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AdLib On August - 18 - 2012

Though it could also be a term for Romney’s campaign, this weekend’s theme of “At the Zoo” is for songs about animals of all kinds…except political animals, we see far too much of them and their “droppings”.

So whether you were a fan of The Monkees, The Animals or The Boomtown Rats, songs by groups named after animals or about animals are welcome to join this weekend’s musical menagerie.

At The Zoo – Simon and Garfunkle

Bungle in the Jungle – Jethro Tull

Monkey Man – Rolling Stones

Sheep – Pink Floyd

A Horse With No Name – America

Free As A Bird – The Beatles

Categories: Music Thread

Written by AdLib

My motto is, "It is better to have blogged and lost hours of your day, than never to have blogged at all."

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  1. Jenuwin says:

    The Lion Sleeps Tonight

  2. Henry Mancini Orchestra--Baby Elephant Walk;

  3. AlphaBitch says:

    Breezing through -- “rush week” for me. But here’s a cover of the Dylan song, Man Gave Names to All the Animals that I’m pretty sure has not yet been posted…..Tim O’Brien’s version (which is GREAT)

    Hope to re-emerge on Thursday. Be safe, Planetarians!

    EDIT -- Oops! Maybe cannot see?? Sorry!

  4. Kalima says:

    Mama told me not to come -- Three Dog Night

    The Animals -- “Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood”

    I want to dedicate this to a dear friend who is going through a very difficult time in the fight of his life. You rock my world M, thank you for your friendship. Thinking of you.


  5. The Beatles--I Am The Walrus;

  6. David Bowie--Cat People;

  7. Warren Zevon--Werewolves Of London;

  8. Roger Miller--Can’t Rollerskate In A Buffalo Herd;

  9. Paul Simon--One Trick Pony;

  10. The Grateful Dead--Dire Wolf;

  11. Kenny Rankin--Blackbird;

  12. Frank Zappa--Yellow Snow;

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