Episode 601: ’80s Classic Rock – ZZ Top, Aerosmith, Heart and More




May 15, 2019


  • ZZ Top “I’m Bad, I’m Nationwide” Degüello (Warner Bros. Records) 1979
  • ZZ Top “Sleeping Bad” Afterburner (Warner Bros. Records) 1985
  • J. Geils Band “Must of Got Lost” Nightmares…and Other Tales from the Vinyl Jungle (Atlantic) 1974
  • J. Geils Band “Centerfold” Freeze Frame (EMI) 1981
  • Heart “Crazy on You” Dreamboat Annie (Mushroom) 1975
  • Heart “Alone” Bad Animals (Capitol) 1987
  • Aerosmith “Toys in the Attic” Toys in the Attic (Columbia) 1975
  • Aerosmith “Angel” Permanent Vacation (Geffen) 1987
  • Chicago “25 or 6 to 4” Chicago (Columbia) 1970
  • Chicago “Hard Habit To Break” Chicago 17 (Full Moon/Warner Bros.) 1984
  • Loggins and Messina “Danny’s Song” Sittin’ In (Columbia) 1971
  • Kenny Loggins “Danger Zone” Top Gun (Columbia) 1986
  • Kenny Loggins “I’m Alright” Caddyshack (CBS) 1980


Before he was the king of movie soundtracks, Kenny Loggins was known for his work in Loggins and Messina. Jim, Kevin Goff and Rob Gates discuss Loggins’ ’80s comeback, as well as other artists, and compare their ’80s tracks to their prior work.

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