Tag Archives: Supergroup

#songoftheday: Them Crooked Vultures – Scumbag Blues

Of all the songs Them Crooked Vultures produced, this one always seemed to have the biggest John Paul Jones influence.  Sort of a more bluesy and upbeat companion to Trampled Under Foot from Led Zeppelin’s Physical Graffiti.

 

 

#songoftheday: Derek and the Dominos – I Am Yours

You really can’t fake a long distance relationship.

When conversation, and correspondence are all you have, there’s that level of trust, and sincerity that isn’t always as prominent under normal circumstances.

In this song, Eric Clapton gets a bit of lyrical help from a 12th-century Persian poet to get this feeling across.

#songoftheday: Audioslave – Show Me How to Live

Supergroups are never really built to last, but I always enjoyed Audioslave for the time that they were around. The combination of Rage Against the Machine’s funk-metal sound with Chris Cornell’s top-tier alt-rock voice always seemed like a winner to me.

Bonus points for the Vantage Point footage in this music video too.