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Tag Archives: music
Jim Adams is our host and this week’s theme is artists who died aged 27. Jim listed loads, and I have gone with Back to Black which was written by Mark Ronson & Amy Winehouse.
Eco Friendly eh? Here you go then Rory: Top of the list is definitely Earth Song by Michael Jackson. Roll Away the Stone by Mott the Hoople Mud, Mud, Glorious Mud https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1QW85kfakJc Where have all the flowers gone by Joan … Continue reading
Jim Adams is our host and you can find out more here This week the theme is Sweet, Honey, Sugar, Candy, Chocolate suggested by Angie of King Ben’s Grandma. One of the things I like about this challenge is the … Continue reading
Jim Adams is our host and you can check out some brilliant music in the comments on his post today This week the theme is Australian music. Jim gives us plenty of artists to chose from and when I saw … Continue reading
This week, Jim has chosen another of my suggestions, this being novelty songs. ‘Shaddap you face’ by Joe Dolce kept Ultravox; Vienna off the top spot in 1981, but I am not going with that. Instead, I am opting for … Continue reading
Jim has chosen my suggestion of Sounds, Talk, Voice, Words this week for our theme. I’ve got a few for you this week: First up is Body Talk from 1981 by Imagination. The vid doesn’t do much for me, but … Continue reading
“I’ve Never Been to Me” is a ballad, written and composed by Ron Miller and Kenneth Hirsch and made popular via a recording by American singer Charlene. Although its original release in 1977 barely registered on the Billboard Hot 100, … Continue reading
This is Rory’s challenge this week. Find out more here Here are my tongue in cheek ten: Down Down by Elvis Presley : great rhythm for all that digging. Hole in the Ground by Bernard Cribbins. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yShvgXZQBTs Let’s go to … Continue reading
Many thanks to Jim Adams who hosts Song Lyric Sunday. Find out more here This week the theme is to find songs about Educate, Learn, School, Teach. The first to come to mind were Pink Floyd’s Another Brick in the … Continue reading