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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by kelnet, Feb 19, 2019.
Sorry. I really hate that song.
Papa Oom Mow Mow, then
Politician - Robbin Ford version. Also Mustang Sally.
By representative nations?
As a tentative entry for the British/UK contingent, I offer the Johnny Kidd & The Pirates classic 'Shakin' All Over'
For the Irish, 'Gloria' by Them
By continent?, it'd have to be something by Rory Gallagher for me, but Queen would put up a strong showing. Anyone supporting 'Ca Plane Por Mois' ?
Does it have to be 'popular' music?, another post offered Glenn Miller. That's a good choice. How about Beethoven's 9th?, or 'Toccata And Fugue in D Minor' for the Bach battlers?
Glenn Miller is popular music. Just not current popular music.
Maybe something from The Stephen Foster catalog?!?!
there's a lot of mustang sally hate here
Here's the correct answer
I'm going to take a chance and guess that a majority of TFPRIers would give a huge thumbs up to this performance by Clapton. I find solos fascinating, especially when they tell a story as dramatically and expressively as this one.
Long before I heard this, I had read about it in RS. The writer called this solo "tasteless." Disagree.
I also disagree. I think "boring" is more apt
I'm getting drunk n I ain't even drinkin'.
Well, so far, there have been a lot of suggestions that have not received negative responses. Perhaps there are far more songs that we agree on that some here anticipated.
Not after seeing "Pink Flamingos"
What do I win?
Maybe a little “West Coast Blues” by Blind Blake?
I alway loved T Bone’s solo on Stormy Monday, but that Clapton version sounds great too.
Goodbye Sober Day by Mr. Bungle?