Daves Response to Kelly

On January 15, 2010, in Favorite Music, by admin

From Dave on Kelly’s Top 10…the post is below all that related website stuff…so read down.  We will be putting more updates from Haiti in here as well……PLEASE DONATE. THEY NEED THE HELP!

My response:
 
1) I am the eggman, they are the eggmen, I am the Walrus…..What can I say, great minds think alike….goo-goo-ga-joob
2) Goin down to the crossroads with my bottle on my side…Good choice, brought the real blues back to the attention of americans who had either forgotten them or never knew them
3)Nah-nah-nah, nah-nah-nah-nah, hey-hey-hey, good bye….Very interesting choice. Influential, but only had what 4-5 hits?
4) I just want to celebrate another day of living…..I LOVED this group in high school. Great stuff. Should get played a LOT more on “classic” rock stations than it currently does.
5)One is loneliest number… (I refuse to dicsuss that bullfrog fella)…Actually my favorite of theirs was one of their lesser known hits called, “Pieces of April”.  Great song, They had many hits.  Norm was a big fan of “Out in the Country” . He used to be able to play it, before he became a rich and famous professor/published author and bon vivant-around-town.
6) Inna-gadda-da-vida, baby…..Wow–what an interesting choice.  EVERY garage band had to do “Innagada….” I actually had both of their albums and they were’nt bad.  Since Gene Krupa or Buddy Rich in the Big Band Era, no group had more impact on drum solos… not even my hero, Bun E Carlos (my long lost twin–but I digress)
7)Well, she got her daddy’s car and she’s cruisin to the hamburger stand now…..As I mentioned in my comments on Marty’s list. I understand how folks would include them, they were just not for me.
8)Well c’mon all of you big, stong men, Uncle Sam needs your help again, He’s got himself in a terrible jam, a way down yonder in Afghanistan– wait, that’s not right, is it? Or is it?……wow, this one really surprised me…..I dont get it, but there you go….
9)The finest years I ever knew, where all the years I had with you….Good choice, not surprising.
10)And when I die, there’ll be one child born, in the world to carry on, carry on……Another surprising choice. Had some good stuff. I was more of a Chicago fan, rather than the blues oriented BST, but had some good stuff.
 
Kelly, as always, you are an interesting unit.  Some different choices there…..

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