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Friday on My Mind
"Friday on My Mind" is a 1966 song by Australian rock group the Easybeats. Written by band members George Young and Harry Vanda, the track became a worldwide

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"Friday on My Mind"Cover of the 1966 Australian singleSingle by The Easybeatsfrom the album Good FridayB-side"Made My Bed, Gonna Lie in It"Released17 November 1966 (Australia) 14 October 1966 (UK)[1]Format7" singleRecorded1966, IBC Studios, LondonGenre
  • Pop rock[2]
  • garage rock[3]
Length2:47LabelUnited ArtistsSongwriter(s)Harry Vanda, George YoungProducer(s)Shel TalmyThe Easybeats singles chronology "Sorry"
(1966) "Friday on My Mind"
(1966) "Who'll Be The One"
(1967) Alternative cover2005 reissue Audio sample"Friday On My Mind"
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"Friday on My Mind" is a 1966 song by Australian rock group the Easybeats. Written by band members George Young and Harry Vanda,[4] the track became a worldwide hit, reaching no. 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in May 1967 in the US,[5] no. 1 on the Dutch Top 40 chart,[6] no. 1 in Australia and no. 6 in the UK, as well as charting in several other countries. In 2001, it was voted "Best Australian Song" of all time by the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) as determined by a panel of 100 music industry personalities.[7][8] In 2007, "Friday on My Mind" was added to the National Film and Sound Archive's Sounds of Australia registry.

  • 1 Music and lyric
  • 2 Release and aftermath
  • 3 Cover versions
  • 4 Charts
  • 5 Track listing
  • 6 Personnel
    • 6.1 Musicians
    • 6.2 Technical
  • 7 References
  • 8 External links
Music and lyric

The minor-key verses of "Friday on My Mind" depict the tedium and drudgery of the work week, taking each day at a time ("Monday morning feels so bad/Coming Tuesday I feel better"). These verses are adorned with a distinctive guitar figure. The build-up to the chorus features a slowly rising vocal, culminating with a shout of "Cos I'll have Friday on my mind!", and launching into a major-key refrain celebrating the pleasures of the weekend in the city.

Though the song has long been termed a "working class anthem",[9] George Young maintained it had "more to do with their outlook on the world than any class statement".[10] According to Harry Vanda, the track's distinctive guitar opening was inspired by a film performance featuring the Swingle Singers: "It went tudutudutudu, which made us all laugh. In the train back from the gig, we were imitating them and suddenly it sounded good. They became the first notes of 'Friday on My Mind'."[11]

Release and aftermath

In addition to its 7" single release in October 1966, the song was issued in the United Kingdom on the band's first album for United Artists titled Good Friday which was also released in North America under the song's title. In Australia the song was released instead with its B-side, "Made My Bed (Gonna Lie in It)", on the greatest hits package The Best of The Easybeats + Pretty Girl in 1967 and an EP named after the track in September 1967, with the tracks "Sorry", "Who'll Be the One" and "Made My Bed, Gonna Lie in It". A 2005 rerelease on CD single, along with "Remember Sam", "Pretty Girl" and "Made My Bed, Gonna Lie in It", featured a cover (pictured right) based on an earlier French sleeve.

On 28 May 2001, the Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA) celebrated its 75th anniversary by naming the Best Australian Songs of all time, as decided by a 100 strong industry panel, with "Friday on My Mind" being selected as the number one song on the list.[7] At the APRA Awards ceremony You Am I performed "Friday on My Mind" with Harry Vanda of The Easybeats guesting on guitar, Ross Wilson of Daddy Cool performed the No. 2 listed song "Eagle Rock", Midnight Oil's "Beds are Burning" at No. 3 was shown on video.[7]

"Friday on My Mind" was ranked No. 10 out of 2006 songs featured in the Triple M Essential 2006 Countdown. In the series 20 to 01, it was No. 1 on the "Greatest Aussie Songs" show. The song is heard in the Australian films One Night Stand (1984), and December Boys (2007).

Cover versions

The song has been covered many times, initially by the Shadows, who did an instrumental version of the song on their 1967 album Jigsaw. Les Hou-Lops made a French cover "Vendredi m'obsède" in 1967, also recorded in the same year by Erick Saint Laurent. The song was also performed by Romanian band Phoenix on their first EP, Vremuri ("Old times") in 1968. David Bowie recorded a version on his 1973 RCA covers album Pin Ups; for Harry Vanda, it was "the only cover I ever liked".[12] The same year, San Francisco-based Earth Quake covered the song, which was released as the first-ever single on the Beserkley Records label. The live recording by Earth Quake was well known in Cleveland in the late 1970s, as one of three songs played each Friday at 6.00pm by leading rock radio station WMMS to mark the start of the weekend.

