Sunday, March 13, 2011

Sunday Session

On Sundays I pop two favourite songs onto my blog.
An oldie but a goldie.
And a newbie, fresh from the charts.
Here are my picks for this week.
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Can't wait to hear your picks.

Happy Sunday!

This week's oldie just happened to pop into my head this morning as I was making my Vegemite toast. I heard it last week on the credits of a movie, I think it was Mr Deeds. I didn't watch the movie, it was just on, you know.  Anyway, I'm rambling, what I'm trying to say is, I love this song!!

My newbie this week samples another old song that I loved, this one...

It's Jennifer Lopez's new song. Jenny from the Block is looking hot, so glam! And she's just proven she can still do a good catchy dance track. Here it is...

I'll be linking with Natasha's Sunday Song again this week. Click on her button to visit her beautiful blog.


  1. I love that Pete Townshend song too, but I had forgotten about it.

    I love the Lambada also, but this video didn't sit well with me. It's a pretty sexy dance for such little people to be doing. Am I being a prude?

    I enjoyed this JLo video, reminds me of my partying days. Dancing around the living room seems to be the most I get to do nowadays.

  2. I can't believe I knew the Pete Townshend song, but didn't know he sang it!

    I had forgotten about the Lambada, but it really is a sensual, sultry song and clip - take me to an island!

    I'm surprised that JLo's new song is SO high energy. She's no frump!
    The Lambada sample is really pretty!

  3. Sunday Song/Session again where did that week go and what a week again! With Mother Nature in such turmoil I certainly need to hop around and listen to music this morning. Thanks for your selection,especially The Lambada.

  4. Oooo I love the J-Lo/Pitbull number, so fabulously catchy, makes me want to get out to a club/party/anywhere and dance!

  5. Glad to see J.Lo back! I am unfamiliar with Lambada so the sampling is lost on me. I did think J.Lo's song sounded like Shakira meets Katy Perry, but that's not a bad thing. All three of these ladies consistently make good dance music.


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