steve miller band the joker

the signs as popular songs from the 70s
  • aries: dream on // aerosmith
  • taurus: i'll be there // jackson 5
  • gemini: layla // derek and the dominos
  • cancer: piano man // billy joel
  • leo: american girl // tom petty and the heartbreakers
  • virgo: tiny dancer // elton john
  • libra: wish you were here // pink floyd
  • scorpio: hotel california // the eagles
  • sagittarius: bohemian rhapsody // queen
  • capricorn: go your own way // fleetwood mac
  • aquarius: imagine // john lennon
  • pisces: the joker // steve miller band
Make Your Own Playlist!

Hey guys I have put a song for each Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus and Mars sign so you can make your own mini playlist based on your placements :D I hope you like it :)))


Sun Signs

Aries: The Trick To Life - The Hoosiers (x)
Taurus: The Joker - Steve Miller Band (x)
Gemini: Daylight - Matt and Kim (x)
Cancer: Daydream Believer - The Monkees (x)
Leo: Green Light - Lorde (x)
Virgo: Call Me Out - PLTS (x)
Libra: Happy - Marina & The Diamonds (x)
Scorpio: No Good - Knuckle Puck (x)
Sagittarius: Mustang - Skegss (x)
Capricorn: NEW DORP. NEW YORK - SBTRKT & Ezra Koenig (x)
Aquarius: Teenage Icon - The Vaccines (x)
Pisces: For Real - Mallrat (x)


Moon Signs

Aries: Tennessee - Kiiara (x)
Taurus: Joan of Arc - Jamie T (x)
Gemini: The World at Large - Modest Mouse (x)
Cancer: Art School Wannabe - Sorority Noise (x)
Leo: Lush Life - Zara Larsson (x)
Virgo: Hourglass - Trophy Eyes (x)
Libra: Some Nights - Fun. (x)
Scorpio: The Science of Selling Yourself Short - Less Than Jake (x)
Sagittarius: She’s Thunderstorms - Arctic Monkeys (x)
Capricorn: Keep Growing - Camp Cope (x)
Aquarius: One Headlight - The Wallflowers (x)
Pisces: Twilight Driving - Methyl Ethel (x)


Mercury Signs

Aries: Can’t Stop - Red Hot Chili Peppers (x)
Taurus: You Only Live Once - The Strokes (x)
Gemini: Talk Too Much - COIN (x)
Cancer: Tongue Tied - Grouplove (x)

Leo: Queen - Client Liaison (x)
Virgo: Your Ex Lover Is Dead - Stars (x)
Libra: Say What You Want - Columbus (x)
Scorpio: Borderline - Tove Styrke (x)
Sagittarius: Death To The Lads - The Smith Street Band (x)
Capricorn: Best Of You - Foo Fighters (x)
Aquarius: I’m Good - The Mowgli’s (x)
Pisces: Feels Like We Only Go Backwards - Tame Impala (x)


Venus Signs 

Aries: You and I in Unison - La Dispute (x)
Taurus: December - Neck Deep (x)
Gemini: That’s What I Like - Bruno Mars (x)
Cancer: Slide - Goo Goo Dolls (x)

Leo: All I Want Is You - Ball Park Music (x)
Virgo: 5 Years Time - Noah and the Whale (x)
Libra: Shimmer - Fuel (x)
Scorpio: Inside Out - The Chainsmokers (x)
Sagittarius: for him. - Troye Sivan ft. Allday (x)
Capricorn: Brown Eyed Girl - Van Morrison (x)
Aquarius: Guillotine - The Wombats (x)
Pisces: Delete - DMA’s (x)


