TVD’s The Idelic Hour with Jon Sidel

Greetings from Laurel Canyon!

I want a Sunday kind of love / A love to last past Saturday night / And I’d like to know it’s more than love at first sight / And I want a Sunday kind of love / Oh, yeah, yeah

I want a, a, a love that’s on the square / Can’t seem to find somebody / Someone to care / And I’m on a lonely road that leads to nowhere / I need a Sunday kind of love

I do my Sunday dreaming, oh, yeah / And all my Sunday scheming / Every minute, every hour, every day

Oh, I’m hoping to discover / A certain kind of lover / Who will show me the way

Solomon Burke proclaimed it, “everybody needs somebody to love.” It likely came out of of the psyche of co-writer Burt Berns. The morning before Valentines Day, I had such thoughts, so I dipped by Sweet Lily, a local french bakery snuggled at the base of the canyon, and bought a raspberry tart for both Susan and Jonah.

Love songs are so great because they are often so simple but so deep. As I get older, I tend to think more about love songs the days after Valentines than the days before.

The top half this week set is classic Idelic Valentines cuisine, abruptly rounded off by some fresh new post punks jams.

What a life, keep the faith and…

Yes, indeed.

Idelic Single of the Week: Opus Kink – Dust

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