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  1. 2 points
    RonJonSurfer

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    I was wondering if any of the old Songfacts gang (you know who you are) checks in to the site much these days. Every once in while I come back searching for you guys but come up empty. It was a vibrant and crazy place when we all joined close to 15 years ago and it remained that way for a long time. Frankly I miss it. If any of you stop by, leave a comment. I'd love to know how you guys are doing. RonJonSurfer (Ron)
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    RonJonSurfer

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    After all these years I still can't make everything work right. Thus...see a quote from the one and only Edna dated 9/23/18 in my last reply.
  3. 1 point
    Farin

    What Song Are You Listening To Right Now?

    the old thread seems to be AWOL, so here goes The Guns of Brixton ~ The Clash
  4. 1 point
    Otokichi

    The "Old" Songfacts Gang

    I didn't join 15 years ago, but I do my best to *bump* the "All Things Music" subset. Ever since Last.fm terminated all forums and fan posts, I've been hanging out here to see if there is "Life on Mars." (It seems to be very sparse.) Folks in search of Music on the Interweb don't have many choices these days, between "Buy 'N Large" (Apple) or "We Think You Like This?" (Spotify). For really obscure music, I sometimes drop by CD Baby, if a "Toy Cows in Africa"-like track catches my eye/ear on YouTube. So now I travel the "Roads to Moscow" while "Dancing in the Moonlight," on the way to "Scarborough Fair.";) Patrick Abe
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    I was here 13 years ago and I know it's never too late to give an response.!!
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    Levis

    Cave in Hall of Fame

    [big]Cave enters Aria Hall of Fame on his own terms[/big] [smallest]October 29, 2007[/smallest] [smaller]Source [/smaller] SINGER Nick Cave has accepted his induction into the Aria Hall of Fame, but it was on his own terms. The Australia-born songwriter last week said he was "dreading" tonight's induction during the annual music awards. But on the night, he was gracious in accepting the honour. However, there were a couple of conditions - that his band mates from The Bad Seeds and his former band The Birthday Party be inducted as well. "I cannot really accept this until we get a few things straight," Cave told the crowd at Sydney's Acer Arena. "What I can't figure out is why I am up here and The Bad Seeds aren't? "I would like to do a bit of inducting myself." Cave then thanked the members of The Band Seeds and The Birthday Party, the 1970s Melbourne gothic rock band which launched his career, for all their work with him over the years. "I would like to, by the power vested in me, induct these people also into the Aria Hall of Fame." Cave also thanked his mother, his wife Susie Bick and four sons. Later, he told reporters there were a few other Australians artists he would like to see join him in the select club. "Is Kylie in there?"asked Cave, who recorded the duet Where The Wild Roses Grow with Kylie Minogue in 1996. "She f---ing well should be!" AAP And there's a slightly older article on his reluctance . (I wanted to make the title something to do with "Cave" and "Hall", but I'm not as good as RJ at these things. Any suggestions?)
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    kylie minogue - can't get you out of my head
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    jai nance

    Why does music move us?

    How sad it is to think that there are Human Beings that actually don't like some form of music,it seems almost impossible because music is universal and with so many forms that some toe tapping must surely be going on!
  9. 1 point
    Carl

    What Song Are You Listening To Right Now?

    Confetti cannons came into my life yesterday, so I had to play this.
  10. 1 point
    Brad_M

    Songs About Encounters With The Law

    Carl, Do you want songs that are completely about an encounter with the law...or any song, as long as there is a small part with an encounter with the law?
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    Wyld Card

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    I think the song idea would be easier, so we can just listen to the posted links. I don't know much about the past year in new music.
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    _Laurie_

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    I like the suggestion of Live Albums also...
  13. 1 point
    Elvish

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    I like bios and autobios - love the acoustic idea concept albums solo albums
  14. 1 point
    Levis

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    ^ I was about to say something similar like - biographies or autobiographies
  15. 1 point
    TheLizard

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    Rock biographies, maybe?
  16. 1 point
    Elvish

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    Great suggestions, y'all. Remember, they don't all even have to be albums. We can also have a list of songs, movies, books, whatever I'm thinking: Best (or maybe worst?) Covers British Invasion (which could be best groups, songs, and/or maybe albums- hmmm..should we include or exclude Beatles and Stones? Could even specify decade if we want...) So, have fun with this - let your imagination run wild.
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    Lucky

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    Thank you, that was the point!!
  18. 1 point
    Levis

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    Greatest Hits compilations? I'm just saying things as they come to me
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    _Laurie_

    Songfactors' Choice: Suggestion Box

    I love the acoustic idea! :guitar:
  20. 1 point
    johnny

    Cave in Hall of Fame

    Incredible. Truely incredible.
  21. 1 point
    daslied

    Cave in Hall of Fame

    "Cave Enters Hall: Bad Seeds Left Behind" Possibly offensive.
  22. 1 point
    Farin

    Cave in Hall of Fame

    I just listened to Grinderman today
  23. 1 point
    Kevin

    Cave in Hall of Fame

    That's class !
  24. 1 point
    edna

    Best Workout Songs

    Blondie or JGeils Band are great to hoover the house in the morning!
  25. 1 point
    Catherine

    meaning of The First Cut Is The Deepest

    Rod Stewart does it better though!
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