Episode 10: Hidden Meanings in Music, Part 1

Episode 10: Hidden Meanings in Music, Part 1

In this episode of Life, the Universe & Everything Else, Leslie Saunders takes Paul Brown, Robert Shindler and Greg Christensen on a musical journey to find hidden meanings.

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2 thoughts on “Episode 10: Hidden Meanings in Music, Part 1

  1. Just some song credits for the music we used in this episode.

    Misc. riffs at the opening were provided by the Riff Ninja
    The Simpsons Main Title Theme – Danny Elfman
    Enter Sandman – Metallica
    Black Sabbath – Black Sabbath
    Follow the drinking gourd – Richie Havens
    Clip from the fresh prince of Bel-Air from the episode “The ethnic tip”
    Arabesque – Illustration (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_vyfI5c6yg)
    Banana in your fruit basket – Bo Carter
    Long John Blues – Dinah Washington (1949)
    Let’s get drunk and truck – Harlem Hamfats
    Cherry pie – Warrant
    She bop – Cyndi Lauper
    Strokin- Clarence Carter
    Big spender – Peggy Lee
    Come on a my house – Nasty Tales
    Pour some sugar on me – Def Leppard
    Big Balls – AC/DC
    Chocolate Salty Balls (P.S. I Love You) – Isaac Hayes (as Chef)
    Brown sugar – Rolling Stones
    Rock the Cassbah – The Clash
    Lucy in the sky with diamonds – The Beatles
    White Rabbit – Jefferson Airplane
    Mothers little helper – The Rolling Stones
    Puff the Magic Dragon – Peter Paul and Mary

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