Dylan Top 5 Songs That Make You Feel Warm and Fuzzy
I know it's getting colder but you have to feel good about the fact that there's ton's of snow around us but we haven't been hit with any yet. I know one way to stay warm this winter, good classic rock music. I think maybe these tracks had something else in mind?
A live version was released in 1983 on their album Alive She Cried, the first of several live albums released in subsequent decades to include the song.
MTV ranked "Pour Some Sugar on Me" No. 1 in its "Top 300 Videos of All Time" countdown in May 1991.
Steven Tyler claims the song's lyrics were inspired by an experience he had at a hotel, in which he was making out with a girl in the elevator and they started having sex as the doors opened; “It felt like a lifetime waiting for those doors to close,” quipped Tyler.
Kid Rock covered this song a couple of years back. It's not as good as the original but it's not bad either.
Led Zeppelin's bass player John Paul Jones has stated that Page's famous riff probably emerged from a stage improvisation during the band's playing of "Dazed And Confused."