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Welcome back, my friends, to the "Battle" that never ends.
We're so glad you could attend. Come inside! Come inside!
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This is 'BATTLE OF THE BANDS' ('BOTB') where you listen to different recordings of the same song and vote for the one you like best. A new Battle gets posted on the 15th of each month and six days later, on the 21st, I place my own vote, tally 'em all up and announce the winner.
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Friend? Foe? Stranger? No matter, ALL are welcome. So pull up a chair, pour yourself 24 oz. of 'DOG BITE High Gravity Lager' (or the poison of your choice) and turn it up to Eleven!
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[NOTE: Links to the first year of 'BOTB' (#1 - #24) can be found at the very bottom of this page.]

Sunday, January 1, 2017

2017, JANUARY 1: BATTLE OF THE BANDS (Or, CAROLE KING VERSUS NILS LOFGREN)

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Republican Vs. Democrat, Male Vs. Female, War Vs. Peace, Light Vs. Dark, Good Vs. Evil, Man Vs. Machine, Love Vs. Hate, Dog Vs. Cat, Sun Vs. Moon, Brain Vs. Brawn, Oscar Vs. Grammy, Angel Vs. Demon, Laurel Vs. Hardy, Beer Vs. Wine, TV Vs. Radio, Pitcher Vs. Batter, Paper Vs. Plastic, Reality Vs. Fantasy, Yeshua Vs. Beelzebub, Conservative Vs. Liberal, You Vs. Me, House Vs. Senate, Offense Vs. Defense, Kramer Vs. Kramer, Spy Vs. Spy, Fischer Vs. Spassky, W.C. Fields Vs. Sobriety, Harold Gimpy, Jr. Vs. Sheldon J. Pismire, Rock Vs. Paper Vs. Scissors, Islam Vs. Everything, Singer Vs. Singer, Band Vs. Band...
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'BATTLE OF THE BANDS' ('BOTB')
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Yes, it's time once again for 'Battle Of The Bands' ('BOTB').
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Alright, let's get on it. Let's get ON this thing!
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But first, I want to wish y'all a HAPPY  MARGARITA  DAY!
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No one has ever accused me of being a follower of trends. Heck, I am, after all, the author of #1 Rule Of Selfhood which began with the following sentence: One of the things that every person on this planet has in common with all others is individuality -– uniqueness.

Being an original has not always made me popular. In fact, believe it or not, some people dislike me. (Cheerio!) But being such a weirdo character has led me to some one-of-a-kind traditions. For instance, every Christmas day, I drop a quarter into a body of water and wish that Tiny Tim -- although he's dead and buried -- will someday score a second Top 40 hit song.

Also, every January 1st -- which y'all call "New Year's Day" -- I call  "MARGARITA  DAY", and I get me a couple of those salt-rimmed cocktails to celebrate.

MARGARITA  DAY: "A tradition since 1986... except for 1994."

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Well, this is the first day and first BOTB of 2017. I am actually very hopeful and enthusiastic about 2017, from both a personal and national viewpoint. Nevertheless, being the weirdo character I am, while everyone else is looking FORWARD on this first day of the New Year, I thought I'd take a look BACKWARDS with my BOTB entry. 
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Wackypedia sez: "Goin' Back" is a song written by Gerry Goffin and Carole King in 1966. It describes the loss of innocence that comes with adulthood along with an attempt, on the part of the singer, to recapture that youthful innocence.
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The song has been recorded by many artists, including Dusty Springfield, Goldie Zelkowitz, The Byrds, Elkie Brooks, Deacon Blue, Marianne Faithfull, Bill Drummond (of The KLF), Nils Lofgren, Freddie Mercury (on a Larry Lurex single), The Move, The New Seekers, The Pretenders, Diana Ross, Richard Thompson, Phil Collins and Bon Jovi, as well as by Carole King herself.

King recorded the song twice, first in 1970 and again in 1980. Let's listen to the latter recording...

GOIN' BACK -- Carole King
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AWzgbleoZYE

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And now for her competitor, Nils Lofgren, whose cover of the song closed out his first solo album in 1975...

