Week Commencing February 9th

Steve Forbert – Say Goodbye To Little Jo (Jackrabbit Slim)

Steve Winwood – Second Hand Woman (Arc Of A Diver)

Queen – Keep Yourself Alive (Queen)

Santana – Earth’s Cry, Heaven’s Smile (Amigos)

Roger McGuinn – The Trees Are All Gone (Back From Rio)

Drive By Truckers – Once They Banned Imagine (American Band)

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Melissa Etheridge – Memphis Train (Memphis Rock And Soul)

Man – Taking The Easy Way Out Again (Rhinos, Winos & Lunatics)

Man – Country Girl (Man)

Steely Dan – Daddy Don’t Live In That New York City (Katy Lied)

Pretenders – Never Be Together (Alone)

Pink Floyd – One Of These Days (Meddle)

Stevie Wonder – Love Having You Around (Music Of My Mind)

Neil Young – Who’s Gonna Stand Up (Storytone)

Seals & Crofts – We May Never Pass This Way Again (Diamond Girl)

Graham Nash – Golden Days (This Path Tonight)

Young Gun Silver Fox – You Can Feel It (West End Coast)

Pugwash – Kicking & Screaming (Play This Intimately, As If Among Friends)

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Nirvana – Lonely Boy (The Story Of Simon Simopath)

Neil Sedaka – The Immigrant (Laughter In The Rain)

Richard Digance – How The West Was Lost (Live In Concert)

Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers – Refugee (Damn The Torpedoes)

Marvin Gaye – One For My Baby … (Moods Of Marvin Gaye)

Stray Cats – Lookin’ Better Every Beer (Best Of)

New Riders Of The Purple Sage – Looking Better Every Beer (Ivanhoe)

*Songs inserted by transmitting stations.

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One response to “Week Commencing February 9th

  1. Always good to here Neil Young so thanks for that. Is his newish album Peace Trail, released back end of last year I think, in you collection yet. I think i’ve mentioned it previously but I use your show as a bit of a kick off point for rediscovering my own collection so was hunting out the Tom Petty album you played a track off when I was in the collection I thought Oh there’s his Wildflowers album which I hadn’t heard for a long time so pulled that out instead. I think it rather gets ignored in favour of his more famous ones. Having re-listened to it over the weekend I think I like it more now than when I first bought it. Is that strange ?

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