We're in Sweden. It's Part 27 of our 27 part series. You know what that means, don't you?
I am contractually obliged to include that video in the post. There is one more contractual obligation to come right at the end.
It is not an obligation but a great pleasure to thank two individuals who contributed greatly to the series. The first is the excellent Asthmatic Harp, who guest hosted the Danish leg of the tour way back in April. The other is the equally excellent George, who gave us his unique take on the Portuguese music scene and contributed a few tracks to other posts along the way. Thank you both.
Sweden is a great place to end the tour, having been responsible for so much magnificent music over the years. And Rednex. So let's go out on a high. Take it away, Little Gerhard!
"Into The Go-Go Groove" - Little Gerhard
"She's Having A Baby Now" - The Tages
"Oje Brudmarsch" - Monica Tornell
"Den Gamla Vanliga Historien" - Turid
"Staten & Kapitalet" - Ebba Gron
"Would You Say Stop? " - Acid House Kings
We'll bring things to an close with our other contractual obligation. From everyone here in Leggiesland, thanks for sticking with us. And to all of you out there in Europeland, thank you for the music.
Great series ErnieReplyDelete
Not quite sure whose bright idea it was to think about leaving in the first place
Thanks, CC. Coming from the universally acknowledged King of Series that is a great compliment.Delete
As CC says, it's a magnificent series. I have thoroughyl enjoyed inflicting it on numerous members of the tribe.ReplyDelete
It would have been considerably less magnificent without your assistance. Many thanks.Delete
Gyllene Tider: När alla vännerna gått hemReplyDelete
Thanks, nice song - although I must confess I got distracted trying to work out whether the black bit under his ear was hair or shadow. I think it is hair.Delete
It's a bit difficult to tell whether it's hair or some dangly feather-boa type thing. Not a shadowDelete
It seems Boris now wants us to be like Australia. I reckon he's lost whatever marbles he had left.ReplyDelete
Please don't call him that - it's Boris JOHNSON!Delete
Although I rarely if ever commented (shame on me) I've thoroughly enjoyed your long series. Each week though has in a sense been like a kick in the goolies as it's reminded me of the monumentally crass and craven stupidity of the whole EU leaving shitshow. O Folly. If you're still blogging in 10 years time you can do something similar but then it'll be because we'll be rejoining albeit a few years after the Scots! CheersReplyDelete
What a superb series and what a marathon! I have so enjoyed it and think that November is the perfect month to go back over the series once more. Thank you for putting this together.ReplyDelete