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Heroes - 2015

Following on from my last blog when I wrote about the sad passing of Terry Wogan, I feel I can’t move on until I have mentioned The Eurovision Song Contest. 1,384 more words

Brotherhood Of Man

Apropos of Nothing

Well, as usual, not quite nothing.

After that last post, I think we could all use a little palate cleansing.

So, here’s the song which inspired the pun that clever old Morrissey made: 28 more words

Apropos Of Nothing

You're A Peach by BB Peach

This one was a jam fantasy featuring the amazing wiz kid Ben Parker. You’re A Peach is a celebratory poem and it uses a sample of a Sandie Shaw song. 34 more words

Music

a cultural novelty item ... 'french' music for 'french' baking: parlez-vous pop?

inspired by the tarte tatin, i rediscovered some ‘french’ music. now i do use the term french in the broadest sense, as it is actually a collection of songs and chansons interpreted in french by international artists (most of them german, but with some brits and others thrown in at equal measure): 162 more words

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Glastonbury, So Much To Answer For (Part 4b)

And so to Saturday.

I am knackered from Friday night. Sadly, not from any late night dad-dancing into the small hours, but because the trudge back from the Park Stage was a real ball-ache. 2,209 more words

Glastonbury

Long Live Love - Sandie Shaw (1965)

Sandie Shaw was a British vocalist born Dagenham, Essex in 1947. Her rise to prominence was mainly due to the song writing talents of Chris Andrews… 281 more words

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