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Sun 09 Apr 2017 04:20:38
Name :Nuther '62er
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Besides 'Sukiyaki", you should look up the translation to "Dominique" by the singing Nun. It makes no sense in English. Something about screwing a lorry driver, or something like that. A lot of people thought it was French, when in fact it was Belgian.
Fri 07 Apr 2017 09:21:43
Name :Jumping in Here
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The Sukiyaki song was not the original title. Given by an American DJ. If somebody in Japan named "Rain Drops Keep Falling on My Head" something like "Pot Roast" it would be equilivelant screwup.
Wed 05 Apr 2017 03:51:35
Name :WRT
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Oh, Pete Seeger and not Woody. I took the wrong road, but still reached the destination! Can't imagine Trini Lopez leading the Crickets. Very good question, Nuther!
Tue 04 Apr 2017 04:12:18
Name :Nuther '62er
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Good job working it out! Trini Lopez it is!!!
Mon 03 Apr 2017 09:30:21
Name :Stopped by
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Pete Seeger Wrote, "If I Had A Hammer"
in 1949. A song for labor rights.

Trini Lopez became the star for singing it, along with Peter, Paul and Mary...and a ton of other folk singers.
Mon 03 Apr 2017 05:02:52
Name :WRT
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I'm wondering what the heck there was to protest in 1956. Cars with tail fins? Then Woody Guthrie suddenly hit me. Then "If I Had a Hammer" hit me (even though I'm not sure Woody wrote it). I may be WAY off, but could it be Trini Lopez?
Sat 01 Apr 2017 04:53:43
Name :Nuther '62er
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Although I was a HUGE fan of Waylon, it's not him. Here's another hint: His first hit which was on the live album he released, was written believe it or not in 1949. It was recorded originally by a well known folk/protest singer in 1956, then it became a hit for a mega popular trio in 1962. He also did a remake of a 1961 hit written by Barry McGuire of "Eve of Destruction" fame.
Fri 31 Mar 2017 07:50:16
Name :d
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AW Jeeze I actually saw this guy when I lived with my mom. Danged old brain I can't remember that name for the life of me
Fri 31 Mar 2017 06:01:00
Name :WRT
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Waylon Jennings? A poor guess, I know!
Wed 29 Mar 2017 05:31:08
Name :Nuther '62er
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OK, a hint. His popularity stemmed from doing covers of other artists songs.
Sun 26 Mar 2017 07:27:56
Name :Nuther '62er
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This guy comes from a musical family, and had to drop out of H.S. to help support his family. At age 15 he started his own band, and was seen by Buddy Holly, who told him to record for a record co.. In 1962 he was offered the spot of lead singer with the post-Holly Crickets, but it didn't work out. He landed a steady gig at a nightclub in L.A. where he became very popular. Frank Sinatra also recommended that he record. So he released a live debut album, and one of the songs reached No.#1 in 36 countries, and No.#3 in the U.S.. He later was asked to design guitars for the Gibson guitar co., of which 2 have become huge collectors items. He's appeared in motion pictures, and made guest appearances on TV shows. In 2011 he released his 65th album. Who is he??
Sat 11 Mar 2017 09:20:23
Name :WRT
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Back in the mid 80's there was a terrible plane crash in Japan (Japan Airlines flight 123). The rudder fell off and the plane flew almost randomly for half an hour before it hit a mountain. There were about 500 passengers and they had time to write farewell notes to loved ones on the meal trays. Sadly, many passengers survived the crash, but died of their injuries and exposure waiting for rescuers to reach them in the rough terrain. I think a couple of flight attendants survived. Kyu Sakamoto, the singer of Sukiyaki, died in the crash.
Thu 09 Mar 2017 03:49:19
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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I have to stop you, you got it! It's Sukiyaki. I've got another story about it, but I don't have time right now.
Wed 08 Mar 2017 04:40:32
Name :Nuther '62er
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In a foreign language?? Lets see, the ones I can remember were...Sukiyaki, but I think that was in the late 50's. Then the song about the "Blue Pinto", "Nel Blu Di Pinto Di Blu", but I think that was also 50's. Or maybe "Dominique" by the singing Nun. And then we had Guantanamera. What others were there? Oh, La Bamba, but again 50's. You really have me going on this one. Don't give the answer just yet.
Wed 08 Mar 2017 03:49:29
Name :WRT
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The song was in a foreign language.
Mon 06 Mar 2017 03:06:01
Name :Nuther '62er
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Oh jeez, that's no help!!
Sun 05 Mar 2017 03:07:18
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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The first lyrics were about the writer's lament over his country's failure to vote out the American military presence. It was about him crying like an America-hating little girl while he walked home from a demonstration or the vote or something.

When they made it a real song (that was a big hit in the USA), they changed the lyrics to make them sound more like crying the lost love blues.

