Reblog: Flashback Track Friday #25 – Got to Give It Up

I posted this excellect track by Marvin Gaye on the blog I co-host with KK.

Anybody feel like taking on a prompt question for the weekend?

Songshine Sounds

Welcome once again to Flashback Track Friday. Each week, either KK or Mister Bump will present a song to you, and out of that song, will prompt you with a question.

The other week I mentioned my love of reggae, which originated in Jamaica. I wanted to stay on that side of the Atlantic this week and briefly mention my love of Soul music. Soul is a halfway house over here – it obviously is not as big as in the USA, there is no dedicated R&B chart, but it has quite a large following here, we invented our own brand of Northern Soul, plus we had ready access to much of the music coming out of America.

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The End

Used to be,
You drove me crazy.
You drive me crazy.

In Loving Memory

inspired by Fandango’s One Word Challenge (FOWC) of 16 July 2021, altruistic.

Made his fortune from mining and blasting,
Built a church, promised life everlasting,
But his tomb in Pine Hill,
Now makes fine urinal,
In a fate we might say in contrasting.

Prompt image for the Fandango One Word Challenge prompt