A superband from the seventies today! Not because they had lots of members, but because they all were famous from other bands. The band was formed by John Wetton and Bill Bruford (both from King Crimson). Bruford has also played a short time in Yes and as extra drummer by Genesis. Eddie Jobson was another member, he was known from Roxy Music. After the first album, Bruford quit the band. He was replaced by Terry Bozzio, who was a friend of Jobson when he played by Frank Zappa. Those three made the album Danger Money, of which the song of the day probably is the best known, though it never was a hit. Enjoy
U.K.- Rendezvous 6:02
Today, the summer has started. On the first of July, I will start posting summer songs (they are coming, just a little patience). For tonight, I’ve got a nice disco classic. It was the biggest hit of Alexander O’Neal till now, reaching number 4 in the UK. It was recorded in 1985, though it was released two years later! Strange, isn’t it? However, it still is a great song, and I think you should put on the dancing shoes and get down to
Alexander O’Neal- Criticize
Song(s) of the day: Avicii vs. Nicky Romero- I Could Be The One / Justive Collective- He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother
Today it’s friday, which means: two new songs!
And I have some good songs…
The first song is made for some kind of charity. The Justice Collective is a band with all kind of artists, including Robbie Williams and Melanie C.
This song went to number one in the UK, and I think that it might go to high positions in other countries, as well.
It’s a cover from He ain’t heavy, he’s my brother.
The second song is made by two DJ’s. One is very known, the other one is new. And the new one is Dutch!
The new one is Nicky Romero, and the known one is Avicii.
The track is called I Could Be The One.
And the song of the week is… not relevant anymore.
The new song of the day has to do with house, as promised.
In fact, I’m not one who likes house a lot. Mostly it’s noise, or that’s how I hear it.
There are a few exceptions for this rule, and one of them is a dance/softhouse act, namely: 2 Unlimited!
The song of the day is from them, and it’s their biggest hit: No Limit.
Apart from being succesful in the Netherlands, this song got a number 1 hit position in 35 countries, under which the UK, Spain, Norway, France and Australia.
That was the song for today, tomorrow a new song!