If you want to start your week good, you’d better listen to this song. Relax on your Monday evening and enjoy:
Roxy Music- Avalon
As I said, I want to make this week a relaxed week. One of the songs which will be good for relaxing (although it’s dance) is the dance song with the monk. It was a huge hit in the nineties, but it needs a sidemark: I had my doubts when I saw the CD’s in the collection of my parents. It needed time, but this song is certainly good! Enjoy
Enigma- Sadeness Part 1
My testweek is coming up soon (this week Wednesday) and rather than to stress for it, I relax. Stressing will mean bad results and less work done. For relaxation, I could put on Enigma with Sadeness, maybe I will tomorrow, but today I have a long forgotten band from the nineties to relax. Come to rest with
Air- All I Need
Some songs can be placed in different categories. And to be honest: I never know where to place this song in. Definitely a summer song, yes. But what is it? Dance?
Who knows may answer the question. I always feel relaxed when hearing the song, and it has a good reason: it’s happy and the text tells you to have no stress. Just like “Don’t Worry, Be Happy”, it tells to have no worries and just live your life. If that’s no relaxed message…
So today, think about:
Incognito- Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing
Let’s put in some sunny reggae to relax a bit! I love this song, since it really brings up the summer in me!
And guess what? Made in 1983, so… eighties music = good music!
I don’t know what I should say about this song, it’s self-explaining!
Listen and enjoy Reggae Night!
And you can still vote for the Summer Song of the Day Top 20!>>>>
Above an album cover from Frankie Goes To Hollywood, the album Welcome To The Pleasuredome.
I don’t own the album, but thanks to Wikipedia I know which songs are on the album. And between all those songs are some of my personal favourites.
And no, it is not the title song, it is not Two Tribes (which is a very good song too), and it isn’t The Power Of Love either.
I will tell you in a moment. They released several 12-inch singles (those long singles, which go on for 8,9 minutes! I love them!), and one of them had a B-side with a cover of Ferry Crossed The Mersey, which was originally sung by Gerry and the Pacemakers. It’s A-side is the song of the day, namely Relax!
And this song had some great merchandising, and one of those T-shirts is shown below: