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Laura Love — A Ha Me A Riddle A Day
Album: Helvetica Bold
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Length: 4:08
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Catchy! I heard this song once, in 1988 or so, and I could still remember the tune decades later.
She is great Live!!:bounce: :bounce: :bounce:
None too easy on the eyes or ears
lionirons wrote:
I "ha me a riddle a day", then "glug me a cup o' coffee a day" then "bitch me a lot o' me job a day"...
freaking hilarious comments!!! :lol:
skooney wrote:
funny she should name her album Helvetica Bold and then not use the typeface?
Actually, I think the album is called Helve Tica Bold, which is altogether different.
Almost as awful as the album cover :hand:
This brings out the Bavarian in me.. ok so I don't have any Bavarian in me but I wish I could yodel like that.
mattt wrote:
Or Comic Sans. :bleah:
Hey, I like Comic Sans.
I "ha me a riddle a day", then "glug me a cup o' coffee a day" then "bitch me a lot o' me job a day"...
Nice "Oliver" reference in this song!
ah ha me riddle a don't want to hear this anymore.
smackiepipe wrote:
I can live with that, as long as she doesn't pick Souvenir Bold or Zaph Chancery.
Or Comic Sans. :bleah:
skooney wrote:
funny she should name her album Helvetica Bold and then not use the typeface?
Yes. ;)
Liking this! Didn't even know how sad I was. Ha me riddle ah dey oh, celtic pick a bale o' cotton O.
This sucks!
I saw Laura Love a few years back at a small rural "Opera House", and she and her band kicked ass! Great energy and enthusiasm for what she was doing and an appreciation for the crowd. The band was first rate. Well worth seeing! edit: funny she should name her album Helvetica Bold and then not use the typeface?
This is cool. Thanks! I'll look out for this song/artist and buy a CD, probably. When I do, I'll send a note to the record label telling the fu*(&$ers that I got introduced to their artist and subsequently lined their pockets due solely to the money-gubbing, piracy-encouraging, constitution-challenging criminals at Radio Paradise. :fire:
daveesh wrote:
*MUTE*
Deaf and dumb too? :lol:
Based on this, I bought a hits package of her. Didn't like it much. However, RIAA folks that might be reading: I bought her CD only because I'd heard her on RadioParadise. NO COMMERCIAL, CLEAR CHANNEL STATIONS WERE PLAYING HER MUSIC. RADIOPARADISE GENERATES ALBUM SALES.
Love Laura! :sunny:
Whoa! Blast from the past. Saw her several years ago at the Winnepeg Folk Festival. Good energy.
Leslie wrote:
What an hilarious album title. I wonder what her next one will be....perhaps Helvetica Oblique.... :lol: :lol:
I can live with that, as long as she doesn't pick Souvenir Bold or Zaph Chancery.
This is awesome. Let's keep it up to finish out Friday!!!
*MUTE*
WOW! What a plesant surprise. I saw her at Riverbend in Chattanooga the year this came out. Very nice person to chat with to. :cheesygrin:
Nice and cheerful. I also like the \'together\' rythmn section. The OLIVER riff was very well placed! :)
What an hilarious album title. I wonder what her next one will be....perhaps Helvetica Oblique.... :lol: :lol:
Kinda like this, although I must say the OLIVER riff in the middle kinda woke me up.
Great to hear Laura she has other good songs also and is great live