Yesterday Once More https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore A nostalgic musical trip through time from the 50s to the 80s Fri, 01 Jan 2021 15:34:19 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.6 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 Joy , Hope & Wonder https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2021/01/joy-hope-wonder/ Fri, 01 Jan 2021 15:34:19 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1659 Mossy and Rob are sending out a big THANK YOU to all our wonderful listeners and members of the JOY family. We love sharing time with you on Sunday afternoons and surely appreciate your continued support.  […]

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Mossy and Rob are sending out a big THANK YOU to all our wonderful listeners and members of the JOY family. We love sharing time with you on Sunday afternoons and surely appreciate your continued support.  Accolades must go to the talented Clayton, our technician who got us to air each week and the wonderful Julia who orchestrated the weekly podcasts. Our final show before we venture into 2021 features songs with titles or lyrics that promote optimism and happiness wrapped around JOY, HOPE & WONDER .

Best wishes for a HEALTHY and HAPPY NEW YEAR.

We’ll be back on January 17th.

 

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  • I’m into Something Good – Herman’s Hermits
  • Some Kind of Wonderful – Drifters
  • Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Billy Thorpe
  • Imagine – John Lennon
  • You Came, You Saw, You Conquered – The Ronettes
  • Heading in the Right Direction – Renee Geyer
  • Ain’t No Stopping Us Now – McFadden & Whitehead
  • The Wonder of You – Ray Peterson
  • Wonderful Wonderful – Johnny Mathis
  • It’s a Beautiful Morning – Young Rascals
  • Somewhere there’s a Someone – Dean Martin
  • What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong

 

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Mossy and Rob are sending out a big THANK YOU to all our wonderful listeners and members of the JOY family. We love sharing time with you on Sunday afternoons and surely appreciate your continued support.  […]http://media.blubrry. Best wishes for a HEALTHY and HAPPY NEW YEAR.
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* I’m into Something Good – Herman’s Hermits
* Some Kind of Wonderful – Drifters
* Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Billy Thorpe
* Imagine – John Lennon
* You Came, You Saw, You Conquered – The Ronettes
* Heading in the Right Direction – Renee Geyer
* Ain’t No Stopping Us Now – McFadden & Whitehead
* The Wonder of You – Ray Peterson
* Wonderful Wonderful – Johnny Mathis
* It’s a Beautiful Morning – Young Rascals
* Somewhere there’s a Someone – Dean Martin
* What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong

 
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An Eclectic Xmas https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/12/an-eclectic-xmas/ Sun, 27 Dec 2020 05:55:17 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1653 It’s here again and in these trying times we wish everyone health and happiness at Xmas and throughout the next year. Departing from the usual Xmas fare we decided to wander into unusual and varied […]

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It’s here again and in these trying times we wish everyone health and happiness at Xmas and throughout the next year. Departing from the usual Xmas fare we decided to wander into unusual and varied presentations of Xmas. We have some religious songs such as Colleen Hewett’s epic from ‘Godspell’, ‘Prepare Ye The Way Of The Lord/Day By Day’ and the popular gospel ‘Oh Happy Day’ from the Edwin Hawkins singers. Of great interest is the haunting carol from Canada (Huron Carol). John Lennon‘s anthemic plea for world peace features (Happy Xmas/War Is Over) and Slade‘s rock song (Merry Xmas Everybody). There is comedy in the form of the delightful Aussie spoof on ‘Jingle Bells’ written by Greg Champion called (Aussie Jingle Bells) and South African singer/comedian Paddy Roberts, with a satirical jab at Xmas commercialism and indulgence (Merry Xmas You Suckers). Elton John (Step into Xmas) and Chuck Berry (Run Rudolph Run) chime in with their own take on Xmas.

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1 & 2. Prepare Ye The Way Of The Lord/Day By Day – Colleen Hewett

  1. Wonderful Xmas Time – Paul McCartney
  2. Huron Carol – Canadian Tenors.
  3. Merry Xmas Everybody – Slade
  4. Oh Happy Day – Edwin Hawkins Singers
  5. Aussie Jingle Bells – Bucko & Champs
  6. Happy Xmas/War Is Over – John Lennon
  7. Step into Xmas – Elton John
  8. Merry Xmas You Suckers – Paddy Roberts
  9. Run Rudolph Run – Chuck Berry
  10. Little Saint Nick – Beach Boys

 

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It’s here again and in these trying times we wish everyone health and happiness at Xmas and throughout the next year. Departing from the usual Xmas fare we decided to wander into unusual and varied […]http://media.blubrry. PLAYLIST
1 & 2. Prepare Ye The Way Of The Lord/Day By Day – Colleen Hewett