It wasn't England or Canada.
Sun 05 Mar 2017 03:23:24
Name :Nuther '62er
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Man I got nothing! You say a hit protest song from a foreign singer??? I can only think of England or Canada as maybe the country because the accent by any other would be too pronounced. But that still draws a blank.
Thu 02 Mar 2017 05:55:59
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Both the writer and the singer are not American.
Thu 02 Mar 2017 04:16:06
Name :Nuther '62er
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Is this a non-American artist??
Tue 28 Feb 2017 04:34:17
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Yes, they were changed, but it's not likely you would be able to tell.
Tue 28 Feb 2017 02:55:29
Name :Nuther '62er
Category :WRT
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You say ORIGINAL lyrics. We're they changed for some reason??
Mon 27 Feb 2017 04:45:08
Name :WRT
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That's not it, d.
Mon 27 Feb 2017 07:11:39
Name :d
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I remember a song I think by the Beattles about back in the USSR.
Sat 25 Feb 2017 01:05:04
Name :WRT
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Not individual Americans, the American presence in their country.
Sat 25 Feb 2017 05:54:25
Name :Nuther '62er
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Now this is a head scratcher. Americans removed from THEIR country??? This will take some thought.
Fri 24 Feb 2017 06:39:55
Name :WRT
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The original lyrics of a big 60's hit reflected the sadness the writer felt when he and other protesters failed in their effort to have Americans removed from their country. What was the song?
Thu 23 Feb 2017 03:16:44
Name :Fab
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Didn't know it was Paul's mom. I feel less fab.
Thu 23 Feb 2017 03:37:59
Name :Nuther '62er
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Some of the lyrics hint at it. I can't remember exactly how it goes, but whenever Paul sings that he's down, "Mother Mary comes to me"..Let it be. I guess it could be thought of that "The Virgin Mary" is the subject, but I never did. And I'm a good old catholic boy!!
Wed 22 Feb 2017 02:40:53
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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That's it! How'd you know? I was a Beatle Freak for 50 years before I learned that song referred to Paul's mother and not Jesus'!
Wed 22 Feb 2017 04:30:46
Name :Nuther '62er
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Hmmmmm? "Let it Be"?
Wed 22 Feb 2017 03:52:29
Name :WRT
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That's a pretty good answer, but not the song I'm looking for. Julia is more like hoping for a visit. The song I'm thinking of clearly refers to being visited.
Tue 21 Feb 2017 11:24:29
Name :Fab
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Julia?
Mon 20 Feb 2017 05:38:51
Name :WRT
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What Beatle song concerns a visit from one of their mums?
Fri 17 Feb 2017 05:01:37
Name :Nuther '62er
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Yep, Bobby Vinton AKA "The Polish Prince".
Fri 17 Feb 2017 03:59:32
Name :WRT
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Bobby Vinton! That was his son? I thought it was him heavily made up! Good question!
Fri 17 Feb 2017 02:56:38
Name :Nuther '62er
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Here's more. In the movie "Goodfellas", his son played him. He's sold over 75 million records, has over 12 gold records, 30 top 40 hits, 24 Albums that made the Billboard top 200, a star on the Hollywood walk of fame, even had a No.#3 hit that has the distinction of being the only major American hit single sung partially in Polish.
Thu 16 Feb 2017 03:52:08
Name :Nuther '62er
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Another hint? OK, Billboard magazine named him "The Most Successful Love Singer Of The "Rock Era". He also had his own theatre in Branson, Mo. for many years, which he named for his 1st and most successful #1. He still performs to this day at age 81 to sold out venues.
Tue 14 Feb 2017 03:20:52
Name :Nuther '62er
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OK, one more hint. He's also known for having the last Billboard No.#1 single of the pre-Beatles era. But we went on to have 16 more top tens.
Mon 13 Feb 2017 08:03:07
Name :WRT
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Reachin's all I got.
Sat 11 Feb 2017 03:29:38
Name :Nuther '62er
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Palladin? Wow that was a reach. But no not Richard Boone. Ok, here's the clue I promised, and I have to admit when I read it I was really surprised. From 1962 thru 1972 this guy had more No.#1 hits than any other male vocalist!!
Fri 10 Feb 2017 04:38:18
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Could it be Richard Boone? I don't know that he ever had a song, but he was in Duke flicks and had his own show about then.
Fri 10 Feb 2017 08:12:15
Name :Nuther '62er
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Not Nelson. A really surprising clue tomorrow.
Fri 10 Feb 2017 03:38:56
Name :WRT
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Ricky Nelson?
Fri 10 Feb 2017 02:17:41
Name :Nuther '62er
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Both were Billboard No.#1's.
Thu 09 Feb 2017 05:12:35
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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I'm wondering if those #1's were on the pop charts.

I'm going to go ahead and make a guess I know is wrong...John Denver?
Thu 09 Feb 2017 04:50:58
Name :Nuther '62er
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OK, here's one that even surprised me. This guys first No.#1 was actually a remake of an old Tony Bennett recording, and 27yrs. after it was No.#1 in the U.S. it hit No.#1 in the U.K.. It then went on to become the inspiration for a film of the same name. He had another No.#1 that was also a remake of an old Vaughn Monroe recording. He went on to have his own TV show from 1975 to 1978, also appearing in movies, two of which starred John Wayne. Who is he?
Tue 07 Feb 2017 03:38:09
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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You got it!
Mon 06 Feb 2017 12:01:52
Name :Nuther '62er
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Hang on Sloopy??
Fri 03 Feb 2017 04:44:14
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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You said Richardson Peterson. Not that I would have got it anyway!

