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Re: Earworms
« Reply #15 on: Monday, November 9 2009 05:25PM GMT-1 »
The Unthanks' Testimony of Patience Kershaw.
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Re: Earworms
« Reply #16 on: Tuesday, November 10 2009 10:50AM GMT-1 »
Ze Bat in Ze Jam.. I don't need to translate I don't think  :D It's a really nice tunee!

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« Reply #17 on: Tuesday, November 10 2009 11:49AM GMT-1 »
Lenny Valentino by the Auteurs. I think I've got it on 10" vinyl upstairs, but hadn't heard it for years until Radcliffe and Maconie played it last night, and now it's stuck in my head.
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Re: Earworms
« Reply #18 on: Tuesday, November 10 2009 01:00PM GMT-1 »
Rusty Gully. I was listening to some S&B on my way home from work last night, and discovered that they have recorded a version of it - it's one of their 3/2 hornpipe sets  ::) I swear these tunes just subtly creep into my brain, and then just erupt through the box one day when I happen to see the music for them!
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« Reply #19 on: Tuesday, November 10 2009 01:21PM GMT-1 »
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then just erupt through the box

Doesn't that make a nasty mess of the bellows!!!

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Re: Earworms
« Reply #20 on: Tuesday, November 10 2009 02:01PM GMT-1 »
Rusty Gully. I was listening to some S&B on my way home from work last night, and discovered that they have recorded a version of it - it's one of their 3/2 hornpipe sets  ::) I swear these tunes just subtly creep into my brain, and then just erupt through the box one day when I happen to see the music for them!

I had that tune in my head the other day, it's a cracker ;D

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Re: Earworms
« Reply #21 on: Tuesday, November 10 2009 02:09PM GMT-1 »
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then just erupt through the box

Doesn't that make a nasty mess of the bellows!!!

Brian

It does, and to match, my fingers make a nasty mess of the tune  :laugh:
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Re: Earworms
« Reply #22 on: Tuesday, November 10 2009 04:26PM GMT-1 »
Shakira - Lycanthorpy.....it just gets stuck in my head every time it comes on the radio
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Re: Earworms
« Reply #23 on: Friday, November 13 2009 12:37AM GMT-1 »
PBS6, which is good since I need to write my review... earlier I had Thomas the Tank Engine...
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Re: Earworms
« Reply #24 on: Friday, November 13 2009 01:41AM GMT-1 »
When by Shania Twain... just rediscovered Come On Over!

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Re: Earworms
« Reply #25 on: Friday, November 13 2009 01:47AM GMT-1 »
Karine Polwart's "Follow the Heron", probably because Karen and I sang it at the folk club earlier. Gorgeous song!
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Re: Earworms
« Reply #26 on: Saturday, November 14 2009 01:41AM GMT-1 »
Innocent When You Dream - tonight's encore.  Lovely!
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Re: Earworms
« Reply #27 on: Sunday, November 15 2009 09:33PM GMT-1 »
Old Tom of Oxford, courtesy of Simon Care...
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Re: Earworms
« Reply #28 on: Sunday, November 15 2009 11:49PM GMT-1 »
'You Don't Have to Say You Love Me' as sung by John Barrowman...
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Re: Earworms
« Reply #29 on: Sunday, November 15 2009 11:50PM GMT-1 »
Nice melodeon dancing ;-)
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