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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by circles, Dec 2, 2020.
Stuck in my head.
Not that I mind. I like these quirky songs.
Not a bad earworm at all. I remember a time when I couldn't get away from "Ice Ice Baby" everywhere I went.
Man, I love WAR. The band, that is.
I just bust out laughing. Hopefully I don't get it now.
I love that band. Very cool that the horn section was often sax and harmonica.
Great tune...can sit in my ear any time.
Time machines, that's what these are. Good stuff anytime.
Sorry buddy... that song still gives me nightmares. I mixed the band “Slippin into Darkness “ which was WAR, only without the guy who owned the name and founded the band. When they got to that song, they stretched it out to 30 minutes of audience participation . About 15 minutes into that madness I wanted to bury my head in the ground. BTW...they showed up 10 minutes before the show, no sound check, acted like primadonnas, and didn’t even say thanks to the fact that we had to set up all their back line and guess at everything. And of course my poor monitor tech had to read everyone’s mind in what they needed in their 8 mix monitor wish list.
All that said, I love their old music, especially the song Slippin into Darkness, one of my favs . Don’t know how long they toured under that name, I suspect a very short time.
Hey great avatar BTW.
Ha. We used to play that song at football games when I was in the marching band. The crowd loved it. But it got kind of annoying for us
That's one of the songs that, if it comes on just as you get home from the grocery store, you have to sit in the car blasting it...even if you have ice cream in the bag.
There is a movie with
The outtro is a church song played on clarinet
Had to help Mrs.
Couldn't break away to my Peavey
Think the name is
What a friend we have in Jesus...
Can't find it except tween my ears...
This one is linked on the Wiki page for the movie...
The old rugged cross?
Always liked Rip Torn. BRILLIANT stage name.
Not a sound clip, but
The soundtrack features New Orleans clarinetist George Lewis playing the hymn "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." 
Be grateful it isn't the theme song for Anamaniacs.
I would take Ice Ice Baby over Achy Breaky Heart any day!!!!!
I had no idea the same band did Low Rider and Why Can't We Be Friends. Drastically different tunes.
Plug in and play along with it. That might make the ear worm even worse, but you gotta get it out of your system man, you gotta eat that fat worm at the bottom of the bottle!