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I hope everyone in the path of Ida stays safe. We’ll probably feel the backlash from it later in the week. Fortunately, it’ll generally be lots of rain with a few thunderstorms for us. Here’s the summary for the week.
- (Song Lyric) Sunday: “Let’s Go, Go-Go White Sox”
- Monday: Rick Springfield, “Don’t Talk To Strangers”
- Tuesday: Arthur Crudup, “That’s All Right, Mama”
- Wednesday: The Charlie Watts Quintet, “Bluebird”
- Thursday: The Velvet Underground, “After Hours”
- Friday: Beck, Bogert & Appice, “Superstition”
- Saturday: Donald O’Connor, “Make ‘Em Laugh”
As promised, since I wasn’t able to hit all the genres of music that made it to Top 40 rodio during the ’60’s the week before, I did a second week. Don’t think I need another, but we’ll see. This week, back to school songs.
Questions about parallel parking, skipping, night or day, avocados, mind or matter, and the sensitivity level of today’s youth were discussed.
The "next 10" from 1977 were featured.
A one-liner about news from Starbucks.
Songs about planets, wearing apparel, and animals were featured.
The prompt was a picture of a kitty wrapped in brown paper, so I wrote about how cats love to hide in the strangest places.
Only got one done this week, for Season 1, Episode 17, "Happy Birthday, Adolf."
Wrote about some of my recent dreams, most of which involve Coke and cigarettes. I woke up his morning after having dreamt about Paul Davis’s "Cool Night."
Chose five surf rock songs, all instrumentals, for you listening pleasure.
We were to start with the word "my" and end with the word "yours," if possible. I managed to do it, writing about, of all things, baseball.
- AJ Blythe
- Alana Mautone
- Cathy Kennedy
- Christine Bolton
- Dan Antion
- Ed Thierbach
- Jack Connelly
- Jen Goldie
- Marie Moody
- Mary B
- Melanie B Cee
- Mister Bump UK
- Moe Taylor
- Sharon E. Cathcart
- Stine Writing
- Anyone I missed
- Everyone who left a "like"
And that’s it for this edition of The Week That Was.