Other acts who have covered the song include Chilly, the Dukes (Dutch band), Gary Moore, Peter Frampton, Peter Doyle, Richard Thompson (1000 Years of Popular Music), Ben Lee, Blue Öyster Cult, the Busters, the Kursaal Flyers, Tages, and the punk band London, whose version was recorded by producer Simon Napier-Bell in the same recording studios (IBC Studios in London) where the Easybeats had cut the original. In 1979, the "house band" of Sawmills Studio, the Golant Pistons (who later became Al Hodge and the Mechanics), covered the song, which was released on a 1980 punk rock compilation album of cover songs, entitled We Do 'em Our Way, on the MFP Ltd. label.[13] South Yorkshire mod revival band the Gents released Friday on My Mind as a single in 1986 and reached No.95 in the UK national chart with the release.

In 2000 Vanessa Amorosi and Lee Kernaghan recorded a version of the song that was used as the official NRL Friday Night Football theme, featuring on Channel Nine's weekly primetime broadcast of the Rugby League every Friday night at 8:30pm. The band Noogie covered the tune for the soundtrack of the film A Walk to Remember (2002). Moneen sampled the guitar in their song "The Passing of America" in 2006.

In 2011, punk rock supergroup Me First and the Gimme Gimmes recorded a version of the song on their all Australian covers EP, Go Down Under.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band performed the song during their High Hopes Tour as their show opener on 19 February 2014 in Sydney, Australia.

In July 2014, alternative rock band Residual Kid released a cover of the song as a charity single.[14]

Masketta Fall Re-arranged and re-mixed and recorded it for Fox Sports as an intro/promo for their NRL Friday Night Football show in March 2016 Sydney, Australia.

On 11 September 2016, English rock band Squeeze played the song during their performance at the OnBlackheath festival in Blackheath, London.

In 2016, actor Hank Azaria performed several verses of the song in the opening scene of Ray Donovan Season 4, Episode 7. The episode is entitled Norman Saves the World, and its closing titles are accompanied by the original Easybeats version.[15]

