A selection of top tunes for the construction of inframe kitchens and other carpentry projects
You will always find us in an inframe kitchen at parties… With sincere apologies to Jona Lewie. Image by Photographee.EU (via Shutterstock).
Over the last quarter, we have seen the launch of an internet radio station known as Fix Radio. It is aimed at construction workers though has a London bias (they also have a DAB radio licence in the English capital). Besides the early 1970s duo noted for Yesterday Once More, Top of the World, and Goodbye To Love, the home has inspired a number of songs and albums. This has inspired a possible playlist on our blog, which is entitled Music to Build Inframe Kitchens By.
Music to Build Inframe Kitchens By could (and should) have been an easy listening album on the Ronco or K-Tel label. It might have spent more time in the bargain bin at Golden Discs than at Number 34 (next to that best selling tune, Sorry, Temporarily Out Of Stock). Had it existed, we probably would have given it the same tender loving care as our mono copy of Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
If it did exist, here’s a possible playlist. Eat your heart out, Larry Gogan.
Music to Build Inframe Kitchens By:
You Will Always Find Me In The Kitchen At Parties, Jona Lewie.
Knock on Wood, Eddie Floyd.
I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe), Genesis.
Something In My House, Dead or Alive.
Green Door, Shakin’ Stevens.
Only Yesterday, The Carpenters
Our House, Crosby Stills, Nash and Young.
Martika’s Kitchen, Martika.
Brilliant Mind, Furniture.
The House Carpenter, Bob Dylan.
Fixing a Hole, The Beatles.
Wood Beez (Pray Like Aretha Franklin), Scritti Politti.
Any More Requests?
If you can think of any more songs to do with inframe kitchens or similar aspects of joinery, feel free to comment.