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PostPosted: Wed Nov 09, 2011 11:26 am 
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"Vegetables" - The Beach Boys (it makes happy every time I hear it).


It's actually Vege-Tables, I said as I snort and clean my pocket protector.


Ah, you loveable pedant, you Cal (kissy pumpkin). It's actually Vega-Tables :P

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 09, 2011 1:50 pm 
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Caputh wrote:
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"Vegetables" - The Beach Boys (it makes happy every time I hear it).


It's actually Vege-Tables, I said as I snort and clean my pocket protector.


Ah, you loveable pedant, you Cal (kissy pumpkin). It's actually Vega-Tables :P


Hoisted by own petard. (It feels tingly).

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 09, 2011 10:36 pm 
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KillUgly2 wrote:
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I have two with titles quite similar to yours, Cal:

although not rock---Midnight Blue-Melissa Manchester

Everyday I Write The Book-Elvis Costello

I have two, too.

Midnight at the Oasis-Maria Muldaur
Everyday I Have the Blues-B.B. King


Here's my two;

Midnight - Jimi Hendrix
Everyday - Buddy Holly

I win for brevity and ços I'm sexy too


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mutronboy wrote:
KillUgly2 wrote:
dove_grey wrote:
I have two with titles quite similar to yours, Cal:

although not rock---Midnight Blue-Melissa Manchester

Everyday I Write The Book-Elvis Costello

I have two, too.

Midnight at the Oasis-Maria Muldaur
Everyday I Have the Blues-B.B. King


Here's my two;

Midnight - Jimi Hendrix
Everyday - Buddy Holly

I win for brevity and ços I'm sexy too



Easy there tiger, thats my shtick... :smoke:


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Are you now TMIMITW in spandex too? :mrgreen:

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Are you now TMIMITW in spandex too? :mrgreen:



No spandex but I still have the Movie Star hair, stay thirsty my friend...and when you drink beer, make it a XX... :smoke:


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Live To Tell and Music by Madonna. That's The Way Of The World, EW&F. Woops, I guess they're not "rock".

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It's cool, Cal. :mrgreen:
Another Madonna song I love: Ray Of Light.
ANYthing by EW&F is pretty perfect...

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dove_grey wrote:
It's cool, Cal. :mrgreen:
Another Madonna song I love: Ray Of Light.
ANYthing by EW&F is pretty perfect...



Ray of Light possibly here most under rated song... :smoke:


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Signs of the end of times, Zappa fans praising Madonna :mrgreen:

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No Quarter - Led Zeppelin - a bit long, but perfect...

New Age - Velvet Underground - the long version from *edit* the Matrix, San Francisco, 1969 is my favourite.

1969 + a heap of others - Iggy and the Stooges

Final Solution - Pere Ubu

Cold Day in Hell - Foetus

Zombie Warfare - Chrome

Two Headed Dog - Roky Erickson

You're Gonna Miss Me - 13th Floor Elevators

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Mr_Green_Genes wrote:
Signs of the end of times, Zappa fans praising Madonna :mrgreen:



Yes if we had this exchange a few days ago I am sure the asteroid would have made a direct hit... :mrgreen: ...on Holloween My daughter and I saw the space station and an Irdian Flash from an old satellite together in the sky, very rare. We were not sure what we saw, but I new the space station was one of them due to the size of the signature in the sky, I called the Daughter Plook the elder who is away at colledge and she looked it up on a site and the two events matched what we saw, pretty cool.

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Plook wrote:
Mr_Green_Genes wrote:
Signs of the end of times, Zappa fans praising Madonna :mrgreen:



Yes if we had this exchange a few days ago I am sure the asteroid would have made a direct hit... :mrgreen: ...on Holloween My daughter and I saw the space station and an Irdian Flash from an old satellite together in the sky, very rare. We were not sure what we saw, but I new the space station was one of them due to the size of the signature in the sky, I called the Daughter Plook the elder who is away at colledge and she looked it up on a site and the two events matched what we saw, pretty cool.

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Cleon and Sabretoothfairy have progeny! :wink: :wink: :wink: Wake up, Plook! :mrgreen:

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maybe this list skews to the poppier and/or punk rock side of things but i get off on this (and maybe you can too):


Too Much Monkey Buisness - Chuck Berry
I Heard Her Call My Name - The Velvet Underground
20th Century Boy - T.Rex
Rip It Up - Little Richard
Starfucker - Rolling Stones
Symptom of the Universe - Black Sabbath
Why - Yoko Ono
Everybody's Going To Heaven/King Kong Reggae - Todd Rundgren
Circle Sky - The Monkees
Everybody's Got Something to Hide Except For Me And My Monkey - The Beatles
Too Much Paranoias - Devo
Something Against You - Pixies
Another Piece of Meat - Scorpions
Jennifer Louise - of Montreal
Ballroom Blitz - Sweet
Zero - The Smashing Pumpkins
L'Via L'Viaquez - The Mars Volta
You're So Right - The Strokes


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Plook wrote:
Yes if we had this exchange a few days ago I am sure the asteroid would have made a direct hit... :mrgreen: ...on Holloween My daughter and I saw the space station and an Irdian Flash from an old satellite together in the sky, very rare. We were not sure what we saw, but I new the space station was one of them due to the size of the signature in the sky, I called the Daughter Plook the elder who is away at colledge and she looked it up on a site and the two events matched what we saw, pretty cool.

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Thats one of the most moving song titles I've ever heard.
But can you dance to it? :mrgreen:

Twist & Shout-Meet The BeaTles version.
Anything by Buddy Holly.The man was a perfect rocksong machine!
Alice Cooper-Under My Wheels.
Country Joe & The Fish-The Not So Sweet Martha Loraine.
Quicksilver Messinger Service-Fresh Air.(have another hit)

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Ain't no Tellin' (Hendrix)

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Space Truckin -Deep Purple


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Plook wrote:
Space Truckin -Deep Purple

Actually all of Machine Head is pretty awesome with the possible exception of Smoke on the Water.


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KillUgly2 wrote:
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Space Truckin -Deep Purple

Actually all of Machine Head is pretty awesome with the possible exception of Smoke on the Water.



An Ode to Frank Zappa and a timeless hit, I am surprised that you don't have a place of honor for the song KU... :smoke:


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21st Century Schizoid Man (King Crimson)
All Along the Watchtower (Dylan in Hendrix' version)

(And Live to Tell is an excellent song by Madonna; I love the version Bill Frisell has recorded)

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Plook wrote:
KillUgly2 wrote:
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Space Truckin -Deep Purple

Actually all of Machine Head is pretty awesome with the possible exception of Smoke on the Water.



An Ode to Frank Zappa and a timeless hit, I am surprised that you don't have a place of honor for the song KU... :smoke:

Well, ok, I like it and anything saluting FZ wins points but it's the song that everybody remembers on that album and I just think all the other ones are better. :smoke:


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Acres Wild-Jethro Tull


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