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Everything posted by Udo

  1. Wasn't everybody in Toto in some other band at some point as well? Like they were all session players who got together?
  2. And, more notably, he was NOT in Buffalo Springfield. Neal Schon (Santana & Journey) Gregg Rolie (Santana & Journey) Tommy Shaw (Styx & Damn Yankees) Paul Rogers (Free, Bad Company, the Firm, Queen)
  3. what most people don't know is that the Baylor football team and the Vanderbilt football team are actually the same team
  4. It'd take too long for me to research the entire REM playlist.
  5. Does the name Anita Ward ring a bell?
  6. I hope you remembered to look at your shoes while playing the chords. That's crucial for grunge.
  7. Let's just say that women say they want one thing but rarely mean it. OR Women want a sensitive man. You can identify the "sensitive man" easily: he's 6'3", handsome, and independently wealthy
  8. And two somewhat different songs that fit the bill: Shake You Down by Gregory Abbott No More Tears by Ozzy Osbourne
  9. My experience is that, if a girl/woman is not interested in you, no matter what romantic overture you make, it will be taken poorly. If you don't get the hint the first time, it goes south very quickly. Then again, if she is interested, any romantic overture will work so well, you'll think it's the answer, when it's not. The fact she liked you in the first place is the answer.
  10. The theme from Moonlighting did well, iirc, but it was later than Cheers and before Friends.
  11. I can dig it, he can dig it, she can dig it, we can dig it, they can dig it, you can dig it Oh, let's dig it. Can you dig it, baby? I can dig it, he can dig it, she can dig it, we can dig it, they can dig it, you can dig it Oh, let's dig it. Can you dig it, baby? grazin' in the grass, yes, baby, can you dig it?
  12. It's not Sand In My Shoes by Stevie G. and the Rockerz. A DJ Santosh Samuel has a "Sand in the Shoes" song, available for download here: http://www.baydownloads.com/search.php?a=41169&q=Dj%20Santosh%20SAMuel%20-%20Sand%20in%20my%20shoes%20%28smooth%20mix%29.mp3 One Ralph McTell has an album of that name, but I can't find a track listing for it. Musicnotes has a song "Sand in my Shoes" by Connie Boswell (female), for piano & guitar with voice. That's about all I can find on google.
  13. Well, there's Sand On My Shoes by the Kinks, but the lyrics don't match what you said. Still looking...
  14. Yes, send an envelope addressed "postage due" to: WORLD'S 189th RICHEST PERSON and MOST POWERFUL BUSINESSMAN IN THE WORLD, aka STEVE JOBS c/o Apple Computers, Inc. I'm sure he'll get right on your request.
  15. I refuse to get drawn into another "who's best" discussion. Except to say that 2008 isn't over yet.
  16. Sia Furler--"Breathe Me" and a few others have received recognition. She participates on her website (siamusic.net) Also Stephanie's Id (as mentioned in a previous thread about the song "Cold Cold"). I'd guess hitting them up on their myspace: http://www.myspace.com/stephaniesid.
  17. This song spent the most time at #1 in the 1960s.
  18. I'm holding out till the 2010s to make any final calls.
  19. No, that's Laurie. Lucky is a totally different person.
  20. Oh, now you're dissing Mungo Jerry? IT'S ON!
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