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Discussion in 'Music' started by Habbinalan, Jun 7, 2019.
Another from the same era:
"People let me put you wise...
...She goes, out with other guys"
E’s way of coping with his sister’s suicide. Haunting yet beautiful
Discounting Salt-N-Pepa, I'm scraping the barrel for Cheryls
Ah, Debbie Harry, Blondie. She "tortured" us puberty boys in the late 70's
No kinky mentioning of Lola, yet? Shame
Another classics. CCR with Susie and Mary (hope they aren't mentioned yet?)
LOL. I miss those innocent days when artists could sing about sex and drugs and you wouldn’t have a clue
We have a Cheryl! (allegedly)
I think the barrel has been well and truly scraped
Some of you are going to be well prepared for a sheep question in the music round with this thread. I did the question before seeing this btw.
And no mention of Deep Blue Something’s song Breakfast at Tiffany’s? Or Maggie May by Rod Stewart ... Pfft.
Can’t find a decent short video of the song, but Gloria by Eddie and The Hot Rods gets the G vote. I saw them in the 70s and they were superb live..
They still are.
They traditionally support Dr Feelgood at Cambridge Junction every year or so and this summer they're on the road with Stiff Little Fingers.
Might not capture the energy of the 70s but can still hit the spot.
and the version that was around when I passed my eleven plus
John Lennon was once asked “is Ringo Starr the best drummer in the world?” to which he replied; “Ringo’s not the best drummer in The Beatles”.
Apparently Macca could play the skins very well, which he did on the song The Ballad Of John And Yoko.
Anyway, I digress
I is for what the hell happened to Enya and her deliciously haunting voice?
J is for John’s mom.
K is for its time for a song by one of my favourite bands;