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Rock 'n' Roll Arithmetic

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  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,694Member Member Posts: 3,694Member Member
    This is a little cryptic. If no one tumbles what it is, I can give some clues.

    JD + JT / HT2 = [artists/title]
  • DifferentViewDifferentView Posts: 15,169Member Member Posts: 15,169Member Member
    J.D. Souther and James Taylor-Her Town Too
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 2,675Member Member Posts: 2,675Member Member
    Wow. I had absolutely NO idea.
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,694Member Member Posts: 3,694Member Member
    J.D. Souther and James Taylor-Her Town Too

    Correct.
    edited October 7
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,694Member Member Posts: 3,694Member Member
    Wow. I had absolutely NO idea.

    I think maybe @DifferentView and I have the same view on music. :smile:
  • DifferentViewDifferentView Posts: 15,169Member Member Posts: 15,169Member Member
    Could be :) Now I have to think of a new one....... :'(
    edited October 7
  • DifferentViewDifferentView Posts: 15,169Member Member Posts: 15,169Member Member
    Garret Me Vida- Appreciative Morte=Song/artist
  • Mustang_SusieMustang_Susie Posts: 6,868Member Member Posts: 6,868Member Member
    Grateful Dead
    Song has me completely befuddled
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 2,675Member Member Posts: 2,675Member Member
    Vida means life or live
  • DifferentViewDifferentView Posts: 15,169Member Member Posts: 15,169Member Member
    You are both correct, so far. Life, in this case.
  • DifferentViewDifferentView Posts: 15,169Member Member Posts: 15,169Member Member
    Attic of my Life-The Grateful Dead.

    Who wants to give us one?
  • RunTimerRunTimer Posts: 9,136Member Member Posts: 9,136Member Member
    I see my opening... :D

    3-way mash-up
    (see spoiler for definition). I'll provide the 3 artists (in order) and you have to provide the 3 connecting songs.
    Definition:
    Mashup: MA` sh * up: (n)
    The would-be song if two artists mashed their titles together
    Example:
    Artist: George Gerswin and Elvis =
    Song: I can't give you anything but LOVE Me tender

    1. Exposė
    2. Phil Collins
    3. the BeeGees

  • DifferentViewDifferentView Posts: 15,169Member Member Posts: 15,169Member Member
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,694Member Member Posts: 3,694Member Member
    1. Exposė -- Let Me Be The One
    2. Phil Collins -- One More Night
    3. Bee Gees - Night Fever or Nights On Broadway
  • RunTimerRunTimer Posts: 9,136Member Member Posts: 9,136Member Member
    deckerp wrote: »
    1. Exposė -- Let Me Be The One
    2. Phil Collins -- One More Night
    3. Bee Gees - Night Fever

    CORRECT!
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,694Member Member Posts: 3,694Member Member
    3-way mash-up (see spoiler for definition). I'll provide the 3 artists (in order) and you have to provide the 3 connecting songs.
    Definition:
    Mashup: MA` sh * up: (n)
    The would-be song if two artists mashed their titles together
    Example:
    Artist: George Gerswin and Elvis =
    Song: I can't give you anything but LOVE Me tender

    1. Glen Campbell
    2. England Dan and John Ford Coley
    3. Paula Abdul

    Pretty diverse group there huh?
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,694Member Member Posts: 3,694Member Member
    Poke poke....

    Clues needed?

    These might be about the biggest songs each of the artists had. Pop songs anyway. Not sure how big some of Glen Campbell's country hits were. His was a big hit on both country and pop charts.
  • corinasue1143corinasue1143 Posts: 2,675Member Member Posts: 2,675Member Member
    Tried to:google it, still no answer. Not my kind of music.
  • Mustang_SusieMustang_Susie Posts: 6,868Member Member Posts: 6,868Member Member
    Used “Google Assist” to jog my memory for #1

    1.
    Southern Nights
    2. Nights are forever
    3. Forever your girl
  • deckerpdeckerp Posts: 3,694Member Member Posts: 3,694Member Member
    Correct @Mustang_Susie

    I bet @corinasue1143 knows all those songs, right?
    edited October 15
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