Yesterday Once More https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore A nostalgic musical trip through time from the 50s to the 80s Mon, 19 Oct 2020 15:48:50 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.3.4 A nostalgic musical trip through time from the 50s to the 80s JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities clean episodic JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities ppc@joy.org.au ppc@joy.org.au (JOY 94.9 - LGBTI, LGBTIQA+, LGBTQIA+, LGBT, LGBTQ, LGB, Gay, Lesbian, Trans, Intersex, Queer Podcasts for all our Rainbow Communities) JOY Melbourne Inc. All Music and Lyrics reproduced in this podcast are licensed for use through APRA-AMCOS and/or PPCA and/or directly with artists A nostalgic musical trip through time from the 50s to the 80s Yesterday Once More http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/wp-content/uploads/sites/157/powerpress/YesterdayOnceMore-2019.jpg https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore Melbourne, Australia Weekly Communication https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/10/communication/ Mon, 19 Oct 2020 15:26:04 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1611 On a daily basis we use our senses, diverse media platforms and technology to convey information (either cognitive or emotive) to one another.  Our music this week offers a range of songs that relate to some […]

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On a daily basis we use our senses, diverse media platforms and technology to convey information (either cognitive or emotive) to one another.  Our music this week offers a range of songs that relate to some form or way of Communication. Queen, Jimmy Little and The Big Bopper use technology and speech to convey information while John Farnham and Cliff Richard focus on the spoken word.  Ketty Lester, 5 Man Electrical Band and the Box Tops refer to communicating via the written format. Allison Durbin and Dan Hill are using their tactile senses; Linda Ronstadt is using body language to convey her message while Roy Orbison is lamenting his ‘Communication Breakdown’.

PLAYLIST

  • Signs – 5 Man Electrical Band
  • Love Letters – Ketty Lester
  • Radio Gaga – Queen
  • We Don’t Talk Anymore – Cliff Richard
  • Just One Look – Linda Ronstadt
  • Put Your Hand In The Hand – Allison Durbin
  • Sometimes When We Touch – Dan Hill
  • Comic Conversation – John Farnham
  • Royal Telephone – Jimmy Little
  • Communication Breakdown -Roy Orbison
  • The Letter – Box Tops
  • Chantilly Lace – Big Bopper

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On a daily basis we use our senses, diverse media platforms and technology to convey information (either cognitive or emotive) to one another.  Our music this week offers a range of songs that relate to some […]http://media.blubrry. PLAYLIST

* Signs – 5 Man Electrical Band
* Love Letters – Ketty Lester
* Radio Gaga – Queen
* We Don’t Talk Anymore – Cliff Richard
* Just One Look – Linda Ronstadt
* Put Your Hand In The Hand – Allison Durbin
* Sometimes When We Touch – Dan Hill
* Comic Conversation – John Farnham
* Royal Telephone – Jimmy Little
* Communication Breakdown -Roy Orbison
* The Letter – Box Tops
* Chantilly Lace – Big Bopper

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Strange Beings https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/10/strange-beings/ Sat, 17 Oct 2020 15:23:55 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1606 Songs about werewolves, wizards, witches, flying creatures from Outer Space, hermits and eccentrics feature in this week’s program. Starting with a haunting ballad about a strange boy (Nature Boy) from Nat King Cole the program […]

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Songs about werewolves, wizards, witches, flying creatures from Outer Space, hermits and eccentrics feature in this week’s program. Starting with a haunting ballad about a strange boy (Nature Boy) from Nat King Cole the program highlights the arrival of a creature who flew down to Earth in 1958 and took the whole music world by storm (The Purple People Eater). Warren Zevon performs his weird tale of ‘Werewolves of London’ and America draws on the mythical creature the ‘Sandman’. Bob Dylan‘s song ‘Mighty Quinn’ from Manfred Mann is probably the only song about a larger than life eskimo. Aussie contributions are about two eccentrics: ‘Minnie The Moocher’ from The Cherokees and ‘Craise Finton Kirk’ from Johnny Young.

