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Shonna, here at Dewey's Record party YOU, the listening public are completely in charge. Here's cookin' with you, kid!

This Is Radio Clash!
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Fame...

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For Shonna-
The Thin White Duke


Until tommorrow...

"Praise You" Fatboy Slim


"Weapon Of Choice" Fatboy Slim Starring Christopher Walken
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Shonna:

David Bowie with a live version of "Fame"


Since John Lennon helped some on "Fame" I'll throw in "Instant Karma"


"We all shine on."
Chris

"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana."
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Can't very well leave the others out.

Ringo: "It Don't Come Easy."


George: "When We Was Fab."


Paul: "Mary Had A Little Lamb."


Who else could have turned (or been crazy enough to try)a nursery rhyme into a major hit?
Chris

"Time flies like an arrow, fruit flies like a banana."
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Chris, thanks for yankin' all those goodies out of the goodie bag for everyone here at the Record Party! Now let's stir up a little trouble with some 60s psychedelic garage gurus...

Electric Prunes "I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night"


Count Five "Psychotic Reaction"


13th Floor Elevators "You're Gonna Miss Me"


The Seeds "Pushin' Too Hard"


Music Machine "Talk Talk"
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Hey Kids!

Your funky Uncle Klondike here with a quick jot of turntable/movie trivia:

Chris just spun a quasi-hip Ringo Starr single for us, from his solo album "Goodnight Vienna" . . . but who here at Dewey's Hideaway recalls which classic movie Ringo spoofed for the original LP sleeve?

:?
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Uncle Klondike asked: "who here at Dewey's Hideaway recalls which classic movie Ringo spoofed for the original LP sleeve?"

Could it be THE DAY THE EARTH STOOD STILL, Uncle K?

Here's another little taste of the Ring Man...


Klaatu barada nikto + ringo = Ooh-poo-pah-doo ("Take Me To Your Leader, Daddy-O")
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Thanks, Dewey, Ben and Movieman for rockin out-
keep the jams coming!! 8)
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Ring, ring goes the bell! That's right, gang, another Friday morning is upon us. I can't speak for any of you out there in Oasis Land, but all of us here at the Record Party have been lookin' forward to today since, well, Monday...

The Easybeats "Friday On My Mind"


Georgie Fame & the Blue Flames "Yeh Yeh" (I mention MOVIES, but she don't seem to dig that! WAH!)


The Animals (with Eric Burdon) "Club A Go Go"


Them (with Van Morrison) "Mystic Eyes"


The Moody Blues "Go Now"


Small Faces "Itchycoo Park"
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klondike wrote:Hey Kids!

Your funky Uncle Klondike here with a quick jot of turntable/movie trivia:

Chris just spun a quasi-hip Ringo Starr single for us, from his solo album "Goodnight Vienna" . . . but who here at Dewey's Hideaway recalls which classic movie Ringo spoofed for the original LP sleeve?

:?
'Twas "The Day THe Earth Stood Still." I bought it new in 1974, on an
8-Track.

(Completely missed the fact that Dewey already answered it. Sorry.)
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Howzabout the Record Party kickin' back with a little 80s retro ear-wax?

Naked Eyes "Always Something There To Remind Me"


Kajagoogoo "Too Shy"


Tears For Fears "Everybody Wants To Rule The World"
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movieman1957 wrote:
klondike wrote:Hey Kids!

Your funky Uncle Klondike here with a quick jot of turntable/movie trivia:

Chris just spun a quasi-hip Ringo Starr single for us, from his solo album "Goodnight Vienna" . . . but who here at Dewey's Hideaway recalls which classic movie Ringo spoofed for the original LP sleeve?

:?
'Twas "The Day THe Earth Stood Still." I bought it new in 1974, on an
8-Track.
Obviously, Chris, this ain't your "first rodeo" or DJ Dewey's, either!
So I guess I ain't nearly as clever as I think I am; thanks for agreeing with the Missus, she's preferred to be right about that on a daily basis for nearly 3 decades now.
:?
Next time I'm tempted to throw out a trivia challenge anywhere, I'll post it in Gaelic!
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Post by Shonna »

What a GREAT way to start the week-end, Dewey!!!!
"Tears for Fears"!!!!!!!!! LOVE IT!!!! :D
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Here's a little reminder to keep your toasters plugged in...cuz things are heating up at the Record Party!

Blondie "Heart of Glass"
www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUG0GjdoGHE

Romeo Void "Never Say Never"
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TGIF!!

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Solid Gold 1979 They just don't make 'em like this anymore...

Sister Sledge "We Are Family"
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