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society.

“Marcie,” Joni Mitchell, Song To A Seagull.

“The Actor,” Justin Hayward, The Moody Blues, In Search Of The Lost Chord.

“If 6 Was 9,” Jimi Hendrix, Axis: Bold As Love.

“Sing A Simple Song,” Sly Stone, Sly & The Family Stone, Stand!

“The Dawntreader,” Joni Mitchell, Song To A Seagull.

“Julia,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles.

“Hey Bulldog,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Yellow Submarine.

“Save The Life Of My Child,” Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, Bookends.

“The Inner Light,” George Harrison, The Beatles.

“Hey Jude,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles.

1969:

“The Night They Drove Ol’ Dixie Down,” Robbie Robertson, The Band.

“Carry That Weight,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Abbey Road.

“Wooden Ships,” Stephen Stills/David Crosby, Crosby, Stills and Nash.

“Long Time Gone,” David Crosby, Crosby, Stills and Nash.

“You Didn’t Hear It,” Pete Townshend, The Who, Tommy.

“She Came In Through The Bathroom Window,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Abbey Road.

“Helplessly Hoping,” Stephen Stills, Crosby, Stills and Nash.

“Heartbreaker,” Page/Plant, Led Zeppelin II.

“Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?”, Robert Lamm, Chicago Transit Authority.

“I Think I Understand,” Joni Mitchell, Clouds.

“The Lemon Song,” Page/Plant/Jones/Bonham, Led Zeppelin II.

“Guinnevere,” David Crosby, Crosby, Stills and Nash.

“Come and Get It,” Lennon/McCartney, Badfinger, Magic Christian Music.

“Raindrops Keep Fallin’ On Me,” Bacharach/David, B.J. Thomas.

“Both Sides Now,” Joni Mitchell, Clouds.

“Listen To The Band,” Michael Nesmith, The Monkees.

“Thank You (Falettin’ Me Be Mice Elf Agin),” Sly Stone, Sly & The Family Stone’s Greatest Hits.

“You Don’t Have To Cry,” Stephen Stills, Crosby, Stills and Nash.

“You Can’t Always Get What You Want,” Jagger/Richards, The Rolling Stones, Let It Bleed.

“Everybody Is A Star,” Sly Stone, Sly & The Family Stone’s Greatest Hits.

“Come Together,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Abbey Road.

“Can’t Find My Way Home,” Steve Winwood, Blind Faith.

“Good Times Bad Times,” Led Zeppelin.

“Cinnamon Girl,” Neil Young, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere.

“The End,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Abbey Road.

THE DAN OF STEEL:

“Third World Man,” Gaucho, 1980.

“Throw Back The Little Ones,” Katy Lied, 1975.

“Razor Boy,” Countdown To Ecstasy, 1973.

“The Caves Of Altamira,” The Royal Scam, 1976.

“Don’t Take Me Alive,” The Royal Scam, 1976.

“The Goodbye Look,” The Nightfly, Donald Fagen, 1982 (2).

“Your Gold Teeth,” Countdown To Ecstasy, 1973.

“Daddy Don’t Live In That New York City No More,” Katy Lied, 1975.

“Florida Room,” Kamikiriad, Donald Fagen, 1993.

“Dirty Work,” Can’t Buy A Thrill, 1972.

“Change Of The Guard,” Can’t Buy A Thrill, 1972.

“What I Do,” Morph The Cat, 2006.

“Aja,” Aja, 1977.

“Any Major Dude Will Tell You,” Pretzel Logic, 1974.

“Everything You Did,” The Royal Scam, 1976.

“Aja,” Aja, 1977.

“Hey Nineteen,” Gaucho, 1980.

“Babylon Sisters,” Gaucho, 1980.

“Chain Lightning,” Katy Lied, 1975.

“Junkie Girl,” 11 Tracks Of Whack, Walter Becker, 1994.

“Pretzel Logic,” Pretzel Logic, 1974.

