This is the fifth in a series of posts that highlight classic rock songs which feature someone interesting sitting in on the recording session. For this series I post the song on one day and identify who is sitting in the following day. I hope you enjoy the concept and maybe learn some interesting music history in the process.
My selection for this post is a song called Something In The Air, a great single from Thunderclap Newman from 1969. It’s a good one! Listen to the song and see if you can tell who was sitting in. (Hint: In this case the person sitting in was doing a lot more than just sitting in on bass!)
The answer will be posted tomorrow along with some additional background information.