Why? Really, why?
the band had a discussion at rehearsal about Joe Tunes so I pulled
these numbers out of the CJ Song database and shared it with them.
Thus, it is now shared with the world as I feel it's our job to pontificate,
regurgitate, and educate the masses. - Professor Von Joe.
Obviously, I really need to get a day job.
As of the Summer of 2005...
are currently a total of 124 Joe Tunes in the CJ Library
the 64, here are the nums....
Keys (M, m, 7ths):
Pop 18, Rock 15, Jazz 11,
Tropical 25, Love 17, Introspective 12,
Oldest songs of the 64: Kelly Ann ‘84, Sins of CJ ‘84, Silent English Walls ‘84, Castaway ‘85, Sometimes ‘86
Latest Songs: Slow Boat, Boogie Oogie Girl, The Emerald Sea, Surf's Up, Cats and Dogs
obscure and coolest CJ song rarely performed:
or False? Every Coconut Joe song has a story behind it.
The word “Marvelous” and “Satchel” are used only once and the words "Ocean" and "Moon" are used in 18 songs. "Island" is used 10 times, "Sea" 10 times, "Tropical" 6 times, though "Pacific" is only used twice (not a good sounding word to sing).
"Lucy" and "Elvis" are used twice but both influenced many songs.
There you have it. Bust out the CJ Trivia Pursuit.
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