70s Music Legends Cream and Neil Young Inspire Tom

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    Posted: May 13 2020 at 4:26pm
Classic rock legend, Tommy James, is back with his new hit single on Spotify, which pays homage to Neil Young and Crazy Horse, and Cream, with a mashup of “Cinnamon Girl” and “Sunshine of your love”.  The Hitmaker has always been a big fan of his fellow rock stars in the 1960s, stating “I’ve been wanting to glue these two songs together for a long time”. “…The riffs work together hand-in-glove. They’re the same tempo and key - yet totally different songs!”


Listen on Spotify at: Cinnamon Girl / Sunshine of Your Love 


"Cinnamon Girl" by Neil Young and Crazy Horse was on the Platinum selling album "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" album released in 1969, and reached #34 in 1970 on Billboard magazine's Top 200 LP chart. The single peaked at #55 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1970.


"Sunshine Of Your Love" by Cream was on the album "Disraeli Gears" released in 1967, and reached #77 in 1968 on the LP chart.  The 45 peaked at #5 in 1968 and was a Gold single.


There is music appreciation in the air, as Modern Punk band, Green Day pays tribute to Tommy with a cover of “I Think We’re Alone Now” available on Youtube.


When Tommy’s not touring around the globe, he shares rock and roll history as a star host  of "Getting’ Together With Tommy James” on SiriusXM 60s on 6 – Sunday evenings from 5-8 pm.


Listen on Spotify at:  Cinnamon Girl / Sunshine of Your Love 


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Digital downloads or CD at AmazonMusic 

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