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Saturday, May 22, 2010

Live from Caffienated Comics

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Updated on 5.23.10: KJ Paul has added the afternoon's playlist on his website. Check out for more info.

We're here at Caffeinated Comics with my friends Paul, Scott, George, Tanya, and Rob. David Pinch is the Owner/Barista host of CaffCom and who just cranked out "Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Bonnie Tyler.

KJ Paul sang "Against The Wind" and I just rattled off "All Right Now". Scott and Tanya are duet-ing Cheryl Crow and Kid Rock's "Picture".as I write this sentence...

Scott now singing Deep Blue Something's "Breakfast At Tiffany's". Where are you? Bring yourselves down to CaffCom, have a tea and sing some songs...

Paul is up again with Elton John's "Tonight".
George on the Elton John rock block with "Someone Saved My Life Tonight" with an apparent case of Blue Balls...
Il Duce doing "Saturday Night's All Right for Fighting".
A short break to resolve a technical issue.
Back to the live action with Rob Il Duce singing "Daniel". He still looks like Il Duce.
A silky smooth George sings "Sister Golden Hair". Now David sings "If You Could Read My Mind", by Gordon Lightfoot. I think it's time for another Rock Block. Yaz perhaps? Kenny Rogers?

It's been decided. We're doing a Culture Club rock block!!!
Kitty sang "Pineapple Head". Ben sang Cream's "Sunshine of Your Love". AW sang Audioslave's "Show Me How to Live". Tanya sings Chapman's "Fast Car".

It's rock blocks featuring Culture Club then The Beatles. Nino George opens with "Time". Scott biting his nails to Kharma Chameleon... or is he playing the air harmonica?

Kitty sings "Use Someobody" from Kings of Leon. I think there is a glitch in the rock block...
Meanwhile, my blogger app is acting screwy. My photos will now be out of sync with my posts. No worries, you get the gist, right? Up again is George with "A Day in the Life". Come together sucks as a Karaoke song; it's too slow in my opinion.

Now uploading additional photos to Ash Wednesday Karaoke Insider's Group, on Facebook.

Just completed The Beatles' Rock Block. Now for the closing songs. CaffCom Karaoke almost done for May. It was so much fun. Sad :-(

And so concludes another chapter of Caffeinated Comics. But not before George and Scott duet Cat Stevens' "Please Come to Boston". It was a very good afternoon and we wish you could have been here. But in the end, it just meant more chances for us to sing. Maybe next time, fellow Karaokista's!

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