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Bill McCloskey


Post  Posted 19 Dec 2020 9:48 am    
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Here is the game: Can you find a reference to steel guitar in any literature? Pre-pedal steel for extra credit.

The High Wall by Raymond Chandler

Philip Marlowe trying to get info out of the chauffeur:

"His foxy little eyes flicked around this way and that and he moved behind the car, with a jerk of the head I went over near him.

'How's the little old expense account?' he asked in a small careful voice.

'Fat with inactivity'

'For five I could start thinking.'

'I wouldn't want to make it that tough for you.'

'For ten I could sing like four canaries and a steel guitar.'

"I don't like these plushy orchestrations.' I said."
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