Well, it’s been a month since my last Music Monday. I’ve been busy with end-of-the-year papers, projects, and exams, but now I’m all done with that. So today, I present to you… Four songs for this Music Monday.
#1: “Prayer of the Refugee” arranged and played by the Vitamin String Quartet
#2: “Foreplay/Long Time” by Boston
#3: “Quest for the Jam” by Ronald Jenkees
#4: “The Government Can” by Tim Hawkins
Today’s music is “Christ lag in Todes Banden” or “Christ lay in death’s bonds.” This is Bach’s cantata on Martin Luther’s easter hymn.
Today’s music is “Sweet is the Night” by the Electric Light Orchestra. This song was released in 1977. It is one of my favorite rock songs.
Today’s music is “Did you steal my money” by The Who. This song is terribly written. It’s so bad it’s good so I’ve made it today’s music. Enjoy laughing at a good band playing a stupid song!
Today’s music is “500 Miles” played by Peter, Paul, and Mary. Even though I am a teenager, I still like listening to music in the ’60s and ’70s. This particular song has been covered by many artists, but this one is my favorite.
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. day!