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Forecasts in Four Four Time

· By JeffsPuzzles · Published about 1 month ago

Constructor's Note: What songs fit the title?
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  • Randy Hunt 22:10 · about 1 month ago
    I like the music themed puzzles, Jeff. My needle wore a hole through Heavy Weather. Being a bass player, I was partial to the change in the band’s lineup.
    • JeffsPuzzles constructor · about 1 month ago
      Thanks, Randy. Jaco was other-worldly ...
    1A'Rents and sibs
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    Across
    1. 1A
      'Rents and sibs
    2. 4A
      Ripken and Coolidge, e.g.
    3. 8A
      Inferior (to poppy) bagel seed, IMO
    4. 14A
      Arias, e.g.
    5. 15A
      Skip
    6. 16A
      Peak
    7. 17A
      ... according to Foreigner
    8. 19A
      Author of "An Inconvenient Truth"
    9. 20A
      ... according to a disco classic
    10. 22A
      Celestial classification (or Sting, Sade, or Shakira, e.g.?)
    11. 23A
      Dilettante's core?
    12. 24A
      Surprisingly agile
    13. 28A
      Often wooden group of experts
    14. 30A
      Brandy designation (usually with a terminal "P")
    15. 33A
      Common Korean surname
    16. 34A
      Whence Messi (abbr.)
    17. 35A
      Breakfast staple (mix in some almond butter and blueberries!)
    18. 39A
      You might order one using one
    19. 40A
      ... according to U2
    20. 43A
      Reggae relative
    21. 45A
      Pixel arrays
    22. 46A
      Winter hrs. in Chicago
    23. 48A
      Clucker with a clutch
    24. 49A
      Employ
    25. 50A
      Create ___ (shake things up)
    26. 52A
      Finishes
    27. 54A
      Ilk
    28. 58A
      Swimmer Ledecky
    29. 60A
      Fusion band ("Birdland") whose name encompasses the theme answers
    30. 64A
      Wild cards, often
    31. 67A
      ... according to Glass Animals (or, singlularly, according to Martha and the Vandellas)
    32. 68A
      Makes part of the 1 Across
      'Rents and sibs[---]
    33. 69A
      Author Dunmore ("League of Extraordinary Women" series)
    34. 70A
      ___ Martin (cognac)
    35. 71A
      Days of the week, e.g.
    36. 72A
      Desires
    37. 73A
      Green Day drummer Cool (whose last name fits the theme)
    Down
    1. 1D
      One might use "doctor fish" to remove dead skin
    2. 2D
      Group of top-notch musicians (or, with another "r", Ringo's backing group)
    3. 3D
      Neither high-end nor low-end
    4. 4D
      "___ Fan Tutte" (Mozart)
    5. 5D
      Nitrogen compound in many pharmaceuticals (it's one letter off from a category of acids)
    6. 6D
      Permitted
    7. 7D
      Circulation enhancer
    8. 8D
      Email from a Nigerian prince, e.g.
    9. 9D
      Dakota's sister
    10. 10D
      Indications
    11. 11D
      "Te ___"
    12. 12D
      Scratch, e.g.
    13. 13D
      Common file extension
    14. 14D
      Bio and chem, e.g.
    15. 18D
      Piratical-sounding Swiss river
    16. 21D
      Quit
    17. 25D
      Takes a mulligan
    18. 26D
      Cred equivalent
    19. 27D
      "You betcha"
    20. 29D
      Armstrong or Vuitton
    21. 31D
      Dip or dance with dips
    22. 32D
      ___ Vic (famous London theatre)
    23. 36D
      Swear to
    24. 37D
      Cook or Curry
    25. 38D
      Deg. from the Iowa Writers Workshop
    26. 41D
      Arabic name meaning "father"
    27. 42D
      Meet expectations, maybe
    28. 43D
      Female pronoun
    29. 44D
      Jennings, for one
    30. 47D
      Ship with three rows of oars
    31. 51D
      Bias
    32. 53D
      Used a broom
    33. 55D
      "I didn't see you there"
    34. 56D
      Character in "The Canterbury Tales"
    35. 57D
      Acela, e.g.
    36. 59D
      On-line craft site
    37. 61D
      Big name in Art Deco (and crossword puzzles)
    38. 62D
      No. 2
    39. 63D
      GPS suggestions
    40. 64D
      How Madison and Monroe often signed their names
    41. 65D
      Neruda creation
    42. 66D
      Keystone ___
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