We’re delving back to the 1980s for this lost gem from Corey Hart.
Everyone grab your shades, because we’re wearing our sunglasses at night.
Today we pick a song that matches my mood of late.
I did not necessarily say that mood was a happy one.
It was a bit of a dilemma. Do I pick a song that is oriented towards comics since this is Free Comic Book Day? Or, do I pick a song that is Star Wars in theme, since it is May the Fourth (be with you… sound it out).
I decided on this.
Recently, I did a post listing five videos that I thought were a bit below par for the songs they were being matched with.
Well, this week, I’m heading back to the 1980s for a song that is just as sub par as the video it’s matched with.
Something a little different as we take a breather from this past week.
As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, I decided to take a look back at some of the obscure Doctor moments.
Many times throughout the years, Doctor Who played a part in Children in Need, aired on the BBC to collect donations for, well, children in need. This particular episode stands out for Doctor Who fans because, well, just watch as the new meets the old.
This week, we are revisiting a band that I have had in heavy iTunes rotation since I stumbled across them on Youtube.com. I would definitely consider selection a power ballad.
Here is Amaranthe with Amaranthine
- Amaranthe release brand new album, ‘The Nexus’ to great success… (hangout.altsounds.com)
- AMARANTHE – Reach For The Sky (bravewords.com)
We’re playing Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon this week where we connect the classic rock band The Who with Kevin Bacon.
This is actually done in only a couple of steps.
- The Who is fronted by Roger Daltrey
- Roger Daltrey performed the theme song tothe bike messenger movie Quicksilver.
- Quicksilver starred Kevin Bacon
To be honest, this post has absolutely nothing to do with Easter. I am not even going to try and justify it like I did with the actual Saturday Song. This is here just because it is that cool.
I stumbled across this video one day while I was searching Youtube for music. I was not even sure what I was looking for, but I am glad I found this.
What I had never heard were the two of them together… performing Heart’s Barracuda.
Now, I’m still not sure that I would ever buy one of Gretchen Wilson’s country albums. Even the few songs I had explored were just way too country for me. But, if she were to ever release a rock album, even if it were just rock covers, I would buy that CD in a second.
Faster if Barracuda was on it.
Today I’m posting a very special Easter edition of Saturday Songs. I say very special because I used a lot of six degrees logic to justify it.
So, bear with me. It will all be clear in a moment.
I Wanna Be Bad qualifies for Easter music because:
- It is performed by Willa Ford
- Willa Ford appeared in an issue of Playboy
- Playboy‘s logo is a bunny
- What is the big non-Religious symbol of Easter? That’s right, the bunny
So, for your enjoyment, here is one of twelve celebrities who could get me on a roller coaster, Willa Ford and I Wanna Be Bad.
You know, it was really been one of those weeks. My dad started following me on Twitter, which means I probably have to get rid of that now. It was a short weekend with a lot or really weird days at work. And, on top of all of that, I found out (once again) that no woman in the world wants to date me.
So, to Hell with it, it’s time for some really silly videos.
First up is The Presidents of the United States of America with Peaches.
Next up of Weird Al Yankovic with Fat.
And finally, the Frantics with Last Will and Temperment