Thursday, 31 July 2008

Random play


The Piranhas - Tom Hark

10 comments:

Davy H said...

Everywhere you look there's a reminder of school summer holidays past at the moment - this is North Wales in 1980, 'Ashes To Ashes' is number one and I've read my Smash Hits from cover to cover.

And not so random Mr Simon - according to The Guinness Book, this was released on August 2nd. Shpooky.

Simon said...

Wow. That is spooky!!!

dickvandyke said...

Reminds me of a post I did over 3 years ago at ..

http://lastnightanmp3savedmywife.blogspot.com/2005_05_01_lastnightanmp3savedmywife_archive.html

scroll down a bit for The Pirahnas.

dickvandyke said...

Sorry, that's...

http://lastnightanmp3savedmywife.blogspot.com/2005_05_01_lastnightanmp3savedmywife_archive.html

dickvandyke said...

http://lastnightanmp3savedmywife.blogspot.com/2005
_05_01_lastnightanmp3savedmywife_archive.html


Fuckin thing. Last try!

Simon said...

heh, that looks like beer posting to me!

I didn't realise you used to do that blog; I used to be a regular reader...in fact I remember that post!

dickvandyke said...

You remember that post!!

Your memory is better than my functioning - after a post-work pint or 3 of hand-pulled Tetleys!

Simon said...

I got into the blogs sometime during 2005, it was London Lee's old blog was my first, but Last Night had the best blog title!

Any major dude with half a heart said...

Ah, a South African song. Originally recorded in the '50s by Elias Lerole & his Zig-Zag Flutes.

Reminds me of the over-fuckery of the composer of The Lion Sleeps Tonight. Poor guy, a South African, of course, died penniless, having been ripped off shamelessly. His family sued Disney a few years ago for a cut of Lion King moolah. I never found out how it ended. Maybe I should follow my own mantra of "Google is your friend".

Palyniam said...

Just found you and one of my favorite tunes from my youth im 46 no and still like this song. Thanks