Sunday Serenade: Ghost’n’Ghost, Queen, and more!

Time for another Sunday morning dose of random songs that I’ve been listening to this past week! Welcome to Sunday Serenade — now let’s crank the jams up with… 

“The Plain and the Sky” from Suikoden Tierkreis — A very sweet map theme that made me want to bask in it for a long time.

“Looking at the Sunshine” by Raas Masters — WARNING: Do not look directly at the sunshine.

“Spanish Love” by DigitalTek and Danny Boyle — So much to love about this, but I keep zeroing in on the crooning as my favorite part. Perfect for top volume.

“Golden” by Antoine Cara — My 4YO son and I had fun dancing in a chair to this one.

“Crystal” by Pyro X — Happy trippy beats. Nothing revolutionary, but it’s still good stuff.

“Coconut Mystery” by Ghost’n’Ghost — It’s no mystery: This is a peppy little track full of joy.

“Then He Kissed Me” by Rachel Sweet — I can’t hear this and not think of the beginning of Adventures in Babysitting.

“Another One Bites the Dust (Live)” by Queen — Great audience participation on this classic!

“Interstellar” by Nora Van Elken — Man, I really like this one. Listened to it about six times in a row when I first heard it.

One thought on “Sunday Serenade: Ghost’n’Ghost, Queen, and more!

  1. OMG! Rachel Sweet!

    One of my greatest musical regrets is that for some reason I didn’t see her in 1978 when she was on the second Stiff Records tour, with The Records as her backing band. I’ve seen video of her from that tour and she was stunningly good. I saw the first Stiffs Live Stiffs and I have no memory of why I wouldn’t have gone to the see the second, except maybe it didn’t play in my city that time around. I bloody well should have made the effort but in those days, if it didn’t come to me I generally didn’t go to it. What an idiot.

    Her first album two albums are superb and there’s a really great live-on-the-radio concert available online. I want to hear them all again, now.

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