Yesterday we had the #NotBaconBits starter of Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture. Susan Omand shows her working and comes up with today’s link...
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Here's today's link. Yesterday we heard the 1812 Overture as played at the end of the film V for Vendetta. Now, V is the roman numeral for 5. Wayyyy back in the mists of 1997 (yes, 20 years ago, don't think about it) a band was formed thanks to an advert in The Stage for auditions for a vocal group. That band was Five or, as they ended up being known, 5ive which always, to me, sounded like they had a echo (say it out loud - Five-ive). Anyway, here's their 1999 hit to add a bit of bounce to your day, Keep on Movin'. Let us know your suggestions for a link for tomorrow!
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