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  • Nature Boy – Nat King Cole
  • Wicked Old Witch – John Fogarty
  • Sandman – America
  • Werewolves Of London – Warren Zevon
  • Minnie The Moocher – Cherokees
  • Pinball Wizard – Elton John
  • The Hermit Of Misty Mountain -Ben E King
  • WItchy Woman – The Eagles
  • The Wizard – Jimmie Rodgers
  • The Mighty Quinn – Manfred Mann
  • The Purple People Eater – Sheb Wooley
  • Craise Finton Kirk – Johnny Young

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Songs about werewolves, wizards, witches, flying creatures from Outer Space, hermits and eccentrics feature in this week’s program. Starting with a haunting ballad about a strange boy (Nature Boy) from Nat King Cole the program […]http://media. PLAYLIST

* Nature Boy – Nat King Cole
* Wicked Old Witch – John Fogarty
* Sandman – America
* Werewolves Of London – Warren Zevon
* Minnie The Moocher – Cherokees
* Pinball Wizard – Elton John
* The Hermit Of Misty Mountain -Ben E King
* WItchy Woman – The Eagles
* The Wizard – Jimmie Rodgers
* The Mighty Quinn – Manfred Mann
* The Purple People Eater – Sheb Wooley
* Craise Finton Kirk – Johnny Young

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The Two of Us https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/10/the-two-of-us/ Fri, 09 Oct 2020 09:54:44 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1601 This week’s theme The Two of Us presents some interesting pairing of artists. Members of bands team up with soloists including 2 great juggernauts David Bowie & Freddie Mercury (from Queen) and Chris Norman (from Smokie) sings […]

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This week’s theme The Two of Us presents some interesting pairing of artists. Members of bands team up with soloists including 2 great juggernauts David Bowie & Freddie Mercury (from Queen) and Chris Norman (from Smokie) sings alongside Suzi Quatro. Soloists John Farnham & Allison Durban unite as do Dinah Washington & Brook Benton, Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson, Frankie Lane & Johnny Ray and Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warne. Other duos include actors Bing Crosby & Grace Kelly, father and daughter Neil & Dara Sedaka and pianists Ferrante & Teicher, Bobby & Laurie along with Seals & Crofts were regularly billed as duo artists.

PLAYLIST

  • This Girl Is Mine – Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson
  • Rockin’ Good Way – Dinah Washington & Brook Benton
  • Should Have Never Let You Go – Neil & Dara Sedaka
  • True Love – Bing Crosby & Grace Kelly
  • We May Never Pass This Way Again – Seals & Crofts
  • Up There Where We Belong – Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warne
  • Under Pressure – David Bowie & Freddie Mercury
  • Theme From Exodus – Ferrante & Teicher
  • Stumblin’In – Suzi Quatro & Chris Norman
  • Baby Without You – Johnny Farnham & Allison Durban
  • I Belong With You – Bobby &  Laurie
  • Up Above My Head – Frankie Laine & Johnny Ray

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This week’s theme The Two of Us presents some interesting pairing of artists. Members of bands team up with soloists including 2 great juggernauts David Bowie & Freddie Mercury (from Queen) and Chris Norman (from Smokie) sings […]http://media.blubrry. PLAYLIST

* This Girl Is Mine – Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson
* Rockin’ Good Way – Dinah Washington & Brook Benton
* Should Have Never Let You Go – Neil & Dara Sedaka
* True Love – Bing Crosby & Grace Kelly
* We May Never Pass This Way Again – Seals & Crofts
* Up There Where We Belong – Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warne
* Under Pressure – David Bowie & Freddie Mercury
* Theme From Exodus – Ferrante & Teicher
* Stumblin’In – Suzi Quatro & Chris Norman
* Baby Without You – Johnny Farnham & Allison Durban
* I Belong With You – Bobby &  Laurie
* Up Above My Head – Frankie Laine & Johnny Ray

