Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Veltri, Feb 22, 2021.
You have to read the very first post to get the rules of the game.
Warren Zevon - Werewolves of London
Got it covered, thanks. Answered the last clue, posted my own.
The Battle Of New Orleans - Johnny Horton
"The Battle Of New Orleans" by Johnny Horton.
You wrecked my next clue; I was gonna post a Johnny Horton song!
EDIT: Scooped! That's what I get for being so long-winded.
"Sweet Soul Music" by Jimmy Barnes
Spotlight on Lou Rawls y'all
Ah don't he look tall y'all
Singin' loves a hurtin' thing now
Oh yeah, oh yeah
Lou Rawls: Solved
Elton John - "Goodbye Marlon Brando" - that's the one you meant?
I get salt mines when I hear your voice
"Hurt Hurts" - The Boomtown Rats
Next up -
Robert De Niro
Is that coincidence or what?
Robert De Niro's Waiting - Bananarama
Andrew Lloyd Webber
Not jumping the line - just cleaning up some of the unsolved...
Amy Clark - still unsolved...
Al Pacino - "Breakfast with Al Pacino" - The Game
Molly McDonald - "Cause" - Rodriguez
Dull Debbie - still unsolved...
Oliver Stone - "A Sorta Fairytale" - Tori Amos
Sonny Bono - "Head of Household" - Jagged Edge
"God's Comic" - Elvis Costello
"So there he was on a water-bed
Drinking a cola of a mystery brand
Reading an airport novelette, listening to
Andrew Lloyd-Webber's "Requiem"
He said, before it had really begun, "I prefer
the one about my son"
"I've been wading through all this unbelievable
junk and wondering if I should have given
the world to the monkeys"
Next up -
"P-Funk" - Parliament
Accepted - nice answer - even though I was thinking of "With David Bowie" by Veruca Salt.
"I Hate Jimmy Page" by Mindless Self Indulgence
"Zeplin Song" - Courtney Love
Next up - ""Richard Nixon" - Note: must use full name - both words...
OK, but like you I was thinking of another one also.
I'll post Marlon Brando again on my next turn with a hint of which two it's not.
Aargh! I have the singer and lyrics, but can't name the song yet!
"Campaigner" - Neil Young?
"Even Richard Nixon has got soul" - Campaigner by Neil Young
Edit: Dammit! That'll teach me to waste time typing out the relevant lyric
Separate names with a comma.