Strip down your clothes and hit the road. Go go go get your girl.
Song for the Soundtrack of Your Date (No Date) Tonight
Dreamy song vs. banjo song. Which side of the fence you on? Date or no date. Can you relate?
You can either nuzzle up in the bosom of St. Valentine this evening, kids, or you can stick your head in it and slowly suffocate. But wait. Tomorrow’s another date and it ain’t Valentine’s Day, sweetie.
Eric Hutchinson and the Latin Breed bring the love tonight. Foot stomping and horn blowing. Tambourine and love machine.
Definitely love. Or, maybe not.
Tonight’s date night hosts, Mr. Bragg and Mr. Franks, invite you into the study with Col Mustard and Mrs. Peacock. Who did it in the light of the candlesticks?
A gift for your ears. Two tunes to turn you on and light you up. Happy merry joy joy to all, and to all a great date.
Jimmie I got your number. I want to make you mine, Jimmie Rodgers I got your number. 867-5309. Rhino records, 1957. Song for the soundtrack of your date.
Perhaps one of the sexiest duets recorded. Diamond and Streisand are the definition of all that is chemistry.
Lust in time for Friday. Loungy, sexy Bitter:Sweet mingles in the hallway with Crowded House.
BE OPEN. Sound Portal. London, September 2012.
The Chicago band with the revolving cast of characters is doing the foxtrot with Ferry tonight. Get your 4/4 out on the dance floor with your other 1/2.
South Londoner, Lianne La Havas delivers the date tonight. She’s got a little sweet talk from fellow British boy, Teddy Thompson. Happy date (no date) tonight.
2012 indie supergroup and SpongeBob Squarepants song creator sittin’ in a tree. D-A-T and I-N-G. Divine Fits meets Stew & the Negro Problem behind the bleachers.
A special Asbury Park edition of the Song for the Soundtrack of Your Date (No Date) Tonight
A 60s soul sister from New Orleans, Mary Jane Hooper, graces tonight’s date song. Her no date counterpart? Dr. Dog.
The man with the 1000 watt smile, Robert Randolph & The Family Band, mixes it up with the lost early 70s recordings of Penny & the Quarters.
A labor day of love songs brought to you buy a hip shaking icon and a soft, soulful guitarist. Let the three day weekend wash over you. Love and live.
This week’s Song for the Soundtrack of Your Date (No Date) Tonight goes to extremes with songs by Old 97’s and Roy Orbison.
Songwriting siren Rickie Lee Jones lights up date night tonight. The woman knows her words. No daters get a Hollywood star. He’s walk of shame worthy.
Snuggle up, buttercup. Song for the Soundtrack of Your Date’s in the bag. No Date’s on deck with a heavyweight champion to guide you through your journey.
Good golly, Ms. Dolly, rock our date night right into Preservation Hall. Have a ball.
The sultry Julie London and the god-like Paul Westerberg make up this week’s Song for the Soundtrack of Your Date (No Date) Tonight.
Surrender. Surrender is the thread of this date night. Morrissey and Zander. Zoolander.
Let the Sandman sing you away this date night. No date? No prob. We got the Brand New Heavies on deck to heal you.
ELO’s Jeff Lynne remixes Roy Orbison’s 1987 song “Drove All Night.” The Bird and The Bee are also on deck for No Date.
A Fleetwood Mac backed date night and a badass from the Swedish land. Do you remember, my love?
Squeeze your squeeze while your listening to Squeeze tonight, daters. Mix it up, buttercup. Add a dash of Al Green and you’re shaking a full cocktail of love and loveless tonight.
A tortured tale of love & singlehood with The Decemberists and 60s Motown hopeful, Edd Henry. Though Henry virtually dropped into obscurity (until recently), The Decemberists have kept their love light on. Let your love light shine.
What do you get if you set up The Black Keys and Damon Dash in an 80’s Motel? A groovin’ and movin’ Date night, honey. Pop in a quarter and flash back.