RFDuck says…”Hello mamboers! Yesterday was Crank Up The Stereo Day. Name three songs that make you crank up your stereo.”
“Baby Got Back” by Sir MixALot
“Papa Loved Mama” by Garth Brooks
“Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns N’ Roses
RFDuck says…”Greetings! Here’s another Mambo. Today is Get On The Computer Day. But, what day isn’t? Name an artist or band that you learned about through the computer/internet (a website, a youtube video, etc.) and tell us why you like them.”
My response: Blue October…an online friend told me about the band and then sent me to a web site to listen to a few of Blue October’s songs. The first song I heard was “Hate Me” and I loved it…and the band members are hot!
RFDuck says…”Hello everyone! Today is Tick Tock Day here at the Mambo. Name three songs about time (in general, or mentioning a specific time, etc.)”
“Fly Like An Eagle” by Steve Miller
“Time of Your Life (Good Riddance)” by Green Day
“Time After Time” by Cindi Lauper
RFDuck says…”Hello everyone! We’re supposed to get some snow this week, so that will be today’s theme.
1. Name a song about snow
2. Name a song by a snow-related artist or band
3. You’re stuck inside because of a snow day. You have a fire going and a mug of hot cocoa in hand. What album do you play in this scenario?”
1. “Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow”
2. Snow Patrol
3. Christmas Eve and Other Stories by the Trans Siberian Orchestra
RFDuck says…”Hello everyone! Today is Imagine Day, in honor of John Lennon.”
1. What is your favorite John Lennon song, solo or Beatles?
2. What do you consider John Lennon’s best recorded performance?
3. What does John Lennon mean to you?
My answer: I have not listened to much John Lennon or the Beatles but what I have heard I do like. My favorite song is “I Saw Her Standing There” but I think the best recorded performance was/is “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band”.
RFDuck says…”HHello everyone! Welcome to another Mambo. Name five songs that remind you of the color blue.
1. “Hate Me” by Blue October
2. “Blue Suede Shoes” by Elvis
3. “Blue” by Eiffel 65
4. “Blue Christmas” by Elvis
5. “Blue” by Leanne Rimes
RFDuck says…”Hello everyone! I’ve been listening to a lot of soul music lately, so that will be today’s topic. Name a few of your favorite soul singers/groups and a few of your favorite soul songs.”
Singers: Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin
Groups: The Jackson 5
Songs: “Respect” by Aretha Franklin