Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Tuesday Tunes: Week 29

From Music Memoirs, Word Association Week! Name the first band/artist/song/album/instrument etc. that comes to mind when you see these words.

Drum: Different Drum by The Stone Poneys feat. Linda Ronstadt

River: River of Dreams by Billy Joel

Sea of Love by Phil Phillips

Remember (Walkin' In the Sand) by the Shangri-Las

Around the World by Lisa Stansfield

Time In a Bottle by Jim Croce

Oh Sherrie by Steve Perry

One by Three Dog Night

(Theme from) The Monkees

Magic by Olivia Newton- John


Natsthename said...

I picked "One," but the Harry Nilsson one!

ANd I LOVE that Stone Poney photo. I've never seen it before!! Coolness!

Melli said...

Oh my gosh! I had forgotten ALL about 3 Dog Night! The Monkees? What EVER brought that to your mind? Word associations always amaze me!

Polly said...

Matched on a couple! Good choices!

pjazzypar said...

Drum: Funky Drummer - James Brown

River: River Deep, Mountain High - The Supremes and The Four Tops

Sea: Too Many Fish in the Sea - The Marvelettes

Sand: Castle in the Sand - Little Stevie Wonder

Travel: Travelin Light - Queen Latifah

Time: Time Passages - Al Stewart

Journey: Up, Up, and Away - Fifth Dimension

Number: Call Me (I Got Your Number) Tina Marie, feat. Rick James

Theme: Love Theme - Barry White and the Love Unlimited Orchestra

Magic: Do You Believe in Magic - Lovin Spoonful

Simply Shannon said...

LOL Now I have the Monkees theme song stuck in my head!

Great Tuesday Tunes list!

The Gal Herself said...

Just as mine this week was Ringo-centric, yours is Nesmith-centric, isn't it? I bet he makes more today much off of "Different Drum" than he does from Liquid Paper. (With computers, does anyone use that anymore?)

And yes, I humbly acknowledge that you beat me on this one. (Bowing.)

Bitter Betty said...

LOVED your answers!!
Hey, Hey we're the Monkee's..People say we monkey around..

Michael said...

Great list, very original!

The Mistress of the Dark said...

I love the Olivia Newton John track. Xanadu! One of my favorite cheesy movies ever :)

Malcolm said...

Natsthename: I had never seen that Stone Poneys photo until I found it on Google Images. I find some really cool pics that way.

Melli: In answer to your question as to why I chose The Monkees for the word "theme", it's because the name of their theme song is "(Theme from) The Monkees".

Polly: Thank you. I noticed that we shared a couple of answers.

Pjazzy: "Too Many Fish In the Sea" is one of my favorite Marvelettes's tunes. It's a shame they are not in the RRHOF.

Simply Shannon: Lucky for you that I didn't pick Barney the Dinosaur for any of my answers, lol. If that theme song ever gets stuck in one's head, I hope they have a sharp/blunt instrument nearby.

The Gal Herself: That's an interesting question you posed about the use of Liquid Paper today. I don't know about others, but I still use it. I write out my radio show playlists in ink and I use Liquid Paper when I make a mistake.

Oh and by the way, I plan on getting to your T13 for this week before you get to mine. :-)

Bitter Betty: The Monkees' theme is one of my all-time faves.

Michael: Thank you.

The Mistress of the D: I finally saw "Xanadu" for the first time earlier this year. That movie is just covered in Velveeta.

Linda said...

I saw "Sea of Love" and had to look at this post. That has been my all time favorite song. I never saw a picture of Phil Phillips. Wonder what's he's doing now.

Malcolm said...

Linda: Thanks so much for commenting. After checking Wikipedia, I found that Phil Phillips is alive and well and living in Louisiana. He even has his own MySpace page. Here is the link:


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