Here we go again, dear readers.
- Nobody Does It Better – Carly Simon. Bond themes. Some are memorable, some less so. This one from ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ possibly falls into the latter category. Maybe because the song isn’t named after the film, so you forget about it compared to, say, ‘Goldfinger’, or more recently, ‘Skyfall’. In spite of this, it’s not a bad song!
- Something – The Beatles. The greatest love song ever written? It would certainly be in the top three. But that’s just my opinion. Even Ol’ Blue Eyes himself, said it was the greatest Lennon and McCartney song. Something that George Harrison found funny, considering he actually wrote it!
- Let Them Talk – Hugh Laurie. Another bit of Laurie (minus the Fry – see what I did there?!) The only slight niggle is the American accent that now seems second nature to him as a result of his lengthy stint on US television. You’re English, Hugh, dammit!
- Dark Horse – George Harrison. Speaking of George Harrison, here’s one from his solo career post-Beatles. It’s a cool song, and quite clever, because if you think about it, he was the dark horse of the Beatles.
- Sound Of Drums – Kula Shaker. Some mock-Indian nineties indie rock to finish the week. Remember Kula Shaker? This is from the second album which may not be a well known a their debut which featured the likes of ‘Hey Dude’ and ‘Govinda’. I have the best of album, and let me tell you, they produced some bloody good songs. This is one of them.
And that’s the end of another shuffle. See you next week for more.