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ZiggyBratwurst

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About ZiggyBratwurst

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    A Cherry Ghost
  • Birthday 10/19/1963

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    Music, TV & Film, Cooking
  1. Yeah, in my mind I see it as CHIn: UP
  2. I wasn't able to make it through the first Borat movie. Not even going to attempt a second one. In response to ih8music's post from 10/22 about Lovecraft Country: Yes I watched, and LOVED it. I don't recall ever being simultaneously so confused and so consumed by anything that wasn't a David Lynch project. So much fun.
  3. I thought it was interesting that Sammy said he had never heard Jeff play Plateau, since he's played it twice before on the show. I guess those previous times he must have played it before Sammy came in the room.
  4. This is correct. It was an acoustic bass.
  5. I'm always so happy when I find out someone else appreciates Yoko's music as much as my wife and I do.
  6. That little tidbit about Reincarnation is great!
  7. I'm almost 100% sure the childrens' song is Clean Up Song by ELF Learning. I was googling while they were singing, and just as they were finishing I found lyrics that I believe were a match. Just googled it again, and I'm pretty confident it's right. There was no mention of Romper Room in what I read, but there is a Romper Room video that showed up in the search results. I assume they're singing a clean up song of some sort, but I'm at work right now and can't watch/listen. (Which is also why I can't check last night's episode to confirm the song.) It is also well within the realm of possibility that I am the only person who cares. But I figure, I put Wheels On The Bus on the spreadsheet; why wouldn't I put this one on, too?
  8. Totally agreed. This is not one I expected to hear as solo acoustic. Loved it.
  9. Cool! Changed it to "Whisper" on the spreadsheet.
  10. Haha. I was googling as fast as I could, too, trying every little snippet of lyrics I could catch. I did come up with it, finally, but I missed seeing most of the song. For some reason I almost always miss Paul’s song IDs. I always see people thanking him, and I see a lot of his jokes and commentary, but very rarely the song titles. It would be interesting to know how IG determines who sees which comments, and if there’s anything you can do as a user to tweak them.
  11. Hammond Song TOTALLY stuck in my head today....
  12. Note about Once A Day: It's not a Don Gibson song. (You can hear Jeff saying so a little later in this episode, but other people were talking and it was kind of covered up. Susie asked if it was Don Gibson and you can hear him saying something like "No, but I play it in his style," or something similar) It was written by Bill Anderson and made famous by Connie Smith. EDITED to add: This song has been recorded by a BUNCH of people over the years, and for all I know Don Gibson may have been one of them.
  13. That's what I understood him to say, too.
  14. Thanks for the kind & welcoming words, everyone. I’m happy to be a part of this community, and -like all of us- so thrilled to have the Tweedys to spend my time with during this crisis. I also feel your pain regarding the Wilco/Sleater-Kinney shows. My wife & I had tix to the Forest Hills Stadium show, which would have been on our anniversary in August. (No word yet on a reschedule date for that one.)
  15. This is a lovely thing to read first thing this morning. Great way to start my day. Thank you, Isaac.
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