Mars Signs 

Aries: Start Me Up - Rolling Stones (x)
Taurus: I’ve Given Up On You - Real Friends (x)
Gemini: She Got Arrested - The Interrupters (x)
Cancer: Not My Friends - Tired Lion (x)
Leo: Somebody’s Talking - The Preatures (x)
Virgo: Your Graduation - Modern Baseball (x)
Libra: Gut Full - The Hard Aches (x)
Scorpio: I Feel It Coming - The Weeknd (x)
Sagittarius: Volcano Girls - Veruca Salt (x)
Capricorn: Came Out Swinging - The Wonder Years (x)
Aquarius: Bullshit - Dune Rats (x)
Pisces: Kill Em With Kindness - Selena Gomez (x)

a playlist of 70’s-80’s rock n roll classics that everybody knows and loves. for those times when you just wanna rock the fuck out.

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tracklist : 1. the joker - steve miller band // 2. low rider - war // 3. sweet child o’ mine - guns n roses // 4. stairway to heaven - led zepplin // 5. carry on wayward son - kansas // 6. more than a feeling - boston // 7. should i stay or should i go - the clash // 8. baba o’riley - the who // 9. bohemian rhapsody - queen // 10. go your own way - fleetwood mac // 11. brown eyed girl - van morrison // 12. my generation - the who // 13. american woman - the guess who // 14. sweet home alabama - lynyrd skynyrd // 15. have you ever seen the rain - creedence clearwater revival // 16. born to be wild - steppenwolf // 17. knockin’ on heaven’s door (acoustic) - bob dylan // 18. all along the watchtower - jimi hendrix // 19. love her madly - the doors // 20. crazy train - ozzy osbourne // 21. walk on the wild side - lou reed // 22. american pie - don mclean // 23. walk this way - aerosmith // 24. paint it black - the rolling stones // 25. paradise city - guns n roses // 26. bad moon rising - creedence clearwater revival // 27. pour some sugar on me - def leppard // 28. another one bites the dust - queen // 29. house of the rising sun - the animals // 30. ramblin’ man - allman brothers band // 31. we’re not gonna take it - twisted sister // 32. back in black - ac/dc // 33. money - pink floyd // 34. the chain - fleetwood mac // 35. dream on - aerosmith // 36. listen to the music - the doobie brothers // 37. like a rolling stone - bob dylan // 38. black dog - led zepplin // 39. any way you want it - journey // 40. simple man - lynyrd skynyrd // 41. i won’t back down - tom petty // 42. rock you like a hurricane - the scorpions // 43. rock and roll all nite - kiss // 44. you give love a bad name - bon jovi // 45. la grange - zz top // 46. jump - van halen // 47. highway to hell - ac/dc // 48. you really got me - the kinks // 49. (i can’t get no) satisfaction - the rolling stones // 50. living on a prayer - bon jovi

8:30 Running Mix

Each song on this running playlist clocks in at 165 beats per minute, helping you stay on track for an 8:30 minute mile. This particular mix is made up of a balance between rock, alternative and pop songs.

Countdown - Beyonce // I’m a Believer - Smashmouth // Who Invited You - The Donnas // You Make My Dreams Come True - Hall & Oates //  Runaway Baby - Bruno Mars // How Far We’ve Come - Matchbox 20 // Molly’s Lips - Nirvana // Some Fantastic - The Barenaked Ladies // Dreaming - Blondie // Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go - Wham! // Nothing’s Shocking - Jane’s Addiction // The Joker - Steve Miller Band // What I Like About You - Lillix // In One Ear - Cage the Elephant // Six Feet Under - No Doubt // Party Out of Bounds - The B-52’s // Kiss Me On the Bus - The Replacements // Get Over It - Eagles // R.O.C.K. in the U.S.A. - John Mellencamp // Victoria - The Kinks

Total time = 1 hour 6 minutes

Click here to visit 8tracks and hear the mix. 

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The Joker - Steve Miller Band Lyrics

Don’t know about peach thing, “giggle”, but my muses picked this out and I love this song…so I’m good:)<3<3<3 xoxoxo

Marauders Music Headcanons

These headcanons are based purely on the Marauders Era (1960′s-1970′s) and the popular music of that time.

