Originally covered by Gloria Jones in 1964. This song came into it’s own when it was reworked by Soft Cell in 1981. Here is a Rockabilly version by the aptly named Rockabilly Ravens.
Inspired by a conversation on Twitter about Christians and dancing.
Guess what I was doing this morning? Here’s your clue:
Today’s Earworm Wednesday is a bit different from previous ones. This isn’t a cover song but an original by kdubtru. Give a listen this speaks to what’s happening in the church now.
So this is the second time that the Lexington Lab Band has appeared on the blog. The first time was when they did a cover of “What a fool believes”. This time they are covering 38 Special ‘s “Hold on Loosely”. So why 38 Special? Well for some reason known only to the programmer at the radio station and the good Lord a 38 Special song was playing each morning as I drove to work. Here is the Lexington Lab Band with Hold on Loosely.
So for about two weeks now I have had this song in my head. I remember hearing this song when I was younger. Why it popped in my head now I haven’t a clue.
When looking for a cover of this song I found Circe Link. Besides Circe, no relation to the enchantress of homeric poems that I know of, there is Christian Nesmith son of Michael Nesmith of the Monkees. I am unsure who the third player is. But enjoy.
So again this song has been going through my head all this week. So with that in mind here it is.
So from 1997 originally preformed by the Brit-Alt band the Verve it was the band’s biggest hit.
Rockin’ 1000 is a group of 1000 rockers gathering together to play music.
So this song came into my head earlier this week based on a question from someone I follow on Twitter.
This guy reminds me of Mario Lanza in Pagliacci.
So I have been watching classic movies while quarantining and last night I watched Blue Skies with Bing Crosby and Fred Astaire. So I woke up singing this song.