April Fool’s Freegal?
April Fool’s Day is coming up and how about some silly, unique, and quirky songs and instrumentals from Freegal, the free and legal music service provided free to Patrons by the Beauregard Parish Library.
April Fool’s Playlist:
Popcorn-a techno song for it’s time in the 70’s
Little Arrows by Leapy Lee-a song about a guy getting hit with arrows all over-he’s in love
Groovy Grubworm-an instrumental that sounds like a worm inching his way along
Happy Harpsichord by Piero Umiliani-a cutsey little harpsichord instrumental
A Fifth of Beethoven by Walter Murphy-A very funky danceable version of Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony by Ludwig Van Beethoven
Martian Hop by the Ran Dells-hear what a real martian sounds like
Classical Gas by Mason Williams-a really cool guitar and orchestra number with a really funny title
Celestial Soda Pop by Ray Lynch-a bouncing new age instrumental that makes you think of outer space
Mah Na Mah Na-a jazzy song with the only words sung are that in its’ title and a few “doot doo da doo doos” made famous by the Sesame Street Muppets
Toccata and Funk in D Minor by Walter Murphy-A funky version of Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by J.S. Bach
Disco Duck-a song about a duck who’s gone crazy for disco and talk-quacks like Donald Duck
And don’t forget you get 5 free downloads a week and 3 free, commercial-free hours a day of streaming (just listening) music all from Freegal. Look for Freegal on our library’s homepage under the electronic library icon.