You got half my question right!
Fri 03 Feb 2017 02:14:53
Name :Nuther '62er
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It's after 5pm where I am, and were going out to dinner, so here's the answer. First the question again. Who was Richard Peterson? Well, today is the 58th anniversary of when the "Music Died". Feb. 3rd, 1959, Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, and "The Big Bopper" all perished in that plane crash in Iowa. But who was Richard Peterson? He was the pilot who also died. I Just thought it was a really great trivia question. Now back to WRT's question, which by the way I don't have a clue.
Fri 03 Feb 2017 08:12:22
Name :Nuther '62er
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If no-one gets it, I'll post the answer later today.
Fri 03 Feb 2017 04:56:45
Name :Nuther '62er
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We were posting at the same time. All I can think of is "Snoopy & The Red Baron".???
Fri 03 Feb 2017 04:54:52
Name :Nuther '62er
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I'm not trying to steal your thunder WRT, but I have to jump in here real quick. This is a question that couldn't wait. What's the significance of the name Richardson Peterson?
Thu 02 Feb 2017 03:54:50
Name :WRT
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One more clue. The third song of the "novelty" series involved a Christmas truce.
Wed 01 Feb 2017 04:47:51
Name :Nuther '62er
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OH my God, that was a nuclear brain fart!!!
Tue 31 Jan 2017 04:04:49
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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That was LUCY in the sky by the Beatles. Oh the pain, the pain.
Tue 31 Jan 2017 05:01:03
Name :Nuther'62er
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I remember "Judy in the sky with diamonds", then "Judy in disguise with glasses". But I'm stumped as to what you're looking for.
Mon 30 Jan 2017 07:04:07
Name :WRT
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A good clue is worth repeating, I always say.
Mon 30 Jan 2017 07:02:51
Name :WRT
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The second ("novelty") song had a successful sequel AND threequel.
Mon 30 Jan 2017 07:00:31
Name :WRT
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The second ("novelty") song had a successful sequel AND threequel.
Sun 29 Jan 2017 03:38:03
Name :Nuther '62er
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Ahab the A-Rab certainly wouldn't be politically correct now would it??
Sun 29 Jan 2017 03:35:04
Name :WRT
Category :76er
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Good one! Unless that was supposed to be a real guess.
Fri 27 Jan 2017 12:19:54
Name :76er
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Ahab and the a-rab?
Fri 27 Jan 2017 02:00:05
Name :WRT
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The second song was considered a novelty record.
Mon 23 Jan 2017 05:13:58
Name :WRT
Category :Fab
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Yes, they were. That's all I'll say.
Mon 23 Jan 2017 02:16:19
Name :Fab
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Now that's a good trivia question. Assuming they really were big hits.
Sat 21 Jan 2017 09:48:17
Name :2 cents
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I know this is not the answer because it doesn'n fit the one letter variable, but it reminded me of the Beatles 'All You Need Is Love' where Paul belts out "She loves you yeah yeah yeah".

I can' wait to hear the answer so don't wait too long... okay?
Sat 21 Jan 2017 01:16:58
Name :WRT
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Okay, it was a guitarist named Tucker from the Turtles. Howard Kaylan wrote about it in a recent tell all book.

Here's another one. There was a big hit song in the mid 60's. A few months later another big hit came along. The names of the subjects of both songs vary by only one letter. The second song even did a sort of tribute to the first by playing its chords during an instrumental break in the song. What were the two songs?
Thu 19 Jan 2017 03:50:38
Name :WRT
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Okay, for the rest of you, the band was named after an animal.
Thu 19 Jan 2017 09:56:55
Name :Fab
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I just looked it up. Good story. Terrible trivia question!
Thu 19 Jan 2017 03:55:57
Name :WRT
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I've also read some things about Mick Jagger being a jerk. Yes, it's John Lennon. Good job, Fab! I didn't think about the "mean" part, but I realized that "nasty" could be a clue after I wrote it. couldn't get it past a true Beatles/Rutles fan like you!

But, what's the rest of the story?
Wed 18 Jan 2017 11:05:07
Name :2 cents
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How about Mick Jagger? I've read he's a real sh*thead. Read the same about Elton John.
Wed 18 Jan 2017 02:21:32
Name :Fab
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Or "mean" as in Mean Mr. Mustard? Or John Lennon?
Wed 18 Jan 2017 02:17:49
Name :Fab
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Could "nasty" be a clue? As in Ron Nasty? As in John Lennon?
Wed 18 Jan 2017 03:41:37
Name :Nuther '62er
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C'mon WRT, where's a clue or two???
Thu 12 Jan 2017 05:27:33
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Yes. I only recently heard this story meself. Have to make it vague so it can't be looked up. Clues will follow. There already is one subtle clue included as to the identity of the superstar.
Thu 12 Jan 2017 04:31:30
Name :Nuther '62er
Category :WRT
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Wow, I guess no more easy ones.
Wed 11 Jan 2017 06:50:13
Name :WRT
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Okay, here's a convoluted one. A famous 60's band (with about 5 top ten hits) went to a private club in London. There, they met a pop superstar that began to ridicule one of their members for his unfashionable clothes and "unruly" hairstyle. He even rhymed the victim's name with a dirty word in a rendition of "The Name Game" song. The guy got so upset he ran out of the club, into a cab, and soon left for home in California and quit rock and roll (for a few decades at least).

