Welcome to another week. Here’s a song by Irish band Bell X1 to kick off the next seven days… Did Amelia Earhart and Fred Norman survive and make it to an uninhabited island… or did they simply vanish in the ocean?
Welcome to a new week. Today’s song is not the first example of one that exists because I heard it on the new music set-up at work. Unlike George Ezra’s effort though, I’d heard this Badly Drawn Boy tune some years ago. I can’t claim to have made any attempt to listen to his otherContinue reading “Song of the Week #042”
Welcome to Song of the Week #41 and step forward… Beverley Craven! This is one of those songs that, like the singer herself, I can’t claim to have much familiarity with but do have some vague sense of having at least come across the song before. In fact, I can’t even remember how I recentlyContinue reading “Song of the Week #041”
I’m going to risk my credibility by going a bit mainstream here. The music that is played at work was recently changed and there’s a surprising amount of songs by bands that I like. One (New to me) song that popped up and I couldn’t help but notice was this tune by George Ezra… EnjoyContinue reading “Song of the Week #040”
It’s been a while since I did one of these. Here are five songs with a theme, in this instance… body parts! Crowded House Fingers of Love The Platters Smoke Gets in Your Eyes Alanis Morrisette One Hand in my Pocket Take That Back for Good Sutherland Brothers and Quiver Lying in the Arms ofContinue reading “Five Songs with Body Parts in the Title”
Australian band The Faim provide the latest Song of the Week… See who’s next to appear on musical Monday, in seven days time!
Another week, another song. Not for the first time, Monday’s music comes from New Zealand… I hope that you enjoyed the song and the following seven days bring good times!
Welcome to the 37th instalment of Song of the Week! On this occasion, Elton John and Dua Lipa combine to cover… Elton John, in fact, more than one Elton John song… I like it and I hope that you do too. Enjoy the next seven days!
It was during my year in New Zealand, now over a decade in the past, that I discovered Dave Dobbyn. There seems to be a trend/celebration for singing in Maori and this effort has been well received… Enjoy your week and look out for the next Song of the Week in seven days time.
Chairlift front woman Caroline Polachek returns with a second solo album and the first song to catch attention is… Polachek has a unique style and doesn’t fit into a modern pop puppet category. I hope that you enjoyed the song and look out for Song of the Week, every week!