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I remember those half speed masters. Never had one though.Trivia question what band name or names did Boston use b4 Boston

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27 minutes ago, Shay said:

Trivia question what band name or names did Boston use b4 Boston

Without cheating I do have to say I don't recall.  I guess the data bank does get clogged sometimes! 

 

Thanks for the explanation of Half Speed Master Cyndee.  $20 was pricey back then.  

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I do know the City of Boston was called Tremontaine before being changed.  There is a major street named Tremont now that runs along Boston Common (city park).

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Boston was Mother's Milk and Middle Earth are the two I remember.

 

Like Chicago was Chicago Transit Authority and before that The Next Big Thing.

 

Blue Oyster Cult originally used Soft White Underbelly

 

And I don't even want to tell you what Kiss considered using....oy...

 

2 other interesting things are what the names Steely Dan and 10cc actually mean. Not allowed by our rules to tell you here.

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13 hours ago, Shay said:

Boston was Mother's Milk

Yes, now I remember!!  Duh! 

 

13 hours ago, Shay said:

Blue Oyster Cult originally used Soft White Underbelly

Why do they come up with these names!  I remember thinking Oh, that one will get you lots of airplay.

 

13 hours ago, Shay said:

2 other interesting things are what the names Steely Dan and 10cc actually mean. Not allowed by our rules to tell you here.

Yes we must be nice!!

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I looked up those two band names and I was shocked LOL

Great trivia knowledge tho'.

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Just right ofr Friday - when I lived in Cleveland in the late 1970's every Friday at 6 PM Murray Saul on WMMS would play this version of Friday on my Mind (Trivia the original version of the song was done by The Easybeats that had Angus Young's older brother Malcolm who went on the form AC/DC) - the other cool thing WMMS did was at 2 PM Sunday morning they played Maggot Brain by Funkadelic....

 

 

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Nerd/Geek rock on deck for today. Starting with Weezer. There'll also be some They Might be Giants, Nerf Herder, Moxy Fruvous, Man or Astroman?,  The Protomen, Cake, DEVO and more.

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oh I forgot - WMMS played the live version - and Murray Saul would rant for a while and end with " you gotta gotta gotta gotta gotttttttttttttaaaaaaaaa get down....(expletive).....

 

 

 

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good choices - I especially love Weezer, They Might Be Giants and DEVo (Devo was right - our country is de-evolving)

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Shay if you are from Cleveland do you remember a band called Rocket From The Tombs?

 They were part of the original punk bands that came out of Cleveland in the mid 70s.

 

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So I'm 62 - does that mean I only love 70s/80s music? Absolutely not. My daughter accidentally introduced me to EDM a few years ago at a music festival in England. And having started clubbing at the age of 52, I thoroughly love modern club music. This is the latest music I'm into from K-391 and Alan Walker....

 

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3 hours ago, Shay said:

The Easybeats that had Angus Young's older brother Malcolm who went on the form AC/DC

 Another cool band from the 60's.  Can't forget "Friday on my mind"  (Even my old man looks good!)

 

 

 

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What other songs about weekdays can you think of.  Here's The Boomtown Rats with I Don't like Mondays.

 

 

 

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Glad you have joined us @Niamh... and glad to see you so opened minded about music - any style music done well deserves a listen in my books. 

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33 minutes ago, Shay said:

Glad you have joined us @Niamh... and glad to see you so opened minded about music - any style music done well deserves a listen in my books. 

I was looking for a "like" button on here - does one exist? I like to be considered as non comformist - and that applies to many aspects of my life. I hate being classified or categorised. It winds me up!

 

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Don't know about the like button but non conformist sign me up. I once had a women where I work introduce me to a new customer and said [insert my male name here - uh] is a ...a.. peculiar. 

 

I thought - that's an interesting introduction - ok - I'll take that.

 

When I got job reviews - I always told people I considered my most important job was Comic Relief - because everyone took their jobs way too seriously...?

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35 minutes ago, Niamh said:

I was looking for a "like" button on here - does one exist? I like to be considered as non comformist - and that applies to many aspects of my life. I hate being classified or categorised. It winds me up!

 

 

We don't have like buttons on TransPulse. The idea was floated. The Powers That Be said, "Thou shalt not." Instead we insist that, if you like something, please engage with the person who posted the thing you like and tell them so.

 

Hugs!

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Ready for the weekend - just contacted several GT's - been waiting nearly 2 months ofr my health care - they say I'm on the waiting list - so I'm adding more to the mix and I like to do at least 1 thing every day that gets me closer to my outward woman I want to be.

 

Here is what popped into my mind that would be nice as I list more comics on ebay to augment my augmentation....

 

Looks like the CSN first album idea - of course it can't be because the house CSN posed by was torn down the week after they posed.....

 

 

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speaking about odd coincidences - a friend of mine who passed a few years ago was from Streetor, Illinois and that is where Alvin Lee moved to in the years before his passing - what are the odds.....

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Jani said:

What other songs about weekdays can you think of.

In no particular order:

The Cure - Friday I'm in Love https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucX9hVCQT_U 

Queen - Lazing on a Sunday Afternoon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OU6EyXcFBxA

Blondie - Sunday Girl https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5SmLgGnKJ4

Lynyrd Skynyrd - Tuesday's Gone https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFNbTdLfBwQ

          (Bonus) Cover by Metallica https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PlKbYGGVPQ

 

David Bowie - Thursday's Child https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTjRMkzxvt8

Misfits - Saturday Night https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NcuoXEiLcQw

Bay City Rollers - Saturday Night https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BKKaKT_dtM

Rolling Stones - Ruby Tuesday https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADtnUC_ctNk

Eels - Saturday Morning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x8fj3rQ9vdc

Death Cab for Cutie - Monday Morning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuyY0gzrtqU

Ludivico Einaudi - Monday https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbcsItHtjyA

Macklemore - Wednesday Morning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxwiNgPq_5M

Asobi Seksu - Thursday https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8paDhfGQH4E

Nico Stai - Miss Friday https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zoR39J-OMpQ

Elton John - Saturday Night's Alright for Fighting  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26wEWSUUsUc

Vance Joy - Saturday Sun https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uKqMNQkjHmI

K-OS - Sunday Morning https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3nDgnNUJe6s

 

 

 

 

 

Given more time, I am sure I could come up with more. Just scanned my brain and playlists quickly. Think I got every day of the week covered and several musical genres too.

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You sure have been a busy little bee - this will make a great weekend listen. Thank You Sara

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