I heard today’s song by chance yesterday (part of it was in a short interview with the singer on a five-minute program about the Australian King of Pop Awards in the 70’s). As soon as I heard it I thought, “Oh, yeah – that’s gotta go on the blog.”
So, without further ado*, here’s 1978’s King Of Pop with yet another song from the just-try-and-stop-us-writing-256-songs-a-day production team of Vanda and Young (it’s Australia, it’s the 70’s – what else would you expect?):
John Paul Young – “I Hate The Music” (1976)
“I Hate The Music” was one of two singles released from JPY’s 1976 album, J.P.Y..
As a bonus, here’s the other single from the album:
John Paul Young – “Keep On Smilin'” (1976)
(*Not “adieu”, as some people write. “Adieu” is French for “goodbye”, and “ado” is not-French for “fuss”, so it makes sense to me that you’d do something without more fuss, not more goodbyes – and advice about doing something without more fuss is something I usually ignore by blathering on about whatever it is I’m blathering on about.)