Caught this from the Robinson's mix tape. Thanks. "Signs, Signs, Everywhere a Sign." I remember the chorus being used in a Purim play at JCC day camp in the early 70s. Five Man Electric Band.
The theme from "The Mary Tyler Moore Show." We're watching Season 4.
Johnny Mathis singing "Marshmallow World" today. Yesterday was fragmented holiday music that faded quickly.
I have the first few bars of "Camelot" this morning. Not the Richard Harris version, the Richard Burton version -- but that's rights-protected.
Bonnie Tyler, "Total Eclipse of the Heart." She looks a lot like the blonde cop on Reno 911.
Well, nothing and everything. No specific music today, just lots and lots of awesome snow!
BOTH grandmothers gave my child "Hannah Montana: The Movie" for the holidays. Talk about post-feminist. Anyway, here's "Butterfly Fly Away," a sweet song.
So what's worse, Billy Ray Cyrus' mullet or the soul patch?
Now that I've accumulated a year and a half's worth of data points, I've been doing a little analysis of the musical periods represented in my daily earworm.
Just finished 12/1/2008 to 12/17/2009 and here's what I found:
Mean: 1973.6 (c. July 1973)
Mode: 1965 (second runner up 1979)
Range: 81 (1928-2009)
I was born in December 1964, so I find it fascinating that the mode is close to my birth year and that the runner up is around the time I entered high school. Update to follow when I get around to incorporating the remaining seven months, but I don't expect the curve will change much.
"Rock'n Me" baby! Can anyone really say they *don't* like this song? It's catchy and the kids can dance to it.
Delayed virus from Clarke -- a reprisal of "Shiny Shiny" by Haysi Fantayzee.