SONGS THAT FEATURE WHISPERING
If you’re a child, there’s something quite comforting about WHISPERING. It can also be fun, if you’ve got a secret to share. For adults whispering often falls into two categories: it can take on a seductive tone or sometimes it can be quite sinister. Our playlist this week featured songs that do both. Check out the links to background and video clips at the BayFM site HERE and, more importantly, tune in 1-2pm Mondays and take your lunch at BayFM’s Theme Park, 99.9 on the dial or streaming at bayfm.org
Each week I’ll feature one video link here just to keep you amused. This week it’s Cowboy Junkies doing a cover of Lou Reed’s SWEET JANE.
Next week all the songs will reference America – falling on July 4th it was a given. I’m looking for songs about the country as a whole: its culture, its history and its relationship with the rest of the world. Any suggestions? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Listen to Lyn McCarthy at the Theme Park on BayFM at the new time of Mondays 1–2pm, Sydney time
Also streaming via BayFM
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Posted on June 28, 2011, in Alternative country, Alternative rock, Australia, Broadcasting and media, community radio, Disco, general, jazz, music, music - nostalgia, music, r&b, music, soul, pop, Radio Program, rock, Songs featuring Whispering, Uncategorized and tagged April Stevens, Blur, Brenda Lee, Cowboy Junkies, Donna Summer, Dusty Springfield, Isobel Campbell, John Lennon, Lou Reed, Mark Lanegan, Nouvelle Vague, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Songs about Whispering, The Cure, Tracy Chapman, Violent Femmes, Yo La Tengo. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.