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Salutations™!!

This past Monday ended the third week in Round 13 of TLD/MM3AMMC. Before we continue, I’d like to congratulate Steve Williard on his song, “The Weather” being last week’s “featured song.”

A recap of how this works: So, on Monday morning around 8:30am or so, I go and listen to the submissions. Truth be known, I actually try to listen along the way.  But, I really listen at 8:30am. I look over the assignment, compare a2762333374_16the lyrics and songs to that assignment and then pick the one that I think makes the best representation of the assignment’s rules. To hear all the entrants this week visit the MM3AMMC website HERE.

This week, the assignment was from Patrick Ferguson: “Ok after we saw the Cure and did a Talking Heads tribute how about we have the folks write us a song that would fit nicely into the post punk era.”

This week, all 10 songwriters made the cut.

The submissions are as follows:

  • Clay Howard – “The Secrets of Her Locked Door”
  • Joshua West – “Queen of Everything”
  • G. Edward McBride – “There Comes a Hunger”
  • Patrick Ferguson – “These Bones Are Not For Sale”
  • AG Y’all (Anand Gan) – “Destination GO!”
  • Jerry Chapman – “When the Last One Falls”
  • Steve Williard – “No Words”
  • Doug Davis – “Acolyte”
  • Corky McClellan – “She’s in My Head”
  • KG Noble – “Creatures of the Night”

And the winner was… nah, you don’t get it that easy. I mean, I want you to listen to the whole show, right? So, you need to listen to find out who won. You can do that on The Less Desirables website, on iTunes, Stitcher or the newest addition, TuneIn. Or, I’ll save you the trouble and post it here, I’m good like that. And yes, there may be a reposting of this next Tuesday, you never know.

Enjoy!

Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
Scorp out!


“When you’re there can you see it? Can you see when you’re there, are you near to the time you were gone? Is it fair that you mean it? Can you see what it means to be there at the time you were wrong? When the last one falls, you’re never the same. When the last one calls, calls you by name.” – “When the Last One Falls” by Jerry Chapman (not necessarily the winner)