Manic Monday Breakfast
Manic Monday breakfast, 16th September.
It was a cold, damp, dark grey Monday morning as I trudged to the station. The rain was falling, ever so slightly, the threat of the approaching Thunderstorm loomed. What's all this got to do with a breakfast program ?? I really don't know.
A bright and uplifting program to get you out of bed, up and moving to face the new day.
I explored my music folders and found some tracks that, according to my records haven't featured on Manic Monday breakfast since it started, what June 2018, that's actually quite scary how quickly that time has passed.
Several Aussie artists amongst the music, Reece Mastin was there with Shut up & Kiss me, Richard Clapton, Girls on the Avenue (wonder if he told them to shut up and kiss him ???), Stevie Wright with Evie, parts 1,2 & 3 (11 mins worth) Sherbet and a few more.
I'm discovering more as I troll through the music I have, whilst some of my favourite tracks may appear, there's tracks off albums that aren't the hit releases but very good songs to listen to. I'll be featuring more of these as time goes on.
Wasn't really a manic day today at the studio, actually rather the opposite, that is a good sign to start the week off with.
My Cobweb classic today, from 1955 and Tony Bennett’s debut hit single - Strangers In Paradise.
My pick me up song - Not a huge hit (chart wise) for Poco, but I quite a few people who play the song quite a lot - Rose Of Cimarron, the full length track 6:42.
Now I'm not sure if we have a Feel Good breakfast show next week, depends if Lynda's space shuttle arrives in time.
Until next Monday (I may have a co-host), remember to always look on the bright side of life..