The last blast?
Suzanne Spiers reminds me of
A cover of this - once very hard to find - which is why it's the first time I've heard it
Neil Cooper with a heap of suggestions
Based on a Sly and the Family Song of course
but Neil could also have mentioned
and probably a bunch of others
Sadmanbarty proffers a bunch of George Clinton "Funk-as-salvation songs"
and also mentions "Who Says a Funk Band Can’t Play Rock Music"
which reminded me of the disappointment of buying One Nation Under A Groove the LP as a cut-out in some Berwick Street record store in the early 80s and discovering when I got home that it didn't all sound like "One Nation Under A Groove" the track. Indeed the only other song that I dug even a little on the record was this one -
Disappointment does not even begin to describe the emotions felt when I played the free bonus 7 inch inside with its live versions of "Maggot Brain". I was not ready. Not in 1981.
Sadman also mentions AC/DC's various rock-themed rockers ("Let There Be..." "For Those About To"), Kiss's unmentionable, and some house tunes with the word "house" in. And Led Zep's "Rock and Roll" which I find really bludgeoning.
And also from Sadman, a couple from Jamaica:
(the latter on account of its repeating "music" utterance
David Pascoe comes with just the one
Hal in London suggests
C.J. comes again with some self-reflexive hip hop (but isn't most of it?)
Kevin Quinn drops by once more
Rebecca Rosengard offers
Is this the only pop song about a kind of spotlight?
Jenny Clare is very surprised this one hasn't occurred to me yet, seeing as she knows it's a personal ab fav of mine
Melanie Brewer says if you wanna talk about reflexivity
Jessica Maynard says come on now, this is undeniable
Ah but Jess, let that through and it's a slippery slope to this -