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That Friday Music Shuffle (10/8)

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That Friday Music Shuffle (10/8)

TF it’s Friday, eh? That time of the week when I can indulge myself in a little music, courtesy of my elderly and now obsolete iPod. Yes, I’m back in my Man Cave to hear some tunes from the vaults.

So, without further ado here goes. Welcome my friends to the show that never ends!

1. Train in the Distance by Don Henley. I wish the great man would keep making new music as good as this beaut from his most recent Cass County album.

2. Block Rockin’ Beats by the Chemical Brothers. From their album, Dig Your Own Hole, the geeky boys are on top form.

3. Whitney Houston Dub Plate by Wyclef Jean feat Whitney Houston. My god that girl could sing. This from Wyclef’s The Ecleftic record.

4. I Left My Heart in San Francisco by Tony Bennett. No words needed.

5. Mean Old Man by James Taylor. Latter day JT from his October Road album. Lush.

6. Crenshaw by Skee-Lo. Old school hip hop from the man who gave us the utterly magnificent I Wish, which just happens to be the name of the album this track comes from.

7. Just One Look by the Hollies. This was an old American R&B tune that the Hollies turned into a pop tune. Listen to the young Graham Nash soaring up the scale.

8. Supposed to Be by Jack Johnson. The usual dual-tracked Jack weaves his melodic magic once more.

9. Jamaica Will Break your Heart by Little Feat. Decent enough from the old boys from their last album Rooster Rag.

10. I’m Your Man by Wham! I don’t think George Michael’s best solo work ever got near Wham!’s worst work and this is far from their worst work.

That’s all, folks!

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