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It’s our weather show! To celebrate the arrival of Spring, in all it’s Melbourne craziness, Marty and Venetia have chosen to play songs about the weather.  Songwriters love to use weather as a metaphor for mood, relationships, politics and more, and it makes for some great tracks. Today’s show features sun, sleet and everything in between (including rain,  definitely lots of rain).  So grab your t-shirt, your jumper and your umbrella and join us in exploring the use of weather as a motif in the music of the Seventies.

 

About the author: Venetia

 

Venetia is huge deep soul, funk and jazz fan. She is the co-host of Living In the 70s, a show about 70's music, broadcast on Saturday mornings on JOY and puts together the podcasts of the show.

She is also an occasional presenter on Well, Well, Well, JOY's Thursday night program focusing on HIV and LGBTI health, sponsored by Thorne Harbour Health.

 

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