GOIN' BACK -- Nils Lofgren
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJlqNg3x0vU

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Alright now, “you know the gig”... I welcome you (whoever you are) to vote for your favorite of these songs in the comment section below. And feel free to tell us WHY you chose one song over the other. 
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Question: Will Carole King win this Battle?
The New & Improved MAGIC 8-BALL - "now with the Electrolytes that plants crave" - sez:  "Most Likely" 

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After voting here, I suggest - actually I insist - you pop over to the blogs of the other 'BATTLE OF THE BANDS' participants to see which songs they have chosen and vote there also. (If their ‘BOTB’ blog bits aren’t posted yet, get yourself a MARGARITAdo it twice! – and then return to their blogs to vice your voice ...vote your vice ...voice your vote.)

Voice Your Vote...

@ ‘TOSSING IT OUT’ by clicking HERE.
@ ‘YOUR DAILY DOSE’ by clicking HERE.
@ 'MIKE'S RAMBLINGS' by clicking HERE.
@ 'CURIOUS AS A CATHY' by clicking HERE.
@ 'THE SOUND OF ONE HAND TYPING' by clicking HERE.
@ 'THE DOGLADY'S DEN' by clicking HERE.
@ 'CHERDO ON THE FLIPSIDE' by clicking HERE
@ 'ANGELS BARK' by clicking HERE.
@ 'JINGLE JANGLE JUNGLE' by clicking HERE. 
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I WISH Y'ALL A HAPPY NEW YEAR! 
HAPPY  MARGARITA  DAY! 
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L.A.'s own El Coyote Margarita: Warren Zevon's favorite.

~ Stephen T. McCarthy
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40 comments:

  1. This is a song that I love dearly. The only version I'd ever heard was the one by the Byrds so I always assumed it was a song by McGuinn or another Byrd member as it carries a distinctive sound like so many of their songs.

    Going into this I assumed I'd be going with Lofgren since I'm a big fan of his music. He does a great job with it, but his version seems overly frantic for the song subject. Good, but not as good as King's. His instrumentation is fantastic and the vocals are of that excellent Nils quality that I like so well.

    King on the other hand better captures the since of melancholy and wistfulness that I think the song calls for. Her version is more like the Byrds (which is still the version I prefer as it best captures the sadder qualities of the song with their superior instrumentation and vocal harmonies).

    Carol King for me. Great battle with a song that I never tire of hearing--and now I know there are more versions of it out there.

    Happy New Year to us all! And God Bless Tiny Tim, you, me, and everyone--even the jerks (though I hope they aren't blessed overly abundantly unless they have come over to God's side).

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    1. LEE ~
      Although I knew it existed, I had never heard The Byrds version before. I went and listened to it and, not surprisingly, I didn't like it as well as either version I used here. But then as I'm sure you remember me saying in the past, I am just not and never have been a fan of The Byrds.

      Tiny Tim thanks you. He told me so.

      I haven't made up my mind yet about the jerks. For some of them, a good swift kick in the head might be the best, most beneficial blessing they could receive.

      ~ D-FensDogG
      'Loyal American Underground'

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  2. Happy Margarita Day! I had a bit too many of those in Panama which resulted in doing the chicken dance by the pool( I don't remember) and falling in the pool resulting in a very bad hand sprain which still shows up...I call it my Panama hand:) Ahhh the fun times...that was 11 years ago. Ok so back to the song, I go for Carole King because I like the way she sang it and liked the style better. Oh...sad note, I heard William Christopher passed away yesterday and wondered if he ever spoke to you at all.

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    1. BIRGIT ~
      Your "Panama Hand" -- Ha! I have a "Prescott Finger". Grand Marnier knocked me down in the middle of a street, and I happened to have a big rock in my hand at the time. Really mangled my finger terribly, and I have the scar to prove it.

      Thanks for your vote!

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  3. Stephen, I think I remember this song. I liked both covers but it's King's version that made my mind drift back and Carole gets my vote! Lofgren didn't tap into that reminiscing of days gone by vibes. Nice battle. I hope you and your family has a blessed 2017, my friend. Here's to another year of good friendship and lots of fun!

