Songstuff

Song Title Association Game

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On 5/7/2017 at 6:00 AM, scotsman89 said:

Robs link -  HIP to be square   _ bend the KNEE   ?

 

Hip... Knee... body parts, no?

 

That's funny actually. You apparently had no problem with Confessions - Revelator... but, Hip - Knee you had to verify.

 

Am I that opaque, really?

 

 

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Don't get to do this very often. This is my cover of this song.

 

War Pigs - Black Sabbath (as covered by Rob Ash and Friends)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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War / Edwin Starr ...another oldie from back-in-the-day

 

 

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War - FGTH

 

 

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Fear - Let's Have A War

 

 

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War of Words / Fight

 

 

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Book Of Kells - Jag Panzer

 

 

 

 

 

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Pistol Annies- housewife's prayer

 

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Just in time for Mother's Day....

Mother's Little Helper / Rolling Stones

 

 

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Turning To Gold - Allie Moss

 

 

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Joe Bonamassa  - If heartaches were nickels

 

 

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The Pump Song - Mickey Hart

 

 

double score unintentional

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got it Rudi  

up to Rob though

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Been moving to our new home guys. Sorry about that.

 

I'll try to make the delay worthwhile...

 

F*uck Me Pumps - Amy Whitehouse

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Elvis Costello/Pump It Up

 

 

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Josh Abbott Band - She's Like Texas

 

 

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On The Border / The Eagles

 

Sorry guys...never run into this before on a well-known tune, but the YouTube vid of this is blocked in the U.S.

Since this album was one of the bands earlier releases, it's likely a dispute over royalties/ownership rights.

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Tom there you go>  be must be an American thing ?

 

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21 hours ago, Just1L said:

Josh Abbott Band - She's Like Texas

 

Nice one, broheem.

 

Are you actually old enough to remember Abbot and Costello?

 

 

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3 hours ago, Rob Ash said:

Nice one, broheem.

 

Are you actually old enough to remember Abbot and Costello?

 

Yeah, I used to watch it all the time from the farthest back I can remember up until about 7 or 8. I think they actually influenced me when it comes to comedy. I'd bet my Grandma would set me in front of the TV with them on when she watched me. I especially remember watching a show and the news about Bud Abbott passing away. I think that stuck with me also. I was about 4 or 5 then.

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Seagull/Joe Bonomassa

 

I know this is a Bad Company song, but I like this version better ... The dude can play! Seagull cover starts at 1;45, but I don't recommend missing the first 1:45 and fast forwarding.

 

 

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White Bird / It's A Beautiful Day ...one the few rock groups who attempted to utilize violin as a lead instrument. The only other one that comes to mind was "The Flock"...right around the same period.

 

 

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Simon Dupree > kites >  remember when I first heard this yes that old

 

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Cousin Dupree / Steely Dan

 

 

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Metallica - Last Caress/Green Hell

 

 

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the herd > from the underworld > Peter  Frampton  before all the fame 

 

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Over The Mountain - Ozzy Osbourne

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Goldfish Bowl - Van Morrison

(This will be virtually impossible for US participants) It aint a bowl of cherries for the Commonwealth either :P

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Well, with Mr. Google's help, I was able to discover that a reference to a "goldfish bowl" can have a different meaning to a native Brit, when used in various contexts. These (meanings) include (but may not be limited to):

 

- A rather odd scatological association involving the act of defecating. 

- A place where hard core interrogations occur.

- A derogatory reference to politicians, especially where negotiations, or the forming of agreements is concerned.

 

These have enjoyed a greater or lesser relevance in terms of the popular vernacular du-jur. Of the three above, the scatological association is the one still most often in use today.

 

Do any of these connect your post to mine? If I had to guess, I guess the scatological answer to be the correct one.

 

 

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Heart of Glass / Blondie

 

 

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