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bonnie bella

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Here comes some more indie rock.  "Here Comes the Good Times" from A House, a band that sadly didn't really see any.  




Nirvana.




Dolly.  [cool]






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        Season 7 Week 17...Ready or Not..


                       Here comes my votes !

                   1)Them.....My brother plays a very good version of this on his Gibson guitar.always enjoyed this one.

                   2)DC5....While I like Jerry Kellers version best this track is still well done


                   3)The Beach Boys...Doesn't stand out or anything so I feel comfortable giving it the bronze treatment


                   4)The Small Faces...Its o.k but not as good as the above!

      
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Hi all,

Gold - Here Comes The Night - The Beach Boys
Silver - Here Comes Summer - The Dave Clark Five
Bronze - Here Comes The Night - Small Forces
Tin - Here Comes The Night - Them

The silver is a VERY close second to the gold.
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All rise!


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We should get going right now.

The Clash, "Should I Stay or Should I Go", 1982



The Drums, "Let's Go Surfing", 2010



Chuck Berry, "No Particular Place to Go", 1964

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Ready or not, it's Mischa Chillak.


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Thanks for the votes, Popeye, Verden & MaryNYS.
And additional videos from paul, bonnie, Al, Popeye, and Larry.

paul here's the same video, but with the actual live performance (which is pretty impressive):
Tremeloes - Here Comes My Baby


Al, here's DC5's other Everybody Knows. Yours is "Everybody Knows (I Still Love You)".


I thought this was an obvious one. "Here comes your 19th nervous breakdown":

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T, Another here comes:

Looks like the Five had some problems doing things live:

Which gets me to your Everybody Knows.  Everyone was pushing the envelope in late 66 and on into 67 and the DC5 are coming out with this mush.  They couldn't hold a candle to the Beatles although so many said that they were equals and this proves why - they weren't (and the flubbed lip-synch above on Sullivan). STILL, here is the documentary.  They were a GREAT singles band for a three year period.

Mike Smith could sure sing. 
Nothing to do with the week - but I LIKE this new Jayhawks song:

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Three from Tame Impala's spacey album Currents (2015):

"Let It Happen" (whatever happens next)



"The Moment" (especially the next one)



"Reality In Motion" (it takes at least a moment)

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My votes.

GOLD - Them.  Tipping TBB out of the cradle this week, Them make an easy win.  I never knew the band was called Them, and immediately wondered what the inspiration for the band name was.  Us??  But before starting one of those "us" and "them", or "here" and "there" arguments, I'll get back to the song in question.  Just lovely, thank you.

SILVER - TBB.  Wild Honey must be the most played album in my collection from TBB.  Mainly because I'm still working through all the albums, but also because I know when I put it on it's going to sound funky and upbeat (and even a little bit sexy [eek]).  Carl sounds amazing as usual.  He must be the second coolest guy in rock history.  Most of the other songs on this album would have been heavier contenders for Gold this week.

BRONZE - TDC5.  Yeah, fine for you guys, enjoying summer and all.  Excuse me while I just go and throw another log on the fire...  This week I have heard more Dave Clarke 5 than in my entire life.  While I enjoyed a good deal of their music (but mostly the techie stuff-up Al posted), the appropriate kiwi saying I would use in response to this particular song is "yeah nah".

TIN - The Small Faces.  I thought enough plays of this might override Dave and those other four guys, but sadly those who had tiny features never made it over the start post for me.  At times it seemed they were jumping between two separate songs.  Curious as to what the "nice" was, I googled the lyrics.  t, is this some kind of "Hang on to Your Ego" song?  Sounds like a lot of d.e.a.l.i.n.g with Mr Nice in dark damp alleyways.  I'm highly suspicious, at any rate.  


Peter Gabriel live.  




And something from Dave Dobbyn, for when you get there.


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My ballot is coming...now:

GOLD -- Them, Here Comes the Night -- A classic that hasn't quite reached the "overplayed" or "tedious" categories for me. 

SILVER -- DC5, Here Comes Summer -- Borrowed BB's plus a Fogerty-ish guitar (fitting right in for its 1970 release), yet it's refreshing for the "Glad All Over" guys. Speaking of which, loved Al F's flubbed Sullivan appearance. The beauty of live TV vs prerecorded -- they couldn't snip that out before it aired. Impressed they could continue without wearing paper bags over their heads! 

BRONZE -- BB's, Here Comes The Night -- A far cry from any outstanding BB's track, yet I could hear it 24/7/365 as opposed to that dorky disco version. My ears need a drink of Ipecac syrup after THAT toxin). 

TIN -- Small Faces, Here Comes the Nice -- Meh, didn't do a thing for me. Lame. Their "nice" kinda fits with George Carlin's opinion, starting at 1:49 here:



Now, t bedford, as for "what's next" type of songs, I guess the "and then?...and then?..." in this Coasters classic fits the bill:




Carl & the Boys sum it up in this rockin' 1970 jam:




Larry already supplied the original, so for convenience, here's BW's take (I really dig both versions): 




and finally, a more recent "timely" BW tune:




Thanks for comin', tee-bee!
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What happens next could be good or bad.

Irma Thomas, "Time Is On My Side", 1964 (Fun fact: It wasn't written by the Stones. Also, she recorded it before them)



The Rolling Stones, "No Expectations", Beggars Banquet, 1968



Bryan Ferry, "A Hard Rain's A-Gonna Fall", These Foolish Things, 1973

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Another What's Going To Happen Next song (with non-automotive lyrics) from that same Bryan Ferry album (which I used to listen to a lot and recommend): 

"Don't Worry Baby"

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In this Here Comes theme, look forward, turn that page (I REALLY like this version).  Mr. Seger:

Larry, I LOVE, love love - No Expectations and Time Is On My Side (thought that it was a Stones song all the way). 

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Al -- That really surprised me too. It sure sounds like something they wrote.


A scene from "Kiss Me Kate" (1953) featuring Cole Porter's "From This Moment On" -- the best part is the dance sequence with Bob Fosse and Carol Haney starting at 2:15. Hermes Pan was credited with the movie's choreography, but it's obvious that Fosse choreographed that part.



PS -- Ok, I grant you the men's costumes are ridiculous and the set is weird, but it was the 1950s!
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