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    1. Thanks for the good wishes and your vote, CATHY! And I hope all the same comes your way as well. Stay cool, Kitty!

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  4. Happy Margarita Day, ya weirdo! (I can say that because I'm a weirdo, too!)

    Those are some rather interesting traditions. So about this quarter in a body of water... does it count if you drop your wallet in the toilet? Or in a puddle on the street?

    I can't say that I am familiar with this tune, and while I've always kind of liked Carole King, I was more drawn to the Nils Lofgren cover. My vote goes to Nils.

    My battle is scheduled to post at 12:01 PST Jan 2, but I am feeling rather antsy, and MIGHT just unleash it sooner.

    ~Mary
    Jingle Jangle Jungle

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    1. Who you callin' a weirdo, MARY?! I am NOT a weirdo! I am a character. And if I had millions of dollars, I'd be "eccentric" instead.

      >>... does it count if you drop your wallet in the toilet? Or in a puddle on the street?

      Ha!-Ha! Well, so far, it hasn't even counted if you drop a quarter into a body of water. Because after all these years, 'Tip-Toe Thru The Tulips' is still Tiny's only hit.

      But did you know that back in my partying youth, when I was part of a drinking gang called "The League Of Soul Crusaders", the expression "dropped my wallet" was actually code for "I threw up". Ha!

      Thanks for the vote. I know Nils appreciates it. (Well, he would if he knew about it, anyway.)

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  5. Whooah! I broke my own rule and kept right on reading and read Lee's review. Usually, I try to vote without being swayed by anything else...'cause I'm such a FOLLOWER, ya know. ;-)

    On the plus side, now I know someone already agrees with what I'm going to say; actually, I could have written a clone of his assessment.

    Nils Lofgren is one of my favorite guitarists and I have followed him since I was aware of NILS ANYTHING on the planet. Love him!

    But when I first listened to his version, my immediate thought went something like, "hey...the balance isn't very good in this recording..." I couldn't put my posable finger on what or why exactly, but he just didn't do it for me like Carole King this time.

    The melancholy of her delivery got me. Not so much yearning, but somewhat like she had just made a decision and she was GOOD with it. Kinda made me want to say, hey girl! I'm a-comin', too.

    I gotsta vote KING!

    Happy, happy New Year, Brudder Stephen. May you be blessed today and always. Stay outta trouble...if that suits ya.

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    1. DOC McCHERDO ~
      A follower you are NOT! That much I know for certain. Got 50% of your body covered by tattoos? Got body piercings? Got pink hair? ...Nope. Didn't think so.

      Oh, I mostly do stay outta trouble now. Sadly, I just don't have the energy for it anymore.

      And a happy, Happy, HAPPY New Year to you and yourn, too. In fact, may the other 6 dwarfs bring you good things also.

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  6. Al Bondigas here. I remember when you sort of turned me on to Nils Lofgren. It was in the very early eighties I believe. I always liked that album, especially that song. Songs that are pensive and elicit memories of the wonderful days we experienced in our youth really get to me. Carol King's version was good, but doesn't even come close to Nil's. Familiarity might have something to do with it, but something about his voice really touches me. ( The John Wayne kind of way, of course ). Anyway, rulin for The Grand Marnier kid. That's it!! That's my rulin'.

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    1. JUDGE AL ~
      Good thing you added a touch of "John Wayne" to your comment there or I'd-a-feared you were turnin' Rafe Hollister on me!

      Yep, I kinda had you figgered as a vote for Nils, but I wasn't 100% sure because Carole brings the melancholia to this song and I know you get all teary-eyed. In fact, I seen it on this year's Christmas card. (Don't worry, you'll get that pony someday.)

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  7. Good battle again, Rupert!

    Me likey both versions; vastly different feel but both work. However, I must go against the Magic 8 Ball on my ultimate vote. Lofgren's driving and rolling double time piano is peachy. It evokes a "march," like he is really marching back to his youth. And Nil's voice (just business as usual here) has an untrained and shaky quality that offers a plaintive timbre that to me fits the song perfectly.

    NILS, enthusiastically.

