Wednesday, 3 April 2013

90's night!

An original theme to be fair.

Must have been some good Mozz stuff in the 90's?

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    I'm sure those who constantly crave hearing Kathryn Dawn on the wireless won't be disappointed.

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  2. The 90s? - memories of a massive mishmash of mega-mince marinated in the mindless meanderings of a miserable, moping, moribund Morrissey's musical migraine-making.

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  3. I take it you are a fan then?

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  4. Do the 1890's count??

    Here are the Top 10 songs of the 1890s in the USA (actually its a selection from the Top 20 – I couldn't risk some of the plantation songs)

    This Little Pig Went to Market
    You'll Miss Lots of Fun When You're Married
    Ta-Ra-Ra Boom-De-Ay!
    Push Dem Clouds Away
    What am You Gwine to Tell Massa Peter When You Meet Him at de Gate?
    The Sights I Saw From the Big Ferris Wheel
    I Want Yer, Ma Honey!
    My Ole Gal Done Flew
    The Teacher and the Boy

    and the
    Double A side
    Take Back Your Gold and Make Me Your Wife /
    You Are the Only Girl I Loved; or, Since You Spurned My Gold (Companion Piece to Take Back Your Gold)

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    1. A simpler time. They all went up to Chicago, started Chess records and enabled the Rolling Stones to play Glastonbury a century later.

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    3. Teacher and the Boy, interesting .. wonder if the Stranglers plagiarised it for their School Mam?





      BTW Norrie's lost it to be fair.

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    4. I'm quite keen to check the lyrics of one or two of the songs. I wonder what the take of "You'll Miss Lots of Fun When You're Married" is on this timeless theme? What was seen from the Big Wheel?
      On the other hand I'm pretty sure I know what the pigs did, the last one running all the way home. (Though I never did understand why it lived in an armpit).

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    5. You forgot to say .. "wee, wee" all the way home.

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    6. Did Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dum play Thrum's So Glad tonight?

      Left office @ 6 so heard Julie's shout. Julie, you've got that one on before Y/N?

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    7. No but you did create a stooshie. Bands from Bearsden what a thought!

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    8. It's Hellsbill???

      I'm mates with Dave McGowan's faither fae Bearsden .. jeezo Dee an' Dum right enough.

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    Crazy Horse?

    Crazy ticket prices, mair like!


    I hope Neil Young will remember, this Scottish Git don't need him around anyhow...





    ...certainly not at those prices.


    Jeezo...

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    1. How much SG?

      Just about to buy our tickets for Rock in Rio.
      Yer man Brooce is on the list Norrie.

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    2. Broooooooooooooce! Superb. Will be brilliant.

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      The True Voice of Reason,


      £45 for the cheap seats.


      If I want to hear a wee, squeaky voice, I'll listen to Julie Burchill on Alison Again.

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    4. £45 to listen to his wee squeaky voice and look at his skanky hair as well? I've got tickets for 2 gigs I'm really looking forward to next month. Total cost, £32 and enough change for Neil to go to the hairdresser.

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    5. I am going to see Neil. And the Who the following night. Also Rush, then my Broooce European Tour, Fleetwood Mac, Peter gabriel, Bowie when he announces his tour!

      I do not want these people to have to dip into their pENSION fUNDS!

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    6. it's a singalong at the old folks' home?

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    7. Dustin Hoffman4 April 2013 at 15:40

      Like my new film with your Billy Connolly?

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    8. I saw Neil Young with Booker T & The MGs. From my seat in the SECC it could have been Jimmy Young with Harold Smart and The Jowett Javelins.

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    9. that's one good film, Dustin

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    10. 85 quid for each night of Rock in Rio. All seven nights sold out in an hour and a half. I'm now at the mercy of the touts and about to suffer the wrath of my son when he gets home from school. (He wanted the Muse and Bon Jovi nights too).

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    11. Good luck with that Adam.

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  6. Here, who remembers this??

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFPLgGWMndc

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    LULU ROOLS O.K.


    A strategic triumph for the Git!



    Last time it was played, Uncle Vic did so.


    Eat your heart out, Ivan the Grumpy Git!


    >8-D

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    1. The Grumpy Git version from "It's Too late To Stop Now" live lp (possibly the best ever live lp) is a belter.

      So is Bowies version but he is hardly ever on the TV or radio these days...

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    2. Quite a playlist last night!
      Is the tide turning?

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    3. Do you expect a backlash tonight then?

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    4. More akin to the Severn bore IMHO.

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    5. You're a bitter man Charles Endell Esquire!

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    6. Mair like a neap tide

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    7. My associate Laughing Spam Fritter takes care of the niceties!

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  8. I was scrolling down tonight's playlist thinking "hmmm, no bad, mebbe there has been a sea change".
    Then I got to the last but one....

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    1. Let's celebrate once again the genius of Freddy Mercury and Kirkpatrick Macmillan. What's not to like?

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  9. Friday night listening:

    Blues for Greeny

    A proper treat (as we say in the civilised world)

    Hope all is well in your part o the world

    DC

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  10. A bit cloudy over here today DC but the kind wishes are appreciated.

    Where is everybody this weekend, Easter... an extension of annual leave.

    In Scots absence...

    you lucky people have been blessed with yet another week of scintillating themes from the unsung/seen, unknown, spelling ditty, who's the Scots granny, to American Express (not stopping at New York).

    Spontaneity is definitely a thing of the past.

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    1. aye, cloudy today, but my (spontaneous) trip to Cumbrae yesterday was superb. Sun always shines in Millport (when I'm there). Here's a wee song for youse.

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    2. I've never been to Millport but have often gazed at it longingly from Largs. Maybe one day....

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  11.  
    Ah've seen worser themes. Easy peasy!

     
    MONDAY - Judie Tzuke

    TUESDAY - Tom Lehrer

    WEDNESDAY - Lynyrd Skynyrd

    THURSDAY - Bonnie Raitt

    FRIDAY - Charlie Daniels Band


    PURE QUALITY, MAN!



    >8-D

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    1. If you've seen Dave Brubeck you've seen Tom Lehrer.

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      Aye? I propose a wee experiment. Put their photies on the Dark Side and see if anyone recognises either of them.


      Ah bet therr's bams oot therr who've nae idea whit George Thorogood looks like. Put his photie up tae. Derr ye.

      >8-D

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    3. Whit .. so Thorogood isn't the biker dude who's leathers & chopper the T800 takes off his hairy arse in the bar scene from Judgement Day?

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    4. **** your ******* and stick ****** right up ****** and while you're at it **** your ******** ****

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    5. Little girls should be seen and not heard, which idiot appointed you commissioner?

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      I do believe it may have been her Auntie Gaie...

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    7. Auntie Gaie my ******* ****

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    1. Mr Git, are you accusing me of nepotism and turning a blind eye to bad language?

      WTF???

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      I stone M.P.

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    We ain't gonna work on Maggie's farm no more...

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