The Full “Indian Summer” Catastrophe – April 17th 2010

In TFC on April 17, 2010 at 10:43 pm

How gorgeous is the Melbourne weather ?  Fabbo and then some.  Doona-worthy nights and crisp mornings, then balmy afternoons. 

And now the playlist, gentlepersons prepare your weapons.


The Wheel of Life – Loka Nunda

When The Lights Go Down – Armand van Helden

Deep Purple – Nino Temp & April Stevens

Addicted To You – Laura

Part of the slow, but steady buildup to this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. A Finnish entry from earlier in the century.

Rockin’ Pneumonia & The Boogie Woogie Flu – Huey “Piano” Smith & The Clowns

Attention Must Be Paid – Arcade Fire

Keep The Car Running

Neon Bible

The Well & The Lighthouse

Indie and impressive from Canada.

Ain’t That The Way – Formula One

Hot Mess – Sam Sparro

Speak Low – Martin Croft, John O’May & Mark Jones

Song 2 – Earl Okin

Sydney You’re Wonderful – David Campbell

From the musical “Only Heaven Knows”

Wheel In A Pothole – Tony King

Cradle Of Love – Billy Idol

Les Enfants Qui Pleurent – Jessye Norman

Another example of an opera star “slumming it” with a Michel Legrand song.

Do You Want To Know A Secret – Billy J Kramer & The Dakotas

A British pop idol of the 1960s sings a Lennon & McCartney song.

Heaven On Earth – Turtle Creek Chorale

Tro Fi Mlaen – Diffiniad

Hank Janson Blues – Anne Shelton

In The Night – Pet Shop Boys


And if you’d care to view a rather lovely caricature of yours truly.   It’s not a bad likeness!, moran taing Neilly!



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