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  1. Hello Soul Girl, I can help with a couple of bits and pieces: 13. London Zoo is in Regent's Park Layton/Leighton??? is probably Leyton, a borough in London Huxton could possibly be Hoxton Hoburn is written Holborn Petit France is a street in London Heston is near London Airport Edgeware Road is spelled Edgware Eisworth is probably Isleworth St Pankerstown Hall is probably St. Pancras Town Hall St. John's Wood, Brook Green, Hammersmith and Bayswater are all areas of London. 17. Clement Attlee was Prime Minister from 1945 - 1951. Sir Stafford Cripps was a member of Attlee's gove
  2. Mike Love of the Beach Boys was also there at that time. It could have been him in the photo.
  3. How about this Elvis Presley movie song. Not the greatest song ever written, but it fits in nicely with what you are working on. CONFIDENCE Written by Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett] When everyone thought the world was flat Columbus said "It's round" He went down in history And America was found 'Cos He had confidence A little thing called confidence There's no job too immense when you've got Confidence With a "C" and an "O" and an "N" and an "F" And an "I" and a "D" and an "ENCE" Put 'em all together and what have you got Confidence You'll be surprised what you
  4. THE RUNNER Manfred Mann's Earth Band Through the night, through the dawn Behind you another runner is born Don't look back you've been there Feel the mist as your breath hits the air And it's underneath the moonlight Passing some Still your heart beats in the moonlight Like a drum Through the night, through the dawn Behind you another runner is born Don't look back, you've been there Feel the mist as your breath hits the air And it's underneath the moonlight Passing some Still your heart beats in the moonlight Like a drum And you will run your time A shooting star ac
  5. It was recorded by "The Real Don Steele". Steele was an LA disc jockey during the 1960's.
  6. Yes, it's called "SLOW POKE". SLOW POKE Written by Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart & Chilton Price Pee Wee King & His Golden West Cowboys - 1951 Ralph Flanagan & His Orch. (vocals: The Singing Winds) - 1951 Helen O'Connell - 1951 Arthur Godfrey - 1951 Roberta Lee - 1951 The Ray Conniff Singers - 1964 YOU KEEP ME WAITIN? TILL IT?S GETTIN? AGGRAVATIN?, YOU?RE A SLOW POKE, I WAIT N? WORRY BUT YOU NEVER SEEM TO HURRY, YOU?RE A SLOW POKE, TIME MEANS NOTHIN? TO YOU, I WAIT AND THEN, LATE AGAIN, EIGHT O?CLOCK, NINE O?CLOCK, QUARTER TO TEN, WHY SHOULD I LINGE
  7. Did any of you ever hear of Al Viola or Tony Mottola ?
  8. If you want to see a prime example of good film-making, with a tight storyline, good acting, camerawork, editing, direction, and not a wasted second from start to finish......then look no further than Kubrick's "THE KILLING".
  9. It's called "Nothing To Say" and was written by Andrew Peterson, after having been inspired by the beauty and majesty of the Grand Canyon. The song was released on his album "Carried Along" in 2000.
  10. Also recorded by: Jackie DeShannon Waylon Jennings Narvel Felts Mud Smokie Allan Clarke (of The Hollies) Billy Joe Royal Linda Eder Michael Bolton
  11. I'll have to disagree with Bazooka's use of the word "cover" when describing "You Ain't Going Nowhere" by The Byrds. As I understand it, the word "cover" implies that somebody else had previously issued a commercial recording of the same song, which, in this case, Dylan had not. The Byrds simply recorded, and had a hit with, a song written by Dylan. This does not make it a "cover". If it does, then 90% of all records issued must be covers.
  12. Also versions by: Melissa Ethridge Wayne Fontana The Carpenters Bette Midler Jeff Barry The Fabulous Singlettes
  13. That's quite amazing, MuzikTyme
  14. MelP

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    How about "Step Out" by Oasis: What she said She said to me Take me high on a mountain side She was dressed up in leopard skin And her soul would never be denied I met her down the disco in a beat up car She was burning down the road She looked just like a star in a Jaguar She needs to lighten her load And when you might Think you're gonna cry It will be all right Step out tonight You might Think you're gonna cry It will be all right Step out tonight What I said I said to her I'm alive when you walk that way Can you hear what I can hear? It's the sound of a
  15. The Shangri Las originally.
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