Charts Charts (1966-67) Peak
position Austria [16] 16 Australia (Go-Set) 16 Canada (RPM) 19 Germany [17] 10 Netherlands (Dutch Top 40) 1 New Zealand (Listener) 2 Ireland (IRMA)[18] 13 UK Charts 6 U.S. Billboard Top 100 16 Track listing
  1. "Friday on My Mind" (Harry Vanda, George Young)[4] – 2:47
  2. "Made My Bed (Gonna Lie in It)" (Young)[19] – 2:20
Personnel Musicians
  • Stevie Wright – lead vocals
  • Harry Vanda – lead guitar, backing vocals
  • George Young – rhythm guitar, backing vocals
  • Dick Diamonde – bass guitar
  • Gordon "Snowy" Fleet – drums
  • Shel Talmy – producer
  • Glyn Johns – engineer
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  4. ^ a b ""Friday on My Mind" at APRA search engine". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 2008-10-26.
  5. ^ Nielsen Business Media, Inc (1967-05-20). Billboard — Google Books. Retrieved 2011-06-28.
  6. ^ 40, Stichting Nederlandse Top. "Top 40 week 52 van 1966". Retrieved 23 October 2017.
  7. ^ a b c Culnane, Paul (28 May 2001). "The final list: APRA'S Ten best Australian Songs". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Archived from the original on 2008-08-03. Retrieved 2008-10-26.
  8. ^ "Easybeats song voted Australia's best". ABC Radio (29 May 2000). Retrieved 4 November 2006
  9. ^ "BMG: The New Music Company". 1 October 2015. Retrieved 23 October 2017.
  10. ^ Debbie Kruger (2005). Songwriters Speak: Conversations About Creating Music: p.71
  11. ^ "Anonymous émigré became pop star" Archived 26 June 2006 at the Wayback Machine.. Radio Netherlands (13 June 2006). Retrieved 4 November 2006
  12. ^ Debbie Kruger (2005). Op Cit: p.62
  13. ^ "Album Cover Art - Various Artists - We Do 'em Our Way". Retrieved 23 October 2017.
  14. ^ "Residual Kid Releases Charity Single: Friday on My Mind". Livestrong Foundation. Retrieved August 8, 2015.
  15. ^ "The Easybeats". Retrieved 23 October 2017.
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  18. ^ "The Irish Charts – Search Results – Friday on My Mind". Irish Singles Chart. Retrieved April 9, 2018.
  19. ^ ""Friday on My Mind" at APRA search engine". Australasian Performing Right Association (APRA). Retrieved 2008-12-10.
External links
  • Albert Music: The Easybeats
  • Listen to a sample of 'Friday On My Mind' and read more about the song on australianscreen online
  • 'Friday On My Mind' was added to the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia's Sounds of Australia registry in 2007
  • Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
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The Easybeats
  • Dick Diamonde
  • Harry Vanda
  • Stevie Wright
  • George Young
  • Snowy Fleet
  • Tony Cahill
Studio albums
  • Easy
  • It's 2 Easy
  • Volume 3
  • Good Friday
  • Friday On My Mind
  • Vigil
  • Friends
Compilation albums
  • The Best of The Easybeats + Pretty Girl
  • The Best of The Easybeats Volume 2
  • The Shame Just Drained
  • Absolute Anthology 1965 to 1969
  • The Definitive Series
  • "For My Woman"
  • "She's So Fine"
  • "Wedding Ring"
  • "Women (Make You Feel Alright)
  • "Come and See Her"
  • "Sorry"
  • "Friday on My Mind"
  • "Who'll Be the One"
  • "Heaven and Hell"
  • "Falling off the Edge of the World"
  • "The Music Goes 'Round My Head"
  • "Hello, How Are You"
  • "Land of Make Believe"
  • "Good Times"
  • "Lay Me Down and Die
  • "St. Louis"
  • "Peculiar Hole in the Sky"
Extended play
  • Easyfever
Related articles
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  • Friday On My Mind (TV miniseries)
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David Bowie singles1960s
  • "Liza Jane"
  • "I Pity the Fool"
  • "You've Got a Habit of Leaving"
  • "Can't Help Thinking About Me"
  • "Do Anything You Say"
  • "I Dig Everything"
  • "Rubber Band"
  • "The Laughing Gnome"
  • "Love You till Tuesday"
  • "Space Oddity"
  • "Ragazzo solo, ragazza sola"
  • "The Prettiest Star"
  • "Memory of a Free Festival"
  • "Holy Holy"
  • "Moonage Daydream"
  • "Hang On to Yourself"
  • "Changes"
  • "Starman"
  • "John, I'm Only Dancing"
  • "The Jean Genie"
  • "Drive-In Saturday"
  • "Time"
  • "Life on Mars"
  • "Let's Spend the Night Together"
  • "Sorrow"
  • "Rebel Rebel"
  • "Rock 'n' Roll Suicide"
  • "Diamond Dogs"
  • "1984"
  • "Knock on Wood"
  • "Rock 'n' Roll with Me"
  • "Young Americans"
  • "Fame"
  • "Golden Years"
  • "TVC 15"
  • "Suffragette City"
  • "Stay"
  • "Sound and Vision"
  • "Be My Wife"
  • "'Heroes'"
  • "Beauty and the Beast"
  • "Breaking Glass"
  • "Boys Keep Swinging"
  • "DJ"
  • "Yassassin"
  • "Look Back in Anger"
  • "John, I'm Only Dancing (Again)"
  • "Alabama Song"
  • "Crystal Japan"
  • "Ashes to Ashes"
  • "Fashion"
  • "Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps)"
  • "Up the Hill Backwards"
  • "Under Pressure"
  • "Wild Is the Wind"
  • "The Drowned Girl"
  • "Cat People (Putting Out Fire)"
  • "Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy"
  • "Let's Dance"
