ThemeLounge #77 – Questions

Questions.
Questions.
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Why Questions? Why NOT, we say! And so this show features songs whose titles include one or more (!) question marks. We’ve picked out a bunch of incredible interrogative tunes, and there’s no Question in our mind that you’ll love every one. So dig in and enjoy some great music from Jules Shear, Better Than Ezra, The Tubes, Jonatha Brooke and more.

The theme for Show #78 will be Burn. (Oooh, burning questions – but wait, we’re not doing word pairs anymore. Quit it.) So do you know a good Burn song we oughta play? Please tell us about it! Send us e-mail to the address shown at right, post a comment here on the blog, or hit the “Call Me” button at right to leave us a message!

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  Title   Artist   Album
You Know I Love You…Don’t You? Howard Jones One To One (1986)
When You Finally Gonna Come Through? Jules Shear Healing Bones (1994)
What Do You Want From Life? The Tubes The Tubes (1975)
Scared Are You? Better Than Ezra Friction, Baby (1996)
Why You Wanna Break My Heart? Dwight Twilley Jungle (1984)
What You Gonna Do? Curtis Salgado Soul Shot (2012)
Do You Realize?? The Flaming Lips Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots (2002)
Where Were You? Jonatha Brooke & The Story Plumb (1995)
What’s In It For? Avi Buffalo Avi Buffalo (2010)

    61 minutes     |     56 MB

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Some “Burn” suggestions if I’m not too late:
Fire Burning–The fabulous Welsh Witch, Stevie Nicks
Slow Burning Love–James Taylor
Burning in the Sun–Blue Merle
Burn the House Down–Scars on 45



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