Monday, August 21, 2006

MEME: Monday Music Mambo - Week 113


Happy Monday, everyone! It's time to mambo again. Today's theme is Scrape The Bugs Day, but I don't like that one. So, as the mememeister, I can change it to something else! The next day's theme is Angel Day, so we'll do that one instead.

1. Who sings like an angel? Give me one male and one female.
That Church girl from Wales. And the Buckley kid, what's his name? (Yes, I know it's Jeff Buckley and Charlotte Church – I'm just pulling rfduck's pin feathers)

Jeff Buckley's video – Forget Her
Charlotte Church's video from the Enchantment Lyrics album -- Carrickfergus
2. Name three songs with the word "angel" in the title.
Johnny Angel by Shelley Fabares, Angels Would Fall (Melissa Etheridge), and Roy Orbison's “Blue Angel” are three that come immediately to mind.
3. Many musicians over the years have died and gone to the big concert hall in the clouds - or the firey backstage lounge downstairs. Who is your musical guardian angel (or, um, demon, as the case may be)? Jerry Garcia, Frank Zappa, Moondog, Janis Joplin, Richard Farina, Jean Pierre Rampal, John Lennon – all dead, they have all influenced me musically. I don't classify as to “angel” or “demon” as I don't believe in such things.

The rules are, there are no rules!!! All you need to do is copy and paste the above questions into your blog and add your responses. After you've finished, return here and leave us a comment so we'll know you've Mamboed. Be sure your Mambo is linked back to so others can dance too.

Remember, there are no right or wrong answers. If one of the questions doesn't inspire you then simply "pass" it. Just use your imagination and dance like crazy!

If you don't have a blog or you're an exhibitionist *woo hoo* feel free to Mambo right here in our comments section. There's absolutely no pressure ... although it's called the Monday Music Mambo you can Mambo on any day.

Until next time, this is your music-lovin' Mememeister saying have a good Monday and a good Mambo!

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