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Initial post: 26 Jan 2014 11:16:07 GMT
"Give it more cowbell" I didn't understand this reference till I watched that BBC4 documentary about American rock anthems. Did anyone else see it?

Posted on 26 Jan 2014 11:23:47 GMT
Gordon Dent says:
I didn't see the documentary, and the idea of watching a programme about "American rock anthems" seems peculiarly masochistic, but I thought the "more cowbell" remark had been around since the time of Mahler's 6th Symphony.

Posted on 26 Jan 2014 11:29:56 GMT
Did Christopher Walken tell Mahler to 'give it more cowbell?'

Posted on 26 Jan 2014 11:35:24 GMT
Honky Tonk Women.........

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Jan 2014 11:43:12 GMT
Sparky says:
No, it was David Dickinson I believe.

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Jan 2014 12:20:05 GMT
Brass Neck says:
No that was give it more Tango.

In reply to an earlier post on 26 Jan 2014 12:43:10 GMT
nocheese says:
Cell Block Tango

This is pretty good, but it needs more cowbell.

Posted on 26 Jan 2014 12:46:59 GMT
Last Tango In Paris by Gato Barbieri...230.33?!!...and not even a single cowbell to be heard! ;o>

Posted on 26 Jan 2014 12:59:56 GMT
Lez Lee says:
There's an old thread on ' Classical forum called 'What Classical Music Needs more Cowbell?'
The OP is:
"Many of you have probably seen Saturday Night Live's skit "I Need More Cowbell". If you haven't go to Youtube and view it. What pieces of classical music are missing something?"

Posted on 26 Jan 2014 15:53:09 GMT
N. Hudson says:
My favourite cowbell (and my daughter's, aged 4): Procul Harum's "Whisky Train"
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