Hosted & posted by Andy “Vote Early & Vote Often” Bell
Just a week out from the State Election – excited ?
We were. Or were we ?
TFC takes a Baillieu-Brumby Awayday Supersaver Ezy-Break next week – however, there WILL be an online version which will be posted sometime on the 27th!
And for those who want to read something that puts the tin hat on the same-sex marriage brouhaha, read this fine effort on the Crikey website.
Sorry – Stevie Wonder
Tell Him – The Exciters
A great song, but is this the weirdest music video ever ????
Turn Me On – Kevin Lyttle
You Must have Been A Beautiful Baby – Nancy Dussault
Yesterday’s Hero – Ignatius Jones
Turn-A-Round – Phattis & Small
Attention Must Be Paid – Scotland/Alba/Ecosse
Bagpipes were playing outside the Bourke Street studios as I entered – so appropriate as TFC celebrated the land of some of my forebears a week and a bit out from St Andrew’s Day
Boom-Bang-A-Bang – Lulu
A crackerjack song from the amazing 1969 Eurovision Song Contest which was a four way tie.
Oran Sabaid Sabhal Mor Ostaig – Mill a h- Uile Rud
A band from Seattle singing in Gaelic in the punk style. The world is a beautiful place.
King Of The Road – The Proclaimers
I’m Into Something Good – Herman’s Hermits
And now, in the “all that is old is new” department
Your Woman – White Town
My Woman – Al Bowlly
Popeye The Sailor Man – Face To Face
What Shall We Do With A Drunken Sailor – Sydney Gay Men’s Chorus (in memory of the chorus’ founder David Coburn who died this week)
Caravan – Gordon Jenkins
Wanted – Al Martino
What Shall We Do With A Drunken Sailor – Sydney Gay Men’s Chorus
In memory of the chorus’ founder David Coburn who recently died.
8½ – Nino Rota
Anus Of Uranus – Klaatu
I’m A Believer – Ed Wilson’s Wacky Big Band
Flame Trees – Sarah Blasko
Zoot Suit – The High Numbers
Pride In The Name Of Love – U2
Waka – Che-Fu