Yes, it’s that time again. Ten tunes played at random from my music collection and then I tell you what they are.

I’m in my Man Cave so let’s rock!

  1. Warp by Hydra. One of my favourite southern rock bands who no one else has ever heard of. This from their album Hydra.
  2. Love Action by the Human League. Phil Oakey and the girls from a mere 39 years ago with a belter from their seminal album Dare.
  3. Something’s Happening by Herman’s Hermits. Peter Noone and his chaps from 1968 with a tune arranged by – and I am not making this up – John Paul Jones.
  4. Guilty by the Bee Gees. From their brilliant live album of 1997, One Night Only, this is so good you don’t really miss Barbra Streisand at all.4th
  5. 4th July, Asbury Park (Sandy) by Bruce Springsteen. This was on the Boss’s second album The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle, first released in 1973. mint.
  6. Valleys of Neptune by Jimi Hendrix. Recorded between 1969 and 1970, this song was finally released posthumously on the album of the same name in 2010.
  7. They Can’t Take That Away From Me by Frank Sinatra. The golden oldies shuffle gets even older with this classic from old blue eyes.
  8. Tracy Hide by the Wondermints. Gorgeous, shimmering harmonies on this beauty from their long player The Wonderful World of the Wondermints.
  9. All In by Flying Lotus. Classic Brainfeeder music from Mr Lotus from the Until The Quiet Comes album.
  10. Que Sera Sera (Whatever will be, will be) by Doris Day. Wise words from the delightful Doris.

That’s all, folks!