"I Need A Beer"

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Re: "I Need A Beer"

Post by Jesper Hvid » 9 years ago

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This is better, Alcohol at Betty Ford's. :haha: Uuuhr, there's Liz Taylor and Ringo Starr...
Tribute to the late Mrs. Ford. And Liz as well, come to think of it.
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Post by Jesper Hvid » 9 years ago



Note the old beer can ring pull thingy. This is real nostalgia, man.
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So is this, a real classic Danish jazzy pub song. Just learned, we (Danish NATO air forces) spent in excess of DKK½bn on bombing Libya, and basically we've stopped two tanks, killed sixteen camels, overturned a tourist souvenir seller's kiosk and wiped out a completely innocent copse of fig trees. I think this money should go directly to the breweries, instead. "Today, we're getting nationally pissed", and sell those F16s to someone who collects outdated wartime memorabilia of jesperyear.
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Gene Simmons Drinkin' Wine

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Post by Jesper Hvid » 9 years ago

Haha...

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Post by Cheeveer » 9 years ago



Yeah, here we go.
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Post by Dave » 9 years ago



Gogol Bordello - Alcohol

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Post by Jesper Hvid » 9 years ago

But it has no crescendo. No climax. Because nobody's able to record their emotions, when drinking. When it's over, all is forgotten, brain is desperately recuperating, yet this remains the most powerful thing in the world, second only to primal fear, and one place ahead of socalled love.



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Post by theracer120 » 9 years ago

Not so much that this is a beer song, it's just that the singer sounds very intoxicated:



Harold Singer: Rock Around The Clock. Not a cover or original of the song that supposedly started the whole rock 'n' roll thing. Actually, at this stage there was not many songs around that probably could be called rock songs, although in the late 40's there was quite a trend in rhythm 'n' blues circles about 'rocking.'

EDIT: This could be in the same name, different game thread.

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Post by Jesper Hvid » 9 years ago



Tankard covered this, didn't they?
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Post by SB » 9 years ago

WhiskeyDick - Drunk As Hell

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Post by Jesper Hvid » 9 years ago

They are cool, but there's only one way to spell whisky.

Else, it's spelled bourbon.

If you know wot I mean...
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Post by Everso Biggyballies » 9 years ago

Jesper Hvid wrote:They are cool, but there's only one way to spell whisky.

Else, it's spelled bourbon.
If you know wot I mean...
Unless it is Irish Whiskey.... the Whiskey in a jar brew anyway.

If you know wot I mean... :wink:

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Post by theracer120 » 8 years ago

Everso Biggyballies wrote:
Jesper Hvid wrote:They are cool, but there's only one way to spell whisky.

Else, it's spelled bourbon.
If you know wot I mean...
Unless it is Irish Whiskey.... the Whiskey in a jar brew anyway.

If you know wot I mean... :wink:
On the subject of whisky:



Amos Milburn: Bad, Bad Whiskey. A number one American R&B hit in 1950/1951 for a dude whose frantic boogie-woogie piano style on some of his tracks pre-empted rock and roll, in many respects, and also influenced the likes of Fats Domino, Little Richard and Jerry Lee Lewis.

Although this is a blues ballad, and bares no resemblance to rock and roll.

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