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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by dnsey » 31 Mar 2015, 21:58

Nice Clarke & Smith gear. Literally old school!

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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by myglaren » 31 Mar 2015, 22:03

Tom Waits
Cold Cold Ground



Kentucky Avenue

Well Eddie Grace's Buick got four bullet holes in the side
and Charlie DeLisle is sittin at the top of an avocado tree
Mrs. Storm will stab you with a steak knife if you step on her lawn
I got a half a pack of Lucky Strikes man so come along with me
and let's fill our pockets with macadamia nuts
and go over to Bobby Goodmanson's and jump off the roof

well Hilda plays strip poker when her mamas cross the street
Joey Navinski says she put her tongue in his mouth
and Dicky Faulkner's got a switchblade and some gooseneck risers
that eucalyptus is a hunchback there's a wind down from the south
so let me tie you up with kite string and I'll show you the scabs on my knee
watch out for the broken glass put your shoes and socks on
and come along with me

let's follow that fire truck I think your house is burnin' down
and go down to the hobo jungle and kill some rattlesnakes with a trowel
and we'll break all the windows in the old Anderson place
and we'll steal a bunch of boysenberries and I'll smear em on your face
I'll get a dollar from my mama's purse and buy that skull and crossbones ring
and you can wear it round your neck on an old piece of string

Then we'll spit on Ronnie Arnold and flip him the bird
and slash the tires on the school bus now don't say a word
I'll take a rusty nail and scratch your initials in my arm
and I'll show you how to sneak up on the roof of the drugstore
I'll take the spokes from your wheelchair and a magpie's wings
and I'll tie em to your shoulders and your feet
I'll steal a hacksaw from my dad and cut the braces off your legs
and we'll bury them tonight out in the cornfield
just put a church key in your pocket we'll hop that freight train in the hall
we'll slide all the way down the drain to New Orleans in the fall
Downtown Train



Jersey Girl


Waltzin' Matilda

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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by myglaren » 31 Mar 2015, 22:32

Neil Young
After The Goldrush


Thrasher



Pocohontas


Unknown Legend


Helpless


Birds


Have to tack these on -
After The Goldrush - Prelude.


Prelude are a local (Consett) band and often play at our local arts centre.


And I remember I already posted a version of "Birds" by Sidsel Endresson & Bugge Wesseltoft.

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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by myglaren » 31 Mar 2015, 22:34

Although I generally listen to female singers and musicians (if there is a distinction), I think I could fill the jukebox with Neil Young songs - many of the best are quite long though.

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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by NewcastleFalcon » 31 Mar 2015, 23:28

dnsey wrote:Nice Clarke & Smith gear. Literally old school!
Lest we forget, here are Clarke and Smith

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and a bit of background from "Ferrograph World"

This was the centre of their empire (Wallington Surrey, also the birthplace of guitarist Jeff Beck, who was mentioned is despatches earlier in the thread)

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Post by daviemck2006 » 01 Apr 2015, 01:11

I can't seem to post them directly with my phone, so here are 3 I like.
Starship Nothings gonna stop me now

REO Speedwagon Keep on loving you

Berlin Take my breath away.

I had to get in something memorable for peugeot since there are three owned in this household[emoji4]

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Post by CitroJim » 01 Apr 2015, 04:34

daviemck2006 wrote: Berlin Take my breath away.
I always think of it as the Peugeot 405 song....

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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by myglaren » 01 Apr 2015, 07:00

Just seen that Joni Mitchell has been found unconscious and rushed to hospital :(




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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by Stickyfinger » 01 Apr 2015, 07:39

it's national Blow-Up day.....and to celebrate

99 99 Luftballons


Rette Mitch



Kirsty, god rest her

These shoes ?

Fairytale of New York

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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by Stickyfinger » 01 Apr 2015, 07:49

We need to get to some roots music-lets try some Blue Grass (Hold on Mr Dutchman !)

Greensky Bluegrass, 'Demons' :::


The Devil Makes Three, Do Wrong right

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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by NewcastleFalcon » 01 Apr 2015, 08:43

Here's Hocus Pocus, great sing along track where you just have to make a noise rising to a crescendo, no real words required. Great fun! After a few pints I'm sure the Pickled Egg regulars will get the hang of it!



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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by Stickyfinger » 01 Apr 2015, 09:07

NewcastleFalcon wrote:Here's Hocus Pocus, great sing along track where you just have to make a noise rising to a crescendo, no real words required. Great fun! After a few pints I'm sure the Pickled Egg regulars will get the hang of it!



regards Neil
I would hit the Jukebox with my exhaust (if I could get it off) when that came on .....aggggg #-o

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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by NewcastleFalcon » 01 Apr 2015, 09:38

The mark of a good juke box track....causes a stir amongst the punters! You could always follow it with a bit of greensky bluegrass to calm down again. :)

regards Neil

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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by NewcastleFalcon » 01 Apr 2015, 11:00

Might as well have some blues. Going back to the 50's for this, but the riff has been copied and covered ever since.

Willy Dixon is credited with the writing but Muddy Waters made it famous.

I'm your Hoochie Coochie Man



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Re: "The Pickled Egg"-post your top tracks for PE Jukie

Post by Stickyfinger » 01 Apr 2015, 15:50

NewcastleFalcon wrote:
NewcastleFalcon wrote:Might as well have some blues. Going back to the 50's for this, but the riff has been copied and covered ever since.

Willy Dixon is credited with the writing but Muddy Waters made it famous.

I'm your Hoochie Coochie Man



regards Neil
Much much better...

Now I have the blues
God Bless the Child.Billy at her best


Strange Fruit.....remember she had see this, gota love the South