Friday, 15 May 2009

oh baby



you know how we do love a thunderstorm on a record round here so brollies ho everyone for studio 54's finest to wish you the brightest of weekends sweetnesses.


dr buzzard's original savannah band - sunshower


9 comments:

Simon said...

I really want one of those big booming thunderstorms, but if we do have one the missus might go into labour, she's terrified of them!!!

Davy H said...

Just what you need now Smoni; thunderstorm, curry, loud bang - let's get that kid AHT! x

ally. said...

maybe if the mrs is scared of them the little un will be too and won't want to come out till it's all nice ?
x

Steve Harkonnen said...

Interesting, just stopping in to check it out here. Picked you up over at the chip shop blog.

BLTP said...

nice tranny! torn between tango pink and french beige (everyone likes a trim roman!) also it doesn't say if it works on trams...
I'll have listen to the tune in a bit.

ally. said...

looks to me like it'd work anywhere.

steve - ta for popping by and i hope we see you some more
x

radioshirley said...

lovely tunage dear ally ... it was the B-side to their "Cherchez laFemme" 7" here in Oz which I snapped up and got very dizzy with when a wee thing dreaming of palm trees, pencil thin moustaches, Errol In-Like and the Coconut Grove.

I played the B-side more ... in fact ... I'm going to dig it out now in all its scratchy glory!

cha cha!
mr.K & laS
x

BLTP said...

Oh it's that song (or at least a version of it) very good it's nestling on my phone already cheers.

Anonymous said...

i love that dr buzzard album... willfully played it all the time as a teenager during the punk rock boom.....that gorgeous song'hard times'..wonderful singing.

mary cigarettes