Welcome back my friends to the show that never ends.
- Girl in Collision by Chris Rainbow. From his White Trails album, a Police-type tune from the late Scottish songsmith, a man who stammered terribly until he started singing. A little known genius IMHO.
- Money Honey by the Sensational Alex Harvey band. Mad as a box of frogs, but boy the band could play!
- Come on Nature by the Proclaimers. Lush tune from the Reid brothers.
- Wake Me Up When September Ends by Green Day. Truly magnificent tune from the American Idiot album where Billy Joe Armstrong sings about the death of his father.
- Seven High by Damon Albarn. Greatness everywhere today as we join the genius Damon with an instrumental track from Everyday Robots.
- Soul Island by the Meters. Classic R&B funk from back in the day. Such an influential band. Proper earworm, this.
- Decks Dark by Radiohead. Love A Moon Shaped Pool – great record.
- Trampled Underfoot by Son Little. Brilliant R&B cover of the Zeppelin classic.
- Stepkids by the Avalanches. From their stunning Wildflower record. Bonkers and wonderful.
- He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother by Neil Diamond. Excellent cover of the Hollies classic, taken from his quite brilliant and game-changing Taproot Manuscript record.
That’s all, folks. You can all go back to work now.