1965:

“The Kids Are Alright,” Pete Townshend, The Who, The Who Sings My Generation.

“It’s All Over Now, Baby Blue,” Bob Dylan, Bringing It All Back Home.

“Leaves That Are Green,” Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, Sounds Of Silence.

“I’m Looking Through You,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Rubber Soul.

“Desolation Row,” Bob Dylan, Highway 61 Revisited.

“Blessed,” Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, Sounds Of Silence.

“Love Minus Zero/No Limit,” Bob Dylan, Bringing It All Back Home.

“Girl,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Rubber Soul.

“Subterranean Homesick Blues,” Bob Dylan, Bringing It All Back Home.

“We Can Work It Out,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles.

1966:

“Mother’s Little Helper,” Jagger/Richards, The Rolling Stones.

“I’m Only Sleeping,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Revolver.

“Visions Of Johanna,” Bob Dylan, Blonde On Blonde.

“She Said She Said,” Lennon/ McCartney, The Beatles, Revolver.

“Rain,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles.

“Tomorrow Never Knows,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Revolver.

“Flowers Never Bend With The Rainfall,” Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme.

“4th Time Around,” Bob Dylan, Blonde On Blonde.

“Love Is A Beautiful Thing,” Felix Cavaliere/Eddie Brigati, The Rascals.

“Ain’t Too Proud To Beg,” Norman Whitfield/Edward Holland Jr., The Temptations.

“Rainy Day Women #12 & 35,” Bob Dylan, Blonde On Blonde.

“The Dangling Conversation,” Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme.

“For What It’s Worth,” Stephen Stills, Buffalo Springfield.

“The 59th Street Bridge Song,” Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, Parsley, Sage, Rosemary & Thyme.

1967:

“Bike,” Syd Barrett, Pink Floyd, The Piper At The Gates Of Dawn.

“Massachusetts,” Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb, The Bee Gees, Bee Gees 1st.

“I Am A Child,” Neil Young, Buffalo Springfield, Buffalo Springfield Again.

“Within You Without You,” George Harrison, The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

“Harmony,” Sly Stone, Sly & The Family Stone, Life.

“I Dreamed I Saw St. Augustine,” Bob Dylan, John Wesley Harding.

“All Along The Watchtower,” Bob Dylan, John Wesley Harding.

“She’s Leaving Home,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.

“Dear Landlord,” Bob Dylan, John Wesley Harding.

“Strawberry Fields Forever,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Magical Mystery Tour.

I.

“Minutes To Memories,” John Mellencamp, Scarecrow, 1985.

“Lonely Ol’ Night,” John Mellencamp, Scarecrow, 1985.

“Stranger Than Fiction,” Joe Jackson, Laughter And Lust, 1991.

“Swords And Knives,” Roland Orzabal, Tears For Fears, The Seeds Of Love, 1989.

“Show Me,” Chrissie Hynde, The Pretenders, Learning To Crawl, 1983.

“That’s The Way Of The World,” Maurice White, Earth Wind and Fire, 1975.

“Some Days Are Better Than Others,” Bono and The Edge, U2, Zooropa, 1993.

“Pink Cashmere,” Prince, The Hits, 1993.

“War Paint,” Neil Peart, Rush, Presto, 1989.

“World Party,” Karl Wallinger, World Party, Private Revolution, 1986.

“Everything Put Together Falls Apart,” Paul Simon, 1972.

“Night In The City,” Joni Mitchell, 1968.

“However Absurd,” Paul McCartney, Press To Play, 1986.

“Troubled Child,” Joni Mitchell, Court And Spark, 1974.

“Deadbeat Club,” The B-52’s, Cosmic Thing, 1989.

“New Mistake,” Andy Sturmmer/Roger Manning, Jellyfish, Spilt Milk, 1993.

“New Lace Sleeves,” Elvis Costello, Trust, 1981.

“It’s Hard To Be A Saint In The City,” Bruce Springsteen, Greeting From Asbury Park, NJ, 1973.

