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    Brother from Another Planet vs. Anthony Rother - Planet Earth, Red Light District
    I try to write novels and poetry but it would appear that making music is a more fruitful endeavour for me.

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    OK, medley time:

    Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Jennifer Lopez, The Kills, Aretha Franklin, tQueens of the Stone Age, he Beatles (again), Faith No More, Marianne Faithfull, Depeche Mode, Jennifer Lopez (oh hai), Martha Wainwright, Four Seasons , Robyn, Red Hot Chili Peppers - Oh My Lord, Talk About Bad Morning. It Hurts Like Hell In My Head. I Need Caffeine. Black Coffee And Then I'm Gonna Be Alright. Jesus And Mary, What a Night. Who's That Girl, By The Way?
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    Stop it, I need to work!

    Elephant Woman, Husker Du, Benfay, Fergie and Al Jolson

    Blonde Wig, Pink Silk Panties -- Look Out Weekend, Here I Come!

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    I would so buy that!

    Todd Rundgren, Boney M, The Washington Squares, Yello, Throwing Muses, Cannonball Adderley, Jimi Hendrix, Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson, the Beatles, Blondie, and the Beatles -

    'Hello, It's Me - Rasputin! You Can't Kill Me!' Oh Yeah? Say Goodbye. Dis Here Machine Gun Say, Say, Say... I'm Looking Through You. 'Call Me... Sea of Holes!'
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    The Beatles, It's a Beautiful Day, The Monkees - Black Bird + White Bird = Shades of Gray
    The Beatles and Neil Diamond - I Am the Walrus, I Said
    Joe Tex, Harry Chapin, Perry Como, Spike Jones and the City Slickers - I Gotcha Thirty Thousand Pounds of Bananas Christmas Eve - What Are You Doing New Year's Eve?

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    The Beatles, Leo Sayer & the Drifters - Your Mother Should Know You Make Me Feel Like Dancing Under the Boardwalk

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    Bombay Bicycle Club and Frank Sinatra - Swansea is My Lady

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    Quote Originally Posted by poetinahat View Post
    Harry Nilsson 'Hello, It's Me
    Shouldn't that be Todd Rundgren? Or am I missing a Nilsson song somewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirOtter View Post
    Shouldn't that be Todd Rundgren? Or am I missing a Nilsson song somewhere?
    I stand corrected, and thank you! Corrected accordingly.

    I relied on a hazy memory of a TV commercial for a K-Tel album from Once Upon a Time. I think the same album had Jackson Browne's 'Doctor My Eyes', Maria Muldaur's 'Midnight at the Oasis', and many, many more!!!

    But hey, you've seen the value of relying on my memory.
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    Glenn Miller and Todd Rundgren - Little Brown Juggalo, It's Me
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    Debbie Harry, John Barry, and Michael Franks... and sung by Fergie, of course -
    French Kissin' On Her Majesty's Popsicle Toes
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    Quote Originally Posted by poetinahat View Post
    and many, many more!!!
    ...AND MANY MORE!

    One thing I'd like to ascertain before I leave this world
    Is who this person is in the commercials that I've heard.
    They advertise for records and songs of days of yore
    And prominently mentioned is this gal named 'Minnie More'.

    They run these ads both day and night, you cannot help but see.
    They are on all the channels that I get on my TV.
    They interrupt my reverie and really are a bore,
    But still I have to wonder, just who is this 'Minnie Moore'?

    I search upon the world wide web, no detail do I find.
    It is my new neurosis, an obsession of some kind.
    She always is the last one named, the well-known come before,
    They always end the list with the elusive 'Minnie Moore'.

    I have become possessive of this fetish I have found.
    I want to know the secret of her voice, her style, her sound.
    Was she a minnesinger, a chanteuse or troubadour?
    Or am I just imagining this person, 'Minnie Moore'?

    I know it is a stretch to think that anyone could be
    So stupid as to buy the junk they hawk on the TV.
    Yet though I order cassette tapes and CD's by the score,
    I still have yet to hear a thing sung by this 'Minnie Moore'

    c2002 Mark Orr

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    Bang! & Glen Miller Band - Like a Little Brown Star
    I try to write novels and poetry but it would appear that making music is a more fruitful endeavour for me.

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    Elvis Presley and Benny Goodman - Jailhouse Rock: Sing, Sing Sing!
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    T Rex and King Crimson - 20th Century Boy, 21st Century Schizoid Man

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    Captain Beyond, Jackson Browne and Johnny Nash - Myopic Void; Doctor My Eyes; I Can See Clearly Now

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    Quote Originally Posted by poetinahat View Post
    Martini Ranch and the Beastie Boys -
    How Can Professor Booty Find Time for Self-Culture?
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    How Can Professor Find Time for Booty?
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    Roger Miller and Ice Cube - England Swings (Like a Penitentiary Do)

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    The Beatles, Maroon 5, Pink, The Pet Shop Boys, Frightened Rabbit, The Smiths, Broken Bells, Tom Waits and Brendon Benson - Misery, Misery, Misery, Miserablism, Not Miserable, Heaven Knows I'm Miserable in The Mall and Misery Because Misery is the River of Misery

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    Kayne and Neil Young: Heart of a Gold-digger

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    Michael McDonald and Christina Aguilera.

    Although maybe one would drown out the other, and vice versa.

    caw

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    America and the Rubber Bandits - I've a Horse With No Name Outside
    Bent Wind and Steve Martin - Sacred Cows With Guns
    The Beatles and Leo Delibes - Why Don't We Flower Duet in the Road
    Stan Freberg and Tommy James & the Shondells - St. George and the Dragonet Line

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    Men Without Hats, Jermaine Jackson and Sugarloaf - Safety Dance: We Don't Have to Take Our Clothes Off! (Don't Call Us... We'll Call You)

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    OK, three duets with NIN:

    - with Destiny's Child: I Do Not Want Bills, Bills, Bills

    - with Raconteurs: Call It A Ringfinger

    - with Dusty Springfield: Something I Can Never Do With Myself
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