Rock 'n' Roll Arithmetic

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  • deckerp
    deckerp Posts: 4,365 Member
    @cmsienk Doing a little research to jog the brain is just fine. Struggle with it for a few hours or a day and then resort to some research. That's what I do anyway.

    Good song though eh?

    Give us a new one.
  • kcdambuster
    kcdambuster Posts: 217 Member
    LA bus stop or Broadway - Out Of Our Heads
  • deckerp
    deckerp Posts: 4,365 Member
    @kcdambuster I'm struggling to find something. Is the bust stop referring to the band and the heads part a song?
  • kcdambuster
    kcdambuster Posts: 217 Member
    Hi deckerp, great you guys have kept this running so long. Subject of song is reflecting on his location. + Album name.
  • deckerp
    deckerp Posts: 4,365 Member
    @kcdambuster Could you give us another clue for the same song?

    My favorite decade is the 70s, but I listen to lots from 80s and some for 60s too. If it isn't in there somewhere I might not know it.
  • kcdambuster
    kcdambuster Posts: 217 Member
    It's maybe a bit obscure. 1960's Stones album. Out of our heads. Catchy little riff having a dig at one of the record label guys.
  • deckerp
    deckerp Posts: 4,365 Member
    I'm not a huge Stones fan, but that was a pretty big album wasn't it?

    Is it "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"?
  • kcdambuster
    kcdambuster Posts: 217 Member
    "The Under Assistant West Coast Promo Man"
    I'll bow out again. ;-)
  • deckerp
    deckerp Posts: 4,365 Member
    Same song title, different song.

    Styx + Kenny Rogers = [song]
  • deckerp
    deckerp Posts: 4,365 Member
    Same song title, different song.

    Styx + Kenny Rogers = [song]

    I guess everyone is super busy.

    Also "Dude Looks Like A ____".
  • deckerp
    deckerp Posts: 4,365 Member
    Happy Thanksgiving everyone!

    November 23, 1889: First jukebox plays

    The jukebox debuts in a San Francisco saloon

    The Palais Royale Saloon rolls out a device that will be an overnight success and will eventually drum player pianos out of drinking establishments: the jukebox. This initial version, a nickel-and-slot player, is a phonograph with stethoscope-like tubes.

    The first jukebox was invented by Louis Glass and William S. Arnold in 1889, in San Francisco. They called it the “nickel-in-the-slot phonograph” and installed it at the Palais Royale Saloon. It was an Edison Class M electric phonograph with four listening tubes and a coin-operated device. It was a huge hit and soon spread across the world.
  • Jacbrush0527
    Jacbrush0527 Posts: 8 Member
    edited November 2023
    Aerosmith and sleep
  • deckerp
    deckerp Posts: 4,365 Member
    Dream Weaver?
  • Corina1143
    Corina1143 Posts: 2,580 Member
    I vote yes.
  • deckerp
    deckerp Posts: 4,365 Member
    The Eagles + Marathon = [song]
  • Watching_The_Wheels
    Watching_The_Wheels Posts: 4,567 Member
    Band on the Run - Paul McCartney and Wings?
  • deckerp
    deckerp Posts: 4,365 Member
    @Watching_The_Wheels I'm not sure what you might be looking for with your equation. Song or album or what?

    Normally you would answer the previous one and then pose your own.
    Do you have a guess for the one I posted?

    The Eagles + Marathon = [song]
  • Watching_The_Wheels
    Watching_The_Wheels Posts: 4,567 Member
    @deckerp - yes, I thought the answer to your equation was Band on the Run. Eagles (Band) + Marathon (on the run)…
  • deckerp
    deckerp Posts: 4,365 Member
    @Watching_The_Wheels Oh, sorry. I misunderstood.

    No, I was looking for a song by the Eagles with the clue "marathon".