“Walking On The Moon,” Sting, The Police, Regatta De Blanc, 1979.

“Cars Are Cars,” Paul Simon, Hearts And Bones, 1983.

“U Got The Look,” Prince, Sign O’ The Times, 1987.

“Closer To The Heart,” Neil Peart and Pye Dubois, Rush, A Farewell To Kings, 1977.

“Laura,” Billy Joel, The Nylon Curtain, 1982.

“Heroes And Villains,” Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks, Brian Wilson Presents Smile, 2004.

“The Dawntreader,” Joni Mitchell, 1968.

“When It’s Love,” Van Halen, OU812, 1988.

“Death Of A Disco Dancer,” Morrissey/Marr, The Smiths, Strangeways Here We Come, 1987.

“I Bought Myself A Liarbird,” Andy Partridge, XTC, The Big Express, 1984.

“5 Years,” Bjork, Homogenic, 2000.

“Ripples,” Collins/Banks/Rutherford, Genesis, A Trick Of The Tail, 1976.

“Get Back,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Let It Be, 1970.

“Who’s Cryin’ Now,” Steve Perry/Jonathan Cain/Neal Schon, Journey, Escape, 1981.

“When The Levee Breaks,” Plant/Page/Jones/Bonham, Led Zeppelin IV, 1971.

“Evil,” Stevie Wonder, Music Of My Mind, 1972.

“Bravado,” Neil Peart, Rush, Roll The Bones, 1991.

“Long Time Gone,” David Crosby, Crosby Stills and Nash, 1969.

“I Want You,” Elvis Costello, Blood And Chocolate, 1986.

“These Days,” Michael Stipe, R.E.M. Lifes Rich Pageant, 1986.

“Gold Dust Woman,” Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac, Rumours, 1976.

“I Feel Like A Bullet (In The Gun Of Robert Ford),” Elton John/Bernie Taupin, Rock Of The Westies, 1975.

“I Want Your Sex,” George Michael, Faith, 1987. (2)

“Spread,” Andre 3000, Outkast, Speakerboxx/The Love Below, 2004.

“Undo,” Bjork, Vespertine, 2003. (2)

“A Tree On Allenford,” Rickie Lee Jones, The Evening Of My Best Day, 2004.

“Working For The Weekend,” Loverboy, 1981.

“Good Day Sunshine,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Revolver, 1966.

“The Ghost At Number One,” Andy Sturmmer/Roger Manning, Jellyfish, Spilt Milk, 1993.

“Working Class Hero,” John Lennon, Plastic Ono Band, 1970.

II.

“The Glutton Of Sympathy,” Andy Sturmmer/Roger Manning, Jellyfish, Spilt Milk, 1993.

“Ain’t Gonna Come Till I’m Ready,” Karl Wallinger, World Party, Goodbye Jumbo, 1990.

“New Test Leper,” Michael Stipe, R.E.M., New Adventures In Hi-Fi, 1996.

“They Won’t Go When I Go,” Stevie Wonder, Fulfillingness’ First Finale, 1974.

“Cleopatra’s Cat,” Chris Barron, Spin Doctors, Turn It Upside Down, 1994.

“45,” Elvis Costello, When I Was Cruel, 2002.

“Poses,” Rufus Wainwright, Poses, 2001.

“A Month Of Sundays,” Don Henley, Building The Perfect Beast, 1984. (2)

“You’ve Got To Show,” Emily Saliers, Indigo Girls, Become You, 2002.

“The Greatest Discovery,” Elton John/Bernie Taupin, Elton John, 1970.

“Tongue,” Michael Stipe, R.E.M., Monster, 1994.

“Radio Song,” Michael Stipe, R.E.M., Out Of Time, 1991.

“Mystery,” Emily Saliers, Indigo Girls, Swamp Ophelia, 1994. (2)

“Cold Fire,” Neil Peart, Rush, Counterparts, 1994.

