Baby Bye Bye – Kitty, Daisy & Lewis

Another song that sounds happy but is sad, kind of.

DIRECTOR Tom Coles I DOP Mark Warmington I Production Co Undercranked ‚Kitty, Daisy and Lewis Baby Bye Bye‘ from Mark Warmington on Vimeo.


Les Rita Mitsouko is a big love of mine. When I started studying in Graz I bought the Album The No Comprendo it had some fake scratches, which I found cool. The Song Marcia was not on this Allbum, but it is one of my favorite tracks, although it’s about death and dying and dancing and living.

Wikipedia: „It is a tribute to Argentine dancer and choreographer Marcia Moretto, who participated in the band’s tours before her death from breast cancer in 1981 at the age of 32.“ Look at the costumes, the paintings, the choreography! And the google who did these.

Les Rita Mitsouko – Marcia Baila from Colin McLovin on Vimeo.


Resitiré

I will resist. This is a very important song in Pedro Almodóvars movie Atamé, 1989. It is also a very positive message, It is like Gloria Gaynor’s „I will survive!“ but in spanish and less revenge focused, but more: I will survive against all circumstances. I love the movie Atamé. Listen to it and get a translation, the text is important and it is a nice song.

I wish you all the best for the holidays and the new year to come!


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Neil Young

Altough I’m an old Neil-Young fan, I don’t now much about him. This guitar on the Dead Man soundtrack fascinated me and a friend of mine gave me the CD back then.

Today I heard this Buffalo Springfield tune in my head and began to investigate. Steve Stills and Neil Young were members of this band. This song is genius. Just listen to the lyrics, and the guitar.

Now I’ve watched several documentations about Neil Young on Youtube. Very interesting.


Venus von Bananarama aber eigentlich von Shocking Blue

„Von wem is’n des?“ Nichts fiel mir ein, bin ja nur der DJ. – „Von Bananarama“ war dann meine Antwort nach einen Blick auf den Bildschirm.

Nun, zwei Wochen später, hab ich gegoogelt: Bananarama haben 1986 einen Song der niederländischen Band: Shocking Blue gecovert, den diese 1969 veröffentlichte und der schon damals ein Nummer 1 Hit war (USA, Schweiz). Stock Aitken Waterman (Dead or Alive, Rick Astley, Kylie Minogue) haben den Song produziert. Im „Stars on 45  Medley“ (1981) wird der Originalsong ebenfalls kurz angespielt.

Mein Gott, wie hat sich dieses Medley in mein Hirn gebrannt. Das war auch in der Hitparade damals und ich 13 Jahre alt.