Sep 102013
 

If, like us at SUNCAT, you love music, whether it is (alternative) rock, punk, pop, soul, blues, gospel, funk, rap, hip-hop, reggae, jazz, classical or country, take a look at some of the really weird and wonderful music titles below. There are so many to be found in SUNCAT that there is going to be a whole series of them!

Just for fun, can you tell which title(s) refer to each of the following genres: gospel; jazz; hip-hop; psychedelic rock; country; and folk?  N.B. Only one or two titles apply to each genre. Answers will appear in the next ‘Let There Be Music’ blog post.

  • Adverse effect
  • All the Madmen newsletter
  • Rose tinted windows
  • And don’t run away you punk!!!
  • Different drummer.
  • Assess your weapons.
  • No more of that.
  • BigO : before I get old.
  • Strawberries for tea.
  • Bigwig.
  • XLR8R : defining America’s electronic music underground.
  • The Birth of tragedy.
  • The Shindig in the barn.
  • Blank reception.
  • Who’s who in Christian hip-hop : artists directory.
  • Concrete beaches.
  • Here be monsters : HBM.
  • Rocking chair.
  • Grinding halt.
  • What time does the revolution start?
  • Blue yodeler.
  • Pure popcorn!
  • You can!
  • A bucketful of brains.
  • Full tilt boogie.
  • Toastie cuts.
  • Autoharp.
  • New gandy dancer.
  • Syntax : never satisfied always occupied.
  • But that’s downbeat and ridiculous, Sharon!
  • Careless talk costs lives.
  • Why are we sleeping? : a digest of Kevin Ayers.
  • Blues & rhythm, the gospel truth.
  • Nuff za nuff.
  • Circus rock immortals.

Look out for the second in the series of ‘Let There Be Music’ posts coming soon! For other music serials and other weird and wonderful titles take a look in SUNCAT.

 September 10, 2013  Posted by at 8:36 am Weird titles Tagged with:  Add comments

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