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"Yes we can can!" said Little Nicola.


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I haven't listened to them in a while, but those are both good songs, especially

Mystery Achievement. I've been a little lax in keeping up with the Pretenders,

but their CDs have lots of good songs and very little filler

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Tom Waits is definitely your man if you want a growl of a noir sound, and the visuals

were good too. Sometimes when people try to capture the noir look, they go a little

overboard, but this video got it just right, and also had some original touches.

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No problem, Miss W.

 

Since this has been an all-British week (excluding Chrissie from Ohio) so far, why not

continue with Bad Company, telling the unfortunate tale of Johnny, the rock and rolling

Shooting Star.

 

 

 

 

 

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Mick Ronson, the fair haired lad from Hull, is best known as David Bowie's lead

guitarist from the early 1970s, but he also released a few solo albums, which

turned out quite well. Hey Ma Get Papa.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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No connection to anything, and nobody asked me, but to me, the best rock song ever is the Doors'

"LA Woman", followed closely by Bowie's "Suffragette City", the Police's "Message in a Bottle", and Elvis Costello's "Watching the Detectives".

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Well, hey, I guess we all know what your formative listening years were. Those are all great songs, especially the Police and Elvis Costello tracks. BTW, did you know Elvis Costello has a television interview show called "Spectacle"? He has a different musical guest every week. No personal stuff, all they talk about is music. Kind of refreshing.

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That question would give me more of a headache than your favorite movie, since

there are probably a lot more songs. Maybe not favorites, but very enjoyable are

Bombs Away by the Police and Green Shirt by the other Elvis, though it's

been a while. And why not throw in the Clash, (White Man) In Hammersmith Palais,

and for a freebie the Who Baba O'Reilly. It's all good.

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