* Wonderful Xmas Time – Paul McCartney
* Huron Carol – Canadian Tenors.
* Merry Xmas Everybody – Slade
* Oh Happy Day – Edwin Hawkins Singers
* Aussie Jingle Bells – Bucko & Champs
* Happy Xmas/War Is Over – John Lennon
* Step into Xmas – Elton John
* Merry Xmas You Suckers – Paddy Roberts
* Run Rudolph Run – Chuck Berry
* Little Saint Nick – Beach Boys

 
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Hold https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/12/hold/ Sun, 20 Dec 2020 14:11:40 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1649 As we near the close of a year that can be seen as somewhat tactile deficient, we thought it was time to embrace some wonderful songs that are well situated within the theme of HOLD.  […]

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As we near the close of a year that can be seen as somewhat tactile deficient, we thought it was time to embrace some wonderful songs that are well situated within the theme of HOLD.  The majority of songs tend to relate to holding or touching people, though ELO wants you to hold on to your dreams, John Lennon suggests that when you’re alone in the world you just have to hold on, Smokey Robinson refers to an emotional hold on someone and Sue Thompson is hoping that James will hold the ladder steady to aid in her safe getaway.

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  • Hold Me – P J Proby
  • You Really Got a Hold on Me – Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
  • Baby Hold Me Close – Billy Thorpe
  • Hold Me ‘til the Morning Comes – Paul Anka feat. Peter Cetera
  • Hold On Tight – ELO
  • Hold the Line – Toto
  • Hold Me Close – David Essex
  • Hold On – John Lennon
  • Hold Me Tight – Johnny Nash
  • Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me – Mel Carter
  • James Hold the Ladder Steady – Sue Thompson
  • I Want to Hold Your Hand – Beatles

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* Hold Me – P J Proby
* You Really Got a Hold on Me – Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
* Baby Hold Me Close – Billy Thorpe
* Hold Me ‘til the Morning Comes – Paul Anka feat. Peter Cetera
* Hold On Tight – ELO
* Hold the Line – Toto
* Hold Me Close – David Essex
* Hold On – John Lennon
* Hold Me Tight – Johnny Nash
* Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me – Mel Carter
* James Hold the Ladder Steady – Sue Thompson
* I Want to Hold Your Hand – Beatles

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Time https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/12/time-2/ Tue, 08 Dec 2020 14:34:08 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1644 When do we have enough of it? Will we make it in time? Every day in every way our lives are ruled by Time. This week’s program presents some songs straight from the vault – […]

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When do we have enough of it? Will we make it in time? Every day in every way our lives are ruled by Time. This week’s program presents some songs straight from the vault – ‘Good Timin’ by falsetto impresario, Jimmy Jones, ‘It’s Just A Matter Of Time’ (Brook Benton) and ‘Goodtime Baby’ from teen idol, Bobby Rydell. More recently is Cyndi Lauper‘s gorgeous eighties hit ‘Time After Time’. Super groups The Rolling Stones (The Last Time) and The Beatles (Any Time At All) feature as well. The signature song ‘Time’ is sung by English singer, Craig Douglas. The Aussie flavour is provided by Ray Brown and The Whispers with their cover of the Wilson Pickett hit ‘In The Midnight Hour’ and impressive singing from King Harvest with their medley (Wichita Lineman/ By The Time I Get To Phoenix).

PLAYLIST

  • In The Midnight Hour – Ray Brown & The Whispers
  • Time (Clock Of The Heart) – Culture Club
  • Time After Time – Cyndi Lauper
  • Do That To Me One More Time – Captain & Tennille
  • Good Timin’ – Jimmy Jones
  • Wichita Lineman/By The Time I Get To Phoenix – King Harvest
  • It’s Just A Matter Of Time – Brook Benton
  • The Last Time – Rolling Stones
  • Time – Craig Douglas
  • Sign Of The Times – Petula Clark
  • Goodtime Baby – Bobby Rydell
  • Any Time At All – Beatles

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* In The Midnight Hour – Ray Brown & The Whispers
* Time (Clock Of The Heart) – Culture Club
* Time After Time – Cyndi Lauper
* Do That To Me One More Time – Captain & Tennille
* Good Timin’ – Jimmy Jones
* Wichita Lineman/By The Time I Get To Phoenix – King Harvest
* It’s Just A Matter Of Time – Brook Benton
* The Last Time – Rolling Stones
* Time – Craig Douglas
* Sign Of The Times – Petula Clark
* Goodtime Baby – Bobby Rydell
* Any Time At All – Beatles

