Today’s earworm contains a bit of whimsy. My son showed me this video:
Well of course you know what happened. And trust me there is nothing worse than seeing a guy my age singing a Backstreet Boys song badly.
So with that in mind here is Postmodern Jukebox covering the song in their own unique way.
No I haven’t lost my ever loving mind. I want to state that from the beginning. As I was searching for a cover of the song that was playing inside of my head, all day, my son said to me. Why just a cover why not a techno remix. Which brings this to your listening pleasure as we both agreed it was the best of all the remixes.
Yes once again it is that special time of year where we shut off all the lights in the house and sing the Reformation Polka to drown out the cries of the trick or treaters. Sing it with me now:
Came across this one quite providentially while looking for another song. Liked what they were doing so much I decided to choose it for today.
Seems appropriate since I was running a low grade fever for most of last week.
Today’s Earworm is from Red Mountain Music and is one of my personal favorites as I relate to the lyrics in my personal struggle.
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.