Everybody seemed to having a really good time.
A lot bad ones here. Just in the first couple of dozen are "Dancing Queen," "Love Shack," and "Do They Know It's Christmas".
Tom Petty and his friends doing what they do.
(Somebody should write--if it hasn't already been written--an article on the history and application of the "a little bit softer now" break in rock music. An example starts at 1:58 of the above video.)
The Stones come full circle back to their roots. And it sounds like Keith has made up--again--with Mick.
I'm so old I remember this.
Paul recently turned 74.
One of Randy Newman's latest songs.
And just for old time's sake here he is with a "big nasty redhead at my side": "I Love L.A."
UPDATE: First link fixed now. Sorry!
An upbeat song for a Friday by Samm Henshaw.
As performed by college a cappella groups.
Cadence, from Occidental College.
Fools on the Hill, from Holy Cross.
And for my money, the best, from the Williams College Ephlats.
(If these aren't enough, there are more here.)
Mick, Keith, and the boys' new line should be "Don't trust anyone over 80".
Via my older daughter.