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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby The Modernist » 01 Jan 2018, 17:59

fange wrote:
The Modernist wrote:Are you going to do one John?
I'm going to do another in a few days.

Remember, i already did 'Whole Lotta Rosie', G.


That's okay, I can always do TNT.

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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby Darkness_Fish » 01 Jan 2018, 19:01

Trying to think of something else to write about, myself. Needs to be a song I love, which won't just get "eh?" "fookin' rubbish".
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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby PENK » 01 Jan 2018, 19:23

I'm going to do one at some point. No sense in just spewing them all out now, though, is there? Better to do a couple a week so as to let every thread get the attention and time it needs. Especially at this time of year - I've never really been online for more than 10-15 minutes so not looked so much at the existing threads.
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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby fange » 02 Jan 2018, 00:17

The Modernist wrote:
fange wrote:
The Modernist wrote:Are you going to do one John?
I'm going to do another in a few days.

Remember, i already did 'Whole Lotta Rosie', G.


That's okay, I can always do TNT.

Ah. perfect.
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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby pcqgod » 04 Jan 2018, 19:57

1. G -I am the Black Gold of the Sun
Everybody's Got Something to Hide, Except Me and my Monkey.
2. K-Tel
3. Goat Boy - Pretty Thing or Curator Of Butterflies by Big Big Train
4. K - P-Funk (Wants to get funked up)
5. JC - Contact / Worried Worried / Neurotic Reaction
6. Fish (Dark) - New Order's Temptation
7. Penk - Smear Truss (Yorick's Cock)
8. fange
9. tmm
10. Oscar - Maybe something from Lodger... or Shake Some Action by The Flamin' Groovies... who knows?
11. Hatz - "Train of Love" or "Faithful Departed" or something else entirely.
12. Osgood - Kinks' You Can't Stop the Music or something completely different
13. Bent Fabric
14. Copehead - Atmosphere or Upside Down, or perhaps both, confused as yet
15. Gash - Egyptian Tomb[/quote]
16. Rayge - the sort of US late 50s and 60s singles I like depending on how I feel at the time (nominations accepted): Jan & Dean, Everlys, Spector, Leiber-Stoller, girl groups, early (real ;) ) soul; album tracks by Love, Country Joe and the Fish and the Airplane, early Motown. I thought of a couple of dozen while I was writing that
17. Hipster Dawg - Dawg-related singles: first up How Much is that Doggie? by Baby Jane and the Rockabyes. Later, Old Tige
18. Dead Doris - up to the mid-50s, Frenesi, My Prayer, Jo Stafford's You Belong to Me, Ravens' White Christmas. And of course death records, Dead Man's Curve, I Can Never Go Home Any More, Last Kiss and worse.
19. Twang
20. Griff - [placeholder]
21. pcqgod - "Rock and Roll Band" by Boston
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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby toomanyhatz » 04 Jan 2018, 20:37

1. G -I am the Black Gold of the Sun DONE
Everybody's Got Something to Hide, Except Me and my Monkey.
2. K-Tel
3. Goat Boy - Pretty Thing or Curator Of Butterflies by Big Big Train
4. K - P-Funk (Wants to get funked up)
5. JC - Contact /
Worried Worried /
Neurotic Reaction DONE
6. Fish (Dark) - New Order's Temptation
7. Penk - Smear Truss (Yorick's Cock)
8. fange
9. tmm
10. Oscar - Maybe something from Lodger... or Shake Some Action by The Flamin' Groovies... who knows?
11. Hatz - "Train of Love"
or "Faithful Departed" DONE
or something else entirely.
12. Osgood - Kinks' You Can't Stop the Music DONE
or something completely different
13. Bent Fabric DONE
14. Copehead - Atmosphere or Upside Down, or perhaps both, confused as yet
15. Gash - Egyptian Tomb[/quote]
16. Rayge - the sort of US late 50s and 60s singles I like depending on how I feel at the time (nominations accepted): Jan & Dean, Everlys, Spector, Leiber-Stoller, girl groups, early (real ;) ) soul; album tracks by Love, Country Joe and the Fish and the Airplane, early Motown. I thought of a couple of dozen while I was writing that
17. Hipster Dawg - Dawg-related singles: first up How Much is that Doggie? by Baby Jane and the Rockabyes. Later, Old Tige
18. Dead Doris - up to the mid-50s, Frenesi, My Prayer, Jo Stafford's You Belong to Me, Ravens' White Christmas. And of course death records, Dead Man's Curve, I Can Never Go Home Any More, Last Kiss and worse.
19. Twang
20. Griff - [placeholder]
21. pcqgod - "Rock and Roll Band" by Boston
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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby The Modernist » 04 Jan 2018, 22:58

