40 Watt Moon | Becky Quick

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Becky Quick

by 40 Watt Moon

powerpop homage to CNBC's lovely Squawk Box host.
Genre: Pop: Power Pop
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This song was written in about ten minutes time early one morning (and, after yet another trip down insomnia avenue) while watching CNBC's Squawk Box program..

It was recorded a few weeks later during more late nite hours at the one and only Sun Studios here in Memphis, TN..

Becky is top notch, and really is the "best thing about six o'clock"..



p.s.
look for our "Becky Quick" video on youtube.com






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MEMPHIS FLYER
Music / Television
Recession-Proof Serenade: "Becky Quick"
Posted by Greg Akers on Fri, May 22, 2009 at 3:31 PM

A CNBC anchor is getting shown some love from the local music group 40 Watt Moon. The popsters penned an ode to Squawk Box's Becky Quick in their song, named after the financial-news TV personality.

Some lyrics from "Becky Quick":
"Squawk Box, she's a fox,
The best thing about 6 o'clock
When I turn on my TV.

Market falls, margin calls,
Think I mighta just lost it all.
Then she smiles at me."



40 Watt Moon is:
Kevin Pusey: lead vocals, guitar
Chip Googe: lead guitars, background vocals
Michael Duncan : bass guitar
Mark Miller: drums, percussion

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