Bob Marley owns all other Bobs in popular music.
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- Positve Vibrations
- D’yer Maker – Led Zeppelin
- Crazy Baldhead
- The Act We Act – Sugar
- Johnny Was
- Hurricane (Live) – Bob Dylan
- Showdown at Big Sky – Robbie Robertson
- Across 110th Street – Bobby Womack
- Concrete Jungle
- Heading Out to the Highway – Judas Priest
- Iron Lion Zion
- Night Moves – Bob Segar
10 thoughts on “#0032 – File under: The Battle of the Bobs”
D’yer Maker is pronounce “ja” maker short for “did you maker her”, no she came on her own accord.
I stand corrected, but it’s still a lame song for Zeppelin. I expect every song to be as awesome as The Rain Song, or Your Time is Gonna Come.
Dude, how come you picked every other Bob’s shittiest songs and all of the super-tight Marley jams? Conspiracy.
Okay, with the exception of the aforementioned D’yer Maker and maybe Robbie Robertson’s solo work (with the BoDeans, Bono, Edge and Peter Gabriel — if you can call that a “solo”), you’re really telling me that Dylan’s Hurricane is weak? Dude, that’s like one of my favorite Dylan tracks.
How about 110th Street? I even put in a strong word for Bob Seger.
You’re killing me, Smalls!
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