Here we go again. 10 songs, chosen at random by my musical device and I tell you what they are. If you want to play along, just click on the song title and there it will be.

Let’s rock!

  1. Wailing Wall by Todd Rundgren. Todd is God, I hear you say. Not quite but bloody nearly.
  2. Axel Grinder by Pendulum. Top notch drum and bass from the Aussie duo’s first album Hold Your Colour.
  3. One For The Money by Horace Brown. Old skool R&B from old Horace. Excellent.
  4. Go Down Easy by John Martyn. From Martyn’s brilliant 1973 album Solid Air.
  5. Good Captain Clack by Procul Harum. Out of kilter, slightly bonkers and a bit like a Beatle’s novelty tune.
  6. Too Much, Too Young, Too Fast by Airbourne. Epic AC/DC type rock from the Aussie chaps’ 2007 excellent LP Runnin’ Wild. If only AC/DC could do stuff as good as this these days.
  7. FUNKNROLL by Prince. This is mint and comes from the late, great man’s 2014 album Art Official Age.
  8. The Street Parade by the Clash. From 1980’s Sandinista triple album. As good as ever.
  9. Nobody Lives Here Anymore by John Kay. In 1973, Steppenwolf lead singer John Kay made an album that I felt was better than anything he made in the band. It was called My Sportin’ Life and I love it to bits. This is from it.
  10. Return to Patagonia by Lemon Jelly.  Some fabulously trip-hoppy electronica from the British’s duo’s stellar 2002 long player Lost Horizons.

That’s all, folks!