I won't ask who the victim was, cause he's a nobody, but what group was he in? And, who was the mean and nasty superstar?
Thu 05 Jan 2017 03:52:52
Name :d
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Doesn't Hank Williams Jr have a song about Bars Trucks and Trains to Honor the memory of his dad's songs? It has a series of bad things happening.
Thu 05 Jan 2017 05:53:21
Name :Nuther '62er
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Ok here's the answer. His name is Elmo Shropshire, the song, "Grandma got run over by a reindeer."
Wed 04 Jan 2017 02:42:52
Name :about Elmo
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I looked up the answer the day you posted it and I sure am glad I did! I would have never guessed the answer.
Wed 04 Jan 2017 06:02:56
Name :Nuther '62er
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Think of a Christmas novelty song about a tragic accident on Christmas eve. If that doesn't give it away, I'll just have to give the answer.
Tue 03 Jan 2017 01:04:25
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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At this point I don't think any hint will give it away! Not for me at least.
Tue 03 Jan 2017 05:00:21
Name :Nuther '62er
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Yep. His first name is Elmo. Another hint. It's a novelty song. That should give it away.
Mon 02 Jan 2017 01:11:23
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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There's a real guy named Elmo?
Sun 01 Jan 2017 05:37:13
Name :Nuther '62er
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Remember I said it was a seasonal song. OK, another hint that might give it away. His namesake was the biggest selling toy of 1996--Between July & Dec. over 1 million were sold. OLEM OHSRSHERI.
Sat 31 Dec 2016 03:33:16
Name :WRT
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Personally, I got nothin.
Sat 31 Dec 2016 05:28:12
Name :Nuther '62er
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Here's more: In 2009 this singer appeared on Good Morning America. 2010 Late night with Jimmy Fallon. 2012 won his division in the U.S. national cross country championship in San Diego. In 2013 at the age of 77 he won a gold medal at the World Masters Games as part of the USA 4x400 relay in Brazil. And in 2016 he performed on Fox & friends....OLEM OHSRSHERI.
Thu 29 Dec 2016 08:41:52
Name :Nuther '62er
Category :WRT
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Orel Hershiser...that cracks me up!!
Wed 28 Dec 2016 05:06:26
Name :Nuther '62er
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OK, I'm back home, so here's a clue. In 2000 the song became the basis of an animated Christmas special. The singer not only voiced a part, but was also the narrator. His name...OLEM OHSRSHERI.
Sat 24 Dec 2016 01:56:37
Name :WRT
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Well, I'm pretty sure it isn't Orel Hershiser!
Sat 24 Dec 2016 10:26:13
Name :Nuther '62er
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In the spirit of the season, and that I'm bored sitting here at my dtrs., here's a different kind of question. The answer will be scrambled at the end, you'll have to unscramble it. OK, here goes. The singer recorded his seasonal hit originally in 1979 with his then wife. After his divorce, he re-recorded it as a solo in 1992. I'll leave it at that for now. Here's the scrambled answer of the Artist: MLOE OHSRSHERI
Tue 20 Dec 2016 04:50:35
Name :Nuther '62er
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Yep, good old Pa Cartwright.
Mon 19 Dec 2016 04:21:05
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Lorne Green? If it ain't him, I'm gonna feel pretty stupid!
Fri 16 Dec 2016 06:50:37
Name :Nuther '62er
Category :WRT
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Damn, I didn't think it would be that easy. I'll go back to the drawing board.
Fri 16 Dec 2016 02:51:33
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Too many clues for me. Let's see if anyone else can get it.
Thu 15 Dec 2016 06:08:06
Name :Nuther '62er
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Here's another. This guy starred in one of the most successful TV shows of the time. He even recorded a NO.#1 top 40 single, and had numerous albums. In 2007 TV Guide listed him as the nations second most popular TV father behind Bill Cosby's, Cliff Huxtable. His career on TV spanned over 30yrs. Who is he??
Tue 06 Dec 2016 10:04:31
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Actually that was PLENTY tough! A great question. I never would have got it without that last clue. I was thinking it was some before my time cowboy star. Somehow, MASH just jumped in my head.
Tue 06 Dec 2016 01:41:49
Name :Nuther '62er
Category :WRT
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You got it. Damn, I should have used a tougher hint.
Mon 05 Dec 2016 04:13:42
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Radar O'Reilly? Gary Burghoff?
Mon 05 Dec 2016 05:16:13
Name :Nuther '62er
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OK, here's a hint. This might give it away. He was not the star of either the movie, or the TV show.
Sun 04 Dec 2016 04:01:37
Name :Nuther '62er
Category :WRT
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Nope, not Andy.
Sat 03 Dec 2016 02:09:24
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Sounds like Andy. But I don't think he played Sheriff Taylor in any pre-TV show hit movie. I'll keep thinking.
Fri 02 Dec 2016 05:23:16
Name :Nuther '62er
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OK, here's another. This guy was in a smash hit motion picture. He went on to play the same role on a smash hit TV show. Over the course of 7yrs. he was nominated for 6 Emmy's, winning 1. He left the show after 7yrs., but the show continued on for another 4yrs. Who is he? And most importantly, what was the characters name??
Mon 21 Nov 2016 05:30:21
Name :WRT
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Maverick! James Garner. Never saw any of his TV shows, but love him in the movies. You could draw these things out by giving clues in trickles. Ain't nothing else going on here.
Mon 21 Nov 2016 04:24:20
Name :Nuther '62er
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Not Palladin. The guy who starred in this show had a great career on TV, and in motion pictures. 13 Emmy nominations, 12 Golden Globes, even an Oscar nomination, and a star on the walk of fame in L.A.. After leaving the show in question he went on to star in a long running detective show. In 1995 a movie was made with the same character, but in the re-make he played the father of the character. See if this helps?
Sun 20 Nov 2016 07:47:21
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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It's a little before my time, but it sounds like Paladin, or Have gun, Will Travel?
Fri 18 Nov 2016 10:16:26
Name :Nuthet '62er
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Ok, how about this. A lot of late 50's and early 60's shows had their own songs. See if you can fill in the blank of these lyrics. "Who is the tall dark stranger there -------- is his name. Ridin' the trail to who knows where, luck is his companion, gamblin' is his game.
Fri 18 Nov 2016 04:44:40
Name :Nuther '62er
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That just came out of the blue. I vaguely remembered him lifting his paw at the end of the show. And yeah lassie was always played by a male dog.
Thu 17 Nov 2016 03:44:23
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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You got it! My next clue would have been he was probably television's first female impersonator.
Thu 17 Nov 2016 04:21:55
Name :Nuther '62er
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Lassie???
Thu 17 Nov 2016 03:49:21
Name :WRT
Category :SN
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No, not Flipper.
Wed 16 Nov 2016 05:11:01
Name :SN
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Was it flipper?
Wed 16 Nov 2016 04:04:58
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Non human.
Wed 16 Nov 2016 06:03:59
Name :Nuther '62er
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This is going to be a pretty off the wall question. But was it a human waving?
Mon 14 Nov 2016 05:40:49
Name :WRT
Category :Just a guess
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Nope. Not the Hillbillies. They were a-wavin', but this was a solo star.
Mon 14 Nov 2016 09:47:33
Name :Just a guess
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Beverly Hillbillies. Y'all come back now, ya hear??

