In 1974, Gino Vannelli connected black and white with one song. The italian Canadian was discovering the disco sound with his brother, looking for synthesizers and new recording methods. Read the rest of this entry
Something stronger than yesterday. That is the song of today. It’s hardrock!
Let me give you one hint: black and white paint…
Yes, of course it’s Kiss with I Was Made For Lovin’ You!
That’s stronger, isn’t it?
Yes, I’m still looking out on a white landscape… I want it to disappear!
But, looking to the weather forecast, it will not dissappear in the coming days!
At least I’ve got a song of the day to make it some more bearable.
The song of today is coming from the eighties. It’s made by a band which is still active today, but had the most hits in the eighties.
It are The Pretenders with Don’t Get Me Wrong.
Well, that helps me through today. Tomorrow another song!
I’m now looking out my window, and I see a white landscape. By the way, that’s in Holland.
Well, when it’s like this (I hate snow) I start looking for something sunny.
Since I’m doing songs of the sixties, the song of the day is made by the Beach Boys.
All their songs are quite sunny, with as ultimate song: Good Vibrations.
Well, this makes my day!