Originally posted by @wolfe63Too easy, but I wont spoil it for others .......
D I T M - K H
Originally posted by @wolfe63Correct - your go ......
Ahhhh yes! Thanks Tiger!
San Francisco Bay Blues by Phoebe Snow
That was a good one michelleon. 😀
Originally posted by @iamatigerYes .... and SF is a city ....
Is the last B Blues?
Originally posted by @vendaNope - not Patti Smith - she was predominately punk rock whereas PS was blues and jazz. "Poetry Man" ? Surely someone has heard the track and/or knows' the song writer .......??
Not Patti Smith then?
I assume that's what you're referring to , not my question.
I've never heard "Poetry man" so I don't know the answer
Originally posted by @vendaHint : American singer and songwriter - signature track - Poetry Man. That should get someone home ....
Don't know the track.
G.U.T.C -C.H -late 60's or early 70's
Originally posted by @wolfe63Hint : PS is a female .......
Percy Sledge? I have no idea about the song. (SFBB)
Could it be something like "Searching for....Baby Booboo"? 😆
Originally posted by @wolfgang59Last Lonely Eagle - New Riders of the Purple sage. Probably a bit tough unless you're a follower ....
(I had to google what the S stood for so I wont take any credit)
I dont know anything by them!
Originally posted by @wolfe63Ah - Baby Elephant Walk - Henry Mancini
Hint: Think soundtracks.
Originally posted by @vendaPretty tough - any hints - genre perhaps ?
Originally posted by @wolfe63Actually, I think you're right, don't thing Petula Clark covered it ....?
or Patsy Cline
Originally posted by @handyandyI Fall to Pieces by Petula Clark
I F T P by P C
Originally posted by @wolfe63Long Cool Women - The Hollies. Too easy - have another one ..... in a black dress...
I listened to the "Love Over Gold" Album for the whole summer of 1983. So soothing! I think it's his finest writing.
I think Mark Knopfler and Mark Hollis of Talk Talk are two of the most underappreciated songwriters of that period.
LCW by TH (1960's)
Originally posted by @wolfe63Yes - great bass and solo break by Knopfler at the end. Never heard him play better - even in Telegraph Road ....your turn.
Originally posted by @wolfgang59Dire Straits is correct, HL is a new track on a remastered oldie ......
He was in another group with initials DS?!!?
I've no idea.
I'll use Mr Google at weekend if nobody gets it..