  • "China Girl"
  • "Modern Love"
  • "Without You"
  • "White Light/White Heat"
  • "Blue Jean"
  • "Tonight"
  • "This Is Not America"
  • "Loving the Alien"
  • "Dancing in the Street"
  • "Absolute Beginners"
  • "Underground"
  • "As the World Falls Down"
  • "Magic Dance"
  • "When the Wind Blows"
  • "Day-In Day-Out"
  • "Time Will Crawl"
  • "Never Let Me Down"
  • "Under the God"
  • "Heaven's in Here"
  • "Tin Machine" / "Maggie's Farm (live)"
  • "Prisoner of Love"
  • "Fame '90"
  • "You Belong in Rock n' Roll"
  • "Baby Universal"
  • "One Shot"
  • "Real Cool World"
  • "Jump They Say"
  • "Black Tie White Noise"
  • "Miracle Goodnight"
  • "The Buddha of Suburbia"
  • "Ziggy Stardust"
  • "The Hearts Filthy Lesson"
  • "Strangers When We Meet" / "The Man Who Sold the World (live)"
  • "Hallo Spaceboy"
  • "Telling Lies"
  • "Little Wonder"
  • "Dead Man Walking"
  • "Pallas Athena"
  • "I'm Afraid of Americans"
  • "I Can't Read"
  • "Without You I'm Nothing"
  • "Thursday's Child"
  • "The Pretty Things Are Going to Hell"
  • "Survive"
  • "Seven"
  • "Slow Burn"
  • "Everyone Says 'Hi'"
  • "I've Been Waiting for You"
  • "Shadow Man"
  • "New Killer Star"
  • "Just for One Day (Heroes)"
  • "Rebel Never Gets Old"
  • "Where Are We Now?"
  • "The Stars (Are Out Tonight)"
  • "The Next Day"
  • "Valentine's Day"
  • "Love Is Lost"
  • "'Tis a Pity She Was a Whore"
  • "Sue (Or in a Season of Crime)"
  • "Blackstar"
  • "Lazarus"
  • "I Can't Give Everything Away"
Other songs
  • "Unwashed and Somewhat Slightly Dazed"
  • "Cygnet Committee"
  • "Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud"
  • "The Width of a Circle"
  • "All the Madmen"
  • "Black Country Rock"
  • "After All"
  • "She Shook Me Cold"
  • "The Man Who Sold the World"
  • "The Supermen"
  • "Oh! You Pretty Things"
  • "Kooks"
  • "Quicksand"
  • "Andy Warhol"
  • "Song for Bob Dylan"
  • "Queen Bitch"
  • "The Bewlay Brothers"
  • "Bombers
  • "Five Years"
  • "Soul Love"
  • "Lady Stardust"
  • "Velvet Goldmine"
  • "Sweet Head"
  • "Amsterdam"
  • "Round and Round"
  • "Watch That Man"
  • "Aladdin Sane"
  • "Panic in Detroit"
  • "Cracked Actor"
  • "Lady Grinning Soul"
  • "All the Young Dudes"
  • "Future Legend"
  • "Sweet Thing"
  • "Big Brother"
  • "Fascination"
  • "Word on a Wing"
  • "Speed of Life"
  • "What in the World"
  • "Always Crashing in the Same Car"
  • "A New Career in a New Town"
  • "Warszawa"
  • "Art Decade"
  • "Weeping Wall"
  • "Subterraneans"
  • "Some Are"
  • "Joe the Lion"
  • "Sons of the Silent Age"
  • "Blackout"
  • "V-2 Schneider"
  • "Sense of Doubt"
  • "Moss Garden"
  • "Neuköln"
  • "The Secret Life of Arabia"
  • "Fantastic Voyage"
  • "I Pray, Olé"
  • "It's No Game"
  • "Teenage Wildlife"
  • "Scream Like a Baby"
  • "Criminal World"
  • "Girls"
  • "Nite Flights"
  • "I'm Deranged"
  • "Nature Boy"
  • "Cactus"
  • "The Loneliest Guy"
  • "Fall Dog Bombs the Moon"
  • "Bring Me the Disco King"
  • "Girl Loves Me"
  • "Dollar Days"
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Deluxe Bingo Set - 6-Inch Metal Cage with Calling Board, 75 Colored Balls, 300 Bingo Chips, & 50 Bingo Cards for Large Group Games by Royal Bingo Supplies
Deluxe Bingo Set - 6-Inch Metal Cage with Calling Board, 75 Colored Balls, 300 Bingo Chips, & 50 Bingo Cards for Large Group Games by Royal Bingo Supplies
More Pieces. More Players. More Bingo.This deluxe Bingo Game is ideal for larger parties and groups, offering more playing pieces than most sets. Each luxury set comes with 50 Bingo cards, 300 Bingo chips, a Bingo board, a metal cage, 75 colorful plastic balls and instructions for different Bingo game variations. The Bingo board is made from two sturdy plastic pieces that hook together at the top and bottom. Each board measures 13 inches long and 5.5 inches wide. The boards hold a combined total of 60 plastic balls, each measuring 0.33 inches in diameter.Premium Value!Our superior quality, metal Bingo cage is simple to use. Just give it a spin and watch as the balls roll down the metal slot for number callouts. The cage is 6" tall, including the base. The Bingo cards are made from heavy cardboard, measuring 4.88" x 5.25", making them highly durable and easy to read. You can use and reuse the cards after each game. Our set packs 300 multi-color Bingo chips to go alongside the 50 cards, while most Bingo sets rely on cheap fold-over numbers.Why You'll Love It:There are 50 blue Bingo cards included in each set, along with 300 multi-color Bingo chips, enough for 12-15 players to play. Use the 300 Bingo chips, purchase more chips, or use anything for extra pieces, and you're ready to host a massive 50 player Bingo game. The brightly-colored Bingo balls feature jumbo-sized numbering for easy reading. There are 15 balls of each red, blue, green, yellow, and white, 75 balls in total. It's becoming a prize possession of many Bingo enthusiasts and board gamers alike.

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