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Lee Marshall

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One...3 Dog Night
2 Outa 3 Ain't Bad...Meatloaf
4 Strong Winds...Ian and Sylvia
5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 Years of Love...Presidents
6 Man Band...Association
7 Rooms of Gloom...4 Tops
8 Miles High...Byrds
9 to 5...Dolly Parton
10 Little Indians...Beach Boys...Yardbirds
11th Hour Medley...Al Hibbler
12:30-Young Girls are Coming to the Canyon...Mamas and Papas
13 Questions...Sea Train
1492...Betty Johnson
15 Years Ago...Conway Twitty
16 Tons...I prefer the Platters version.
17...Frankie Ford
18 With a Bullet...Peter Winfield
Hey 19...Steely Dan
20 Miles...Chubby Checker
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blink-182 (not that one), "21" (this one), Buddha, 1998

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Impressive continuous numerical sequencing, Lee!
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Al, welcome in!  I was wondering when you'd turn up!  Band name is fine.

Larry and kds, I had both "8 Miles High" and some George Harrison lined up.  I also had "When I'm 64", which I'm surprised hasn't turned up yet.

Lee, I was wondering where your number three was, and then I saw it was part of one and two.  A quality line up of songs too, I'm very impressed!  Not much in the way of the number 14 out there, it must not be a very romantic number.

t,  "88 lines about 44 Women" was fascinating.  I'd never heard it before. 

So many songs, keep em coming!  And remember...


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Darren J. Ray

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18 With a Bullet...Peter Winfield


A hit in 1975 and his only charting single, this is the same Pete Wingfield who was later keyboards player with The Everly Brothers, starting with their reunion concert at the Albert Hall in 1983. 

I met him after a show with them in June, 1998. 

I told him my band play a terrific song he co-wrote called 'More Than I Can Handle', and people think it's one of our originals. 

He laughed and declared, "You can have it!".



Side note: Unfortunately, he also produced The Proclaimers hits 'I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)' and 'I'm On My Way', and their album Sunshine on Leith.

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Larry Franz

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More than the number two to recommend it:

Grizzly Bear, "Two Weeks", Veckatimest, 2009

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Lisa G/TS

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GOLD -- BW, One Kind Of Love -- A classic in the not-so-distant future. It seems to be growing on fans already.

SILVER -- White Stripes, Seven Nation Army -- A hip groove...and I'm not suffering from motion sickness after going thru the trippy perpetual tunnel of a video. (Refers to first wife as his "sister" ?!?  Eewww....just plain eewww!)  [crazy]   

BRONZE -- 10 cc, I'm Mandy Fly Me -- Might be a little meandering but nice prog rock, deserving to inch ahead of...

TIN -- "Moron 5", Sunday Morning -- Oh, you speak my language on this one, Lee! [thumb] Sorry, bonnie. For me, Adam is a little too smug, struts around like his --uh --- "number two" don't stink, if you catch my drift. Hmm..speaking of which...




Now, with Larry's "Two Weeks", the next number could be either 3 or 15. 

Here's a 3 for Lee:



...and a whack of teens:







Thanks for another clever week, bonnie! 


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I'll top off the teens with two annoyances:






I distinctly remember this (rolling eyes) everywhere - especially the music video shows - in the 80s:




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Well thanks for the votes Lisa.  I am absolutely, positively sure that it doesn't, by the way.  [angel]  Although, I must admit, he might strut better than he can sing.  Ringo Star is the standout here for me, love that song.  


The pre-emo-but-building early 2000's




Dead Next Door, with an interestingly good song, "Twenty Seven".









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Taking it back to "One" this morning

The Darkness with One Way Ticket to Hell......And Back

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Here's two featuring two:




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Eddie Cochran, "Three Steps to Heaven", 1960



By the way, speaking of heaven, my use of infinity as a number is questionable. After the person in this video shows how you can't create more chocolate by cutting a chocolate bar in pieces, he talks about infinity, beginning at 2:07.

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Not sure if this is the master of the hit but it's sure a masterful clip. Thinking of using it for my next bbbbbattle.





(a Silver in Season I; a Silver in Season V, 3rd in Silver Play-Off)


Great song...



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Here's my order:

1: Brian

2. 10 CC

3. Maroon 5

4. White Stripes

plus for your listening pleasure [smile]

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