Gasoline Alley, 51 years ago today:
Looking at Joe’s tambourine going “Jingle Jangle” and thinking they could set down all the other instruments and sing The Archies’ catalog, rhythmically yet spriritually. “Sugar…(sweet is our Lord)…Ohhh, Honey Honey…(even bees buzz His name)…” Depending on the denomination, that may be enough. Are they Unitarians?
For their next song they might sing "Hallelujah " and "Hare Krishna ".
what would you call “you shook me all night long”?
Bill repaired his car so he and Walt drive to the golf course, 100 years ago today in the Alley: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EiRovthXcAAydh-?format=jpg
Wilmer and Skeezix discuss the former’s meeting with the boss, 80 years ago today in the Alley: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EiRpUDPXgAECvBX?format=jpg
The Browns notice Skeezix walking with the burglar, 75 years ago today in the Alley: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EiRqGU3WoAEB7z_?format=jpg
Clovia goes door-to-door with election handbills, 60 years ago today in the Alley: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EiRqk40WoAEihA3?format=jpg
Here’s what was appearing on NBC, 60 years ago tonight: https://imgur.com/ISaLPh4
Is “Mississippi Sawyers” the first Suzuki Twinkle Variation? I’d be kind of impressed if this guy had been a good enough dad to put that boy into Suzuki violin lessons when he was little. :)
Since it appears to be a jingle jangle morning, maybe they could take a stab at a Dylan tune.
That might work. After all, A Mighty Fortress Is Our God was taken from a pub song of centuries earlier.
Oh, we have some singers. What are the lyrics to “The Good Samaritan” and to “The Thirsty Apostle”?