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TAT by TD

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Ireland
Percussion instrument sometimes used in Orchestra.  Not used in the song.  But referenced in the title.
Is not an original by the band.  It's a cover done over 10 years after original.

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33 minutes ago, Fenn said:

Ohhhhh - an instrument!

The Arse Trumpet, by... um... The Defecators?

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I knew it ! Tartan Arse Trumpet !! Irish will make percussion with anything <<< everyone knows that . lol

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Scruffy:  Alcohol may have been present.  But regrettably in this instance.  No...  

I'm enjoying this.  I want people to win.....  I wanna guess again.  But I'm also enjoying that this is a difficult one.    

So hints again!!!

I dream of women.  (I mean.  Yeah. Sure.  BUT THIS IS A HINT FOR THE SONG!)

 

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tamborine and twat by the dreamers

or perhaps tapping a tamborine (or a twat)

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I don't wanna know about your bloody tamborine!  (Is that what kids call it these days???)

 

BIG hint.  

The first word for both band and song...  "The"

 

THE - A... - T...... by THE - D......  (note:  Dots don't represent number of letters. I just pressed .... a few times.)

 

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4 minutes ago, scruffy1 said:

tamborine and twat by the dreamers

that ^^ made me quite giggle it did

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look out Walt's coming !

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OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH BLOOOOOOOOOOOODY HELL!!!!!!!!!

I feel... like Tim Ferguson staring off into space while Paul McDermott and Flacco scream "JINGLE BLOODY JANGLE" in his ear.

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The DUBLINERS (Ireland)

The Auld TRIANGLE (Percussion instrument used occassionally in Orchestra)

Originally released in 1954.  The Dubliners did it in the "Late 60s"

 

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See I knew it was about the bloody instrument !! :P~ ... I would eventually have gotten to the damn triangle

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Oh and from wiki:
 

The triangle still hangs in the prison at the centre where the wings meet on a metal gate. It is no longer used, though the hammer to beat it is mounted beside it. In the original play by Brendan Behan, the song is written as the "old triangle" not "auld triangle".

The triangle was rung regularly to signify points in the prisons routine.

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I never knew the story behind it, explains the multitude of covers. Thanks for the backstory AD

Anyway like before this one could be solved in a day, or its Gona be trixy ?

TW/O by TMB

 

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Ohhh is a day of rest and recuperation really necessary  ?! ... hhaha

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Herro everybody's the song was released as a track on an album. I think it may have been released as a single in the state's of merica about seven years later.

One part is a poem and the other a song and music.

 

 

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The last word of the first part is the first word of the second part.

 

 

 

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you know, if I hadn't let on that I'd heard a bit of the music and knew who it was I could be playin' this round ...next time I'm just gunna keep schtum .

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