Playin, playin' in the band, daybreak, daybreak on the land. All the answers this week have "band" in them.
1. The Beatles' 1967 groundbreaking album
2. Paul McCartney's 1974 album with Wings
3. Bob Geldof organized this group of British musicians to record "Do They Know It's Christmas" in 1984
4. Their songs included "Jessica," "Melissa" and "Ramblin' Man"
5. Jimi Hendrix, Billy Cox, and Buddy Miles
6. A Number One song for Grand Funk Railroad in 1973
7. D12 song that makes fun of people who think Eminem raps with them
8. Song on the first Boston album that mentions Hyannis and Rhode Island
9. The "Get Down Tonight" bunch; we love them on Becky's Island
10. The P-Funk bassist's side group
11. Creedence Clearwater Revival song that discusses the difficulties of touring
12. Their only big hit in the U.S. was "Take Your Time" in 1980
13. Levon Helm, Garth Hudson, Rick Danko, Richard Manuel, and Robbie Robertson
14. The Grateful Dead invites you to come hear them by the riverside
15. Video game in which players sing and "play" guitars and drums
16. Freda Payne's biggest hit, from 1970
17. "Pick Up the Pieces" was the biggest hit for this Scottish funk act
Bonus: Australian group who hit in the U.S. with "No Time to Lose"