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Have a Heart https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/10/have-a-heart/ Sat, 03 Oct 2020 08:25:52 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1596 There is a persistent myth that the heart is the repository of human emotions and feelings. However, simple biology says that the heart is merely a pump and that our emotions are centred in the […]

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There is a persistent myth that the heart is the repository of human emotions and feelings. However, simple biology says that the heart is merely a pump and that our emotions are centred in the brain. But who wants to write love songs about the brain? Featuring this week are many big names in pop music history. The Bee Gees (How Can You Mend A Broken Heart?) and Rod Stewart (You’re In My Heart); top female singers of the fifties and sixties, Connie Francis (My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own) and Brenda Lee (Heart In Hand) and power ballads from Al Martino (Here In My Heart) and Paul Anka (All Of A Sudden My Heart Sings) round out the program. Aussie contributions are from Noeleen Batley (Heartaches By The Number) and Melbourne singer, Colin Cook (Heart).

PLAYLIST

  • My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own – Connie Francis
  • Heartaches By The Number – Noeleen Batley
  • Heart – Colin Cook & The Strangers
  • Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart – Elton John & Kiki Dee
  • Here In My Heart – Al Martino
  • You’re In My Heart – Rod Stewart
  • (All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings – Paul Anka
  • How Can You Mend A Broken Heart? – Bee Gees
  • Heart In Hand – Brenda Lee
  • Anyone Who Had A Heart – Cilla Black
  • Broken Hearted Melody – Sarah Vaughan
  • Devil In Her Heart – Beatles

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* My Heart Has A Mind Of Its Own – Connie Francis
* Heartaches By The Number – Noeleen Batley
* Heart – Colin Cook & The Strangers
* Don’t Go Breakin’ My Heart – Elton John & Kiki Dee
* Here In My Heart – Al Martino
* You’re In My Heart – Rod Stewart
* (All Of A Sudden) My Heart Sings – Paul Anka
* How Can You Mend A Broken Heart? – Bee Gees
* Heart In Hand – Brenda Lee
* Anyone Who Had A Heart – Cilla Black
* Broken Hearted Melody – Sarah Vaughan
* Devil In Her Heart – Beatles

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Rainbow Colours https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/09/rainbow-colours/ Fri, 25 Sep 2020 14:27:30 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1590 Against the backdrop of the LGBTIQ flag, (red for life, orange for healing, yellow for sunlight, green for nature, blue for harmony), this week’s songs feature colours that are either depicted in nature’s rainbows or in […]

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Against the backdrop of the LGBTIQ flag, (red for life, orange for healing, yellow for sunlight, green for nature, blue for harmony), this week’s songs feature colours that are either depicted in nature’s rainbows or in the gay pride banner. Billy Thorpe is dreaming beyond a rainbow, Rus Hamilton is wanting to buy a rainbow while others use colours to refer to a red car (Prince), green grass (Petula Clark), an indigo mood (Ella Fitzgerald), a yellow road (Elton John) and orange juice (Peter Sarstedt).

PLAYLIST

  • Devil With a Blue Dress – Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels
  • Deep Purple – Nino Tempo & April Stevens
  • Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Billy Thorpe
  • Mellow Yellow – Donovan
  • The Other Man’s Grass Is Always Greener – Petula Clark
  • Mood Indigo – Ella Fitzgerald
  • Little Red Corvette – Prince
  • Frozen Orange Juice – Peter Sarstedt
  • Yellow Brick Road – Elton John
  • Rainbow – Rus Hamilton
  • Orange Coloured Sky – Natalie Cole
  • And Her Name Is Scarlett – De Kroo Bros

