Mike from Boston wrote: They all play a clip of their signature song. Ernie's is Rubber Ducky, at the end he laughs- it sounds exactly like Shane's laugh. Uncanny.
firehazard wrote:Mike from Boston wrote: They all play a clip of their signature song. Ernie's is Rubber Ducky, at the end he laughs- it sounds exactly like Shane's laugh. Uncanny.
It does, too. I've long wondered whether Shane was artistically influenced by Ernie, or vice versa. And if Shane is Ernie, then who in the Pogues universe is Bert?
PS Love those pics, Caukill!
Eckhard wrote:You mean the Pogues are a "Sesame Street"-cover band?
firehazard wrote:Well, having experienced many years of watching it with the kids, as far as I'm aware none of the Pogues' songs were ever given the Sesame Street treatment. Which is a bit of a shame, really. I'd like to have seen that. Some of those Sesame Street covers of rock classics weren't at all bad.
Low D wrote:having 3 kids ourselves, we've noticed & commented to each other on the ernie/shane laugh connection. glad we're not alone. not alone in noticing that, or not alone in being pogues fans with kids, either way. indeed, it's on the tv even as i type this.
Johan From Sweden wrote: Wen he was 4 he always wanted to hear "The Whiskey song, please dad" No days his favorite is Tuesday morning and body of an american. and he knows all the lyrics as well, hes started to change the Tuesday morning into everyday and especially on Mondays, but who can blame him. TO MANY SAD DAYS, TO MANY MONDAY MORNINGS.
Low D wrote:our favourite song in this house (yes, i admit, we have a favourite. hey, kids outnumber adults in this house, go with the flow...) is Put Down the Ducky (if you wanna play the saxaphone), which they did with a medley of performers, clip style.
Rose wrote:Okay...i know no one has posted on here forever but, I've been trying to esearch this type of laugh cause my Irish grandpa and my dad both laugh this way...I totally can't find anything. I thought it might be an Irish thing, but maybe it's just weird?
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