SO…

It probably wouldn’t be a huge shocker if Walburga forced Sirius and Regulus to listen to some classical music (by Wizard musicians of course; there would be none of that muggle, Mozart, garbage in 12 Grimmauld Place thanks) So Sirius grows up listening to lyric-less or operatic music that makes him want to gouge his ears out with a goddamned fork. However, after going to Hogwarts and becoming acquainted with muggle-born students, he has a queue of songs written down on at least three feet of parchment. He come to love music with a passion (particularly rock and roll). There are nights where James has been woken up by Sirius singing in his sleep. It’s Sirius’ dream to be able to play the guitar after listening to the amazing guitar solo played between Joe Walsh and Don Felder in Hotel California. One Christmas, Mooney, Prongs and Wormtail pool their money together to get Sirius an acoustic guitar. For the first couple of weeks, it was the worst mistakes of their lives- he won’t stop practicing in his free time, and as any beginner, he isn’t the best. But eventually, he builds up his skill as a guitarist as well as calluses on his fingers from strumming and holding down the cords. FAVORITE SONGS: The Joker (Steve Miller Band); Another Brick in the Wall Part 2 (Pink Floyd); The House of the Rising Sun (The Animals); Fortunate Son (Creedence Clearwater Revival); (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (The Rolling Stones); While My Guitar Gently Weeps (The Beatles); Oh Pretty Woman (Roy Orbison); Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds (The Beatles); TNT (ACDC); Sweet Emotion (Aerosmith); Hotel California (Eagles); Dream On (Aerosmith); Highway To Hell (ACDC); Burnin’ For You (Blue Oyster Cult); Brandy (Looking Glass)

James grows up listening to regular wizard bands. I feel like James had a very eclectic taste in music, so he’ll listen to just about anything and thoroughly enjoy it. He never really listened to muggle bands just because I don’t think neither he or his parents were really exposed to them (especially Euphemia and Fleamont being as old as they were). Like Sirius, he became exposed to modern muggle music upon entering Hogwarts. He was even more compelled to listen to muggle bands when Lily mentioned her favorite band being Fleetwood Mac. James is one of those guys where, when he really;enjoys a song, he’ll play it on repeat until he’s sick of it and goes to find something new to listen to. James favors more lively music that he can dance to. Exerting mental and physical energy into dancing is a favorite of his. When he’s dating Lily, he listens to “Shining Star” by Earth, Wind and Fire for the first time, and he tells her he wants to go to a disco. FAVORITE SONGS: Mr. Blue Sky (Electric Light Orchestra); Dancing Queen (ABBA); Come and Get Your Love (Redbone); Happy Together (The Turtles); My Girl (The Temptations); The Lion Sleeps Tonight (The Tokens); I Heard it Through the Grapevine (Marvin Gaye); YMCA (Village People); Barracuda (Heart); Carry on Wayward Son (Kansas); I Want You To Want Me (Cheap Trick); Tiny Dancer (Elton John); Don’t Bring me Down (Electric Light Orchestra); Strange Magic (Electric Light Orchestra); Turn To Stone (Electric Light Orchestra)

Remus, because his mother was a muggle, was exposed to different kinds of muggle music. Hope (Remus’ mother) would listen to ballads with her son, one of their favorites being “Landslide” by Fleetwood Mac. He and his mother would also listen to the Beatles, of course. “Let It Be” was his favorite song of the Beatles. While he enjoyed listening to music, he definitely wasn’t as passionate/obsessed about it as Sirius was. The kind of music he listened to was mostly folk rock, more mellow jams he could put at a low volume and enjoy as he would make tea, or curl up with a book and a bar of chocolate. Remus appreciated music that could calm him and make him feel more comfortable instead of riled up and excitable. FAVORITE SONGS: Landslide (Fleetwood Mac); Mrs. Robinson (Simon & Garfunkel); Stand by Me (Ben E. King); The Sound of Silence (Simon & Garfunkel); American Pie (Don McLean); You’re So Vain (Carly Simon); A Horse With No Name (America); Stuck in the Middle With You (Stealers Wheel); Have You Ever Seen the Rain (Creedence Clearwater); Stairway to Heaven (Led Zepplin); Desperado (Eagles); Take It To The Limit (Eagles); Lean On Me (Bill Withers); Piano Man (Billy Joel); Me and Julio Down By The Schoolyard (Paul Simon) 

