Musical Musings A to Z: Songs beginning with J

Yay for the long weekend and yay for music!

I scored an extra special long weekend this time around and it has been pretty sweet so far. Pottering around the house and in the garden has been just what I’ve needed to feel more on top of things around here.

It is lovely to be able to sit and admire your domain. AND I get to enjoy it for another two days – awesome!

Anyway, let’s get onto the music. This week we have reached J on our musical musings quest – which means we are already 10 weeks down, with 16 to go. Check out my previous posts in this series:

/ B / D / E / F / G / H / I

I have to admit that I have a mixed bag of favourites this week – an Aussie rock classic and an 80s dance number.

Enjoy the juxtaposition of style, my friends!

Joker and the Thief – Wolfmother

You know I’m more a dance chick than a rock chick but this song speaks to me. The guitar riffs and that distinctive beat are hard to resist – even for an 80s tragic like me. Just play it loud and proud – so good.

Jump (For My Love) – The Pointer Sisters

Every time I hear this song, Hugh Grant’s dance in Love Actually comes to mind. The dance he does as the British PM after telling the US President where to go. It’s one of my favourite parts of one of my favourite movies – gold!

And here’s the full song just for you, featuring the best of 1984!

So, how’s your long weekend panning out? And what songs would you nominate as your favourites starting with J?

Until next week – stay awesome!

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  1. ann says:

    I love Jump!! I really like the cover of it in the movie too!!
    I love your musical musings!!
    ann recently posted..Chocolate Spiders

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