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!

  1. Version City by the Clash. From 1980’s triple album Sandinista – well, it’s mint, innit?
  2. I Fought The Law (Live) by the Clash. More Clash, this time from the live record From Here To Eternity.
  3. 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.
  4. Mama (Live) by Toto. Ex vocalist Bobby Kimball gives it everything in this live version of the this excellent tune.
  5. 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.
  6. The Patriots Dream by Gordon Lightfoot. Lovely track from the Canadian folkster’s 1972 album Don Quixote, my very favourite Lightfoot record.
  7. England by the Dwight Twilley Band. Great cut from Twilley’s hard rocking 1976 debut album Sincerely.
  8. Blockbuster by The Sweet. Classic 70s glam rock. Love it.
  9. 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.
  10. Centrefield by John Fogerty. The Creedence man’s brilliant homage to baseball. Essential.

That’s all, folks!