Had to fix extra return.
Mon 14 Nov 2016 09:41:59
Name :Just a guess
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Beverly H
illbillies. Y'all come back now, ya hear??
Thu 10 Nov 2016 10:21:49
Name :WRT
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While the final credits were rolling at the end of a 60's TV show, we'd see the star who would then wave at the camera. What was the show?
Mon 07 Nov 2016 05:20:36
Name :Nuther '62er
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I agree. Google has made it difficult to word questions without it being easily answered.
Sun 06 Nov 2016 01:06:29
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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I try to come up with questions that can't be Googled. Sometimes I fail.
Sun 06 Nov 2016 10:27:24
Name :Nuther '62er
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WHAT??? WRT, I gotta hand it to you, you come up with some pretty off the wall questions. But they're fun!!
Wed 02 Nov 2016 04:00:56
Name :WRT
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Wow! You got it! It was worth double posting! I'm amazed! My next clue would have been, "it was the first hit for a guy that went solo".
Tue 01 Nov 2016 11:55:21
Name :SN
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Sorry about the double post
Tue 01 Nov 2016 11:54:14
Name :SN
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Was it Paul Simon Mother and Child Reunion
Tue 01 Nov 2016 09:55:26
Name :SN
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Was it Paul Simon Mother and child reunion
Tue 01 Nov 2016 04:40:13
Name :WRT
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Okay, you want difficult? Here goes!

What top ten hit of 1972 got it's title (which is also repeated during the song) from a chicken and egg dish served at a Chinese restaurant? Don't get me wrong, it's English, not Chinese.
Sat 29 Oct 2016 09:10:04
Name :WRT
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Kris Kristofferson! I knew it as soon as you said he wrote songs at Oxford. Knew he flew choppers in the Army, but the rest was new to me. The way you said you "admired" him, I thought he might have died. He hasn't.

