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Posted by R. Berg on May 11, 2001

In Reply to: Re: Foodish names posted by R. Berg on May 10, 2001

: : : : By the way . . . Fontella Bass, Red Snapper, Catfish Hodge Band, Charlie Musselwhite, Honky Toast, Salsa Picante, Three Dog Night (they eat doggies in China and Korea, ya know), Root Doctors (could be radish, parsnip, beet, etc.), Billy Bacon & the Forbidden Pigs, and others.

: : : Brownie McGhee, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Rosemary Clooney, Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, Perry (a beverage) Como. Maybe Wolfman Jack (cheese), but I'm not sure he sang anything. --rb

: : Those are good r.b. Ever heard of the old blues singer Barbecue Bob? Koko Taylor (whoops, unacceptable spelling?) No, I wouldn't want to eat a Leadbelly, no matter how ya cooked it! mort

: Just thought of another one. Muddy Waters. --rb

Creedence Clearwater Revival, Pigmeat Pete Smith, Pigmeat Jarrett, Johnny Mars (blues . . . candy bar), Iggy Pop (soda), Def Jam.

Half a point for kitchenware? Tina Turner, the Platters, the Coasters, the Lovin' Spoonful?

This site has many names of obscure British groups from the sixties, such as Ray Anton and the Peppermint Men, C-Jam Blues, and the Candy Dates: http://www.geocities.com/fabgear6366/Infowanted.htm