Sunday Music, Monday Edition

At least I am slowly creeping towards Sunday with the date of posting “Sunday Music”. Maybe this automatically labels me a “creep” ?
It was a very nice few days lately ; today I even became “productive”, sort of. Tomorrow will see me travelling back to Franconia – I need to have a look into my letter box. But I am not keen on being back in my dusty cave, generally I’d prefer to stay at Echo Beach. But the Alb may just as well work as (imaginary) point of designation & intersection, fine wine included.
I hope you enjoy Martha & The Muffins‘ (Ger., Eng.) only international hit.
May we all come through this week unharmed.



6 thoughts on “Sunday Music, Monday Edition

  1. I remember bouncing around to this in a smoky, sticky-floored, dark club at a college party. Now I need a glass of fine wine (just up to the brim, please) to try and forget about it.
    I hope there aren’t too many calligraphied letters from Devon waiting for you when you get back.

  2. “calligraphied letters from Devon ” ? ! Heavens !
    The only letter I expect to find is from The Knights with my new (and hopefully old) driving schedule.
    I hope both are not too crumpled by the adverts …
    Sorry IDV, I did not want to trigger unhappy memories of sticky parties in dark rooms. I just stumbled over it, and it reminded me of the very early Eighties – actually I feel as if I would approach the early Eighties very soon …

  3. I like it. I don’t think I’ve heard it before, but then I was probably to busy listening to The Cure back then or Soft Cell’s one hit wonder “Tainted Love” which could always get me and my friends onto the dance floor. Have a good week!!!!!!!! Maybe finish reading that short story soon? Beggars can’t be choosers, I know, but I might pass out soon if you keep me holding my breath for your valued opinion. Hahaha

  4. Ah, a nostalgic bit of Canadian music there! In Canada, they had other big hits too. Check them out on youtube if you are interested: Cooling the Medium, and Black Stallions/White Stations. I love 80s music! I also listened to the Cure and Soft Cell, Peter Gabriel, and lots of others. A lot of talent and originality back then.

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