Tuesday, 2 February 2010

And more, much More Than Lofts

Since my surprisingly controversial post on Sunday about More Than Lofts, the idea of some kind of musical celebration of Worcester Park's newest shop has gathered pace.

Early suggestions are  that Bryan Ferry be brought in to do a special version of Roxy Music's (slightly reworded) 'More Than Lofts' or to sing (in the shower in the corner of the shop) 'Come on, come on lofts get together..."

Mr Ferry's agent is yet to confirm if he's free to do the gig - so in the meantime I'm compiling a list of possible artistes or songs for the grand opening of More Than Lofts:

- Roofers Wainwright
- The Attic Monkeys
- Sister Sledge -  'Loft In Music'
- Robson & Jerome -  'Up On The Roof'
- Harry Connick Jr - 'It Ladder Be You'

In the event that any of the above are too busy or too dead to make it, I have lined up a Frank Sinatra impersonator who will entertain us from the shower with some classic lines  like 'Velux be a lady tonight'; 'And more, much more than lofts, I did it my way' etc.

Can you help with some more suggestions of possible artistes/songs?

7 COMMENTS (Add Yours Now!):

David said...

Pavarotti singing Nessun Dormer?

Gary Garret said...

Maybe Mike's Music has a copy of 'The House We Built' by Alisha's ATTIC?

Alion said...

How about adding The Scaffold,Bonnie TILer,and
Lynard SKYnard to the loft concert.


Alion, Lincoln Road

Paul said...

Presumably Bonnie Tyler would have to sing Loft in France? Bum, bum.

Thanks to the power of the internet, try "Started in the Basement" by Loft Music : http://www.myspace.com/loftmusik

But trust me - don't follow the link if you have
a) a modicum of musical taste or
b) an age in excess of 20.

Kathie said...

Perhaps one-hit-wonders the House Martins could perch in the eaves? I guess Basement Jax won't be making a visit.

The Dutchman said...

One-hit wonders?? Erm, only the one number one (Caravan of Love - perhaps the least appropriate dwelling for a loft concert), but they had several hits.

Kathie said...

I take it all back. My memory of 1980's pop songs is failing me.

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