So, I have to offer an apology. I’ve done a lot of “music video” posts this past week. But, I have a good reason. Not an excuse, just a reason.
In the past, I have talked about the “big job” that I do every year around this time. Well, now is that time and I am in that mode. Knowing that I had this job to do, and having a lot of podcasts to produce last week, it was just easier to do the videos, although, finding the right thing to post is more than just a simple process. I have to find what the “anniversary” or reason is for posting something and then finding a decent version of it.
I will go ahead and tell you that the next few days will be music videos. Speaking of which… today is the 36th anniversary of the Thompson Twins Into the Gap album that had several singles: “Doctor Doctor,” “The Gap,” “Sister of Mercy,” “You Take Me Up” and this one, which I believe if I were to do the count, meaning on compilation or soundtrack CDs, cassettes, or vinyl, I have more copies of this song than any other non-KISS tunes. Enjoy!
Until tomorrow, same blog channel…
“You say I’m a dreamer. We’re two of a kind. Both of us searching for some perfect world we know we’ll never find. So perhaps I should leave here. Yeah, yeah, and go far away. But you know that there’s nowhere that I’d rather be than with you here today.” – “Hold Me Now” (Bailey/Currie/Leeway)