[disclaimer: this post was typed while listening to the Black Crowes, my love for whom has been rekindled by their recent reunion]
I'm almost finished with my promised treatment of Exodus 3:1-14, but I'll have to wait to write some more until Adam goes down for his afternoon nap. In the meantime, a question from rock history, with no correct answer:
What is the best rock song about fire?
Mrs. O'Leary's Cow (formerly titled Fire, in an earlier incarnation as part of Brian Wilson's Elements suite), by, of course, the venerable Brian Wilson
Burning Down the House by the Talking Heads
Fire by the Jimi Hendrix Experience
Light My Fire by the Doors
Any additional nominees?
Finally, a bonus question:
Should James Taylor's Fire and Rain make the list, even though technically
a.) it isn't a rock song (James Taylor may rock, but he doesn't exactly rock), and
b.) it isn't really about fire?
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