Hard News: The Music for Occasions
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JacksonP, in reply to
I always liked this version…
Although I feel this is sacrilegious to my main man Thom, this in a similar vein.
Were we to ever get married there would be this:
and maybe this:
And then, because maybe it shouldn't be all Bowie all the time we could have:
I suspect my darling would, however, prefer discreet jazz and nothing that encouraged dancing which may be why we continue to live without benefit of wedlock (as my uncle once described how we were raising our kids).
Birthdays are for children
Does anybody else remember that Life Begins at 40 song that Lindsay Yeo used to play on 2ZB's birthday calls for those turning 40? Is there a 50 equivalent?
ETA: I've been doing this job too long... even on a summer holiday I can't switch off the impulse to correct grammar, especially my own.
Islander, in reply to
Just type in "Life Begins At Forty " in google and you get the whole monstrosity!
Nothing for 50-oids...
Chris Waugh, in reply to
erm.... well, your choice of words is more than enough to explain why I didn't google it... I'd rather just leave it in Wellington in the 80s. I may well be glad there's no equivalent for the 50s.
Mrs Ted's favourite song, movingly performed
I'm picking this will make a few wedding playlists in future.
Crikey, that was quick. Over half a dozen remixes on Soundcloud already. Haven't really had the chance to grade them in any way, but this seemed to work.
Russell Brown, in reply to
I like this one.
<sigh> Sometimes I wonder how some of us are even friends with each other. And then I remember that NO-ONE in my life likes the same music that I do. How is that even possible? Except for Donna Summer. Everyone likes Donna Summer.
Sofie Bribiesca, in reply to
Everyone likes Donna Summer.
Not everyone ;)
if you don't want to be a precious tosser, at least not in death, then something the folks can sing along to would be nice. However, if you do want to go that way, then Clint Mansell's epic 'Death Is the Road to Awe' would fit that bill nicely
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