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Let's ROCK!

 

Yes, it's the music round. I'll be spinning the wheels of steel and playing the platters that matter. All you have to do is spot the railway themed tracks.

 

Turn your speakers up to 11 and hit the gramophone to start the round.

 

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That was fun wasn't it?

 

You'll be wanting to know the answers then.

 

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Completely lost track on which track was which. Only got the last one. 

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I got 2 out of that lot.

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I only counted nine tracks - I think.  And only two only them made any sense at all to me, the rest of 'em were  like non GWR engines, they all sounded the same:scratchhead:

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I've had Marrakesh Express as an "ear-worm" ever since... That's not necessarily a bad thing, mind you!

 

I guess The Monkees' absolute banger, "Last Train to Clarksville" was too obvious! :smile_mini:

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Harlequin said:

I've had Marrakesh Express as an "ear-worm" ever since... That's not necessarily a bad thing, mind you!

 

I guess The Monkees absolute banger, "Last Train to Clarksville" was too obvious! :smile_mini:

 

 

 

Or the 6-5 Special for that matter.....

 

 

But some nice locos!  :jester:

 

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Last work trip I did in early March we had Moseley Shoals on. Forgotten how good that album was, and most useful for the music round :D

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my first ever record I bought was Johnny Duncan and the Blue grass boys Last Train to San Fernado on 78 for the wind up gramaphone you missed that one.

Don

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Was wondering what would come up! this could have been another but too obvious for @Enterprisingwestern!

 

 

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Crikey, that was difficult - only 1

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4 for me - ELO, CSN, Billy J Kramer and The Doobies.

 

More of my youth mis-spent perhaps?

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14 hours ago, Phil Bullock said:

Billy J Kramer and The Doobies

 

Never heard of 'em.

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2 minutes ago, AY Mod said:

 

Never heard of 'em.

 

Yeah it was after the Dakotas flew away....

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I remember seeing Billy J, he was on the Beatles Show cannot remember if he had the whotsits with him. I was just as interested in the somewhat old coaching stock on the train out to Finsbury Park. 

 

Don

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