I recently saw Cisco Pike with my wife and was telling her what a big star he would become in the mid 70's. You're right, what a life!
Sat 29 Oct 2016 04:53:10
Name :Nuther '62er
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This is a guy I've really admired. He was an outstanding athlete going so far as appearing in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd" in the mid 50's. He got his BA, summa cum laude in literature, and he was elected Phi Beta Kappa. He received a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford University where he first started writing songs, but was unsuccessful. He came back to the U.S. joined the Army, attained the rank of Captain, became a helicopter pilot, and went on to complete Army Ranger school. He was stationed in West Germany as a member of the 8th Infantry Division where he resumed his music career. In 1965 he left the Army to pursue his song writing career, at which time his family disowned him. He moved to Nashville and got a job sweeping floors at Columbia Records. He met June Carter and asked her to give Johnny Cash a tape of his. Weeks later reportedly he landed a helicopter in Cash's front yard which got his attention. Cash decided to record one of the songs, and that year he won songwriter of the year. The list of artists who recorded his songs is long and distinguished. Besides Johnny Cash, there was Gladys Knight, Roy Drusky, Ray Stevens, Jerry Lee Lewis, Faron Young, Roger Miller, Ray Price, Waylon Jennings, Sammi Smith, Joe Simon, Bobby Bare, O.C. Smith, Patti Page, Willie Nelson, and Kenny Rogers to name a few. He went on to perform in many motion pictures. I counted 27, going so far as being nominated for a Golden Globe for acting, and an Oscar nomination for best song. He also appeared in a TV miniseries. It's impossible to give a song or song writing clue without giving away who it is. But suffice it to say he's had one helluva life!! Who is it??
Sun 23 Oct 2016 08:58:57
Name :Nuther '62er
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I knew it was pretty easy, but the lyrics were way ahead of the times.
Sun 23 Oct 2016 06:35:03
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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"In the Year 2525" by Zager and Evans. It seems like that song was number one forever.
Sun 23 Oct 2016 05:28:04
Name :Nuther '62er
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After moving into our new home, I came across a box of albums I've had put away for eons it seems. One was Barry Mcguires "Eve of Destruction". Believe it or not I still have a working turntable so I played it. Amazing how some of the lyrics would fit with what's going on today. 'The Eastern world it tis explodin', even the Jordan river has bodies floatin". Then I came across another LP that spoke of what the future may bring, and how one of the lines was spot on. It spoke of picking your children from a glass tube. Can you name that song?
Sun 02 Oct 2016 07:44:01
Name :SN
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Somebody else can ask the next question
Sun 02 Oct 2016 11:04:23
Name :WRT
Category :SN
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Yes! They found them in an evidence locker in the back room of a police station I believe. They gave them to his widow. Good job!
Sun 02 Oct 2016 04:25:08
Name :SN
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What it Buddy Hollys glasses?
Sat 01 Oct 2016 07:00:25
Name :WRT
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Who's glasses did they find in 1980?
Mon 05 Sep 2016 10:11:30
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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I was recently reading about Davy Jones and stumbled upon that little factoid.
Mon 05 Sep 2016 01:16:25
Name :Nuther '62er
Category :WRT
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Holy crap, where did you dig that one up? I didn't have a clue.
Sun 04 Sep 2016 07:58:31
Name :WRT
Category :SN
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That's it! Davy was in the Broadway musical Oliver. Some of the cast did a snippet of that play on Sullivan. Good job!
Sun 04 Sep 2016 05:54:26
Name :SN
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Was it Davy Jones before the Monkees
Thu 25 Aug 2016 04:17:53
Name :WRT
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What future pop star was standing backstage when the Beatles first performed on the Ed Sullivan show, and seeing all the screaming girls, decided he wanted "a piece of that"?
Sun 07 Aug 2016 04:17:37
Name :Nuther '62er
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Not sure of all of them..but I do know the original "Jay" who was Traynor sang "She Cried" which I believe was their first hit. Then Jay Black sang 'Only in America", and "Come a Little Bit Closer". Not sure about "Cara Mia".
Sat 06 Aug 2016 04:36:10
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Interesting! Do you know which Jay sang which hits?
Thu 04 Aug 2016 01:49:38
Name :Nuther '62er
Category :WRT
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Great question, that got me to thinking how many other songs were done that way. I remembered "Jay & the Americans" actually had two "Jays". Jay Traynor was the original, then Jay Black replaced him.
Tue 19 Jul 2016 03:24:21
Name :WRT
Category :76er
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Wow! That really came out of the blue! You got it! Jean Terrell sings Stoned Love, not Dianna Ross. Keith Richards sings Happy, not Mick Jaggar. Benjamin Orr sings Drive, not Ric Ocasek. Good job!
Mon 18 Jul 2016 08:15:51
Name :76er
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Now i know!! Its the lead singers!! Theyre not the usual ones.
Tue 12 Jul 2016 05:02:17
Name :WRT
Category :76er
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You could only be half right. There are times when a "flipping the bird" icon would come in real handy!
Tue 12 Jul 2016 12:39:22
Name :76er
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They all suck and nobody cares?
Wed 29 Jun 2016 04:16:26
Name :WRT
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What do these hit songs have in common? "Stoned Love" by the Supremes, "Happy" by the Rolling Stones, and "Drive" by the Cars?
Sat 04 Jun 2016 02:45:12
Name :WRT
Category :
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Kate Bradley on Petticoat Junction and Betty Rubble's voice.
Sat 04 Jun 2016 01:34:06
Name :d
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An extremely bubbly blonde
Fri 03 Jun 2016 06:30:21
Name :SN
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She was in Beverly Hillbillies & Petticoat Junction
Fri 03 Jun 2016 04:21:58
Name :Lollie
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Who was she and what shows was she in? I think the name sounds familiar but just can't put her name and face together.
Fri 03 Jun 2016 04:04:10
Name :WRT
Category :SN
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YES! Outstanding!
Fri 03 Jun 2016 02:51:25
Name :SN
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Was it Bea Benaderet
Thu 02 Jun 2016 04:13:49
Name :WRT
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One of the supporting characters she played in the early 60's had a son and a daughter portrayed by the same actor.
Tue 31 May 2016 05:31:36
Name :WRT
Category :d/Jo
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No, not Liz Montgomery or Marlo Thomas. I'll start thinking about a new clue.
Mon 30 May 2016 01:37:12
Name :d
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Marlo Thomas
Sat 28 May 2016 10:48:16
Name :Jo
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Elizabeth Montgomery ?
Fri 27 May 2016 04:10:35
Name :WRT
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The TV show she starred in sure wasn't My Three Sons!
Thu 26 May 2016 03:57:56
Name :WRT
Category :Lollie
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No, not Valerie Harper. You're right, she's much younger than the woman I'm asking about.
Thu 26 May 2016 03:54:49
Name :Lollie
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Valerie Harper? She was probably too young for the 50's but that's the first name to pop into my head.
Mon 23 May 2016 04:26:23
Name :WRT
Category :PAW
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No, it's not them.
Sun 22 May 2016 01:25:29
Name :PAW
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Gotta be Rick Barry/Patricia Barry.
Sat 21 May 2016 10:56:16
Name :WRT
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Okay, here's a hint. Her last character (the lead role on a TV sitcom) had the same last name as an NBA player that went on to become a successful politician.
Wed 18 May 2016 04:05:13
Name :WRT
Category :d
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Nope. It's not Susan Gordon.
Tue 17 May 2016 07:22:50
Name :d
Category :
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Susan Gordon?
Wed 11 May 2016 04:02:55
Name :WRT
Category :PAW
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That's a good guess. But, no, it's not Liz Montgomery.
Tue 10 May 2016 06:49:50
Name :PAW
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I should know better than to get involved in this but here goes.
Elizabeth Montgomery
Tue 10 May 2016 03:55:53
Name :WRT
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What woman was a supporting actress in a few 50's and early 60's TV shows, was the voice of a popular cartoon character, then was the star of a successful TV show until cancer took her?
Sun 08 May 2016 02:59:00
Name :Nuther '62er
Category :d
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For you d the answer is Robert Zimmerman AKA Elston Gunn, and finally Bob Dylan.
Sat 07 May 2016 01:35:00
Name :d
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I'll play when I get back home.
Fri 22 Apr 2016 01:53:19
Name :Nuther '62er
Category :WRT
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Since it seems we're the only two who participate here, and since we both know the answer, I guess there's no reason to post it.
Wed 20 Apr 2016 05:01:21
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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I'll disqualify myself because I just read up on Bobby Vee and know the surprising answer. Never knew that guy played the pie-annie.
Wed 20 Apr 2016 02:56:03
Name :Nuther '62er
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Good job. By the way "Shadows" was also a hint, since at the time they were called Bobby Vee & the Shadows. Here's another question. After that one show Bobby Vee wasn't needed anymore. So he and the group met & decided what they needed was a piano player. They found one, but the problem with him was, he could only play in one key. So they parted ways. The piano player decided the upper mid west wasn't for him. So he moved to New York, gave up the piano, picked up a guitar and became a singer/songwriter superstar. Who is he?
Tue 19 Apr 2016 05:19:13
Name :WRT
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The "bounce" clue gave it away for me. Bobby Vee. I love "Run to Him" and "The Night Has a Thousand Eyes", but I didn't discover them until many years after they were on the charts. An older friend says Vee was always a cheap Buddy Holly imitator. Now I know how all that started!
Tue 19 Apr 2016 03:43:59
Name :Nuther '62er
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Ok, let's see what kind of a hint I can come up with. The artist at the time was a local talent, not widely known but went on to have a pretty good career with 7 gold records, 38 top 100 hits, and appeared in 4 motion pictures. At first he had a few ups & downs, but came out of the "Shadows" to "bounce" back.
Mon 18 Apr 2016 05:19:15
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Good question! All I have are guesses. I was going to guess Dion, but I think he was already on the bill. So, I'll say...Ricky Nelson?
Sun 17 Apr 2016 03:53:12
Name :Nuther '62er
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In Feb. 1959, "The Day The Music Died", we all know the story. But after the organizers decided to continue with the scheduled show that next day, who did they choose to fill in for that one night.
Wed 06 Apr 2016 03:34:20
Name :Nuther '62er
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That's it. I thought any Beatle fan would get the scrambled eggs clue.
Tue 05 Apr 2016 04:41:23
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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"Yesterday".
Tue 05 Apr 2016 02:55:16
Name :Nuther '62er
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Some of the original lyrics, which were obviously changed..thank God, were..."Oh you've got such lovely legs, oh, my baby, how I love your legs." That's probably too obscure while having a breakfast of "Scrambled Eggs". But a really good hint is there.
Tue 05 Apr 2016 02:54:35
Name :Nuther '62er
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Some of the original lyrics, which were obviously changed..thank God, were..."Oh you've got such lovely legs, oh, my baby, how I love your legs." That's probably too obscure while having a breakfast of "Scrambled Eggs". But a really good hint is there.
Mon 04 Apr 2016 05:33:47
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Not much help for me. "My Way"?
Mon 04 Apr 2016 12:33:13
Name :Nuther '62er
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Oh crap! Just realized that when I wrote 4 versions of the song hit the charts, I should have clarified that two of those were on the UK charts. There, ponder that for awhile.
Sat 02 Apr 2016 09:02:18
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Good question! I'll ponder it. If no one responds soon, maybe you could help out by telling us how high up the charts those four versions went.