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Guys and Dolls – 6 https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/12/guys-and-dolls-6/ Fri, 04 Dec 2020 17:55:23 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1639 This week, the 6th edition of the theme Guys and Dolls includes another twelve great songs titled with a person’s name. Paul Peterson refers to ‘Sandy’, Janis Joplin is with ‘Bobby McGee’ and Bobby Gentry remembers ‘Billie Joe’. The Australian […]

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This week, the 6th edition of the theme Guys and Dolls includes another twelve great songs titled with a person’s name. Paul Peterson refers to ‘Sandy’, Janis Joplin is with ‘Bobby McGee’ and Bobby Gentry remembers ‘Billie Joe’. The Australian contingent is singing about ‘Penelope’, ‘Magazine Madonna’ and ‘Timothy’ while Johnny Mathis, one of our LGBTI favourites, sings about ‘Maria’ from the musical Westside Story. Wings enjoy a road trip with ‘Helen Wheels’, Ram Jam rev up a great version of ‘Black Betty’ and Neil Sedaka is smiling now that he’s met ‘Sunny’. The Cufflinks are telling ‘Sally’ to run toward happiness while Dion is telling people to stay away from ‘Runaround Sue’.

PLAYLIST

  • A Little Bit For Sandy – Paul Peterson
  • Penelope – Normie Rowe (AUS)
  • Magazine Madonna – Sherbet (AUS)
  • Me & Bobby McGee – Janis Joplin
  • Black Betty – Ram Jam
  • Ode To Billie Joe – Bobby Gentry
  • Helen Wheels – Wings
  • Maria – Johnny Mathis
  • Sunny – Neil Sedaka
  • Runaround Sue – Dion
  • Run Sally Run – Cuff Links
  • Timothy – Ann Hawker (AUS)

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This week, the 6th edition of the theme Guys and Dolls includes another twelve great songs titled with a person’s name. Paul Peterson refers to ‘Sandy’, Janis Joplin is with ‘Bobby McGee’ and Bobby Gentry remembers ‘Billie Joe’. PLAYLIST

* A Little Bit For Sandy – Paul Peterson
* Penelope – Normie Rowe (AUS)
* Magazine Madonna – Sherbet (AUS)
* Me & Bobby McGee – Janis Joplin
* Black Betty – Ram Jam
* Ode To Billie Joe – Bobby Gentry
* Helen Wheels – Wings
* Maria – Johnny Mathis
* Sunny – Neil Sedaka
* Runaround Sue – Dion
* Run Sally Run – Cuff Links
* Timothy – Ann Hawker (AUS)

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Belonging https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/11/belonging/ Sat, 28 Nov 2020 11:19:09 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1634 This week’s theme is ‘Belonging’. In some ways this is a loaded term with implications. When you are dealing with songs from different eras they will inevitably reflect values that are challenging, even antithetical, to […]

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This week’s theme is ‘Belonging’. In some ways this is a loaded term with implications. When you are dealing with songs from different eras they will inevitably reflect values that are challenging, even antithetical, to our modern values. Songs containing the word ‘mine’ implying ownership were very frequent in the fifties and sixties. Starting with the Small Faces sixties song’ Sorry She’s Mine’ to Jimmie Rodgers ‘Are You really Mine?’ and Pat Boone‘s ‘Remember You’re Mine’ we start to form a picture of how relationships were viewed. Songs containing the word ‘belong’ such as Jo Stafford‘s ‘You Belong To me’ and Aussie duo Bobby and Laurie‘s ‘I Belong With You’ also suggest togetherness with an underlying nod to ownership. But just as we were despairing along comes Lesley Gore in the sixties with her ‘antidote’ song ‘You Don’t Own Me’ which challenges all the conventions of ‘Belonging’.

PLAYLIST

  • Sorry She’s Mine – Small Faces
  • You’re My World – Cilla Black
  • She’s My Baby – Johnny O’Keefe
  • The Two Of Us – Jackie Trent & Tony Hatch
  • You Belong To Me – Jo Stafford
  • Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now – Starship
  • You Don’t Own Me – Lesley Gore
  • You Like Me Too Much – The Beatles
  • Are You Really Mine? – Jimmie Rodgers
  • I Belong With You – Bobby & Laurie
  • Remember You’re Mine – Pat Boone
  • Tonight You Belong To Me – Patience & Prudence

