Thursday, February 19, 2009

Jeebus H Christ in a Chicken Basket, It's Yet Another Early Clue to the New Direction!

In 2007, from Kiev in the former Soviet Union, here's Sir Elton John singing his rampantly homophobic classic "Don't Let Your Son Go Down On Me."



Okay, lame joke. Anyway, as usual, a coveted Powerpop No-Prize will be awarded the first reader who gleans the clip's relevance to tomorrow's Weekend Listomania.

16 comments:

CovetedNOPrizeWinnerWithOakLeafCluster said...

The Freddy Mercury Memorial Collection of extraterrestrial places?

If I am right (for the first time in ages) thank you for the extra clue.

Sal Nunziato said...

Artists who have had two major hits at two different times, with the same song.

steve simels said...

No and no.
:-)

Anonymous said...

songs about michael jackson

megisi said...

Songs by artists in the midst of a suicidal crisis?

steve simels said...

Nah and nah. Although the suicide thing sounds like a great topic, if I could find enough examples.

megisi said...

Although the suicide thing sounds like a great topic, if I could find enough examples.

Well, it's how I felt the first time I heard Abba coming through my car speakers ...

Gummo said...

Big ballads?

Big piano ballads?

Big English piano ballads?

Big English poofta piano ballads?

Big English poofta piano ballads sung in foreign lands?

steve simels said...

Okay, let's try another hint.

The clue is in the song title.

Not quite literally, of course....

CovetedNOPrizeWinnerWithOakLeafCluster said...

Sunset songs.

MBowen said...

Songs about celestial objects?

WV: crashess, almost the name of a Records album!

steve simels said...

Sunset songs is getting close...

Sal Nunziato said...

Songs about giving or getting head.

Anonymous said...

songs about celestrial objects.

ROTP(lumber)

steve simels said...

What does a sunset demarcate?

dSmith said...

Evening