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jandjhill0000
Posted: Tuesday, July 17, 2018 6:02:29 PM
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ianandhelena wrote:
c0kebloke wrote:
Would it be Tony Palmer?
Said to be the first person to film Hendrix playing live & directed Rory’s Irish Tour ’74.

Good guess but not what I want.



C'mon Coke this sleeper needs awakening. (Or a clue that works....)
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After my last stab in the dark I’m lost.
When the trail goes cold people lose interest …better hints or better still more regular hints(every couple of weeks) would keep the ball rolling.


They got the cocaine, oxycontin, mushrooms, marijuana
Vodka, plastic pop-off, twist one off
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ianandhelena
Posted: Monday, July 23, 2018 1:25:55 PM
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The map references were Ballyshannon and Seattle.

I think people got as far as Rory Gallagher and Jimi Hendrix before the guesses dried up.

Jimi's bass player in the Experience was Noel Redding.

Prior to joining the Experience Noel was in a few local bands around the Folkestone/Hythe area, notably The Burnettes and The Loving Kind. Also in these two bands was Jim Leverton playing bass.

In 1994 Jim Leverton joined the final incarnation of Rory's band playing keyboards.
jandjhill0000
Posted: Monday, July 23, 2018 6:42:02 PM
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There lies the answer. Well done.

Another question from the victors....
ianandhelena
Posted: Tuesday, July 24, 2018 9:54:17 AM
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Ok. Staying with Noel Redding: what is the connection between Noel and the Sunbury Pop Festival?
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Was it that Redding played in a band with Randy California of the band Spirit who were on the '73 line-up?
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jandjhill0000 wrote:
Was it that Redding played in a band with Randy California of the band Spirit who were on the '73 line-up?

Close enough-Noel played on 3 tracks of Randy’s 1972 album Kaptain Kopter and the Fabulous Twirlybirds-he was never in the band-and Randy was a fairly constant member of Spirit, although not at the time of Sunbury ‘73.
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What was the first song broadcast by an astronaut from our biggest satellite ?
And I wont hang around 3 months for a reply





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A space oddity?
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No, no, no
Major Tom differently was not NASA approved


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Stroppy Old Git?
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Heartbreak Hotel?
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Stroppy Old Git? was that the Alf Garrnet version?
Heartbreak Hotel
Sorry neither effort releases the skyrockets



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reader57
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Jingle Bells was the first song from space however Fly Me to the Moon was the first song played from our largest satellite (the moon) by the Apollo 11 crew.
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reader57
Posted: Monday, October 01, 2018 4:00:52 PM
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Thanks for that!

Not knowing the rules, I am unsure how to word this.

This song was recorded during 1970 and 1971. While it was released in 1971, it took until 1985 before it reached the single charts achieving #89 on the US Billboard Charts. As of the year 2000, it has been broadcast on radio over three million times. (reportedly)

Name the song!

greybeard
Posted: Wednesday, October 03, 2018 8:02:29 AM

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Reached #89 in 1985, not too prominent, a very slow simmer
Please advise if it is one of these


https://www.songfacts.com/browse/years/1971



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reader57
Posted: Wednesday, October 03, 2018 8:44:46 AM
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Yes! It is on that list.
reader57
Posted: Thursday, October 11, 2018 8:06:07 AM
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The first public performance of this song was in March,1971.

A band member claims the crowd was not impressed!! They wanted to hear something they knew. (Strange how some things don't change)
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