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* Devil With a Blue Dress – Mitch Ryder & the Detroit Wheels
* Deep Purple – Nino Tempo & April Stevens
* Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Billy Thorpe
* Mellow Yellow – Donovan
* The Other Man’s Grass Is Always Greener – Petula Clark
* Mood Indigo – Ella Fitzgerald
* Little Red Corvette – Prince
* Frozen Orange Juice – Peter Sarstedt
* Yellow Brick Road – Elton John
* Rainbow – Rus Hamilton
* Orange Coloured Sky – Natalie Cole
* And Her Name Is Scarlett – De Kroo Bros

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Going Going Gone https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/09/going-going-gone/ Thu, 17 Sep 2020 17:06:28 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1584 This week’s theme is ‘Going Going Gone’. It features the prodigious talent of Lainie Kazan (My Man’s Gone Now) and a legend, Peggy Lee (The Thrill Is Gone). Popular sixties group, The Supremes pop up […]

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This week’s theme is ‘Going Going Gone’. It features the prodigious talent of Lainie Kazan (My Man’s Gone Now) and a legend, Peggy Lee (The Thrill Is Gone). Popular sixties group, The Supremes pop up with yet another of their number one hits (Where Did Our Love Go?) while the darling of JOY, Dusty Springfield, sings a lovely ballad (Going Back). The Aussie contingent this week is Melbourne group, Spectrum with their biggest hit (I’ll Be Gone) and the strong voice of Lynne Randell (Going Out Of My Head) together with the warm tones of Kamahl (Sounds Of Goodbye).

PLAYLIST

  • I’ll Be Gone – Spectrum
  • Going To The Chapel – Dixie Cups
  • My Man’s Gone Now – Lainie Kazan
  • Where Did Our Love Go? – Supremes
  • The Thrill Is Gone – Peggy Lee
  • Sounds Of Goodbye – Kamahl
  • Going Back – Dusty Springfield
  • After The Love Has Gone – Earth Wind & Fire
  • I Know Where I’m Goin’ – George Hamilton IV
  • Going Out Of My Head – Lynne Randell
  • Point Of No Return – Gene McDaniels
  • Everyone’s Gone To The Moon – Jonathan King

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This week’s theme is ‘Going Going Gone’. It features the prodigious talent of Lainie Kazan (My Man’s Gone Now) and a legend, Peggy Lee (The Thrill Is Gone). Popular sixties group, The Supremes pop up […]http://media.blubrry. PLAYLIST

* I’ll Be Gone – Spectrum
* Going To The Chapel – Dixie Cups
* My Man’s Gone Now – Lainie Kazan
* Where Did Our Love Go? – Supremes
* The Thrill Is Gone – Peggy Lee
* Sounds Of Goodbye – Kamahl
* Going Back – Dusty Springfield
* After The Love Has Gone – Earth Wind & Fire
* I Know Where I’m Goin’ – George Hamilton IV
* Going Out Of My Head – Lynne Randell
* Point Of No Return – Gene McDaniels
* Everyone’s Gone To The Moon – Jonathan King

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Home and Away https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/09/home-and-away/ Fri, 11 Sep 2020 08:25:17 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1579 Over the decades Australia has produced a host of wonderful solo singers as well as many noted groups. This week in Home and Away we showcase some of the artists who won national and international kudos through […]

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Over the decades Australia has produced a host of wonderful solo singers as well as many noted groups. This week in Home and Away we showcase some of the artists who won national and international kudos through their songs and performances. While some headed to the UK and Europe namely Sherbet, The Seekers, ACDC and Jason Donovan others sought and found fame in the USA including Olivia Newton-John, Peter Allen, Billy Thorpe, The Little River Band and Grammy award winners Men at Work.

