Week Commencing 7th December

Doobie Brothers – Cotton Mouth (Toulouse Street)

Depending on which live broadcast or podcast you listened to you will either of heard Chris Rea – Whatever Happened To Benny Santini (Whatever Happened To Benny Santini) or Al Stewart – If It Doesn’t Come Naturally (Year Of The Cat)

Steely Dan – Show Biz Kids (Countdown To Ecstasy)

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds – The Man Who Built The Moon (The Man Who Built The Moon)

Liam Gallagher – Wall Of Glass (As You Were)

Bruce Springsteen – The E. Street Shuffle (The Wild, The Innocent & The E. Street Shuffle)

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U2 – Landlady (Songs Of Experience)

America – Wind Wave (Hat Trick)

Eagles – After The Thrill Is Gone (One Of These Nights)

Don Henley – New York Minute (The End Of The Innocence)

Moses Sumney – Don’t Bother Calling (Aromantacism)

10cc – Brand New Day (The Original Soundtrack)

Little Feat – Feats Don’t Fail Me Now (Feats Don’t Fail Me Now)

Kaleidoscope – Kaleidoscope (Tangerine Dream)

Beatles – Medley (Abbey Road)

Bob Seger – Runaway Train (I Knew You When)

Robert Plant – Season’s Song (Carry Fire)

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Genesis – The Return Of The Giant Hogweed (Nursery Cryme)

Splinter – Somebody’s City (The Place I Love)

Squeeze – Patchouli (The Knowledge)

Jethro Tull – Too Old To Rock n Roll (Too Old To Rock n Roll)

*Songs inserted by transmitting stations.

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8 responses to “Week Commencing 7th December

  1. Hi Bob, well I can see you have Tangerine Dream’s Kaleidoscope. Not heard it for so long I had forgotten all about it. I remember a link to Radio Kaleidoscope as well

  2. Other way around, Bryan. The band are Kaleidoscope (there were two, one from the UK and one from America, this is the UK one) and the album is Tangerine Dream, nothing to do with the German band of the same name. I don’t know if one lent its name to the other? The track “Kaleidoscope” was used as the theme tune of Radio Kaleidoscope, but the rest of the album is rather good too, I have played a couple of the tracks on The Album Collection… very “of its time” but I really like it.

  3. I should have read it more as I can see now that the Album name is in brackets. Silly me but perhaps you could play Tangerine Dreams track if you have it. I cant remember how I heard of the German band track got picked as the theme tune but it is the grey cells somewhere

  4. I should have your read your post more ,as I can see now that the Album name is in brackets. Silly me but perhaps you could play Tangerine Dreams track if you have it. I cant remember how I heard of the German band track got picked as the theme tune but it is the grey cells somewhere

  5. Thanks for your hard work getting Caroline on am.Can just about listen up in Newcastle upon Tyne on a good Day.I did write to My local MP and received two replies o House of commons note paper.
    Listen to your shows every Saturday Night on Caroline with a few beers or download to listen on my way to work.
    Thanks to you and Mark Stafford for my Musical Education,Also great that you still promote LA on your Shows and looking after the planet.

    Cheers from Steve Hedley in Newcastle upon Tyne

  6. Lovely to know you’re still listening after all these years, Steve. Thank you for your support. Hope you’re well and Merry Christmas.

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