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* Constantinople's change of name was the theme for a song made famous by The Four Lads and later covered by They Might Be Giants and many others entitled " Istanbul ( Not Constantinople )".
* 1959 – John Linnell, American singer-songwriter and musician ( They Might Be Giants )
* The They Might Be Giants song " Where Your Eyes Don't Go " on their second album, Lincoln, featured the lines " You're free to come and go / Or talk like Kurtis Blow.
* Lincoln ( album ), a 1988 album by They Might Be Giants
* 1960 – John Flansburgh, American musician and songwriter ( They Might Be Giants and Mono Puff )
As session musician, he recorded with Suzanne Vega, Lauryn Hill, Zack de la Rocha, Young Ryda, Ed Rush and Optical, Firewater, They Might Be Giants and Greg Kurstin.
* Severe Tire Damage ( album ), a 1998 album by the band They Might Be Giants
They Might Be Giants ( sometimes abbreviated as TMBG ) is an American alternative band formed in 1982 by John Flansburgh and John Linnell.
At their first concert, They Might Be Giants performed under the name El Grupo De Rock and Roll, because the show was a Sandinista rally in Central Park, and all of the audience members spoke Spanish Soon discarding this title, the band assumed the name of a 1971 film They Might Be Giants ( starring George C. Scott and Joanne Woodward ), which is in turn taken from a Don Quixote passage about how Quixote mistook windmills for evil giants.
According to Dave Wilson, in his book Rock Formations, the name They Might Be Giants had been used and subsequently discarded by a friend of the band who had a ventriloquism act.
From 1984-1987, They Might Be Giants were the house-band at Darinka, a Lower East Side performance club.
The review caught the attention of Bar / None Records, who signed They Might Be Giants to a recording deal.
Longtime listeners to Dial-A-Song have counted at least 500 distinct songs and variations recorded by They Might Be Giants, making them one of the most prolific rock bands in history in terms of published material.
This was replaced in August 2006 however, with a page promoting the They Might Be Giants podcasts.
In 1989, They Might Be Giants signed with Elektra Records, and released their third album Flood the following year.
In 1990, Throttle magazine interviewed They Might Be Giants and clarified the meaning of the song " Ana Ng ": John Flansburgh said, " Ng is a Vietnamese name.
In early 1992, They Might Be Giants released Apollo 18.
In 1999, They Might Be Giants became the first major label recording artist to release an entire album exclusively in mp3 format.
Labeled They Might Be Giants vs. McSweeney's, the disk appears in issue No. 6 of Timothy McSweeney's Quarterly Concern.
They Might Be Giants performing at Bar None, in Brooklyn, NY
They Might Be Giants were in a letter for Joe and Blue.
They Might Be Giants perform a free show at Amoeba Music in Hollywood, CA on March 25, 2005

They and Be
* That They All May Be One

They and Giants
They began their post-season play by shutting out the Giants in New York 23 – 0.
They were defeated again by the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLVI.
They finally moved into their own dedicated state-of-the-art stadium in 1976, when they moved into Giants Stadium at the Meadowlands in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
They are also known as " the White Elephants " or simply " the Elephants ", in reference to then New York Giants ' manager John McGraw's calling the team a " white elephant ".
They had a young star in the likes of Jack Clark, along with veteran first baseman Willie McCovey, second baseman Bill Madlock ( whom the Giants had acquired from the Chicago Cubs ,) shortstops Johnnie LeMaster and Roger Metzger, and third baseman Darrell Evans.
They and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim are the only MLB California teams to originate in California ; the Dodgers and Giants are originally from New York, and the Athletics are originally from Philadelphia.

They and song
They will kneel and plead for Boris' leadership in a strangely intense song, its phrases irregularly broken as if gasping for breath, but when the police with their cudgels move away, they mock and grumble and fight among themselves.
They were concept albums, and typically began with an instrumental introduction which faded into the first song, often had an instrumental piece in the middle of the second LP side, and concluded with a quiet, melancholic, or powerful song.
They both frequently quoted folk song melodies verbatim and wrote pieces derived entirely from authentic songs.
They performed the song " Too Hot ta Trot " during the dance contest ; their songs " Brick House " and " Easy " were also played during the movie.
They can often record and playback samples, and full audio tracks, so could be used to record an entire song.
Making prominent use of electronic instruments, the album, which reunited Bowie with Let's Dance producer Nile Rodgers, confirmed Bowie's return to popularity, hitting the number one spot on the UK charts and spawning three top 40 hits, including the top 10 song " Jump They Say ".
They met Mark Mothersbaugh around 1970, who introduced them to the pamphlet " Jocko Homo Heavenbound ", which includes an illustration of a winged devil labeled " D-EVOLUTION " and would later inspire the song " Jocko Homo ".
They also remixed a song by Datarock, " Computer Camp ", which can be heard on the band's MySpace page.
2008 The Egyptian Lover records with Who Cares on the song " They Killed the Radio "
They are said to be gifted in magic, mentally sharp and lovers of nature, art, and song.
They dedicated an acoustic version of Duke Ellington's " Jump for Joy " to him, a song they never performed at any other time of their career.
One of his most famous numbers is " They Ain't Makin ' Jews Like Jesus Anymore ," a song in which Kinky verbally and physically beats up a drunken white racist who berates blacks, Jews, Greeks, and Sigma Nus in a bar.
They then went on a joint tour together the song peaked at 26 on the hot ac chart and 51 on the country chart.
They commonly contain a sequencer that allows the creation of drum patterns, and allows them to be arranged into a song.
They skirted the land of the Sirens, who sang an enchanting song that normally caused passing sailors to steer toward the rocks, only to hit them and sink.
They point out that Denisoff had paid little attention to the song tunes of protest music, considered them strictly subordinate to the texts, a means to the message.
" They Can't Stop The Spring ", a song by Irish journalist and songwriter John Waters, represented Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2007.
They also performed a cover of the George of the Jungle theme song for the 1997 movie of the same name.
Steve Bulmarck and the other men ponder the lonely nomadic life they lead in the song " They Call the Wind Maria ".
They watch as the Transylvanians, servants and a tap-dancing groupie dance the film's signature song, " Time Warp ".
They scored another hit with songwriter, Alan O ' Day's " Rock and Roll Heaven ", a paean to several deceased rock singers: Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, Otis Redding, Jim Croce and Bobby Darin are among the mentioned ( Croce and Darin died within three months of each other in late 1973, shortly before the song was released ).
They instead recorded the song at RCA's Nashville studio with Porter trying a completely new strategy: building the mix from the top down rather than from the bottom up, beginning with the close-miked background vocals in the foreground and ending with the rhythm section soft in the background.

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