An autobiographical journey through modern American culture
See, but that was only LIKE a rolling stone. Had the song been about an actual rolling stone, we're talking maybe 12 or 14 people writing that song.
If Al Kooper and everyone else who contributed a memorable musical element to the arrangement of "Like A Rolling Stone" had tried to get a writing credit – the way it happens with, say, "Irreplaceable" – not to mention Hank Williams and Muddy Waters asking for a piece of the lyrics, well then . . . oh hell, even I don't buy this.
Are you there, Joe? It's me, Marshall.(That's not only a wonderfully "hilarious" Judy Blume reference; it's an indication that I'm trapped in a horrible Google account that won't allow me to use my own name. It's a cry for help.)
It always amazed me that it took two people (Rick James and Alonzo Miller) to write "Super Freak."I wonder who wrote what.
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