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Category Archives: Song of the Day
I’ve been posting a lot of ballads and early 90′s pop. Today it’s time for some cock rock. Pour Some Sugar on Me is Def Leppard at their lyrical best. “Do you take sugar: one lump or two?” For all you … Continue reading
All of this song… is good.
In celebration of tonight’s Daytime Emmy Awards, my song of the day is from a soap star’s band. Yes, Player, the band who brought the late 70′s hit Baby Come Back, is blessed by Ridge Forrester himself. Ronn Moss, the … Continue reading
This little gem only entered my consciousness in the last couple of weeks, but my likey. I’m sure I’ve heard it several times prior to this revelation, but recently I have heard Landslide all over the radio, in public places … Continue reading
In the spirit of Super 8′s late 70′s time period, it’s time for a little Lionel Richie. While Stuck on You doesn’t feature in the film, his other hits do. Just another reason to run to the theater. One of … Continue reading
In honor of my impending Vegas debauchery, I give you Mr. Vegas himself: Jimmy Buffett. That is all.
After contemplating the best Saved By the Bell moments a couple posts ago, there was only one option for song of the day. Michael Bolton’s “How Am I Supposed to Live Without You” served as the musical back-drop of teen … Continue reading
How much do we miss this guy? And, Rik Rok… my goodness. I can’t imagine the early 2000s without Shaggy’s reggae-fantastic, often boombastic musical masterpieces. These songs were iconic. Comeback? Yes, please. Did someone say he sucks? It wasn’t me.
I really have no reason for selecting this Ace of Base classic. But there it is: The Sign is my undoubtedly satisfying song of the day. I could use a positive harbinger myself- maybe this track will bring it forth. I … Continue reading
Thought I’d end my streak of 3 days with no posts and decided to listen to some tunes while I wrote. Also decided to give the lightly traveled parts of my music collection a chance. And… this is what I … Continue reading