On Kidd Rock's new album "Rock N Roll Jesus", he has a song titled "All Summer Long" which is a cross of Warren Zevon's "Werewolves of London" and Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama."
Have you heard of it?
What do you think of it?
Here's a link for more information on it:
They play it once every hour on the local pop radio station
I mentioned this on the "Werewolves of London" thread in Werewolf Music. The Kidd Rock music video is even on YouTube. And not a were in sight!
Its ok, but after its been played over and over and over again i tend to change the station/channel.
Yeah, they play the same thing on the radio all the time, over and over and over.
I love that song!!! though, i'm sure were you get the 'werewolves of london' part from, though...
You honestly can't hear the piano riff? Sweet Home has the same chord progression, though, so I guess it'd be easy to get mixed.
While Skynyrd is all over the song, Zevon doesn't really make himself known outside of the few piano parts. In the video, however, there is a brief shot of a record spinning on a turntable, and it is labelled "Werewolves of London". I wish Kid would have tossed in at least one "Ah-Ooooo", though.
ya if you listen to the song its 100% clear lol.
Very interesting i didnt know that until i read this thread =p
Me and some people heard that song come on the radio and one of them thought the station was actually playing "Werewolves of London" for the first couple of seconds. I think it's pretty clear.
Luckily I don't listen to the radio much so I'm not hating the song much
I wish Kid would have tossed in at least one "Ah-Ooooo", though.