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Yellow Submarine, Monday 15th November, Level 2
TC - 1-11-2004 at 14:38

There is a 60s night happening in Level 2 on Monday, 15th November 2004. The top DJs spinning out the classics on the night will be the one and only Mr. Jack Burell, and the DJ Soc legend that is Greg Bradley.


Entry price is yet to be confirmed, but make sure you get yourselves down for what promises to be a great night!


littleben - 1-11-2004 at 14:39

Wooo sounds good! I'l bring the house.


if_only_ralph_were_real - 1-11-2004 at 15:28

woo!


MR CHATTERBOX - 1-11-2004 at 23:11

RASMALIA


kittykat - 1-11-2004 at 23:29

this sounds great but i can't bloody go, grrr! off to see regina spektor. is there any chance it will happen again?


MR CHATTERBOX - 1-11-2004 at 23:36

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Originally posted by kittykat

this sounds great but i can't bloody go, grrr! off to see regina spektor. is there any chance it will happen again?



Who is Regina? and what a name, rather regal if i must say so myself, strictly in it's royal meaning.


kittykat - 1-11-2004 at 23:49

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Who is Regina? and what a name, rather regal if i must say so myself, strictly in it's royal meaning.


she s a singer, pianist, songwriter from new york. her music and lyrics are quite quirky so you ll either really like it or get really irritated by it. i can copy you her album when i ve worked out how to use this cd burner thing.


MR CHATTERBOX - 1-11-2004 at 23:51

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Who is Regina? and what a name, rather regal if i must say so myself, strictly in it's royal meaning.


she s a singer, pianist, songwriter from new york. her music and lyrics are quite quirky so you ll either really like it or get really irritated by it. i can copy you her album when i ve worked out how to use this cd burner thing.


lol. Is she anything like that Annie de franco, who seems to be de rigueor nowadays.


kittykat - 1-11-2004 at 23:55

she s not really like ani, kind of like tori amos or fiona apple but with lusher arrangements.


jtack - 2-11-2004 at 12:31

if any one got any requests for this and i'll see what i can do


i am sam - 2-11-2004 at 17:19

do you believe in magic by the lovin' spoonful


Matt Paradise - 2-11-2004 at 17:22

The Laughing Gnome.


Colin DIS - 2-11-2004 at 17:40

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Originally posted by kittykat




Who is Regina? and what a name, rather regal if i must say so myself, strictly in it's royal meaning.


she s a singer, pianist, songwriter from new york. her music and lyrics are quite quirky so you ll either really like it or get really irritated by it. i can copy you her album when i ve worked out how to use this cd burner thing.


lol. Is she anything like that Annie de franco, who seems to be de rigueor nowadays.


Ani is great! I am not a big fan of Regina as my previous posts on her have said but I can see why people dig her stuff.


cherry_blossom_pig - 4-11-2004 at 02:28

hmmmm lemme see i would muchos like to hear " i wanna be your man" by the velvet underground, " some body to love" by jefferson airplane maybe some MC5 do u believe in magic by the beaaautiful lovin spoonful.


tampong - 4-11-2004 at 11:42

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Originally posted by TC

There is a 60s night happening in Level 2 on Monday, 15th November 2004. The top DJs spinning out the classics on the night will be the one and only Mr. Jack Burell, and the DJ Soc legend that is Greg Bradley.


Entry price is yet to be confirmed, but make sure you get yourselves down for what promises to be a great night!


Tommy, Tommy, Tommy he knows a friend called Johnny, he gave him some bread, Johnny stuck to his head, and now his pain has gonny. Its a famous scottish folk song from the 15th century.


Mercury Rising - 4-11-2004 at 12:03

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Originally posted by tampong

Tommy, Tommy, Tommy he knows a friend called Johnny, he gave him some bread, Johnny stuck to his head, and now his pain has gonny. Its a famous scottish folk song from the 15th century.


See you next week on 'Making no fucking sense' when I'll be waxing an owl.


jazzy - 4-11-2004 at 13:00

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Originally posted by jtack

if any one got any requests for this and i'll see what i can do


lots of motown. oh, and summer in the city by the lovin spoonful.


Joe Wiz - 4-11-2004 at 13:04

"Jumpin Jack Flash"
"Mony Mony" Tommy James and the Shondells
Maybe the odd number by a popular beat combo from Liverpool that weren't Gerry and the Pacemakers.


i am sam - 4-11-2004 at 13:26

do the lovin' spoonful have any other good songs apart from summer in the city and do you believe in magic?


Hollis Brown - 4-11-2004 at 13:42

'Parchman Farm' or 'Hideaway'- John Mayall Bluesbreakers.
'I feel free' or 'Train time'- Cream
'Oh Well'- Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac
'Boom Boom' or 'Hard Headed Woman'- Jonh Lee Hooker

Basically anything to do with the British Blues explosion!!

