Won't Eat Prunes Again

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i think its a great song and its also a great who parody also my favorite rare al song
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Big fan of the accordion solo at the end of this track.
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I think this song has like one of the best accordion solos, this song should have been released.

im glad people put it on youtube, back in like 2005, the only version of this I had was one someone put on limewire, that was like 20 seconds long.
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Never heard of it. It's on youtube?

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Is the usage of the jew's harp at the end a reference to The Who's song "Join Together," released about the same time as "Won't Get Fooled Again?" "Join Together" prominently uses the same instrument.
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JohnnyLurg wrote:Is the usage of the jew's harp at the end a reference to The Who's song "Join Together," released about the same time as "Won't Get Fooled Again?" "Join Together" prominently uses the same instrument.
I'm sure that was a coincidence.

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Eyeball Chair wrote:
JohnnyLurg wrote:Is the usage of the jew's harp at the end a reference to The Who's song "Join Together," released about the same time as "Won't Get Fooled Again?" "Join Together" prominently uses the same instrument.
I'm sure that was a coincidence.
I wouldn't be asking if the jew's harp wasn't such an uncommon instrument in popular music.
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But a glockenspiel is an unusual instrument as well, but al uses that
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minnick27 wrote:But a glockenspiel is an unusual instrument as well, but al uses that
I stand corrected.

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Eyeball Chair wrote:
minnick27 wrote:But a glockenspiel is an unusual instrument as well, but al uses that
I stand corrected.
Name one song that Al plays glockenspiel on.
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