Hooray, it’s Friday again, even though as an unemployed person it’s Friday every day. Anyway, Friday means my music shuffle where my device selects 10 tunes from my collection and I tell you what they are. And to add to the fun, if you click on the title, you can sing along.

So, let’s rock!

  1. Don’t Ask Me Why by Billy Joel. From 1980’s Glass Houses, this is vintage Bill.
  2. Low Down Payment by David Crosby and Graham Nash. This comes from C&N’s 1975 long player Wind On The Water. Lush.
  3. The Sin by Warren Zevon. The late, great Warren from his 1980 live album Stand In The Fire.
  4. What’s On My Mind by Kansas. Prog rock from the veteran prog rockers’ record Leftoverture.
  5. Comin’ Home Baby by Mel Tormé. Back to 1962 for this old classic.
  6. Let It Bleed by Goat. From 2012’s excellent World Music, enjoy Sweden’s finest in action.
  7. Going Mobile by The Who. By far the worst track on 1971’s Who’s Next and a useful reminder that Pete Townshend should stick to writing songs and not singing them. Maybe Daltrey said the song was too bad for him to sing?
  8. Don’t Start Me Talkin’ by the Doobie Brothers. Classic bluesy Doobies here, live at the Wolf Trap.
  9. South American Getaway by Burt Bacharach. Yes, the Butch Cassidy song. Brilliant.
  10. Disturbance by The Move. Very early Roy Wood, from 1966, and possibly not peak Move.

That’s all, folks!