So what's it all about . . .?

OK, everyone hates Mondays. Having worn yourself out struggling to work and through the morning, the afternoon is a time to congratulate yourself on having survived. How better to do so than with a wide variety of lively music, none of which is needs to be taken too seriously? Classical pieces done in electronic style? One hit wonders? 70s Funk and disco? 80's electronic pop? Rock? Rap? Jazz? Swing? In fact anything except Country!

Add to that a few silly stories from the world's media, things happening this week, any any announcements that you really need to know about, and you have ‘Monday PM’

Requests are also welcome as long as they aren't dreary! Just don't take any of it seriously . . .

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

MondayPM, 27th June 2011

Ace Of Base • All That She Wants
America • Tin Man
Bob Rivers • Take Some Lessons (& Learn Some New Chords)
Caesars • Jerk It Out
Denza, Luigi • Funiculi-Funicula (Luciano Pavarotti)
Detroit Spinners • It's A Shame
Elvis Presley • Stuck On You
Foreigner • Hot Blooded
Frankie Goes to Hollywood • Two Tribes
Jackson Browne • Running On Empty
James Bond (gunshot intro)
Jeff Healey Band • While My Guitar Gently Weeps
Jesus Jones • Real, Real, Real
Kenny Loggins • Footloose
Laurie Lingo and the Dipsticks • Convoy GB
Love Unlimited Orchestra • Love's Theme
Madonna • Into The Groove
Mark Knopfler • Beyond My Wildest Dreams
Marvin Gaye • Got To Give It Up
Michael Jackson • Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough
Mighty Mighty Bosstones • The Impression That I Get
Peter Sellers and Sophia Loren • Goodness Gracious Me
Pointer Sisters • Neutron Dance
Remi Nicole • Rock N Roll
Robert Palmer • Some Guys Have All the Luck
Simon & Garfunkel • Baby Driver
Squeeze • Cool for Cats
Staple Singers • I'll Take You There
Steve Miller Band • Jet Airliner
Stevie Wonder • Don't You Worry 'bout A Thing
Supremes • You Can't Hurry Love
T-Bone Walker • Got to Cross the Deep Blue Sea
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