I could post here everyday, but I rack my brain trying to think up questions with answers that can't be easily Googled. It's very difficult in this day and age. You've done a good job meeting that criteria.
Sat 02 Apr 2016 05:52:14
Name :Nuther '62er
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I keep waiting for someone else to post a question, but no-one does. Soooo, here's another.
It's a song recorded by the likes of Sinatra, Elvis, Liberace, Mama's & Papa's, Marvin Gaye, Tammy Wynette, Placido Domingo, Ray Charles, Marianne Faithful, Matt Munro, and many, many others. But only 4 versions ever reached the charts. In all, reportedly there's been 4,000 versions recorded. Supposedly it's been performed over 7 million times just in the 20th century. The writer still performs at the age of 74. What song is it?
Thu 24 Mar 2016 02:44:34
Name :Nuther '62er
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You got it. Brenda Lee, born Brenda Mae Tarpley, or 'Little Miss Dynamite".
Wed 23 Mar 2016 07:10:26
Name :Fab
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Brenda Lee?
Wed 23 Mar 2016 04:57:49
Name :Nuther '62er
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Ok, it's been awhile...so here goes.
This singer had 9 consecutive top 10 hits from 1960 through 1962. A record for a female solo artist that wasn't broken until 1986 by Madonna. In 1962, while touring Germany, she head lined at the famous Star Club in Hamburg where her opening act was...The Beatles!
Who is she?
Thu 03 Mar 2016 07:02:54
Name :Ann '75
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"Thunder Road" was set in Tennessee but was filmed in North Carolina. My late husband was from NC and used to run moonshine on those same roads.
Thu 04 Feb 2016 05:13:00
Name :WRT
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Not to me. I love Mitchum, but never even heard of that one.
Wed 03 Feb 2016 12:42:38
Name :Nuther '62er
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Yeah, I thought it was pretty easy. I'll try harder next time.
Wed 03 Feb 2016 08:01:22
Name :Joe
Category :Nuther 62
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The movie was Thunder Road and the
actor was Robert Mitchum
Tue 02 Feb 2016 05:11:33
Name :Nuther '62er
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This one might be easy. This is a song which title was also the title of a motion picture. It was about moonshiners, and the star of the movie sang the song. Name both.
Tue 02 Feb 2016 04:46:07
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther 62er
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That's it! Mr. Lee. The Bobettes actually didn't like him. The original lyrics were unflattering. The record company made them change the words before they recorded the song.

I read an account by one of his students. He said Mr. Lee looked just like Clark Kent. The only time he ever showed any emotion is when he got misty hearing this song about him on the radio.
Mon 01 Feb 2016 02:34:40
Name :Nuther '62er
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I've been giving some thought to the question about a teacher. I've come up with two, "Mr. Lee" by the Bobbettes I think, and "Abigail Beecher". But I can't remember the singer, maybe Freddy "Boom Boom" Cannon?
Fri 29 Jan 2016 03:50:46
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er/The Police
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I'm laughing my ass off! No, it isn't either of those!
Fri 29 Jan 2016 02:35:47
Name :Nuther '62er
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"It's a Smull World."
Thu 28 Jan 2016 09:38:41
Name :The Police
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'Don't Stand So Close To Me' by The Police?
Thu 28 Jan 2016 05:21:10
Name :WRT
Category :
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This hit song was about a teacher. But, not the one at Mar Vista.
Tue 26 Jan 2016 07:52:32
Name :I like it, I like it!
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My favorite has to be 'Saloon'.

Think about the possibilities:

'The Mar Vista Saloon"

or

'The Heathen High Saloon'

Our motto could be:

"Where all The Heathens drink!"

Tue 26 Jan 2016 06:25:11
Name :TAVERN INN BAR PUB SALOON
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13th century - “Tavern” is one of the older of the terms, and first appeared in English in the 13th century meaning “a place where wine is sold to the public.” English had borrowed “tavern” from the Old French “taverne,” which in turn was derived from the Latin “taberna,” meaning “a shed constructed of boards, a hut, workshop.” That “taberna,” by the way, eventually also gave us the English word “tabernacle,” which is a definite step up from “hut.” Today “tavern” is exclusively used to mean “drinking establishment,” and, at least in the US, “tavern” has a somewhat more refined connotation than “bar.”