There's a lot of good writers who haven't signed up for this. I'd like to read pieces from Minnie, Baron, Quaco, Right Profile, Bobzilla, Rank Bajin amongst others..I'd pm them to see if they're interested.

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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby Rayge » 10 Jan 2018, 21:24

The Modernist wrote:There's a lot of good writers who haven't signed up for this. I'd like to read pieces from Minnie, Baron, Quaco, Right Profile, Bobzilla, Rank Bajin amongst others..I'd pm them to see if they're interested.

good idea
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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby fange » 15 Jan 2018, 07:24

So, who's doing the next one?
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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby the masked man » 15 Jan 2018, 08:15

I plan to write my piece tonight. You have been warned.

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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby pcqgod » 15 Jan 2018, 16:34

I'll do mine this week.
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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby Earl E. Eel » 01 Mar 2018, 21:45

Riiiiight
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I've got more Disky product

a label like Dutch Disky

One comp to avoid, though, is Disky's "Best of the 70's"

Normally, Disky are clever at repackaging

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Re: The BCB 100 - the songs

Postby Earl E. Eel » 02 Apr 2018, 20:18

BUMP
GoogaMooga wrote:you have to look to the Dutch licensee, Disky

I've got more Disky product

a label like Dutch Disky

One comp to avoid, though, is Disky's "Best of the 70's"

Normally, Disky are clever at repackaging

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Re: LAZY, APATHETIC, LIFELESS PIECES OF SHIT

Postby bobzilla77 » 03 Apr 2018, 23:24

Whatever, if I wanted an assignment I'd get another job.
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Re: LAZY, APATHETIC, LIFELESS PIECES OF SHIT

Postby LeBaron » 03 Apr 2018, 23:37

bobzilla77 wrote:Whatever, if I wanted an assignment I'd get another job.


Quite. I barely have time to READ BCB. Get fucked.
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Re: LAZY, APATHETIC, LIFELESS PIECES OF SHIT

Postby Earl E. Eel » 03 Apr 2018, 23:42

And did you sign up for this?
GoogaMooga wrote:you have to look to the Dutch licensee, Disky

I've got more Disky product

a label like Dutch Disky

One comp to avoid, though, is Disky's "Best of the 70's"

Normally, Disky are clever at repackaging

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Re: LAZY, APATHETIC, LIFELESS PIECES OF SHIT

Postby Dayodead » 03 Apr 2018, 23:54

"LAZY, APATHETIC, LIFELESS PIECES OF SHIT"....Sweet talk will get 'em every time... :D :D

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Re: LAZY, APATHETIC, LIFELESS PIECES OF SHIT

Postby bobzilla77 » 04 Apr 2018, 00:32

Weston Drury, Jnr. wrote:And did you sign up for this?


If I did, that was fucking dumb of me. Cross me off your list!
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Re: LAZY, APATHETIC, LIFELESS PIECES OF SHIT

Postby LeBaron » 04 Apr 2018, 04:45

Weston Drury, Jnr. wrote:And did you sign up for this?


Ha! No way in hell I signed up for shit!

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Quaco wrote:Are you fucking high?

take5_d_shorterer wrote:If John Bonham simply didn't listen to enough Tommy Johnson or Blind Willie Mctell, that's his doing.