“Time Out Of Mind,” Walter Becker/Donald Fagen, Steely Dan, Gaucho, 1980. (2)

“Naked Eye,” Pete Townshend, The Who, Odds And Sods, 1974. (3)

“Throw Back The Little Ones,” Walter Becker/Donald Fagen, Steely Dan, Katy Lied, 1975. (2)

“Two Hearts Beat As One,” Bono, U2, War, 1983.

“The Evening Of My Best Day,” Rickie Lee Jones, The Evening Of My Best Day, 2004.

“Josie,” Becker/Fagen, Steely Dan, Aja, 1976. (2)

“Lost Paraguayos,” Rod Stewart, Never A Dull Moment, 1974.

“The Morning Papers,” Prince, 1992.

“Serve The Servants,” Kurt Cobain, Nirvana, In Utero, 1993.

“Forever In My Heart,” Prince, Sign O’ The Times, 1987.

“Check It Out,” John Mellencamp, The Lonesome Jubilee, 1987.

“Trying To Throw Your Arms Around The World,” Bono, U2, Achtung Baby, 1991.

III.

“Free Will,” Neil Peart, Rush, Permanent Waves, 1980.

“Your Move,” Jon Anderson, Yes, The Yes Album, 1971.

“My Life,” Billy Joel, 52nd Street, 1978.

“April Fools,” Rufus Wainwright, 1998.

“Language Or The Kiss,” Emily Saliers, Indigo Girls, Swamp Ophelia, 1994.

“Back Seat Of My Car,” Paul McCartney, Ram, 1971.

“Natural Science,” Neil Peart, Rush, Permanent Waves, 1980. (3)

“Losing My Religion,” Michael Stipe, R.E.M., Out Of Time, 1991.

“Like A Rolling Stone,” Bob Dylan, Highway 61 Revisited, 1965.

“Another Tricky Day,” Pete Townshend, The Who, Face Dances, 1981. (6)

“Crazy Little Thing Called Love,” Freddie Mercury, Queen, The Game, 1980.

“Best Of My Love,” Don Henley/Glenn Frey/JD Souther, The Eagles, On The Border, 1974.

“Cold Blue Steel And Sweet Fire,” Joni Mitchell, For The Roses, 1972.

“What Is And What Should Never Be,” Robert Plant/Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin II, 1969.

“I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For,” Bono, U2, The Joshua Tree, 1987. (2)

“Vertigo,” Bono, U2, How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, 2004. (2)

“All In Love Is Fair,” Stevie Wonder, Innervisions, 1973.

“Get Out The Map,” Emily Saliers, Indigo Girls, Shaming Of The Sun, 1996. (2)

“Street Fighting Man,” Jagger/Richards, The Rolling Stones, Beggars Banquet, 1968.

“Summer, Highland Falls,” Billy Joel, Turnstiles, 1976. (2)

“Babylon Sisters,” Becker/Fagen, Steely Dan, Gaucho, 1980. (3)

“The Flowers Of Guatemala,” Michael Stipe, R.E.M., Lifes Rich Pageant, 1986.

“Watching The Wheels,” John Lennon, Double Fantasy, 1980.

“Roxanne,” Sting, The Police, Outlandos D’Amour, 1978.

“Just The Way You Are,” Billy Joel, The Stranger, 1977.

“Go Or Go Ahead,” Rufus Wainwright, Want One, 2003.

“Landslide,” Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac, 1975.

“Imagine,” John Lennon, Imagine, 1971.

“Because,” Lennon/McCartney, The Beatles, Abbey Road, 1969.

“Mind Games,” John Lennon, Mind Games, 1973. (2)

“Subterranean Homesick Blues,” Bob Dylan, Bringing It All Back Home, 1965.

FOUR:

“Siberian Khatru,” Jon Anderson, Yes, Close To The Edge, 1972.

“Ghost,” Emily Saliers, Indigo Girls, Rites Of Passage, 1992.

“Sometimes It Snows In April,” Prince, Parade, 1986.