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    1. SHEBOYGANBROTHER ~
      I thank you, Sir Sixgun. Yeah, I like how the song is arranged so drastically different on both recordings. It's always interesting to get an idea of how many different ways there must be to arrange any song and make it into something else.

      "Peachy"? "PEACHY"? I trust you meant that in a strictly John Wayne way. (Do you and Judge Al have something you want to tell me?:o)

      I liked your analysis of Nils' approach to this song. I hear it like that too and I think it works in both ways, just as you stated at the beginning.

      Thanks for the vote, SBB-6 (even if the Magic 8-Ball is a bit ticked at you for the moment).

      I wish y'all a wonderful 2017. (Not sure yet what I'm wishing you for 2018. We'll cross that bridge when we get to it.)

      ~ D-FensDogG

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    2. I'll see your bet by wishing youse a "wonderful" (JW) 2017 also. And I'll RAISE you by wishing you a great 2018. HA!

      Perhaps "peachy" was not the right choice of terms, though John Wayne DID say the word in his 1932 film "Ride HIM, Cowboy." (It was the name of his horse. High-HO, Peachy!)

      I shoulda gone with the word delightful, delectable, or scrumptious. JW, of course.

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    3. Alright, then fine, JERK! I'm wishing you a pretty good 2019 then, also!

      Oh, yes, I remember that Duke picture. That was before Wayne had developed such a masculine cinematic persona.

      "High-Ho, Peachy!"
      Ha!-Ha! That would have worked in 'RUSTLER'S RHAPSODY'. (You've seen that one, right? Man, I LOVE that movie!)

      Yeah, delectable and scrumptious are mucho mo' macho than "peachy". Personally, I generally go with "yummy".

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  8. Ah, Happy New Year Stephen! And Happy Margarita Day. I'm a little late getting to the battles but I'm here and ready for a new year of awesome Battles. I hope you had a fabulous ringing in of 2017. I have to believe that it's going to be a good year...

    Love this song! And for me, it belongs to Carole King. She sings it so well and I love the emotion that carries over in her version. When she sings it, I feel it, I really feel the lyrics. I don't get that from Nils Lofgren's version. I loved the music in his version though. But Carole gets my vote.

    Excellent song choice! Now I'm in a Carole King mood...

    Have a great week my friend.

    Michele at Angels Bark

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    1. MICHELE ~
      I was about ready to send out a search party of big, strong handsome men for you, accompanied by a Saint Bernard with a keg of rum 'round his neck. (Now aren't you sorry you didn't wait a little longer to show up?:o)

      Thanks for the good wishes, and all the best to you also in 2017.

      Got you down for a Kingly vote.

      ~ D-FensDogG

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    2. Oh boy, why oh why didn't I wait a little longer?! You can still send out that search party though. I'll be waiting... 😏

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    3. MICHELE ~
      I have since found out that all of those big, strong, handsome men are professional dancers. And you know what that means: You can stop waiting.

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  9. First, they played that MD bit on AJ. I can't even think what word MD used (began with B), but I didn't know what it was. I doubt any of the people he talked to knew what it was either. IMO, the fact that no one said they didn't know speaks more to an unwillingness in people to admit on camera they don't know something. So, instead they look like morons. The big truth: turn a camera on someone and watch their IQ drop.

    Your battle was tough
    I listened to both three times. My initial thought was I liked King better. This song was brand new to me. My difficulty arose when I understood the words better (on first listen) with Nils. After second listen, I thought it would be perfect with his voice and her music. After third listen, I decided both were lovely just as they were. I'd listen to both again. But, I have to vote!

    I'm giving this to King. I liked the music (arrangement) a lot. It felt nostalgic to me. Vocally they were on a par. So, finally a battle when the instruments decide it for me! I bet Magic 8 Ball wouldn't have predicted that!!!

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    1. GOIL WONDER ~
      It took me awhile to figure out what you wuz yakkin' about. MD? B-word?

      Ahh, Mark Dice and "Brawndo" (which has the electrolytes that plants crave). From the movie IDIOCRACY, which Beer Boy Bryan turned me on to and which is funny as hell!

      In fact, it was also Bryan who turned me on to Mark Dice. AND gave me the new & improved Magic 8-Ball for Christmas. Seems to me, I'd know nuttin' without that boy! Ha!