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* Sorry She’s Mine – Small Faces
* You’re My World – Cilla Black
* She’s My Baby – Johnny O’Keefe
* The Two Of Us – Jackie Trent & Tony Hatch
* You Belong To Me – Jo Stafford
* Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now – Starship
* You Don’t Own Me – Lesley Gore
* You Like Me Too Much – The Beatles
* Are You Really Mine? – Jimmie Rodgers
* I Belong With You – Bobby & Laurie
* Remember You’re Mine – Pat Boone
* Tonight You Belong To Me – Patience & Prudence

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Transport https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/11/transport/ Tue, 17 Nov 2020 15:07:50 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1629 This week’s theme presents songs relating to the way we get around via different modes of TRANSPORT. Jimmy Rodgers, LRB and Jo Stafford  take to boating the waterways while the Shadows opt for rafting. Queen is […]

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This week’s theme presents songs relating to the way we get around via different modes of TRANSPORT. Jimmy Rodgers, LRB and Jo Stafford  take to boating the waterways while the Shadows opt for rafting. Queen is loving the car and Jo Jo Zepp with Jane Clifton and Grammy winner Rick Springfield and Grammy nominee Randy Crawford are enjoying the use of taxis. ELO and Sheena Easton prefer journeying by rail, while Robert Plant is trucking along in ‘Big Log’. The Steve Miller Band takes to the skies in ‘Jet Airliner’ and Henry Mancini’s travels along with his Grammy winning ‘Baby Elephant Walk’.

PLAYLIST

  • I’m in Love with My Car – Queen
  • Wreck of the John B – Jimmy Rodgers
  • Cool Change – LRB
  • Taxi Mary – Jo Jo Zepp and the Falcons Featuring Jane Clifton
  • Jet Airliner – Steve Miller Band
  • Big Log – Robert Plant
  • Last Train To London – ELO
  • 9-5 (Morning Train) – Sheena Easton
  • Taxi Dancing – Rick Springfield & Randy Crawford
  • Shrimp Boats – Jo Stafford
  • Baby Elephant Walk – Henry Mancini
  • Kontiki – The Shadows

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* I’m in Love with My Car – Queen
* Wreck of the John B – Jimmy Rodgers
* Cool Change – LRB
* Taxi Mary – Jo Jo Zepp and the Falcons Featuring Jane Clifton
* Jet Airliner – Steve Miller Band
* Big Log – Robert Plant
* Last Train To London – ELO
* 9-5 (Morning Train) – Sheena Easton
* Taxi Dancing – Rick Springfield & Randy Crawford
* Shrimp Boats – Jo Stafford
* Baby Elephant Walk – Henry Mancini
* Kontiki – The Shadows

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Royalty https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/11/royalty-2/ Sat, 14 Nov 2020 16:48:02 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1625 Today’s theme is ‘Royalty’. During the program you will hear songs about Kings, Queens, Princesses, Dukes, Sultans and Ladies. Beginning with Bob Dylan’s ‘Lay Lady Lay’ we move to former popular Mouseketeer, Annette Funicello, with […]

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Today’s theme is ‘Royalty’. During the program you will hear songs about Kings, Queens, Princesses, Dukes, Sultans and Ladies. Beginning with Bob Dylan’s ‘Lay Lady Lay’ we move to former popular Mouseketeer, Annette Funicello, with one of her surfie songs ‘Pineapple Princess’. Another teen surfie idol was James Darren (Her Royal Majesty). The epic in this week’s program is Dire Straits‘ ‘Sultans Of Swing’. The former advertisement for a body wash was actually a big hit for Gene Chandler (Duke Of Earl). Queen (Killer Queen) and The Beatles (Lady Madonna) also join the party. The Aussie contribution is from The Easybeats (Little Queenie) and Melbourne group The Strangers (Lady Scorpio).

PLAYLIST

  • Lay Lady Lay – Bob Dylan
  • Little Queenie – Easybeats
  • Pineapple Princess – Annette Funicello
  • Sir Duke – Stevie Wonder
  • Her Royal Majesty – James Darren
  • Sultans Of Swing – Dire Straits
  • Duke Of Earl – Gene Chandler
  • Killer Queen – Queen
  • King Of The Road – Roger Miller
  • From A Jack To A King – Ned Miller
  • Lady Madonna – The Beatles

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Today’s theme is ‘Royalty’. During the program you will hear songs about Kings, Queens, Princesses, Dukes, Sultans and Ladies. Beginning with Bob Dylan’s ‘Lay Lady Lay’ we move to former popular Mouseketeer, Annette Funicello, with […]http://media. PLAYLIST

