So every day as I went to work when I first turned on the radio this song by Lauren Daigle was playing. Well guess what was stuck in my head. Anyway the guys from Anthem Lights does an excellent cover and here it is:
Wash your hands, practice social distancing, and take a moment to listen to Scary Pockets.
So I am going to do something different for today’s Earworm Wednesday. Meet Chris Creech who makes parody songs about Christian Twitter. When I first saw this video I laughed myself silly.
I then found out that he was only posting these on Twitter. So I pleaded, cajoled, whined until he agreed to put them on YouTube also.
So if you’re on Twitter follow him and subscribe to his channel on YouTube and have a laugh.
Well gentle readers it was a toss up today between Outfield’s Your Love or ELO’s Mr. Blue Sky. So I put it to a vote on Twitter and ELO’s Mr. Blue Sky was the clear winner. Democracy in action.
As you may know one of my go to groups for alternative covers is Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox. The claret haired chanteuse singing is Allison Young. Enjoy.
From Heart’s 1986 release These Dreams was the first song that Nancy Wilson took lead vocals.
It seems appropriate that another sister act, The PreZcotts, cover what the Wilson sisters originally sang. Enjoy.
Oh Buddha you may blame on Twitter. I was reminded of this song because of a timeline question. And I woke up with this tune upon my lips singing it as I made my breakfast as the cat looked on in horror convinced that I was torturing the oatmeal. But enjoy.
Sometimes you are pointed to an amazing bit of music played on a hand made instrument. And you have to just watch in amazement.
From Paul McCartney ‘s solo album, comes a song dedicated to his wife Linda. This song is performed by my favorite blue eyes soul singer Bryan Duncan along with the NehoSoul band. Check out Bryan Duncan’s latest here.
Whether it is Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, or Hugh Laurie this classic blues song has been on my mind all this week.
So here is the Speakeasies Swing Band with St James Infirmary Blues.
First Earworm of the year. Steve Winwood/Blind Faith’s classic as done by Rachael Price and Chris Thile.