“Send One Your Love,” Stevie Wonder, Journey Through The Secret Life Of Plants, 1979. (2)

“Bicycle Race,” Freddie Mercury, Queen, Jazz, 1978. (3)

“Hope,” Michael Stipe, R.E.M., Up, 1998.

“Candy’s Room,” Bruce Springsteen, Darkness On The Edge Of Town, 1978.

“Down In The Motherlode,” Collins/Banks/Rutherford, Genesis, …And Then There Were Three, 1978.

“The Real End,” Rickie Lee Jones, The Magazine, 1984.

“Too Many People,” Paul McCartney, Ram, 1971.

“Captain Jack,” Billy Joel, Piano Man, 1973.

“I’ve Loved These Days,” Billy Joel, Turnstiles, 1976.

“Good Times Bad Times,” Robert Plant/Jimmy Page, Led Zeppelin, 1969.

“Yours Is No Disgrace,” Jon Anderson, Yes, The Yes Album, 1971.

“The Wrong Child,” Michael Stipe, R.E.M., Green, 1988.

“Sunday Bloody Sunday,” Bono, U2, War, 1983. (3)

“Homeward Bound,” Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel, Parsley Sage Rosemary & Thyme, 1966.

“Baba O’Riley,” Pete Townshend, The Who, Who’s Next, 1971. (2)

“The Stranger,” Billy Joel, The Stranger, 1977. (3)

“Born To Run,” Bruce Springsteen, Born To Run, 1975.

“Sometimes You Can’t Make It On Your Own,” Bono, U2, How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb, 2004. (2)

V.

"It's Not Up To You," Bjork, Vespertine, 2001.

“Between The Wheels,” Neil Peart, Rush, Grace Under Pressure, 1984.

“Sledgehammer,” Peter Gabriel, So, 1986.

“You Are The Sunshine Of My Life,” Stevie Wonder, Talking Book, 1972.

“Honky Tonk Woman,” Mick Jagger/Keith Richards, The Rolling Stones, 1969.

“How Deep Is Your Love,” The Bee Gees, Saturday Night Fever, 1977.

“Fortress Around Your Heart,” Sting, The Dream Of The Blue Turtles, 1985.

“Graceland,” Paul Simon, Graceland, 1986. (2)

“The Ocean,” Robert Plant, Led Zeppelin, Houses Of The Holy, 1973.

“Bargain,” Pete Townshend, The Who, Who’s Next, 1971.

“Dragon Attack,” Brian May, Queen, The Game, 1980.

“Temporary,” StephenBard, BardTodd, Night Nude Luge, 2002. (2)

“Automatic,” Prince, 1999, 1982.

“Want,” Rufus Wainwright, Want One, 2003. (2)

“Lovers Of Today,” Chrissie Hynde, The Pretenders, Pretenders, 1980.

“Something In The Way,” Kurt Cobain, Nirvana, Nevermind, 1991.

“Nobody’s Fool,” Kenny Loggins, Caddyshack 2, 1988.

“Untitled,” Michael Stipe, R.E.M., Green, 1988.

“God, Part II,” Bono, U2, Rattle And Hum, 1988. (2)

“The Tea Leaf Prophecy,” Joni Mitchell, Chalkmark In A Rainstorm, 1988.

1982:

“…And In Every Home,” Elvis Costello, Imperial Bedroom.

“Moon At The Window,” Joni Mitchell, Wild Things Run Fast. (3)

“Uniforms,” Pete Townshend, All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes. (2)

“Where’s The Orchestra?” Billy Joel, The Nylon Curtain.

“Tug Of War,” Paul McCartney, Tug Of War. (2)

“Let’s Pretend We’re Married,” Prince, 1999.

“Slit Skirts,” Pete Townshend, All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes. (4)

“Real Men,” Joe Jackson, Night And Day. (2)

“Rock Of Ages,” Def Leppard, Pyromania.

“Losing It,” Neil Peart, Rush, Signals.

