“Smokin” is a song released by the rock band Boston in 1976 on their self-titled debut album. The song was written by Brad Delp and Tom Scholz. “Smokin” was released as the B-side of their single More Than A Feeling. Enjoy Boston with a grand performance of their song “Smokin”.
Boston “Peace of Mind” is a song from the 1970’s rock band Boston. It was written by Tom Scholz and released on Boston’s first album in 1977 which was self-titled Boston.
Garren Lazar’s video parody of the Peanuts Gang performing Boston’s “More Than A Feeling”. We hope you enjoy it!
“Foreplay/Long Time” is from Boston’s self-titled debut album. The songs were written by Tom Scholz. Enjoy these young people performing “Foreplay/Long Time”. You can check out our posts of kids band. There are some excellent renditions of your favorite songs.
This is an elaborate and very tight cover of Boston’s Foreplay/Long Time. All instruments are played to perfection by one young man (Jon Baglo) and all vocals are by two youngsters Spencer Needham and David Steele. We appreciate their attention to detail and their high level of talent.
Mike Massé slays Boston’s classic rock anthem “More Than A Feeling”. His vocals are spot on. Mike is a huge talent with the ability to catch even the smallest nuances in many songs.
Live from Giants Stadium June 17th, 1979 Boston performing their classic rock anthem Foreplay/Long Time. We hope you enjoy the song of the day for November 22nd, 2019.
Boston “Peace of Mind” is a song from the 1970’s rock band Boston. It was written by Tom Scholz and released on Boston’s first album…
More Than A Feeling the first track on Boston’s self-titled album “Boston”. The album was released August 25th, 1976 and within 30 days had sold over 500,000 copies. By November of 1976 the album had went platinum. Worldwide the Boston’s first album has sold over 20 million copies.