Five on Friday Set 150

Posted: Friday, November 30, 2012 by Travis Cody in
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Last week was Set 149.  Meh.  Big deal.

This week is Set 150!  Wooo and Hooo!

How come we make a big noise over nice round numbers like 150 instead of ordinary numbers like 149?  After all, in terms of FoF, neither 150 nor 149 is particularly special.  Now just wait until we get to Set 156.

Why, you ask?

Because, I answer.  Set 156 will be the third full year of FoF!

Until then, I suppose we can get a cheap thrill out of Set 150.  Just for practice, maybe.

These are songs from 1978.  Have a great weekend gang!


Hot Child in the City, written by Nick Gilder, as released by Nick Gilder


Kiss You All Over, written by Mike Chapman/Nicky Chinn, as released by Exile


Baby Come Back, written by JC Crowley/Peter Beckett, as released by Player


Love Is Like Oxygen, written by Andy Scott/Trevor Griffin, as released by Sweet


Because the Night, written by Bruce Springsteen/Patti Smith, as released by Patti Smith Group



10 comments:

  1. The 70's and 80's weren't good music decades for me, with a few exceptions, of course. Sometimes I think I was born in the wrong time... and then I hear some doo wop or a wonderful classical piece and I'm much better.

    Congrat's on almost 156. :)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Yea! Yipeeee!! Wheee! (just practicing for 156. ;-) Thanks for the tunes. GGG

  1. any set that kicks off with Hot Child In The City is fine with me ... on to 156!!!

  1. Can't wait for 156! Enjoyed the set this week, Travis - especially Baby Come Back. That's my favorite this week.

  1. Gotta like "hot child in the city." !

  1. What a fantanstic set.thanks for sharing it.

  1. Jean(ie) says:

    That Patti smith song is one of my all-time favorites. :-)

  1. Cherie says:

    I haven't heard those for AGES! Great! :)

  1. Ivanhoe says:

    Yeeehaaaaw! Getting ready for 156! ;)
    Nice selection, Trav! 70's and
    80's are my decades. At least misec-wise. Hehe!