Another Friday, another music shuffle. Ten tunes from my collection, played at random by my musical device, and I tell you what they were. And if you want to play along, you just click on the tune.
So, without further ado, let’s rock!
- Version City by the Clash. From 1980’s triple album Sandinista – well, it’s mint, innit?
- I Fought The Law (Live) by the Clash. More Clash, this time from the live record From Here To Eternity.
- The Great Gig In The Sky by Pink Floyd. A track from their epic 1973 Dark Side of the Moon long player, featuring Clare Torry’s slightly unhinged wordless vocals.
- Mama (Live) by Toto. Ex vocalist Bobby Kimball gives it everything in this live version of the this excellent tune.
- Give It Up by KC and the Sunshine Band. KC and his band made some great pop music and this was right up there with their very best. Wonderful.
- The Patriots Dream by Gordon Lightfoot. Lovely track from the Canadian folkster’s 1972 album Don Quixote, my very favourite Lightfoot record.
- England by the Dwight Twilley Band. Great cut from Twilley’s hard rocking 1976 debut album Sincerely.
- Blockbuster by The Sweet. Classic 70s glam rock. Love it.
- Come Back To Me by Skee Lo. Mr Lo’s album, from which this song comes, has the same name as his epic single I Wish. Nothing comes close to that classic but this is okay.
- Centrefield by John Fogerty. The Creedence man’s brilliant homage to baseball. Essential.
That’s all, folks!