Peter probably liked the Bee Gees.

“Sweet Caroline” by Neil Diamond and “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen are the shared favorites among the Marauders.

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On this day in music history: May 14, 1976 - “Fly Like An Eagle”, the ninth album by The Steve Miller Band is released. Produced by Steve Miller, it is recorded at CBS Studios in San Francisco, CA from Late 1975 - Early 1976. Recording with varying degrees of success since their debut album “Children Of The Future”, The Steve Miller Band finally have their major breakthrough in late 1973 with “The Joker”. Miller takes a nearly two year hiatus from recording after the departures of drummer John King and keyboardist Dick Thompson. They are replaced by Gary Mallaber who as both a drummer and keyboard player becomes a key member of the new line up. Before the sessions begin in late 1975, Steve Miller writes enough material for not one but two albums. Once in the studio, Miller, Mallaber and bassist Lonnie Turner are supported by John McFee (dobro), Les Dudek, Curley Cooke (guitar), Joachim Young (organ), Kenny Johnson (drums), Charles Calamise (bass), and Chicago blues legend James Cotton (harmonica). The sessions yield more than two dozen songs. Initially, Miller intends for them to be released as a double album, but is convinced by Capitol to choose the best twelve songs for a single LP, and save the rest. The title track “Fly Like A Eagle” (#2 Pop) is actually written years prior to the release of “The Joker” album. The song’s opening guitar riff has its origins in the song “My Dark Hour” from the “Brave New World” album, that also features Paul McCartney (credited as “Paul Ramon”) on bass, guitar and drums. Miller re-tools the song from how it was originally performed, giving it a more funky, syncopated feel, drawing inspiration from War’s “Slippin’ Into Darkness”. Once released, it quickly becomes the best selling studio album of Miller’s career. It spins off three singles including “Take The Money And Run” (#11 Pop) and “Rock'N Me” (#1 Pop). Though not issued as singles, the tracks “Serenade”, “Dance, Dance, Dance” and “Wild Mountain Honey” become rock radio staples and firm fan favorites. “Fly Like An Eagle” is remixed into quadraphonic stereo and is released on 8-Track tape. Also a favorite album of audiophiles, the original stereo mix is released as a half-speed mastered LP by Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab in 1979. Originally released on CD in 1987, it is remastered and reissued in 1999 on CD and limited edition vinyl. In 2001, DTS Entertainment issues a DVD-A disc featuring the original quadraphonic stereo mix. For its 30th anniversary in 2006, Capitol issues a newly remastered edition of “Eagle” with three additional live bonus tracks, and a bonus DVD with the contents of disc one in 5.1 surround sound. And in October of 2016, the album is released on vinyl again as part of an extensive reissue program, to celebrate the 75th anniversary of Capitol Records. “Fly Like An Eagle” peaks at number three on the Billboard Top 200, and is certified 4x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.

old songs to dance to // listen here

track list;

