Greetings pop-pickers and welcome to this week’s music shuffle. It’s basically a random journey through my music collection with each song chosen by my music device.
You can play, and even sing, along by clicking on the song title.
I hope you find something you like.
- Looking Through The Eyes Of Love by Gene Pitney. We begin with a trip back to 1965 and a classic from the great Gene Pitney.
- Life’s Too Short by Hall and Oates. Next, from 2003’s Do It For Love, here are Daryl and John doing what they do.
- Just Around The Hill by Sash! From 2000’s Trilenium, this is the only non dance track on the album and it’s rather nice.
- So Begins The Task by Stephen Stills. Back to 1972 we go for this lush track from the man’s album Manassas.
- The Sea by Morcheeba. Gorgeous, dreamy track from their 1998 record Big Calm. Close your eyes and drift away.
- Ruins by First Aid Kit. The brilliant Swedish sisters with the title track from their 2018 long player. Features REM’s Peter Buck on guitar.
- Stars Align by Belly. Love this indie American band. This from 2018’s Dove.
- Suite for 20G by James Taylor. Back we go again, this time to 1970 and a lovely song from Sweet Baby James.
- No More Cloudy Days by The Eagles. A bit of filler from the band’s final album, 2007’s Long Road Out Of Eden. Nice to hear the late Glenn Frey’s voice, mind.
- Mull Of Kintyre by Paul McCartney and Wings. Okay, peak Beatles it ain’t, but it’s still a belter of a tune and totally heartfelt.
This week’s Desert Island Disc is the exciting number 5 tune, The Sea by Morcheeba.
That’s all, folks!