Oh, and anything off Apostraphe(' by Frank Zappa


self_five_for_the_big_dog - 5-11-2004 at 11:17

The Kinks- Days

Bob Dylan- The times are changing

Rolling Stones- Rip this joint


dulcie - 5-11-2004 at 17:17

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Originally posted by kittykat

she s not really like ani, kind of like tori amos or fiona apple but with lusher arrangements.


yay i'm going to see ani di franco on sunday


i am sam - 7-11-2004 at 16:27

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Originally posted by self_five_for_the_big_dog

The Kinks- Days




hmmm. that's a bit MOR. i could quite easilly imagine westlife covering this song as their next single....


RadioEd - 7-11-2004 at 20:20

can i request that you don't play the monkees at all?


kittykat - 7-11-2004 at 20:35

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yay i'm going to see ani di franco on sunday


cool, hope it was great.


Eleanor Conroy - 7-11-2004 at 21:32

the angels - my boyfriend's back
needle in a haystack (the velvelettes i think)
martha reeves and the vandellas - dancing in the street/jimmy mack
simon & garfunkel - at the zoo


Joe Wiz - 9-11-2004 at 11:08

"Long Live Love" Sandie Shaw
"Bits And Pieces" Dave Clark Five
"Substitute" The Who
"Sorry Suzanne" The Hollies
"Step Inside Love" Cilla Black (Quite simply, one of the best pop records ever)


Mercury Rising - 9-11-2004 at 11:16

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Originally posted by i am sam

do the lovin' spoonful have any other good songs apart from summer in the city and do you believe in magic?


There are some MP3s to listen to here although I'm not convinced there's anything better than 'Magic'.

[Edited on 9-11-2004 by Mercury Rising]


tampong - 10-11-2004 at 12:14

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Originally posted by TC

There is a 60s night happening in Level 2 on Monday, 15th November 2004. The top DJs spinning out the classics on the night will be the one and only Mr. Jack Burell, and the DJ Soc legend that is Greg Bradley.


Entry price is yet to be confirmed, but make sure you get yourselves down for what promises to be a great night!


You know that I'm claustrophobic Tom, why did it have to be a submarine!


tampong - 10-11-2004 at 12:15

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Originally posted by Joe Wiz

"Long Live Love" Sandie Shaw
"Bits And Pieces" Dave Clark Five
"Substitute" The Who
"Sorry Suzanne" The Hollies
"Step Inside Love" Cilla Black (Quite simply, one of the best pop records ever)


Break on through - the doors
rubber ducky - seasame street
mandy - barry manilow
summer holiday - Cliff Richard


RadioEd - 10-11-2004 at 18:38

anything by mamas and papas would be cool


*Miss World* - 10-11-2004 at 21:50

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Originally posted by RadioEd

anything by mamas and papas would be cool


California Dreamin' is such a brilliant song...


MR CHATTERBOX - 10-11-2004 at 22:38

Downtown by Petula Clark, cos it's a great song to slash your wrists too.


cherry_blossom_pig - 10-11-2004 at 22:44

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Originally posted by MR CHATTERBOX

Downtown by Petula Clark, cos it's a great song to slash your wrists too.


oh then we MUST have it played!


Colin DIS - 11-11-2004 at 12:46

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Originally posted by *Miss World*

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Originally posted by RadioEd

anything by mamas and papas would be cool


California Dreamin' is such a brilliant song...


'Dream A Little Dream...' is a touch of class.


tyler - 12-11-2004 at 18:54

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Originally posted by RadioEd

can i request that you don't play the monkees at all?


haha. yes. but i know i'll dance anyway after enough jack.


i_wear_the_trousers - 12-11-2004 at 19:46

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Originally posted by Colin DIS

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Originally posted by *Miss World*

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Originally posted by RadioEd

anything by mamas and papas would be cool


California Dreamin' is such a brilliant song...


'Dream A Little Dream...' is a touch of class.


I fucking love the mamas and papas. My own personal favourite is 'Creque Alley' though....

"MacGuinn and Macguire couldn't get no higher in LA you know where that's at,
and everyone's getting fat except mama cass...."


Pete Simpson - 13-11-2004 at 11:59

I wouldn't have spent so long making my avatar if I'd known this was already on here! Thanks Tom for the thread!

Well actually I haven't spent 6 weeks making it, it took less than half an hour, it was just that I really needed a new avatar and had no idea what to have for it, then the idea came to me the other day that I could make an advert.

If anyone is still caring I didn't manage to get on here all summer because I hardly went on the internet all summer, I was mostly working, down the local pub playing pool or visiting random towns and cities.


RadioEd - 13-11-2004 at 14:39

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Originally posted by Pete Simpson

I wouldn't have spent so long making my avatar if I'd known this was already on here! Thanks Tom for the thread!

Well actually I haven't spent 6 weeks making it, it took less than half an hour, it was just that I really needed a new avatar and had no idea what to have for it, then the idea came to me the other day that I could make an advert.

If anyone is still caring I didn't manage to get on here all summer because I hardly went on the internet all summer, I was mostly working, down the local pub playing pool or visiting random towns and cities.


what was the best town you visited?


Pete Simpson - 13-11-2004 at 17:09

Probably Hartlepool, mainly because both the others were cities.


