Primal Scream is up next for this Installment of The Best of Britpop Music Tuesday. The Song, “Movin’ On Up”, is one of the Band’s Biggest Britpop Hits, a Quintessential Primal Scream, and Britpop Track from 1991.
In this New Installment of The Best of Northern Soul Music Monday we bring you a Northern Soul Stomper from Okeh Records – Tan Geers’ “What’s the Use of Me Trying”.
In this Week’s Edition of The Best of Northern Soul Music Monday we are featuring our first Northern Soul Girl Group, The Flirtations, with the Song “Nothing But a Heartache”. This is one of the Best Northern Soul Songs, a Heartbreaker of a Song that you can still dance to. Quite a combination. So, c’mon now, Press Play and have a listen, while you learn some about The Flirtations and this Excellent Northern Soul Song, “Nothing But a Heartache”.
Welcome to the Return of Under the Covers Sunday, a space where you can Press Play and have a listen to some of the Greatest Cover Songs, learn a little about them, and do a little Compare/Contrast between the Original and the Cover Version. Feel free to weigh in on each Cover Song in the comments below, and please feel free to throw some Cover Song suggestions down below in the comments.
Let’s start out the Return of Under the Covers Sunday with Karen O and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs take on The Ramones.
Welcome back to This Week’s Weller Wednesday, where we Listen to, Learn about, and Play Loudly the Music of Paul Weller, in all his many evolutions and incarnations. This Week’s Weller Wednesday we are spinning the Top Tune “Wings of Speed”, from Paul Weller’s 1995 Solo Album, Stanley Road. The Album and Song seems to be categorized as BritPop when you do a search online. Let’s have a listen and decide if that is what we Hear when we Press Play.
The Best of Britpop Music Tuesday this Week features one of my All-Time Choice Songs from the band Oasis. The Song, “She’s Electric”, is one of the Best Tracks off of Oasis’ 1995 Quintessential Album, (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? Oasis is definitively one of the Top Britpop Bands, one that comes in a very close second place on my list of Top Britpop Bands, coming in just below Blur. So, have a seat, adjust your speakers, or throw on a pair of headphones, turn that volume up, and let’s take a listen, and learn a little, about one of the Best Britop Bands and Songs with this week’s feature on Oasis’ “She’s Electric”.
This Week’s Installment of The Best of Northern Soul Music Monday features ThisEpic, Banger of a Northern Soul Love Song, “Our Love is in the Pocket”. A love song you can Dance to makes This one of the Best Northern Soul Songs around. So, don’t hesitate, Press Play and have a listen, then slide into your Favorite dance shoes, and grab hold of your Top dancing partner, and give this Song, and yourself, a whirl around this Northern Soul Monday. C’mon Everybody, let’s Dance.
The Best of Britpop Music Tuesday continues with one of my Favorite Songs from the band Pulp. The song “Disco 2000” is my Favorite Track off of my Favorite Pulp Album, Different Class. Pulp is one of the Best of the Britpop Bands, and they are definitely one of my Top Britpop Bands (see my list of Top 10 Britpop Bands from the 90’s here – with Pulp in the Top 5). So, take a seat, adjust your speakers or throw on a set of headphones, turn the volume up, and let’s learn a bit about one of the Best Britpop Bands and Songs with Pulp’s “Disco 2000”.
The Best of Northern Soul Music Monday features Edwin Starr’s Stomper, “Time”. This is one of My Favorite Northern Soul Tracks, one that should definitely be turned up way past loud and danced to. Spread some talc on the floor and get ready to read up, and listen to, some “Time”.