Friday night? Bit of Niteclub? Oh, go on then!
Just a little one tonight. Got to get up early for Swinley tomoz.
And to start the night off, this one is specially for you, Aleigh:
And a few cringeworthy classics, to get youse warmed up:Posted 9 years ago
How do, Bruneep! The missus with you tonight?
Listening to a program on t’radio, called ‘Guilty Pleasures’. Playing ‘songs that you really like, but are too afraid to admit’.
Maybe we should make that the theme for tonight!
Come on, let’s be having your cheesy pop numbers, or yer mum’s favourites, that you love yourself!
Dolly Parton- By Christ could this woman sing
Patsy Kline; Another fabulous voice
Loretta Lynn I’m not even into C+W!!!
Can’t leave out Tammy Wynette!
Songs about hardship, pain and heartbreak, sung by women with amazing voices. None of this meaningless, materialistic crap we get today…
BTW; I’m not gay…
(Will I ever live THAT picture down???)Posted 9 years ago
Peter- HOTRS; inspired choice, sir! I love that song.
Continuing with the Guilty Pleasures theme:Posted 9 years ago
This still gives me goosebumps, I used to proper fancy Kim Wilde, and still do! Coooooorrrrrrrr!
Mamas and Papas
The Bangles; I did like the little one, I can tell you…
And of course, you’ve gotta have a bit of Friday Kylie!
LOL! It’s ‘Guilty Pleasures’! Nowt wrong with liking what you like! I don’t care what anyone thinks (you are a Phillistine, anyway, for daring to criticise my impeccable taste), I just like listening to all sorts. Never be pijin-holed.
I do like more ‘acceptable’ music too, but Friday Niteclumb is all about having a laugh.
So, come on, what you got to offer, then? 🙂Posted 9 years ago
OHMYGOD! JUST NOTICED THAT BRUNEEP POSTED A LINK TO KELLY MARIE’S 1981 CLASSIC ‘FEELS LIKE I’M IN LOVE!!!!!!!’
Me and a mate used to put that on, and dance about to it, much to the shock and horror of the rest of me mates. and turn round and go ‘boo-boow!’ along with the record.
Bruneep’s got the hang of this. I thought I was bad!Posted 9 years ago
Norway’s finest: A-Ha (not in an Alan Partridge stylee, though)
Oh, Aleigh, that’s fantastic! Cheesetastic pop! Don’t listen to Conor; the man has no soul, indeed he has a heart of stone.
Interesting to note, that with Hayzi Fantayzee’s ‘John Wayne has Big Leggy’, the BBC actually broadcast a song about JW having back-door fun with a Native American woman; a subject perhaps they might not really have wanted to be seen to endorse, certainly not before the watershed…Posted 9 years ago
Fancied Kate Bush, an’ all…
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