Weekly song challenge. 10/6/2019

Weekly song challenge

Laura tells us she’s busy with a golf scramble today, but left us the musical questions she wants us to reply to this week. So, first the rules:

Copy rules and add to your own post, pinging back to her post.

Post music videos for your answers to the musical questions.

Tag two people to participate!

Post a video of a song that makes you think of your youth.

Sunshine Superman by Donovan 1966 and I was 13yrs old crush on Donovan, the Stones, the Yardbirds and the Hollies to mention just a few!

Post a video of a song about having had your fill of BS.

Imogen Heap from her 2014 album Sparks. Run time.

A great song about the end of a relationship, it’s finished done let it go, it’s past its sell by date!

Post a video of a song about being unapologetic for standing your ground.

Well it’s got to be a young Rod Stewart from 1971. Maggie May. The lyrics just ball at you No More of this shit!

I nominate Ritu and Marian Wood

The Walk ( Music Theme )

I hope I am not  to late  to join  in  …. this  weeks theme , I am letting  the songs  speak for themselves!


Please  check out  the other  themers! 


WALK — Music Theme









Hi  there fellow Themists! The  next theme is to be , SECRETS,HOPES and WISHES , FANTASIES  even.

You  do not have to be heroic  or altruistic, but  you must be honest   at least to your self!

Here is a list of fellow Themists.






Next Music Theme : Colours.

Music Themes — New Theme For Tomorrow

by bearspawprint

Musical Theme : Flash Mob!

Flash Mob: Great theme  thanks Eva!

Ruth Carter – Flash Mob Law….. Flash Mob  law? Now really!

SURPRISE ENDING – Flash Mob Marriage Proposal:  more and more people are going to extreme lengths to have bigger better  and more impressive proposals….. some do go over the top!

Flash mob UE Katowice : strangely pointless flash mob  just before an exam??

Christmas food hall : Lovely video, surprise and joy all mixed up!

Rock choir : The video is self explanatory . Rock Choir is huge in Britain, women and men  but mostly women for some reason! all join together  and sing!

Rock Choir is described as being the United Kingdom‘s original, and the world’s largest, contemporary choir.[1] It holds three Guinness World Records – ‘biggest hit act in the UK’,[2] ‘largest musical act to release an album (signed)’[3] and ‘largest song and dance routine held at multiple locations’.[4][5] Rock Choir offers teenagers and adults the chance to sing pop, Motown, gospel and chart songs without the need to audition, read music or have any previous singing experience.[6] On 16 July 2010 the Daily Mail called it “Britain’s biggest choral movement.”[7] In March 2012 it had over 16,000 members rehearsing in 186 locations throughout the UK.[8] In August 2011, Coutts Woman Magazine described Rock Choir as “a community singing phenomenon that is sweeping the country,” and “one of Britain’s biggest brands.”[9]  

Rock Choir was established in 2005 by musician and singer Caroline Redman Lusher.[7] The Sunday Times Culture magazine said ‘its formula is unique. Learning by rote (repetition, not sheet music), amateurs rehearse harmonies and choreographed movements to those hits that everybody knows and impulsively sings along to’.[10] Redman Lusher first came up with the concept in the 1990s, while teaching music and performing arts at Farnborough 6th Form College, Hampshire. To help students pass their singing modules, she introduced weekly group singing sessions in which she taught three-part harmonies to well-liked songs. It became so popular that she decided to offer the concept to the general public.[7] In 2005, Redman Lusher placed an advertisement for Rock Choir in a coffee shop in Farnham, Surrey, which initially attracted the first 70 members.

Redman Lusher said: ‘I started saving my salary as a teacher and handed in my notice. My mother had come up with the name over a cup of tea and a friend’s son designed the logo for me to put on the posters! By July I had left my job and also borrowed £1,000 from my father David to buy a portable piano, P.A. and head mic. We hired a local hall and put out 40 chairs. 70 people walked in. Some told me they’d been stopped from singing in the school choir many years ago, or their husbands or children would tease them and wouldn’t let them sing in the house’.[11]  source  Wikipedia.

Terminal Five Heathrow  : T mobile Advert  Watch arriving passengers be given a welcome home to remember at Heathrow Terminal 5. Big thanks to all our talented singers who feature in the ad.  For updates, exclusive content and more info on our talented cast, join our new facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/tmobileuk

sweet marriage proposal Another  marriage proposal!

Carmina Burana : Soloists, Choir, Orchestra of the Vienna Volksoper gave a special performance in April, passengers and pedestrians. The artists broke away from the crowd –

waitrose : The Rushden Branch of Waitrose , a firm I used to work for and was very happy doing so. Though not at that branch. I included it because it brought back many happy memories.

T Mobile : Royal wedding advert.  The advert, called Wedding Dance, was filmed at St Bartholomew’s Church in London – a church that featured in Four Weddings And A Funeral.

Look-a-likes of Kate Middleton, Prince William and all the others who will be playing a part in the big day dance down the aisle recreating disco-style moves choreographed by Pineapple Dance Studio’s Louie Spence.

Around 130 guests watch as ‘Charles’ gets into character and and bumps behinds with ‘Camilla’.

‘The Queen’ claps her hands more conservatively, and ‘Prince Harry’, for once, looks more reluctant and restrained than all of the rest of his relatives

‘William’ and ‘Kate’ exchange their vows infront of an Archbishop of Canterbury look-a-like and ‘Kate’ looks decidedly unimpressed by her husband’s advances when he goes in to kiss the bride.

She perks-up again quickly though, and the pair pull off some Saturday Night Fever style finger pointing moves as they stroll back down the aisle. Great fun!

Flash Mob Mumbai – CST Official Video :

200 ordinary Mumbaikars (aged 4-60) come together one busy Sunday evening for pure joy. The historic CST station blares ‘Rang De Basanti’ on its speakers while surprised train commuters rush to see whats going on.

T mobile Liverpool stn  Shot at 11am on the 15th of Jan 2009 at Londons Liverpool Street Station

T mobile Hey Jude   :

Uploaded on 2 May 2009

The exclusive 4 minute extended version of the moment 13,500 people sang Hey Jude together in Trafalgar Square. Everyone involved arrived thinking they could be dancing – no-one had any idea how the event would unfold.

Flashmob Flash Mob – Ode an die Freude ( Ode to Joy ) Beethoven

Published on 6 Jul 2012

Flashmob Flash Mob – Ode an die Freude ( Ode to Joy ) Beethoven Symphony No.9 classical music

HellMarch pure evil. I  disclaim all comments and opinions  expressed with this video :  I abhor  everything These pure evil scenes depict! The very first and most evil Flash Mob Hitler and his troopers see here   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sturmabteilung    Hitler here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_Hitler

You also need to check out  http://bearspawprint.wordpress.com/2013/10/17/music-themes-flash-mob/

http://johnnyojanpera.wordpress.com/   and http://47whitebuffalo.wordpress.com/  for more on the Flash Mob!


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