What you hear is not a test

Sorry to go quiet on you. Since the election I’ve been insanely busy – not to mention being depressed and really rather tired – so there hasn’t been much blogging and probably won’t be for a while (although I’ve got a concluding unscientific postscript to the previous post worked out and ready to go, just as soon as I can find the time to get it blogged).

In the mean time, this was too good to miss:

what was number one in the week you were born?

At the risk of not so much showing my age as waving it about, here’s mine:

In the spirit of the BBC’s Eurovision voting forms, it has to be said that the “Performance” isn’t up to much, and the less said about the “Dance and Outfits” the better. But the “Song” is holding up pretty well.

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2 Comments

  1. Chris Williams
    Posted 2 June 2010 at 16:50 | Permalink | Reply

    Mine was one of those 1960s songs which would get a tabloid mob at the door in about half a hour if you released it now – “Young Girl” by Gary ?Pluckett (perhaps ‘Phuket’, which would be more appropriate for at least two reasons) And The Union Gap.

  2. yorksranter
    Posted 3 June 2010 at 16:49 | Permalink | Reply

    Mine heads straight for the dancefloor.

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