  • 01. tonight she comes - the cars
  • 02. see emily play - pink floyd 
  • 03. talk dirty to me - poison 
  • 04. renegade - styx
  • 05. have you ever seen the rain - creedence clearwater revival
  • 06. paradise city - guns n roses
  • 07. age of consent - new order
  • 08. cant stop - red hot chili peppers
  • 09. out of touch - hall and oates
  • 10. carry on my wayward son - kansas
  • 11. teenage wasteland - the who
  • 12. fool in the rain - led zeppelin
  • 13. poison - alice cooper
  • 14. asleep - the smiths
  • 15. dancing with myself - billy idol
  • 16. thats entertainment - the jam
  • 17. here comes your man - pixies
  • 18. killer queen - queen
  • 19. white riot - the clash
  • 20. twist and shout - the beatles
  • 21. satisfaction - the rolling stones
  • 22. linger - the cranberries
  • 23. dust in the wind - kansas 
  • 24. scar tissue - red hot chili peppers
  • 25. lodi - creedence clearwater revival
  • 26. rhinoceros - smashing pumpkins
  • 27. love song - the cure
  • 28. serve the servants - nirvana 
  • 29. i love rock and roll - joan jett
  • 30. build me up buttercup - foundations
  • 31. going underground - the jam
  • 32. the joker - steve miller band
  • 33. rebel yell - billy idol
  • 34. unsatisfied - the replacements
  • 35. candidate - joy division 
  • 36. there she goes - the la’s
  • 37. zombie - the cranberries
  • 38. ghost - slash
  • 39. come on eileen - dexys midnight runners
  • 40. immigrant song - led zeppelin
  • 41. temptation - new order
  • 42. train in vain - the clash
  • 43. cant hardly wait - the replacements
  • 44. lithium - nirvana
  • 45. wonderwall - oasis
  • 46. pour some sugar on me - deff leppard
  • 47. dr. feelgood - motley crew
  • 48. alive - pearl jam
  • 49. good old fashioned lover boy - queen
  • 50. comfortably numb - pink floyd  
  • 51. day of the lords - joy division
  • 52. where is my mind? - pixies
  • 53. every little thing she does is magic - the police
  • 54. friday im in love - the cure
  • 55. message in a bottle - the police
  • 56. jessies girl - rick springfield 
  • 57. panic - the smiths
  • 58. champagne supernova - oasis

hope you like the tunes :~)

I have this huge list of awesome classic rock songs & older music that need to be in The Darkest Minds movie and the other movies if they continue with the series. In no particular order…

