Something classy is always classical with a little kick so enjoy some Bach care of Sinfonity.
Also known as the Good Ole Way and Down to the Valley to Pray.
This song is attributed to Native Americans with Christian lyrics, an African American spiritual, and an Appalachian folk song. Alison Krauss made this popular in Brother Where Art Thou.
So yesterday is the anniversary of A Hard Day’s Night reaching number 1 in 1964 so it is fitting that today’s earworm be a cover of that song.
Pomplamoose covers this Gloria Jones classic that was made famous by Soft Cell.
So since last week was Independence Day an earworm that I had planned for was pushed out to today. So here is Scary Pockets featuring Mario Jose covering Guns N’ Roses’ Sweet Child of Mine.
No songs buzzing in my head today. Check again next week.
Ok all you head bangers I heard this in my son’s car as we we’re going from point A to B. Enjoy.
I miss Goose. He was the best wing man Maverick ever had. And this one goes out to all the wing men who always had their buddy’s back or sang back up.
When I am trying to solder tiny hair thick wires to a pad the size of a broken rice kernal with these kielbasas I laughingly refer to as fingers I like to listen to the Corner Room. Their arrangements of the Psalms are calming and worshipful. Take a listen.
If you’d like to learn more about The Corner Room click on the url to go to their website.
So I was on Twitter when someone asked what were my top five 80’s songs and Let’s Dance by David Bowie was on that list. So guess what has been running through my head today? So here’s Walk the Moon.