Christmas Quizzes 2018–2019
Solution of the Day : 3 January
the spaces (and brackets!) from the title of this little early waltz one
can lay bare the word ‘enemy’ lurking within it, all five letters
b x 3
Unusually this Procol song title is simply a female name often
associated with the actress Blanche Roosevelt in The Pirates of
Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan.
Easy Google-job, no?
u x 4
Jubilant Procol fans, at a concert in July 1997, heard a mere fragment
of this then-obscure Brooker/Reid song – it wasn't on the setlist, but
it appears in concert reports at 'Beyond the Pale' – and played only as a
piano/organ duet, whereas the full studio version, when it was finally
recorded and released on CD, was played by the entire band.
2 x j
started in positions 2, 3 and 4 in each song-title, and were therefore
ag, gd, da, ab, be, el, ro, ob, be
The one letter-pair
that appears twice is 'be'
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