Welcome my friends to the never ending Friday ego-tripping non-stopping iPod shuffle, all the way from my man cave.

Played oh so loud, here we go.

1. Back on your radio by Agnetha Fältskog. Yes, that Agnetha Fältskog, the blonde one in Abba (no, not Benny) from her 2013 album A. Far too much auto tune on this tune and it does sound worryingly like a modern Eurovision out take.

2. Going Home by the Avalanches. From 2016’s finest record, Wildflower, the mighty Avalanches. Truly wondrous.

3. Touch, Feel and Loose by Ryan Adams. The lad himself with a beautiful cut from his album Gold.

4. Ask Yourself by Foster the People. From the band’s second record, Supermodel, and it’s lush. The third is on its way and not before time.

5. The Long Run by the Eagles. I wonder if you can guess which LP this one came from? Love ’em or hate ’em, Don Henley has some voice. Time to stop now though with the passing of Glenn Frey.

6. Wagon Train by the Sons of the Pioneers. Yes, really! From 1957, the theme tune of Wagon Train which I don’t remember, obviously.

7. King of the Road by Roger Miller. 1965 this time with the marvellously atmospheric lyrics about the “happy hobo lifestyle.”

8. Love is the Drug by Roxy Music. Getting more up to date now with this Roxy classic from 1975. Always worth catching up with Roxy from time to time.

9. Heart of Glass by Blondie. One of my friends once described Debbie Harry as a “five tissue job”. Obviously, I have no idea what he was referring to but I was deeply in lust with her for a very long time.

10. Watchin’ Over Me by James Taylor. It took the great man 45 years to come up with a worthy follow up to Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon but Before This World, form whence comes this song, was well worth waiting for.

That’s all folks!