Saturday, May 07, 2011

Say Hey (I Love You)

I'd never heard this song until they played it at the end of the Craig Ferguson show at Bass Hall last Sunday.  But I've had it stuck in my head ever since, so I thought I'd get rid of it by getting it stuck in your head.  Anyway, it's a pretty good song for a Saturday night, I think.


Cap'n Bob said...

Not my style, thanks anyway.

pattinase (abbott) said...

There is a website where you can rinse out your ears. I use it all the time because I am prone to this. I dare not even play this tune.

Prashant C. Trikannad said...

Nice beat-and-rhythm song, Mr. Reasoner. I quite liked it. Here are a few numbers i want stuck in everyone's head, if they aren't already.

1. I Want to Know What Love is by Foreigner

2. Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now by Jefferson Starship

3. Nights in White Satin by Moody Blues

4. Almost Paradise by Mike Reno & Ann Wilson

5. Summer Wine by Lee Hazlewood and Nancy Sinatra

6. Phantom of the Opera (Andrew Lloyd Webber) by Sarah Brightman and Michael Crawford

6. Strangers in the Night by Frank Sinatra

7. Unforgettable by Nat King Cole

8. I Made it Through the Rain by Barry Manilow

9. I Had A Bad Day by Daniel Powter

10. Raise Me Up by Josh Groban

David Cranmer said...

Terrific music. Love those drums.

James Reasoner said...

Ah, "Nights in White Satin". When I worked at my dad's radio station in the early Seventies, that song was in heavy rotation, so I heard it all the time. I liked it, though, and really liked the whole DAYS OF FUTURE PAST album it was on, so I played it a lot. Sometimes I miss vinyl. (I know you can still get it, but I'm not that big of a musicophile, if that's a word, anymore.)

Cap'n Bob said...

I should clarify that the visuals bothered me, not the music. I generally hate music videos and their pernicious influence on movie making.

Duane Spurlock said...

Fun, toe-tapping tune. I hear it about once a month on one of the local radio stations. Helps lift the mood.

Derek Lantin said...

Great song and a fun video clip.
I loved it!
All the best,
Derek Lantin