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  1. 14.10 Bridge: "My Old School" Steely Dan 15.01 Crescendo: "Five Years" David Bowie 16.10 Layering "Lust To Love" The Go-Go's.
  2. The Mets pitcher--name of Smoker--seemed really offended that a Philadelphia batter bunted for a hit with the Phillies leading by four in the 7th. He got so rattled that he lost track of speed demon AJ Ellis at second base, and Ellis promptly stole third without a throw. A four run lead in the seventh is not insurmountable, so I don't know what breach of protocol Smoker was reacting to.
  3. I used to work 3rd shift. There is nothing like taking that first sip as the sun comes over the horizon.
  4. 12.10 Song Ending/Coda: "The Dead Heart" Midnight Oil A charged song that propels forward, building up to a long jamming/chorus ending. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16bFBzx7I_0 13.01 Non-Musical Sound Effect: "Silly Love Songs" Paul McCartney A factory whistle/pistons clanging up and down. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2_9QooYDYtU
  5. Sorry for the delay. Crazy day at work. I can be skipped, and I will get my picks in later tonight.
  6. The Gateway Pundit is the guy who took a photograph from a medical textbook of someone with a broken eye socket and passed it off as Darren Wilson's doctor's exam.
  7. 10.10 Woodwind (Flute): Moondance--Van Morrison https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vo3JznMhpWc 11.01 Harmonica: Run Through The Jungle--Creedence Clearwater Revival. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8a3BZj8N0Jw
  8. I miss MOP's weekly player profiles. I remember when Peyton Manning was going up against the 30th ranked pass-defense and MOP called him his "sleeper pick" of the week. Joe and Dodds missed a goldmine of talent when they refused to put him on staff.
  9. On MSNBC they showed the surveillance video of him fleeing from the police. Fat bastard got winded after about ten steps.
  10. Sam Wyche's "You don't live in Cleveland, you live in Cincinnati," speech.
  11. 9.01 Solo Vocal Performance (Female): Bonnie Tyler "Total Eclipse Of The Heart" The word epic gets thrown around too much, but Bonnie deserves the title in the absolute sense of the word. To crib from a review I read, "Bonnie sings the (bleep) out of this song." It's unfortunate the video has become so entwined with the song, as its over-the-top, overwrought, over-everything overshadows the purity of Bonnie's vocals. Link is the seven minute album version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cvLNRO41o64
  12. 8.10 Drums: The Beatles "Rain" Ringo's playing is so stylized and distinctive on this track, and way beyond anything he had done before. https://vimeo.com/93728762
  13. Thornburg has some cajones throwing three consecutive 88 MPH change-ups to Rizzo.
  14. 6.10 Male Vocal: Harry Nilsson "Without You" Three and a half octave range. The song just soars. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_bQGRRolrg0 7.01 Harmony: Bangles "Hazy Shade Of Winter" They always sounded better together than they did as Hoff's backup group, and they sound really great on this song. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cNeXWpTVlo