The trivia question. Eddie Vedder covered this tune from Canadian singer-songwriter Indio. Indio (Gordon Peterson) released 1 album in his career titled “Big Harvest” in 1989. This was a hit in Canada and became worldwide after Eddie covered it.
Canadian folk singer Ron Hynes hit gold in 1976 with the Sonny’s Dream. The song has become a standard and has been recorded by a multitude of artists around the world, The version here is a live duet with Alan Doyle of the group Great Big Sea.
“Shop Around” by The Miracles. The song was recorded and released in 1960. This was before they were known as Smokey Robinson and the Miracles. The artist on this classic was credited as The Miracles (featuring Bill “Smokey” Robinson”.
We had no winner on this one, so Rebecca’s stupendous award has, once again, been forced to wait on it’s introduction to the world.
Today’s question will leave Motown and move on to Blackburn, Lancashire.
Q: In the song “A Day In The Life” by the Beatles, there is a line referring to a particular place. What is Blackburn, Lancashire and why does it have 4,000 holes in it?
I left you all with some homework. The question was very subjective and the answers showed it. Having said that, I did not see any that were anywhere near as disgusting as the one I have put up. It blows away the competition, making all the other contenders smell badly. Feast your eyes on Mr. Methane.