Talking about the eighties, this was one of the characteristic groups of the eighties, with quite some hits! No wonder of course, because it’s a very good group, with very good songs. One of my favourites is the song of the day, namely Gold. It came from the album True, which itself also was a hit! But why do you like Spandau Ballet, you would ask. Maybe that’s got something to do with the sound of the songs. This one is powerful, has a nice piano piece (around 2:50), it has got nice percussion, and very important: a saxophone. Since I’m a big fan of hearing a sax in a song, songs with a saxophone have an attraction to me. So for today, let’s enjoy:
Spandau Ballet- Gold
Ho hey there,
Today we’ve got 2 new songs!
The first song has a title which is simular to the first two words of this post.
You might know Mumford and Sons, and if you like them, you might like this group as well.
If you don’t like them, you probably won’t like this song as well…
It are The Lumineers with Ho Hey!
And then there’s a new song of the woman which I find very good…
She’s Dutch, and she has had one song of the day before.
It’s the new song of Caro Emerald, which is named: Tangled Up
I absolutely like this new song!
Here’s the new song of the day. Still in the Dutch mood, and still going strong.
The song of today is a made by a band from the seventies, and their song is really stunning…
You simply don’t know what you hear!
It’s the Dizzy Man’s Band with The Opera
Have some fun with it!
Tomorrow two new songs, made by Dutch artists… And after that, it’s December….
Here’s the new song of the day:
Today it’s a song by a group which have had a big success last summer with their new single in the Netherlands, but who aren’t known that much outside the Netherlands.
The song of the day is one of the older singles of them, from a few years ago.
It are the Handsome Poets with Dance (The War Is Over).
I think they are really good, and are going to make it a lot further, and maybe abroad, too…
I really hope so!