* Lay Lady Lay – Bob Dylan
* Little Queenie – Easybeats
* Pineapple Princess – Annette Funicello
* Sir Duke – Stevie Wonder
* Her Royal Majesty – James Darren
* Sultans Of Swing – Dire Straits
* Duke Of Earl – Gene Chandler
* Killer Queen – Queen
* King Of The Road – Roger Miller
* From A Jack To A King – Ned Miller
* Lady Madonna – The Beatles

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Animalia https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/11/animalia/ Mon, 02 Nov 2020 15:21:21 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1620 As Melbourne emerges from hibernation, we figured, so must our zoos. Hence we decided to wrap a theme around songs incorporating the names of animals or pop groups who chose animals as their musical moniker, […]

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As Melbourne emerges from hibernation, we figured, so must our zoos. Hence we decided to wrap a theme around songs incorporating the names of animals or pop groups who chose animals as their musical moniker, namely The Chipmunks and The Ferrets.  The ANIMALIA songlist comprises animals ranging in size from small Cats, Foxes and Wolves to the larger Elephants, Tigers and Apes. It is not unusual for gatherings to   have gate crashers and in this instance a Barracuda and a Snowbird infiltrated the Animalia theme.

PLAYLIST

  • Fox On The Run – Sweet
  • At The Zoo – Simon & Garfunkel
  • Year of the Cat – Al Stewart
  • Love Cats – The Cure
  • The Elephant Song – Kamahl
  • Don’t Fall In Love – The Ferrets
  • Hungry Like The Wolf – Duran Duran
  • Alvin’s Harmonica – David Seville & The  Chipmunks
  • Barracuda -Heart
  • Paper Tiger – Sue Thompson
  • Snowbird – Liv Maessen
  • I Go Ape – Neil Sedaka

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* Fox On The Run – Sweet
* At The Zoo – Simon & Garfunkel
* Year of the Cat – Al Stewart
* Love Cats – The Cure
* The Elephant Song – Kamahl
* Don’t Fall In Love – The Ferrets
* Hungry Like The Wolf – Duran Duran
* Alvin’s Harmonica – David Seville & The  Chipmunks
* Barracuda -Heart
* Paper Tiger – Sue Thompson
* Snowbird – Liv Maessen
* I Go Ape – Neil Sedaka

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Portraits https://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/2020/10/portraits/ Fri, 30 Oct 2020 14:59:55 +0000 http://joy.org.au/yesterdayoncemore/?p=1616 This week’s theme presents some musical portraits or paintings by words. Starting with the quintessential portrait of Vincent Van Gogh immortalised by singer/songwriter Don Mclean (Vincent) the program presents an array of songs about imagined […]

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This week’s theme presents some musical portraits or paintings by words. Starting with the quintessential portrait of Vincent Van Gogh immortalised by singer/songwriter Don Mclean (Vincent) the program presents an array of songs about imagined and real people. Two songs about real people are John Lennon‘s poignant ‘Beautiful Boy’ about his son, Sean and Aussie band The Go Betweens with their wry tribute to Irish film star, Lee Remick (Lee Remick). Other songs feature characters from movies such as ‘Mrs Robinson’ by Simon & Garfunkel from the film ‘The Graduate’ and Cher‘s version of ‘Alfie’ from the film of the same name. Rod Stewart‘s first hit “Maggie May’ accompanies songs about ordinary people from The Beatles (Lovely Rita Meter Maid) and Aussie Ronnie Burns (Coal Man).

PLAYLIST

  • Vincent – Don McLean
  • Lovely Rita Meter Maid – The Beatles
  • Ruby Tuesday – Melanie
  • Coal Man – Ronnie Burns
  • Mrs Robinson – Simon & Garfunkel
  • Maggie May – Rod Stewart
  • Beautiful Boy – John Lennon
  • Delilah – Tom Jones
  • Lee Remick – The Go Betweens
  • Alfie – Cher
  • Old Rivers – Walter Brennan
  • (Just Like) Romeo And Juliet – Mental As Anything

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This week’s theme presents some musical portraits or paintings by words. Starting with the quintessential portrait of Vincent Van Gogh immortalised by singer/songwriter Don Mclean (Vincent) the program presents an array of songs about imagined […]http:... PLAYLIST

* Vincent – Don McLean
* Lovely Rita Meter Maid – The Beatles
* Ruby Tuesday – Melanie
* Coal Man – Ronnie Burns
* Mrs Robinson – Simon & Garfunkel
* Maggie May – Rod Stewart
* Beautiful Boy – John Lennon
* Delilah – Tom Jones
* Lee Remick – The Go Betweens
* Alfie – Cher
* Old Rivers – Walter Brennan
* (Just Like) Romeo And Juliet – Mental As Anything

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