      I'm pleased to find that this Battle was so tough for you. That's great. And so far it looks to be a pretty competitive one overall. Win!-Win!

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  10. Cheers and Happy (Belated) Margarita Day, Stephen! Happy New Year, too. ☺
    This song sounds vaguely familiar, but I can't recall any details. Carole King's version is dripping with emotion and I loved it! Nils Lofgren, not so much; kind of "light-weight". I think your Magic Eight Ball will be right. Carole by a mile. See you on the 15th!

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    1. Thanks for coming by even on your "Blogcation", DEBBIE. And a very Happy New Year to you as well. (If you didn't get your Margaritas in, don't sweat it, because I drank enough to cover for you, too!:o)

      The Magic 8-Ball... and YOU... may be right, as it seems Carole is starting to build up a little bit of a lead now.

      Thanks again, and see ya in the next BOTB round!

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  11. This si certainly a superb BATTLE. This is my third time listening to both versions and I still can't decide. I came by this afternoon and thought I might vote, but then I read your reply to Michele and thought I would hold off for awhile to see if you would send those big handsome men over here, but no luck, eh?

    Each version has it's merits. Carol's tone of melancholy evokesthat sweet longing for times past and there's no questioning her talent as a songwriter. I probably should give her my vote for the simple fact alone that it IS her song.

    BUT, I'm a sucker for that piano Nils has got gong on there, and his marching type beat (yeah, I lifted that from SBB6's comment-because it is right on) seems so appropriate. So, in the end I gotta give it to Nils, he probably won,t win but I gotta do my part and vote my fav.

    Excellent BATTLE. I actually like it when it's hard to decide.

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    1. NITRO ~
      Ahh, I'm glad you liked this Battle so much. It's been on my list to do since about the beginning of BOTB but I only just now got around to it. In fact, I nearly gave it away to another BOTBer.

      I would have sent the search party out for you, but those big handsome guys said, "Ewww... But it's raining." (Nobody ever said that all big guys are "real men". Girlie men come in all sizes.)

      Yeah, two very different approaches to the song but I feel that both are valid in their own way.

      Nils has got a fair amount of ground to cover and at this point it doesn't look good for him. But at the same time, of the regular voters I can think of who have yet to chime in, I suspect most will side with Nils. So, this could be a close one at the Finish line.

      Thanks for your vote!

      Wait! Aren't you from Chicago? You could have gotten away with voting 5 or 6 times. :o)

      ~ D-FensDogG
      'Loyal American Underground'

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  12. The first day of the new year is a great time to establish, or perpetuate, traditions. I need to start a few of my own. This year I sat in a hotel room in a snow storm and binged on a show called Once Upon A Time. I don't go out an party any more - age getting to me I guess - but I did eat at the hotel bar and grill, and that Dead Duck was worth making a yearly tradition.

    I really liked Carol King's version, and was pretty sure I'd prefer a female voice singing this song. But Nils does have a slightly feminine voice, and I loved the energy of the tempo. So, Nils gets my vote.

    A good song for the New Year.

    Later Dude; keep those happy memories coming.

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    1. WILD THING ~
      So the Dead Duck beat the Red Frog, eh?

      I can't even remember the last time I was at a party. Nowadays -- since I enjoy my own company more'n any other's -- I just party by myself and hope that I don't get so drunk that I never invite myself back again.

      Got you down for a Nils-y vote. Stay safe on the roads. Don't pick up any hitchhikers, especially if they say their name is Jim, Jack, or Jose.

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  13. Hi Reno!
    Cool battle, though I don't recall the song. Nils isn't bad, but Carole is much more evocative. Maybe because she had a hand in the writing process. My vote goes to Carole! But now I'm curious to hear Phil Collins and Freddie Mercury versions as well ;-) See ya!

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    1. Howdy, dIEDRE ~
      Thanks for stopping by with a vote. Carole sends her best (and an extra lowercase "e" for you to use as you please).

      My next BOTB installment on the 15th will be the same song, 'GOIN' BACK', but it'll be Phil versus Freddie in the "Macho Man Battle Of The Century". (And if I can find a version by Michael Jackson, I'll make it a 3-Way.)