“A Man Is A Man,” Pete Townshend, The Who, It’s Hard. (2)

“New Frontier,” Donald Fagen, The Nightfly.

“A Slow Song,” Joe Jackson, Night And Day.

“Stop Hurting People,” Pete Townshend, All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes. (3)

“Allentown,” Billy Joel, The Nylon Curtain.

“Love,” Joni Mitchell, Wild Things Run Fast. (3)

“Somebody Saved Me,” Pete Townshend, All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes.

“Ladies’ Man,” Joni Mitchell, Wild Things Run Fast.

“Gypsy,” Stevie Nicks, Fleetwood Mac, Mirage.

“I.G.Y.” Donald Fagen, The Nightfly. (2)

“Senses Working Overtime,” Andy Partridge, XTC, English Settlement. (2)

“Be Cool,” Joni Mitchell, Wild Things Run Fast. (2)

“Free,” Prince, 1999. (3)

“Somebody Who Cares,” Paul McCartney, Tug Of War.

“Man To Man,” Joni Mitchell, Wild Things Run Fast.

“The Pound Is Sinking,” Paul McCartney, Tug Of War.

“Exquisitely Bored,” Pete Townshend, All The Best Cowboys Have Chinese Eyes.

“Under Pressure,” David Bowie/Queen, Hot Space.

“D.M.S.R.” Prince, 1999.

“Down In The Cockpit,” Andy Partridge, XTC, English Settlement. (2)

“She’s Right On Time,” Billy Joel, The Nylon Curtain.

“Scandinavian Skies,” Billy Joel, The Nylon Curtain.

“Ribbon In The Sky,” Stevie Wonder, Original Musiquarium, Vol. 1. (2)

“One Life’s Enough,” Pete Townshend, The Who, It’s Hard.

“My Own Way,” Duran Duran, Rio.

“Subdivisions,” Neil Peart, Rush, Signals.

“Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” Michael Jackson, Thriller.

“Don’t Hurt Yourself,” Todd Rundgren, The Ever Popular Tortured Artist Effect.

“Eminence Front,” Pete Townshend, The Who, It’s Hard.

“Take It Away,” Paul McCartney, Tug Of War.

“Bang The Drum All Day,” Todd Rundgren, The Ever Popular Tortured Artist Effect.

“A Room Of Our Own,” Billy Joel, The Nylon Curtain. (2)

“Ebony And Ivory,” Paul McCartney/Stevie Wonder, Tug Of War. (2)

POP:

“Leaving On A Jet Plane,” Peter, Paul & Mary, 1969.

“If You Could Read My Mind,” Gordon Lightfoot, 1971.

“I Can See Clearly Now,” Johnny Nash, 1972.

“O-o-h Child,” The Five Stairsteps, 1972.

“The Air That I Breathe,” The Hollies, 1972.

“The Things We Do For Love,” Eric Stewart, 10CC, 1976. (2)

“Nobody Does It Better,” Carly Simon, 1977.

“You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth,” Jim Steinman, Meat Loaf, Bat Out Of Hell, 1977. (2)

“Burnin’ For You,” Buck Dharma, Blue Oyster Cult, 1981.

“Working For The Weekend,” Loverboy, 1981.

“Let It Whip,” The Dazz Band, 1981.

“Our Lips Are Sealed,” Jane Weidlin, The Go-Go’s, 1981.

“Be Near Me,” ABC, 1985.

“Your Love,” The Outfield, 1985.

“Dance Hall Days,” Wang Chung, 1985.

“Manic Monday,” Prince, The Bangles, 1986.

“Life In A Northern Town,” The Dream Academy, 1986.

“Roam,” The B-52’s, 1989. (2)

“Don’t Dream It’s Over,” Neil Finn, Crowded House, 1987.

“Big Yellow Taxi,” Joni Mitchell, Ladies Of The Canyon, 1970.

“Beautiful Boy,” John Lennon, Double Fantasy, 1980.

Like a teardrop in the ocean, a diamond in the waste.
(Peart)