Thursday, August 03, 2006

(sort of) TODAY AT MERLE'S: Donna Summer

I know what at least three of the five of you who read this blog were probably thinking yesterday: "Where's today's installment of TODAY AT MERLE'S?" Truth be told, there was some construction going on near the Francisco stop yesterday morning, and the noise obscured Merle's morning music extravaganza so I had nothing to report on. Submitted for your approval, however, is a classic Merle's moment from last weekend.

TODAY AT MERLE'S: "On The Radio" by Donna Summer

Without the ennui of a commute to work to hang over my head, Donna Summer's dancefloor classic momentarily seemed almost a breath of fresh air -- it was Donna Summer, and it wasn't "Last Dance"! But any euphoria I may have experienced was quickly shattered by the uppity woman who couldn't get her CTA card to scan properly at the turnstile; her self-righteously indignant exhale was so vehement she nearly performed a double farmer blow right there in front of me. Add that to the guy clipping his fingernails once I got on the train, and you've got a recipe for a great start to the weekend.

Listen to a clip from "On The Radio" in Realplayer. If you think that love isn't found on the radio, well tune right in. You may find the love you lost.


Blogger bfmomma said...

Yes! I kept checking back to see what yesterday's installment was. C'mon, John... you can't create a daily theme and then skip a day! :)

11:26 AM  

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