Musings on the byways of popular culture
07/05/2021 by retropath2 11 Comments
…. I don’t see why you shouldn’t.
07/05/2021 at 10:09
Posted this gem on the country thread and have been humming it all week since.
07/05/2021 at 12:52
I came across this gem of hers a while back.
Martin Hairnet says
07/05/2021 at 10:17
Loving this Babybird ballad right now, lyrically a knowing and poignant dissection of a relationship gone wrong.
07/05/2021 at 10:25
This has been my ear worm for the last week or two – can’t get it out of my head, as Kylie nearly said…
07/05/2021 at 10:50
Once heard, I coudn’t stop humming Midnight Driver by Minako Yoshida.
The lyrics were a bit tricky to sing along to.
07/05/2021 at 12:56
07/05/2021 at 13:01
Now and then, songs I hear for the first time just “stick” in my head. You’ve heard them once, but are humming them for weeks, nay years.
Here are two of my favourites that have done this to me.
07/05/2021 at 13:16
A new favourite from our visit to the Grand Ole Opry this week….
07/05/2021 at 14:49
How about a teenage earworm?
I asked our 18 year old which song is on repeat for him.
Here’s Rod Wave with Street Runner.
07/05/2021 at 16:48
Bit of modern pop with a great hook
07/05/2021 at 20:44
That was excellent BJB. Can’t understand it wasn’t a bigger hit.
Time to pay hommage to the Earworms of Catalonia.
Two singers with stuendous voices.
Maria del Mar Bonet with a gorgeous melody; La rata que torna una donazella
And here are the lyrics very poorly translated. But you get the idea-¨.
And now Maria Rossel with La Barca del Temps (The ship of time)
It is only recently that I’ve looked for a translation.
I just stumbled across the two of them singing together back in 1980.
Back in the day when the presenter of TV show could enjoy a cig in the studio.
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