Monday, June 04, 2007

Here Comes the Summer

The Undertones: Here Comes the Summer

How many of these can you attribute to an artist without looking them up? Most of them came off the top of my head, y'all. Write your answers on a 3x5 index card and send them in an SASE with three box tops. Employees of Underneathica, LLC and their family members are ineligible to participate.

Here Comes Another One
Here Comes the Bums
Here Come Cowboys
Here Comes the Hotstepper
Here Comes My Baby
Here Comes My Girl
Here Comes the Nice
Here Comes the Night
Here Comes the Rain Again
Here Comes that Rainy Day Feeling
Here Comes a Regular
Here Come the Rome Plows
Here Comes Santa Claus
Here Comes the Savior
Here Comes Success
Here Comes the Sun
Here Come those Tears
Here Comes Terry
Here Come the Warm Jets
Here Comes Your Man

Lightning Bonus Round (aging prog fans only!):
Here Comes the Gear, Lads
Here Comes the Supernatural Anaesthetist

12 Comments:

At 6/05/2007 9:43 AM , Blogger Blank Crisis said...

Thanks, Jon.

I'm tempted to play, but I'll leave it up to others. (Truth is-- my brain is shot and I only recognize about 25% of these.)

But what I really wanna know is-- where's "Here Comes The Weekend"?

 
At 6/05/2007 10:44 AM , Anonymous Paula said...

OK, I only got Camper, Cat Stevens, Brian Eno, Them/Van Morrison, Pixoids, and the Beat-less.

Also, in addition to Blank Crisis's suggestion (Rockpile!), I would add:

"Here Come the Waterworks"
"Jetz Kommt Die Flut/Here Comes the Flood"

 
At 6/05/2007 11:54 AM , Blogger jon manyjars said...

Excellent suggestions, both. I'll post the answers in awhile... but I am confused by Paula's comment about "Camper". None of these are CVB songs.

 
At 6/05/2007 3:31 PM , Blogger Paula said...

Oh, woops, I read too fast and thought "Here Comes that Rainy day Feeling" = "Oh No Here it Comes Again that Funny Feeling."

Which, it turns out, is not the title anyway.

 
At 6/07/2007 2:19 PM , Blogger Drindle said...

1
2
3 The Psychedelic Furs
4
5 Cat Stevens
6 Tom Petty
7
8 Van Morrison
9 Eurythmics
10
11 Replacements
12
13
14
15
16 Beatles
17
18 Undertones
19 Eno
20 Pixies

 
At 6/08/2007 9:30 AM , Blogger jon manyjars said...

Well done, sir. 18 is actually by NRBQ. "Here comes Terry, here comes Al, here comes Jim Bob..."

1 Monty Python
2 Snakefinger
3 Psychedelic Furs
4 Ini Kamoze (or Gregory Isaacs)
5 Cat Stevens
6 Tom Petty
7 Small Faces
8 Van Morrison/Them
9 Eurythmics
10 The Fortunes
11 Replacements
12 Drive Like Jehu
13 Gene Autry, among many others
14 P.Hux
15 Iggy Pop
16 Beatles
17 Jackson Browne
18 NRBQ
19 Eno
20 Pixies

 
At 6/08/2007 2:49 PM , Anonymous Paula said...

And in case anyine cares, mine were Scout and Peter Gabriel respectively.

 
At 6/08/2007 4:15 PM , Blogger Drindle said...

I was thinking of What's With Terry by the Undertones, stead of Here Comes Terry.

 
At 7/02/2007 11:56 PM , Blogger 2fs said...

Sorry this isn't timely: I read the entry when I was biz-zee, and sorta forgot about it... I haven't looked at other people's answers, but just for fun I'll give it a go:

"Bums": Snakefinger. "Cowboys" Psy. Furs. "Girl" T. Petty & H.b. "Nice" izzit Pretty Things? "Night" Them. "Regular" 'Mats. "Rome Plows" Drive Like Jehu. "Santa Claus" everyone on the planet's done that! "Savior" crap, I should know this... "Success" Iggy. "Sun" Uh...Quarrymen? "Terry" Undertones. "Jets" Eno. "Man" Pixies.

And: "Anaesthetist" Genesis.

You'll notice the ones with common nouns are the ones I can't call to mind...

Now I'll go see if you put the answers up...

 
At 7/02/2007 11:57 PM , Blogger 2fs said...

Wait! Isn't "Here Comes the Savior" by P. Hux?

 
At 7/03/2007 12:00 AM , Blogger 2fs said...

Okay, I read the answers: I guessed wrong on two of 'em (I think we should receive half-credit for the Undertones - obviously a popular, if wrong, rendering of that title! And damn - I'm glad P. Hux popped into my brain at the last minute.

 
At 7/03/2007 8:02 AM , Blogger jonderneathica said...

I'll give you half credit for the Undertones, but I must dock you one point for "the Quarrymen" -- was that a Billy Childish group? I think they were on Larry King the other night... "Here Comes the Gear, Lads" is a Frank Zappa title.

 

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