RadioEd - 13-11-2004 at 17:18

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Originally posted by Pete Simpson

Probably Hartlepool, mainly because both the others were cities.


good call


xjohnx - 14-11-2004 at 16:13

can we post requests?

joni mitchell- big yellow taxi
crazy world of arthur brown- fire
aretha franklin- think
kinks- waterloo sunset
jimi hendrix- highway child
bob dylan- the times they are a changin
Troggs - wild thing

and also...
some Joe Cocker, King crimson, jethro tull , gerry and the pacemakers, hermans hermits and some Small Faces

peace
john

[Edited on 14-11-2004 by xjohnx]


jtack - 14-11-2004 at 16:29

yeah, requests are greatly aprechiated. will try and get and play as many as possible.
the night will start withsome more blues based tracks will then travel into the world of psychedelia, then a bit of mowtown type stuff before moving swiftly into classics territory.


Simon Dyson - 14-11-2004 at 19:11

Lookg forward to the night, although I'll have to leave early.

Can I have some Zombies? Something from Odessey & Oracle would go down a treat.


blown away - 14-11-2004 at 21:08

may I add that on the same night in Mondo's there will be the european summer night organised jointly by the french connection, the eurosoc and erasmus soc ?

free glass of wine for members and the possibility to dance with me on european dance music. Come on , forget the 60's and get some ace of base.


Eleanor Conroy - 15-11-2004 at 00:16

think you need to work on your marketing techniques, julien...


i_wear_the_trousers - 15-11-2004 at 09:08

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Originally posted by blown away

the 60's and get some ace of base.


genius


Matt Paradise - 15-11-2004 at 17:55

eleanor - the turtles.

Then we can serenade our own Eleanor


if_only_ralph_were_real - 15-11-2004 at 21:11

* Attempts to find alcohol that she wants to drink to be pissed this evening*

Poo


Simon Dyson - 15-11-2004 at 23:47

Enjoyed the Love, Zombies and Hendrix guys! Shame I had to leave early but nice one so far!


Becka - 16-11-2004 at 01:24

Had a pretty good night, was dancing most of the night. Danced so much, I`m now sweating like a paedo in a bin bag at a school play


Hollis Brown - 16-11-2004 at 01:34

Awesome night

Thanks especially for 'Black Magic Woman', Pete Green's solo on that is soul destroying, i almost weep every time i hear that song........almost!


Mercury Rising - 16-11-2004 at 08:05

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Originally posted by Becka

Had a pretty good night, was dancing most of the night. Danced so much, I`m now sweating like a paedo in a bin bag at a school play




That is a fabulous simile.


Becka - 16-11-2004 at 08:47

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Originally posted by Mercury Rising

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Originally posted by Becka

Had a pretty good night, was dancing most of the night. Danced so much, I`m now sweating like a paedo in a bin bag at a school play




That is a fabulous simile.


Why thank you, kind person


Kerosene - 16-11-2004 at 15:35

(I haven't got a clue what I'm talking about)
I'm sorry for being so middle class,
Spoiled little me, got my head up my own arse
You've got your toys and I've got mine,
keep your ak47 ill keep my 4 wheel drive
(Yea right) does anyone care so much?
You politics are something that should never be touched
I'm dumb and dumb to the core
I'm dumb watch me fall to the floor
My love me need, 2 glasses of wine and a passion to breed
My love we need, a coven of guns and a sunday on speed
How many a levels does it take to build a wall?
How many a levels?
I'm dumb and dumb to the core
I'm dumb watch me fall to the floor

War economics sometimes change to social politics
Not for me honey not for me
Would you love if I were black?
Would you love me if I were gay or stuck a knife in my back
I didn't ack to be who I am, but im here and here I stand
How many a levels does it take to rule the world?
How many a levels?
Pick my guitar up from were it was leaning
running my hands down its neck and play it with feeling
website http://www.hardcorehotties.cjb.net/
download swearing for art students


Kerosene - 16-11-2004 at 15:48

PiLs apparently everybody aspires to be big black.
and as much as i scoff i always end up dancing,
in a kind of awkward nodding head shuffle.
its been a hard day but this will see me through to tommorow.

Lets get complacent! Lets get complacent!
lets get contempary! lets get contempary!
Lets get apathetic! Lets get apathetic
We'll put together a dossier

i may be bored but i'll always be polite.
checking my change, checking my change?
ive given up on every possible topic of conversation.
big brother,
spit or swallow,
fake tans, career plans,
pills, pills, pills, pills.

Lets get complacent! Lets get complacent!
lets get contempary! lets get contempary!
Lets get apathetic! Lets get apathetic!
We'll put together a dossier

suffer for your art until the money rolls in.
the futility of life no longer quite so concerning.
You are telling yourself maybe it will come true
It will be over soon. it will be over

www.therobotvs.co.uk


slow riot - 16-11-2004 at 15:49

RE: Kerosene


if_only_ralph_were_real - 16-11-2004 at 16:00

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Originally posted by slow riot

RE: Kerosene



Sir you are a legend!