14th century - “Inn” comes from the Old English “inn,” probably related to our preposition “in,” and originally meant simply “house.” By the 14th century, “inn” meant “lodging house,” usually offering drinks as well. Today many places with “Inn” in their names are merely bars putting on airs

16th century - “Bar,” perhaps the most basic term for such places, dates to the late 16th century and comes from the barrier or counter over which drinks are served. This is the same “bar” as in common use meaning “long rod or barrier” and comes from the Latin “barra,” meaning “barrier.” A similar railing or bar separates lawyers, et al., from the public in courtrooms, and aspiring lawyers must pass a “bar exam” to join their ilk.

17th century - “Pub” is simply short for “public house” (dating to the early 17th century), an establishment that is licensed to sell alcohol to be consumed on the premises by the public (as opposed to private clubs, etc.). In the US, “pubs” ordinarily also serve food.

18th century - “Saloon” (early 18th century) is an Anglicized form of the French “salon,” originally meaning a large reception room or hall, often in a hotel. That “big room” meaning has been carried over into “saloon” used to denote private railroad cars, large automobiles, or deluxe cabins on ocean liners. “Saloon” meaning “place for drinking” dates to the mid-19th century. “Saloon” does imply a larger establishment than a simple “bar,” but the words are otherwise interchangeable.

As to why “tavern” and “inn” sound cozy to us, but “bar” seems seedy and “saloon” reeks of cowboys and breaking chairs, we can probably thank Hollywood. All these terms are essentially synonymous.
Tue 26 Jan 2016 06:06:12
Name :WRT
Category :fyi trivia
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They thought beer was essential for good health in those days. Not unlike me now.
Tue 26 Jan 2016 04:24:05
Name :fyi trivia
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The first Europeans to land in North America were deeply into drinking. There was said to be more beer aboard the Mayflower than there was drinking water, even the Puritans loved a good snootful, and, according to the official Colonial Williamsburg website, folks there were hammered pretty much 24/7. Who knew?
Sat 23 Jan 2016 10:17:03
Name :Gazillion dollars
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There ain't no gazillion, it's right up there with zillion, bijillion, and uncountabillion, a made-up term.

Just so you know, here's the list of "named illions":

Billion has 9 zeros

Trillion has 12 zeros

Quadrillion has 15 zeros

Quintillion has 18 zeros

Sextillion has 21 zeros

Septillion has 24 zeros

Octillion has 27 zeros

Nonillion has 30 zeros

Decillion has 33 zeros

Undecillion has 36 zeros

Duodecillion has 39 zeros

Tredecillion has 42 zeros

Quattuordecillion has 45 zeros

Quindecillion has 48 zeros

Sexdecillion has 51 zeros

Septendecillion has 54 zeros

Octodecillion has 57 zeros

Novemdecillion has 60 zeros

Vigintillion has 63 zeros

Googol has 100 zeros.

Centillion has 303 zeros (except in Britain, where it has 600 zeros)

Googolplex has a googol of zeros

Sat 09 Jan 2016 07:24:59
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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I only know that song from the cartoon. I first saw it in the 80's. Tom the cat was paying his dues beside a stand up bass.

You can see it at...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-sLX5UZaxk
Fri 08 Jan 2016 03:34:17
Name :Nuther '62er
Category :WRT
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Now THAT'S an oldie WRT. That goes back to the 40's.
Thu 07 Jan 2016 05:36:56
Name :WRT
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I thought the song might be "Is you is or is you ain't my baby?".
Thu 07 Jan 2016 05:24:10
Name :Sn
Category :Nuther 62er
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You got it
Thu 07 Jan 2016 03:30:02
Name :Nuther '62er
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Wait a minute, I remember this. Tom & Jerry became......Simon & Garfunkle. I'm not sure of the song, maybe "Sounds of Silence'?
Wed 06 Jan 2016 01:48:10
Name :Sn
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Here's a hint 50 years ago this week they had the number one song
Wed 06 Jan 2016 05:36:09
Name :Sn
Category :WRT
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Not sure, but not who I'm thinking about
Wed 06 Jan 2016 04:30:37
Name :WRT
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Was one of the Grateful Dead named Tom?
Wed 06 Jan 2016 03:49:49
Name :Sn
Category :Nuther 62er
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Not the cat and mouse a music duo
Wed 06 Jan 2016 02:39:32
Name :Nuther '62er
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You can't mean the Cat & Mouse?
Tue 05 Jan 2016 07:12:01
Name :Sn
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Who were Tom & Jerry
Tue 05 Jan 2016 05:52:15
Name :WRT
Category :Sn
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You got it! Wow! I thought it would gather some moss before anyone answered it. Good job!
Tue 05 Jan 2016 12:03:03
Name :Sn
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Was it basketball jones. By cheech and chong
Tue 05 Jan 2016 04:47:11
Name :WRT
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What song on a hit comedy album of the early 70's featured George Harrison, Carole King, Tom Scott, Billy Preston, Ronnie Spector, and Michelle Phillips (of The Mamas and The Papas)? The song actually became a top twenty hit on its own.
Mon 04 Jan 2016 04:41:31
Name :WRT
Category :Nuther '62er
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Inspired by Yul Brenner's character or title, instead of his "costume", would have been helpful! I was thinking The Tunics or The Loincloths!
Mon 04 Jan 2016 05:50:59
Name :Nuther '62er
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I'm certainly not smart enough to have known this one. I came across it reading a mag in an airport. The song was NEVER a No.#1, but it was the No.#1 single of the year according to Billboard. I can't think of a hint that wouldn't give it away, so I'll just name it. In the 10 Commandments Yul Brynner was the King of Egypt, or if you prefer the Pharaoh. That should certainly give it away. Sam "The Sham" and the Pharaohs, and Wooly Bully.
Sun 03 Jan 2016 12:57:17
Name :WRT
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You got me stumped, AND I'm still hung over!
Sun 03 Jan 2016 05:17:07
Name :Nuther '62er
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No guesses yet? Or is everyone still hung over.