Folks, I’ve always said I don’t get political here – unless I do. This is one of those times where I do I guess. An evil man has been served his walking papers. While I’m not necessarily optimistic about his replacement, I am really, really REALLY, happy to get rid of this evil person. I mean REALLY happy. The Emporer has been toppled like so many others of history. Maybe, just maybe, we can breathe a sigh of relief. Maybe. Regardless, this is something to celebrate in my opinion. That’s exactly what this week’s playlist is all about! Party Time Celebration is a playlist full of danceable music that celebrates life, dreams, and everything else.
Party Time Celebration features so much good stuff! Two versions of Dancing in the Street (one by Martha Reeves, the other by Bowie and Jagger), Twist and Shout by The Beatles, We Are the Champions by Queen, Dreams by Van Halen, Dreams by The Cranberries. We’ve got everything from The O’Jays, to The Cars. The Beach Boys to The Beastie Boys. ELO, Fleetwood Mac, Sly & The Family Stone, James Brown, and so many more! Party Time Celebration is two hours of music perfect for your personal celebration. And yes, Wub Wub is on there. How could I resist? Cute little Ewoks celebrating the death of the Empire? Come on, don’t tell me you wouldn’t do the same.
Party Time Celebration, because we’ve earned it!
Let’s be sensitive with our party time celebration!
We have one really cool thing to celebrate, sure. But there’s an insane amount of crap in this world, and in our country. Covid-19 is seriously getting worse, and getting a lot more scary. There’s been 121,000 new cases in America today, with over 1200 new deaths. Over 237,000 deaths in general. It’s really important, despite our joy, to remember these facts. If this wasn’t enough, thousands of people are unemployed and unable to find work. Meanwhile, thousands of people in the Western US have been displaced by wildfires. Our troubles are far from over.
Don’t get me wrong, you can still celebrate. I for one have just poured a nice celebratory German Dunkel. Just remember, people need help. Rock on, and Rock Steady everyone.