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Choon Choosday: Herb Alpert – Spanish Flea

17 May, 2016

I’ve claimed before that my musical tastes range pretty wide. I like a bit of cheesy pop, I like a bit of opera, I love a bit of screeching acid electronica, I go nuts for gangsta rap – there isn’t a genre I haven’t found some element of that pleases my ear and my soul.

70s brass jazz that sounds like the soundtrack for the testcard? Bring it on. My Dad used to play Herb Alpert when I was young; I loved it then and I love it now. Yes it’s as cheesy as a Brie convention but heck, you can’t help but grin and tap your foot. I guarantee you’ll be humming this for the rest of the day. Cause it’s a




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  1. That brings back some memories… Thanks.

  2. I used to love to dance to this. We do have similar tastes in music – mine is quite eclectic too!

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