PLAYLIST

  • TNT – AC/DC
  • Being Green – Kerrie Biddell
  • Help Is On It’s Way – LRB
  • Down Under – Men At Work
  • Howzat – Sherbet
  • Shout – Johnny O’Keefe
  • Xanadu – Olivia Newton-John
  • Wind Beneath My Wings – Colleen Hewett
  • Twilight Time – Billy Thorpe
  • I’ll Never Find Another You – The Seekers
  • I Go To Rio – Peter Allen
  • Sealed With a Kiss – Jason Donovan

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Over the decades Australia has produced a host of wonderful solo singers as well as many noted groups. This week in Home and Away we showcase some of the artists who won national and international kudos through […]http://media.blubrry. PLAYLIST

* TNT – AC/DC
* Being Green – Kerrie Biddell
* Help Is On It’s Way – LRB
* Down Under – Men At Work
* Howzat – Sherbet
* Shout – Johnny O’Keefe
* Xanadu – Olivia Newton-John
* Wind Beneath My Wings – Colleen Hewett
* Twilight Time – Billy Thorpe
* I’ll Never Find Another You – The Seekers
* I Go To Rio – Peter Allen
* Sealed With a Kiss – Jason Donovan

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Songs We Dislike https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/09/songs-we-dislike/ Tue, 01 Sep 2020 12:07:41 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1574 This week’s theme is Songs We Dislike. Hear why Rob is offended by the lyrics of the Turtles’ big hit ‘Elenore’ and why Mossy thinks the lyrics of ‘Yummy Yummy’ (Ohio Express) are ‘juvenile’. Pat […]

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This week’s theme is Songs We Dislike. Hear why Rob is offended by the lyrics of the Turtles’ big hit ‘Elenore’ and why Mossy thinks the lyrics of ‘Yummy Yummy’ (Ohio Express) are ‘juvenile’. Pat Boone offends twice in this program with the ‘appalling’ lyrics of the song ‘Technique’ and his ‘antiseptic’ rendition of ‘Ain’t That A Shame’. Mossy is unimpressed by Olivia Newton-John‘s song ‘Have You Never Been Mellow?’ calling it ‘wimpish’ while Rob is irritated by the ‘puerile’ boredom of ‘Mashed Potato’ (Billy Thorpe). However, Rob and Mossy disagree about Kate Bush‘s epic ‘Wuthering Heights’. Mossy describes Kate Bush‘s voice as ‘like Tiny Tim’s’ while Rob calls it one of his favourite songs of all time. Rob agrees with the poll that voted Charlene‘s ‘I’ve Never Been To Me’ as ‘The Worst Song Of The Seventies’. Despite all that many of the most disliked songs were very popular.

PLAYLIST

  • Elenore – The Turtles
  • Have You Never Been Mellow? – Olivia Newton-John
  • Mashed Potato – Billy Thorpe
  • Ring My Bell – Anita Ward
  • I’ve Never Been To Me – Charlene
  • Yummy Yummy – Ohio Express
  • Technique – Pat Boone
  • Wuthering Heights – Kate Bush
  • Ain’t That A Shame – Pat Boone
  • If I Were A Carpenter – Bobby Darin
  • Young Love – Tab Hunter
  • They’re Coming To Take Me Away Ha Ha – Napoleon XIV

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This week’s theme is Songs We Dislike. Hear why Rob is offended by the lyrics of the Turtles’ big hit ‘Elenore’ and why Mossy thinks the lyrics of ‘Yummy Yummy’ (Ohio Express) are ‘juvenile’. Pat […]http://media.blubrry.com/yesterday_once_more/p/joy. PLAYLIST

* Elenore – The Turtles
* Have You Never Been Mellow? – Olivia Newton-John
* Mashed Potato – Billy Thorpe
* Ring My Bell – Anita Ward
* I’ve Never Been To Me – Charlene
* Yummy Yummy – Ohio Express
* Technique – Pat Boone
* Wuthering Heights – Kate Bush
* Ain’t That A Shame – Pat Boone
* If I Were A Carpenter – Bobby Darin
* Young Love – Tab Hunter
* They’re Coming To Take Me Away Ha Ha – Napoleon XIV

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Dance and Dancing https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/08/dance-and-dancing/ Wed, 26 Aug 2020 17:48:34 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1570 As we enter the 4th week of our Melbourne lockdown we thought it might be timely to lighten up the mood by asking you to put on your dancing shoes and bop away to some […]

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As we enter the 4th week of our Melbourne lockdown we thought it might be timely to lighten up the mood by asking you to put on your dancing shoes and bop away to some great tunes and iconic artists. Some of the line up in this week’s playlist include Australian singers from the 60’s, Little Pattie and Grantley Dee, disco queen Donna Summer, disco kings the Bee Gees and the great UK  instrumentalists, The Shadows.

