Sunday Session – The Other Elvis

I am joining Thea at Do I Really Wanna Blog? and adding some music to this blog

New rules – there are no rules!
On Sundays I play music on my blog.
Old or new or in between.
Related or not.
But always songs I love!
Here are my picks for this week.
You can play along by linking up with Thea.
Happy Sunday!

It would appear I also missed that it would have been Elvis Presley’s 77th birthday last Sunday. As Thea and Linda have gone with an Elvis theme this week, I thought I would go with the other Elvis, Costello that is, and play some of my favourite songs of his.

I have a nephew called Oliver and every time I think of him I think of this song, Oliver’s Army.

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And it’s A Good Year For The Roses.

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And I love this song from Notting Hill

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Join in the fun.

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5 Responses to Sunday Session – The Other Elvis

  1. Shelly says:

    I’ve heard of Elvis Costello, obviously, but I just could never put my finger on a song by him that I could recognise. Well I recognised the first one, Oliver’s Army! But the other two? Nope, they don’t ring a bell, but I liked the second one the best. :)

  2. Trish says:

    Very cool choices I don’t mind the both Elvis’

  3. Thea says:

    I’m like Shelly, I knew his name but wouldn’t have been able to name any of his songs. I knew the first and last one. Great songs! Thanks for linking. :)

  4. “The other Elvis” That’s funny! Not too many are there? Agreeing with Shelly & Thea….just realised I like Elvis Costello too! I remember Oliver’s Army but never knew what it was called. Thanks for sharing and linking! Can’t wait till next Sunday ;)

  5. Jayne says:

    I LOVE Elvis Costello. Oliver’s Army is one of my favourite songs of all time.

    Notting Hill is ace. I like both versions of She.

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