Hey everybody, as the Little River Band said. Welcome to the twenty-third shin-splinting week of Name That Tune at Popdose. Rules can be your friend, or just a casual acquaintance if you’re not ready for that deep a commitment:
MAXIMUM THREE GUESSES between updates of the list, to give everyone a chance to play. An update of the list is when I post the entire list of correct guesses.
The Puzzle clip may only be guessed once between updates. You may guess the puzzle song if you have already made your three regular guesses.
While I’m not going to be a stickler for spelling and punctuation, you must guess the correct musician and song title to a close approximation. How the game is played:I have uploaded twenty-five very brief song clips. Most of the songs are well known; none of them are obscure. The clips are drawn from a variety of styles and decades. It’s likely that you’ll find a few of them instantly recognizable, while a few others you won’t know at all (but other people will, maybe even everybody else).There are two parts to this game. The first is guessing the songs themselves. The second part is guessing the puzzle song (clip 25). No acrostic this time. The first twenty-four songs have something in common that points to the identity of the puzzle song. (And of course, if the puzzle song is guessed early, that ought to help nail down the rest of the songs.)
Some songs may go unguessed the first time round. If songs remain persistently unguessed, I’ll offer clues of dubious help.
I suggest subscribing to the comments on the post (click on â€œTrack Commentsâ€) to more easily follow the progress of the game. Remember, maximum three guesses between updates. Don’t drink and post. Hav fun!
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