hyndford street is a van morrison song with lyrics resembling what dj said
This clue is definitely based on the Van Morrison Song. Radio Luxembourg is mentioned multiple times in the song. There is a band called Radio Luxembourg that played Glastonbury in 2007 and they have a new album coming out.
Post by sweetmelissa on Jan 23, 2009 12:46:02 GMT -5
So we know that the clue is referencing Van Morrison.... The Allman Brothers cover Van's "Into the Mystic" and "And it Stoned Me" which were both on Moondance, one of Van's earlier albums. Maybe this is pointing to the Brothers??!!
Also... Van has a song titles "I'd Love to ROO You" off of Tupelo Honey.
Post by monkeymonkeyjoyjoy on Jan 23, 2009 14:17:14 GMT -5
Van Morrison On Hyndford Street Lyrics: Take me back, take me way, way, way back On Hyndford Street Where you could feel the silence at half past eleven On long summer nights As the wireless played Radio Luxembourg And the voices whispered across Beechie River In the quietness as we sank into restful slumber in the silence And carried on dreaming, in God And walks up Cherry Valley from North Road Bridge, railway line On sunny summer afternoons Picking apples from the side of the tracks That spilled over from the gardens of the houses on Cyprus Avenue Watching the moth catcher working the floodlights in the evenings And meeting down by the pylons Playing round Mrs. Kelly's lamp Going out to Hollywood on the bus And walking from the end of the lines to the seaside Stopping at Fusco's for ice cream In the days before rock 'n' roll [ Find more Lyrics at www.mp3lyrics.org/SRh8 ] Hyndford Street, Abetta Parade Orangefield, St. Donard's Church Sunday six-bells, and in between the silence there was conversation And laughter, and music and singing, and shivers up the back of the neck And tuning in to Luxembourg late at night And jazz and blues records during the day Also Debussy on the third programme Early mornings when contemplation was best Going up the Castlereagh hills And the cregagh glens in summer and coming back To Hyndford Street, feeling wondrous and lit up inside With a sense of everlasting life And reading Mr. Jelly Roll and Big Bill Broonzy And "Really The Blues" by "Mezz" Mezzrow And "Dharma Bums" by Jack Kerouac Over and over again And voices echoing late at night over Beechie River And it's always being now, and it's always being now It's always now Can you feel the silence? On Hyndford Street where you could feel the silence At half past eleven on long summer nights As the wireless played Radio Luxembourg And the voices whispered across Beechie River And in the quietness we sank into restful slumber in silence