PLAYLIST

  • Last Dance – Donna Summer
  • Dance On – The Shadows
  • You Should Be Dancing – Bee Gees
  • Let’s Dance – David Bowie
  • Dancing Queen – ABBA
  • I Want To Dance With Somebody -Whitney Houston
  • Go Out Dancing – Rod Stewart
  • You Make Me Feel Like Dancing – Leo Sayer
  • Dance With Me – Orleans
  • Your Mama Don’t Dance – Bootleg Family
  • Dance Puppet Dance – Little Pattie
  • Let The Little Girl Dance – Grantley Dee

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* Last Dance – Donna Summer
* Dance On – The Shadows
* You Should Be Dancing – Bee Gees
* Let’s Dance – David Bowie
* Dancing Queen – ABBA
* I Want To Dance With Somebody -Whitney Houston
* Go Out Dancing – Rod Stewart
* You Make Me Feel Like Dancing – Leo Sayer
* Dance With Me – Orleans
* Your Mama Don’t Dance – Bootleg Family
* Dance Puppet Dance – Little Pattie
* Let The Little Girl Dance – Grantley Dee

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Days https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/08/days/ Wed, 19 Aug 2020 17:37:27 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1565 These days will be remembered as COVID19 days – or the days of the virus. So this week we aim to cheer you up with some better days. Optimistic songs like ‘It’s A Good Day’ […]

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These days will be remembered as COVID19 days – or the days of the virus. So this week we aim to cheer you up with some better days. Optimistic songs like ‘It’s A Good Day’ (Peggy Lee), ‘Those Were The Days’ (Mary Hopkin) and ‘Lovely Day’ by Bill Withers will sprinkle through your day. There are also favourites such as the Bee Gees (Loney Days), the Kinks (All Day And All Of The Night) and of course, the Beatles with ‘Day Tripper’. An interesting inclusion is Lou Reed‘s ambiguous ‘Perfect Day’. Aussie songs are represented by Linda George (Our Day Will Come) and ex-Aztecs singer, Tony Barber (Someday).

PLAYLIST

  • It’s A Good Day – Peggy Lee
  • More Today Than Yesterday – Spiral Staircase
  • Those Were The Days – Mary Hopkin
  • Our Day Will Come – Linda George
  • Perfect Day – Lou Reed
  • Lonely Days – Bee Gees
  • Lovely Day – Bill Withers
  • Someday We’ll Be Together – The Supremes
  • All Day And All Of The Night – The Kinks
  • Day Tripper – Beatles
  • Someday – Tony Barber
  • That’ll Be The Day – The Crickets

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These days will be remembered as COVID19 days – or the days of the virus. So this week we aim to cheer you up with some better days. Optimistic songs like ‘It’s A Good Day’ […]http://media.blubrry.com/yesterday_once_more/p/joy.org. PLAYLIST

* It’s A Good Day – Peggy Lee
* More Today Than Yesterday – Spiral Staircase
* Those Were The Days – Mary Hopkin
* Our Day Will Come – Linda George
* Perfect Day – Lou Reed
* Lonely Days – Bee Gees
* Lovely Day – Bill Withers
* Someday We’ll Be Together – The Supremes
* All Day And All Of The Night – The Kinks
* Day Tripper – Beatles
* Someday – Tony Barber
* That’ll Be The Day – The Crickets

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