Ah, the joys of social networking.
Fellow blogger Mr. Suave (Hi, Mr. S!) put a message on Twitter about a song he enjoyed on the Ice Cream Man Power Pop and More (Ding Ding) blog. I scooted on over there to have a listen, and enjoyed it myself.
The song is an 60’s-inspired instrumental, which is just the kind of thing I’m a sucker for.
Thanks, Ice Cream Man. Thanks, Mr. Suave. Thanks, Twitter. Thanks, Internet.
Album Cover Anomoly:
The name of the album is La Panthère Pop. “Panthère” is apparently French for panther, but on the album cover I see two tigers. I’m confused. Did the band get tigers and panthers confused? Or does the band think that two tigers equals one panther? I don’t get it.
I don’t see anything in the song titles about tigers*.
(*Maybe track 2, “Bengali Corporation” is about Bengal tigers**.)
(**The scientific name for a Bengal tiger is Panthera tigris tigris. So it looks like two tigers can equal one panther.)