Monday, 5 March 2012

I play violin like I am in jail - behind a few bars and can never find the fucking key.

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Happy Monday, Plonkity Plonkers.  This week's Monday Music Moves Me's theme is a FREEBIE.  I give you a few of my old favourites as usual.




I adore this video



Rock on, Jack.




This melody has me in tears every time!



Don't forget to send me your tattoo pictures.

12 comments:

Naila Moon said...

Talking heads and SLy Fox mixed in with Beethoven...wow! Great picks.
I do like me some '80s music.
~Naila Moon

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YeamieWaffles said...

Some of this is really good stuff, especially for a Monday morning... Thanks DSL! :)

Stacy Uncorked said...

I haven't heard the Talking Heads and Sly Fox songs in forever - brought back some awesome memories! ;)

And I had goosebumps listening to the Beethoven one. Thanks for sharing and playing along with us! :)


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If I Could Escape said...

I almost played Joshua Radin's version of Only You. Love that song. Great picks. ;)

Copyboy said...

Road to nowhere takes me back...somewhere.

Cathy Kennedy said...

Moonlight Sonata is really pretty. This is the only one, which I recognized. The others are totally new to me. Thanks for linking up & sharing!

Gay Guy said...

Woof. Those are some memories.

royalegacy said...

The Moonlight Sonata is one of my favorites. Thanks so much for sharing!

JamericanSpice said...

Ahh the sonata! I LOVES. I want someone to dance with me while this song plays. It's so beautiful.

Love your list.

Have a great week!

Introducing Mr. Cool said...

My music education continues because unfortunately I've never heard these. Great job though - thanks for sharing.

King of Queenz said...

Oh yeah, finally someone who understands me. Love your choices. New here, so I'm following you. Great choices - stop by if you get a chance.

Matt Harvath said...

Talking Heads and Sly Fox! Those were the days. I think I used the "Let's Go All The Way" song to talk a girl into doing it when I was in High School.

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