It's been an intense three weeks at work, but it's finally over. Well, it's over for the next four days. When I go back to work on Tuesday, I get to deal with a colleague's departure plus a change in our operating systems and a slew of other stuff.
But that's next week's problem.
For now, I'm crashing. I have stuff to tell you but that's going to have to wait until I decompress a bit.
I did manage to find some good stuff for Set 155 and it all reminds me that pop music can be awesome. And don't forget that next Friday we'll be celebrating three whole years of Five on Friday!
This Will Be, written by Chuck Jackson/Marvin Yancy, released by Natalie Cole in 1975
The Fool on the Hill, written by Paul McCartney/John Lennon, released by The Beatles in 1967
The Fool on the Hill, see above. This is the cover released by Sergio Mendez & Brasil 66 in 1968, because I love this version.
I Can See Clearly Now, written by Johnny Nash, released in 1972
Proud Mary, written by John Fogerty, as performed by Tina Turner in 2009. Keep in mind...that's a 70 year old woman at the end of a 2 hour set, getting her groove on with dancers a third of her age.