Monday Music

29 Nov

We’re starting with The Kane Gang.  I always loved this song but I haven’t heard it in fourteen years; a Facebook friend posted it yesterday.  Only trouble is, those mean people at Sony say I can’t share the video with you, so here’s the audio version:

Everyone on Facebook says it reminds them of the British summer of 1984 but it reminds me of video tapes and that I was in South Africa.  Another reason to resent my parents.  Oops, sorry: I’m on the wrong blog.


Another week, another episode of the X Factor.  I was sorry to see Katie Waissel go, her pornographic grandmother notwithstanding.  I thought this was her best performance:

I loved Rebecca Ferguson this week; I think she’s fabulous but it was all becoming a bit samey so it was good to see her liven up a bit:

But the performance of the night for me came from Matt Cardle:

10 Responses to “Monday Music”

  1. vivinfrance November 29, 2010 at 11:00 #

    1984? That was the year Jock and I met and married, and I’d never heard that song before.
    Didn’t see X-factor, so thanks for the clips.


    • Tilly Bud November 29, 2010 at 12:15 #

      The Kane Gang were almost a one-hit wonder; they did well for a while but never really took off.

      You will have heard the glorious news about Wagner, though?


  2. flo November 29, 2010 at 18:10 #

    Tilly, how on earth are we friends? You are a Tory Royalist who loves x factor ! You’ll be telling me Nick Clegg doesn’t tell fibs next!


    • Tilly Bud November 29, 2010 at 20:31 #

      Nick who?

      Ssh! Don’t tell everyone about my dirty secret; they’ll never come back.


  3. slpmartin November 29, 2010 at 18:33 #

    Thanks for the music this Monday morning.


  4. flo November 29, 2010 at 20:56 #

    Love the snow photo by the way!


    • Tilly Bud November 30, 2010 at 09:10 #

      It’s from last winter. Watch out next October for photos of this year’s camping holiday.


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