So this band USED to be "nannies", in other words. Are there any bands out there that used to be called something relating to a female goat?
Run with this.
Gary Chardonnay Says™ **Here are all the things #7 is not: Explosions in the Sky, Ra Ra Riot, The Mountain Goats, A Perfect Circle, Phish, Fleet Foxes or Sublime. **Nope, not a one. RT @tylercarter24: garychardonnay Has the answer to clue #7 played Bonnaroo before? **#Rooclue #7 is the list on page 1 is updated, then no I haven't seen a correct guess yet.
Guesses: (page 1) LCD Soundsystem Pink Floyd (he never ruled it out ITM!) Beach Boys Phosphorescent Tapes N Tapes The Mountain Goats The Extra Lens Go-Go Jungle Fleet Foxes A Perfect Circle
(page 2) Billy Goat Ra Ra Riot
(page 3) Soundgarden Indigo Girls
(page 5) Archers of Loaf
(page 6) Robert Plant and The Band of Joy Widespread Panic Cake Drums
(page 7) The New Pornographers
(not mentioned in this thread) Explosions In The Sky Phish Sublime
-When I Hear My Name -Dead Leaves and the Dirty Ground -Blue Orchid -Passive Manipulation -Red Rain -Death Letter -My Doorbell -Hotel Yorba -Same Boy You've Always Known -Lovesick -Little Ghost -We're Going to Be Friends -The Hardest Button to Button -Black Math -The Nurse -I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself
Encore: -Ball and Biscuit -Seven Nation Army -Screwdriver
Post by fearofpride on Feb 1, 2011 17:38:38 GMT -5
i found there's a book called the nanny diaries written by two former nannies. And there's a movie from it staring Scarlet Johansson, who does sing. I'm l;ooking at the soundtrack trying to see if theres anything about it that would bring an answer.
Post by plasticpepper on Feb 1, 2011 17:42:58 GMT -5
Sweet, I did a thing!
So, running with that idea, we have "Sun shines on these former goats." Or something along those lines. If we actually think Mountain Goats, wiki lists a lot of former members and/or collaborators and associated acts and stuff like that. I don't know much about them, but since it says kids and/or nannies - as in plural goats - I think we can rule out solo performers who worked with Mountain Goats like Annie Clark and Kaki King.
What's jumping out to me is The Extra Lens, which is John Darnielle (Mountain Goats) and Franklin Bruno (who's a former/sometimes member of Mountain Goats). The Extra Lens used to be The Extra Glenns, so the repeated sound could account for the second half of the clue. And although Darnielle isn't a FORMER Goat, wiki says The Extra Glenns released an album including some previously unreleased Mountain Goats songs, so I guess you could maybe say those SONGS were former Goats. And sun shining on a lens could make some sort of sense...moreso than anything else I saw connected to Mountain Goats.
But like I said, I don't know anything about these people/bands/etc. And even though it definitely seems to be something to do with goats, it very well may not have anything to do with Mountain Goats.
Post by plasticpepper on Feb 1, 2011 17:49:11 GMT -5
Another possibility might be Mike Dillon's Go-Go Jungle, although I know NOTHING about them and have no idea if they'd be remotely likely for a clue.
But the band appears to be made up of former members of the band Billy Goat (and with our clue mentioning kids and nannies, the billy goat would be the one other member of the family). And the "Go-Go" could account for the sound persistence / repetition thing.
But my guess is that they're not clue-worthy, but like I said I know nothing about 'em.