In the video below Anthony Vincent, the legendary voice of ‘Ten Second Songs’ manages to squeeze in seven different versions of “Yes Sir, I Can Boogie” in under 60 seconds. The original was performed by the saucy Spanish vocal duo called Baccara and it was a pretty major hit across Europe in 1977.
I used to have a copy of it on a Parade Of Pops cassette (yes, I am that old), they were cover versions of the hits of the day. Oh, the joy of waiting 15 minutes while it rewound to the start again. Also on that cassette was ‘Stayin Alive’ by the Bee Gees and ‘I Feel Love’ by Donna Summer so as you can imagine it was played ALOT.
I think it was around the time of the Cadbury caramel bunny adverts too, something that had a strange lasting effect on my development as a young boy, need I say more?
Anyway, the seven different versions (My favs are the Deadmau5 and Guns N’ Roses) sang brilliantly by Anthony are to symobilse the seven different kinds of Cadbury Dairy Milk. So to go with the video I’ve compiled a brief guide to the different Cadbury Bars.
Caramel – a bit racy, perfect for sharing sat on a park bench for a first date.
Wholenut – My favourite, the definitive choice of truck drivers and stuntmen.
Turkish Delight – Exotic and mysterious, the Rhianna of Chocolate bars.
Oreo – One of the newer flavours, perfect with a cup of tea. But can you dunk it?
Daim – A taste of Scandanavia, is this where all the Dime bars went?
Fruit & Nut – Everyone’s a fruit & nut case. Enough said.
Dairy Milk Classic – Just chocolate, just the job.
This video is sponsored by Cadbury, but all thoughts are my own.