The second single from the Stones much maligned "Dirty Work" album. in retropect, Steve Lillywhite (of U2, Simple Minds, Big Country, Peter Gabriel, XTC fame) does seem like a strange choice for producer. I heard this one Sirius the other day. Loved it when it was out and I think it is still a great rock track. Jimmy Page on lead guitar, Bruce Springsteen's wife/backup singer Patti Scialfa on backing vocals.
The Rolling Stones "One Hit to the Body"
On old corny favorite from the "Born in the USA" era. A humorous sad-but-true description of a deteriorating relationship. "you used to love to drive me wild, but lately girl you get your kicks from just a drivin me down..."
Bruce Springsteen "I'm Goin Down" live 2013
A song with the same chord progression as Springsteen's "I'm Goin Down". Another joyful passionate performance. Saw them on this tour. They had a horn section and John Cougar Mellencamp's backing singers. Don't know if they've ever been this good again..I don't care what Tom might say, Stan Lynch's drumming was a key component to their sound.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
"Rebels" live 1985
the Michael Stanley band were kind of Cleveland's answer to Springsteen and the E Street band. They probably went more in the AOR/ Melodic Rock area. Kevin Raleigh wrote and sang some of their catchiest songs.
Michael Stanley Band
"When Your Heart Says it Right" live 1981
Saw the Romantics last weekend. 3 of the 4 original members (with Brad Elvis from the awesome Elvis Brothers on drums).
I read an interview with producer Peter Solley. he felt this track was more a standout song than "What I like About You"
The Romantics "When I Look in Your Eyes"