A Hard Rain’s Gonna Fall – Bob Dylan
Midnight Rider – Allman Brothers
Renegade – Styx
Jailbreak – AC/DC
Sharp Dressed Man – ZZ Top
Carry On My Wayward Son – Kansas
Cold As Ice – Foreigner
Black Betty – Ram Jam
Kashmir – Led Zeppelin
Can’t Always Get What You Want –Rolling Stones
White Rabbit – Jefferson Airplane
Sympathy For The Devil – Rolling Stones
More Than A Feeling – Boston
Don’t Stop Believing – Journey
American Woman – Lenny Kravitz
Take It Easy – The Eagles
Satisfaction – Rolling Stones
Hotel California – The Eagles
Fortunate Son – CCR
Cheap Sunglasses – ZZ Top
Hold On Loosely – 38 Special
Someday Never Comes – CCR
Hit Me With Your Best Shot – Pat Benetar
LA Grange – ZZ Top
Hollywood Nights – Bob Seger
Wheel In The Sky – Journey
Hold On – Kansas
Those About To Rock – AC/DC
Stairway To Heaven – Led Zeppelin
Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door – Bob Dylan
Won’t Get Fooled Again – The Who
Barracuda – Heart
Tom Sawyer – Rush
The Joker – Steve Miller Band
Black Magic Woman – Santana
Bad Company – Bad Company
Magic Man – Heart
Runnin’ With The Pack – Bad Company
Owner Of A Lonely Heart – Yes
Just What I Needed – Cars
Don’t Fear The Reaper – B.O.C.
Back In Black – AC/DC
All Right Now – Free
House Of The Rising Sun – The Animals
Dust In The Wind – Kansas
Burnin’ For You – B.O.C.
Dirty Deeds – AC/DC
Feel Like Making Love – Bad Company
Crazy On You – Heart
Smoke On The Water – Deep Purple
Runnin’ With The Devil – Van Halen
Fire – Jimi Hendrix
Rock N Roll Fantasy – Bad Company
Who’ll Stop The Rain – CCR
Fool In The Rain – Led Zeppelin
Refugee – Tom Petty
Limelight – Rush
Rock You Like A Hurricane – Scorpions
Panama – Van Halen
Highway To Hell – AC/DC
Run Through The Jungle – CCR
Houses Of The Holy – Led Zeppelin
LA Woman – The Doors
Africa – Toto
Bad Moon Rising – CCR
Rebel Yell – Billy Idol
Boys Are Back In Town – Thin Lizzy
Welcome To The Jungle – Guns N Roses
Blue Collar Man – Styx
No One Like You – Scorpions
Hold The Line – Toto
White Wedding – Billy Idol
Sweet Child O Mine – Guns N Roses
Blinded By The Light – Mannfred Man
Life In The Fast Lane – The Eagles
Hard To Handle – Black Crowes
Back In The Saddle – Aerosmith
What’s Your Name? – Lynyrd Skynyrd
Bad Case Of Loving You – Robert Palmer
TNT – AC/DC
Time Has Come Today – Chamber Brothers
Janie’s Got A Gun – Aerosmith
Desperado – The Eagles
Lonely Is The Night – Billy Squier
Suzie Q – CCR
Hurts So Good – John Cougar Mellancamp
Burnin’ Down The House – Talking Heads
Fire Of Unknown Origin – BOC Take It To The Limit – The Eagles
Ruby Tuesday – Rolling Stones
Put A Spell On You – CCR
Lights – Journey
Hey Jude – The Beatles
Also a shit ton of Bowie, Queen & The Beatles.

And of course the songs that are played/mentioned in the books:

Wouldn’t It Be Nice – Beach Boys
Light My Fire – The Doors
Ramblin’ Man – Allman Brothers
Lovely Rita – The Beatles

Keep On Truckin’ ↠ the songs your parents got high to

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Track List: 1. Me and Bobby McGee by Janis Joplin  // 2. Over the Hills and Far Away by Led Zeppelin // 3. The Joker by The Steve Miller Band // 4. For What it’s Worth by Buffalo Springfield // 5. Dear Prudence by The Beatles  // 6. I-Feel-Like-I’m-Fixin’-to-Die Rag by Country Joe and the Fish // 7. Come and Get Your Love by Redbone // 8. All Right Now by Free // 9. Big Yellow Taxi by Joni Mitchell // 10. Beast of Burden by The Rolling Stones // 11. Suite Judy Blue Eyes by Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young // 12. Blinded by the Light by Manfred Mann’s Earth Band // 13. Sexy Sadie by The Beatles // 14. Mr. Tambourine Man by Bob Dylan // 15. California Dreamin’ by The Mamas and the Papas // 16. D'yer Mak'er by Led Zeppelin // 17. One Toke over the Line by Brewer and Shipley //  // 19. Never Going Back Again by Fleetwood Mac // 20. Going to California by Led Zeppelin // 21. Dig a Pony by The Beatles // 22. Truckin’ by The Grateful Dead //

HCS of Ikuma teaching Hide how to play guitar belong to @hidewari and @gifti3 


Ikuma’s home is crisp and cozy with a trace of honeyed almond oil in the air. For a moment Hide wonders if Ikuma chooses the scent for his incense because he knows it’s Hide’s favorite. Ikuma has a habit of prioritizing Hide’s needs above his. It’s endearing and it’s not something Hide is used to.

“And this-” Ikuma pushes open a door littered with posters of song lyrics, “-is my studio. It’s small and a little bit snug but you might step on my old iPods so just watch your steps,” Ikuma ends his sentence with a wink. He ushers the blond inside and closes the door behind them.

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