      Ha!

      Wishin' I was in Airheadzona today. We be buried in snow... and it's not the kind you can package and sell on the street, either.

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  14. This was a tough one. Even so, I’m glad I read your post from top to bottom for a change. When I first heard Carol King’s version I thought that this might be a good Warren Zevon song. What a coincidence it was seeing the El Coyote Margarita at the end of the post. I wanted to say it was a “serendipitous discovery” but then I’d have to settle on one of those fruity, alcoholic seltzer drinks…not that there’s anything wrong with that.

    It’s hard not to vote for Carol King. The only thing I didn’t like was the sound of someone hitting one of those percussion-triangle things. The sound kinda-sorta pierced my brain a little. Nils tipped the scale with his piano; would have sounded great at Rosie’s Bar. The Padre would have approved.

    Nils by a salty-slim, tiny-tim margin.

    Sig 2…oz Tequila

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    1. SIG2OUNCES ~
      Nice tip of the cap to Padre Pio. Er... oops! I meant, Father Mulcahy. May he rest in that great boxing gym in the sky.

      You've got the mind of a mystic, Sig. And now we know that Carole King + Margaritas = Warren Zevon. (You have invented a whole new discipline: Rock 'N' Roll Math.)

      Thanks for checking in with your bote, my friend. Nils might still have a shot at this thang.

      ~ D-FensDogG

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    2. Werewolves of London - vodka = Sweet Home Alabama?

      Can't wait to multiply with Carly Simon.

      Sig22Many

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    3. Ha!-Ha!
      Oh, HELL YES!!
      The AN...TI...CI...PATION of it.

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  15. And Stephen,

    Good battle agin. Carole sure penned a good song but I been had liked Nils better, more lively. Not just cuz you used to play it in your always cooler than any room of the Bay Street house. It is a livelier version with a bit more hope on it than Carole's slow and somewhat depressin' version. Happy Margarita Day and all the best in 2017!
    JW,
    Pooooooooooooh!

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    1. ...AND GENERAL POOHREGARD, THAT'S NOT ALL!...

      Thanks for your vote! Good on ya for keepin' yer streak alive.

      I remember (half of) those Bay Street days. Yep, if you wanted to hear Journey or the Cars, you went to Twinkie's room. If you wanted to hear Nils, Rickie, Tom, or The Blues, you went to my room. If you wanted to get hurt, you found out where Torch and Nappy were. Ha!-Ha!

      May 2017 be our best year ever... I mean, you know, not counting all those really GREAT years. What I'm trying to say is, may it be the best of all the mediocre ones.

      ~ D-FensDogG

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  16. Sliding in just before the cutoff, even while buried in snow and having jumped over 100 feet (thank God for good gravitity and polarity levels), but we're here. I'm sorry to say we must go against the new and improved Magic 8-ball and its many electrolytes (which voters like us crave) but both of us vote for Nils. Carole's version ain't half bad, but musically we both just dig Nils' more, and could find ourselves listening to that on a regular basis. Now then, where's this margarita I keep hearing about? I am both disappointingly thirsty and sober.

    ~6B

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    1. BEER BOYS ~

      >>... "Sliding in just before the cutoff"

      Yeah, I was beginning to wonder where's... mah... botes?!

      SOBRIETY is NOT encouraged on this blog. You need a cold Margarita, STAT!

      You're going against the very Magic 8-Ball that you yourself gave me?! Well... that shit could really happen.

      Thanks for going the extra mile... in the snow... with no shoes... all uphill... chased by dogs... and totally sober. You'll be rewarded in Heaven... but not before then.

      ~ Sadly Sober Stephen

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  17. ATTENTION PEOPLES!
    If you are interested in seeing the final vote tally for this 'BATTLE OF THE BANDS' installment and my closing thoughts on it, please click (Link:) HERE.

    Or you can put the following URL into your browser:
    http://stmccpresentsbattleofthebands.blogspot.com/2017/01/botb-results-112017-and-very-special.html

    ~ D-FensDogG
    'Loyal American Underground'

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  18. Fun battle both versions were nice

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