Grand Funk Railroad – Inside Looking Out – 6/13/70 – Part 2

January 11, 2011 · 25 comments

in green earth

This is part 2 of Grand Funk Railroad’s complete performance of Inside Looking Out from Cincinatti Ohio 6/13/70. It’s in 2 parts as it was broadcast on live television that hot June afternoon. This was a historic event, as many believe this early “Hard Rock” peformance was the begining of what was to become known as “Heavy Metal”. Grand Funk Railroad created their own genre of music & became the first band to sell 10 consecutive platinum albums. They also broke ticket sales records wherever they played. Love them or hate them, GRAND FUNK RAILROAD OWNED THE 1970’s. Help us correct the injustice. Everyone click on the link below to sign the petition to induct Mark Farner & GFRxR into The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame now. Im sitting here lonely like a broken man. I serve my time doin the best I can. Walls and bars they surround me. But, I dont want no sympathy. No baby, no baby, All I need is some tender lovin. To keep me sane in this burning oven. And, when my time is up, youll be my reefer. Life gets worse on gods green earth. Be my reefer, got to keep smokin that thing. No, no, no, no, no, no. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. I said now baby … baby …, let me smoke it … smoke it … Makes me feel good … feel good, yes, I feel good … ahhhhh … Yes, I feel alright … feel alright …, yes, I feel alright … feel alright … Yes, I feel alright … ahhhhh … Ohhhhh … Ice cold water is runnin through my veins. They try and drag me back to work

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