Deaky Weekly - English Edition -
*This page consists of deaky-topics that arose on my website in this week.
I hope you'll enjoy it.
On This Week In The History
2.12(1967) : New Opposition played at New Parks Boys Club, Leicester.
2.16(1968) : The Opposition played at Youth Club, Lutterworth.
2.17(1968) : The Opposition played at Dog & Gun, Syston.
2.15(1969) : The Art played at Rugby Club, Tyers.
What's New ? [Updated record]
- Fan Gallery : 'Expectation of 'Deacon 2001'? '.
What's In? [Deaky-topics in this week]
- Where is his sign?
I've wanted to ask you for a long time whether John's signature exists on this tribute poster or not.(From QueenZone)
I can see both Brian's and Roger's, but I cannot find John's writing...what do you think?
About the name 'Sammy' in the song 'Spread Your Wings', Andrew gave me the following comment. (Thanks Andrew for helping!)
I doubt very much it has anything to do with Sammy Davis Jr. In fact,
there's nothing to suggest it.
Sammy, is a average English name, much like Johnny or Bobby is. By using a
common name, it suggests that this character is part of the lower class of
society (90% of the population). Thus, it reflects the state of which this
person is in. Since he has an average name, he does average things like
"watching the show" (e.g. TV) and holding a low-paid job by "sweeping".
If they had've used a more "posh" name, like Charles, or William, the name
would not have related to the disfunctional character. Yet, shortened names
like Charlie, and Billy would've fit better, as they are more related to the
average working class person.
By the way, I have one more question about 'Spread Your Wings'. Listening through the album, I think the volume of this song is a bit lower than the others. Is it merely my CD's problem?
- Bass sound : Khashoggi's Ship
One of my Japanese guests told me that she's really absorbed in the great rhythm of this song. I've not noticed it before, but it's like skipping, indeed!
Thank you for reading! See you next week!