Tuesday’s dead

Tuesday doesn’t inspire the same kind of terror that Monday does, and it has been a bit overlooked for decades. But it hasn’t always been that way.

Tuesdays peaked in popularity in the late 60 – early 70s, with Ruby Tuesday by The Rolling Stones being released in 1967, The Moody Blues releasing Tuesday Afternoon in 1968 and 1971 saw the release of Cat Steven’s Tuesday’s Dead.

Ruby Tuesday is actually about a groupie, not a day of the week. But it’s probably my third favourite Rolling Stones song, so bear with me. And I really want Mick Jagger’s coat.

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