Another unexpected return, this time on a Friday evening allowed a different transition, actually on a few fronts. There was the start of the weekend which I was celebrating, along with the continuing transition into winter, such as 80’s rocking with Badlands.
Actually, there was a large chunk of the music based around an 80’s meander, as well as Badlands there was Foreigner, Heart and Iron Maiden.
There was also the usual genre meander, with most of the theme being around rock and blues rock, such as the Allman Brothers Band and Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelie. I have to thank my friend Felipe who’s also a friend of the station and member of Herida who introduced me to them, along with a couple of other tracks I played on the show, such as George Harrison, Chingon and the afore mentioned Badlands.
There were also deviations into jazz which gave me a timely excuse to play Oblivion, a song by Gabrielle Ducomble as she is playing next Tuesday 25th October at the Pizza Express jazz club in Soho, London. You can see the promo video of Oblivion here.
I enjoyed a gentle end to the show, celebrating Love with the ever wonderful Allen Morgan and Snatam Kaur, then a cheeky medley from the Until We Meet The Sky Album by Solar Fields.
You can hear the show again here:
The Playlist for 21st October 2016
Allman Brothers Band – Leave My Blues At Home (Idlewild South – 1970)
ZZ Top – Stages (Afterburner – 1985)
Badlands – Winter’s Call (Badlands – 1989)
Heart – What About Love (Heart – 1985)
Foreigner – That Was Yesterday (Agent Provocateur – 1984)
The Black Crowes – My Heart’s Killing Me (The Lost Crowes – 2006)
Credence Clearwater Revival – Oh My Love (Tom Fogarty & The Blue Velvets – 1961)
Madeleine Peyroux – La Vie En Rose (Dreamland – 1996)
Gabrielle Ducomble Band – Oblivion (2015)
North Mississippi Allstars – Someday Baby (Shake Hands With Shorty – 2000)
Bob Marley & The Wailers – Three Little Birds (Exodus – 1977)
George Harrison – Isn’t It A Pity (Version One) (All Things Must Pass – 1970)
Otis Redding – Ton Of Joy (Complete & Unbelieveable: The Otis Redding Dictionary of Soul)
Young Coppers – Hard Times Of Old England (Passing Out – 2008)
The Cortège – Starting Gun (Love & Land EP – 2016)
Iron Maiden – Rainbow’s Gold (Powerslave – 1984)
Living Colour – Time’s Up (Time’s Up – 1990)
Chingon – Malagueña Salerosa (Kill Bill Vol. 2 – 2004)
Screamin’ Cheetah Wheelies – Sister Mercy (Shakin’ The Blues – 2002)
Jesus & Mary Chain ft Hope Sandoval – Sometimes Always (Stoned & Dethroned 1994)
Pink Floyd – Julia Dream (B Side to It Would Be So Nice – 1968)
Allen Morgan – New Dawn (Light Tide – 2013)
Snatam Kaur – People Of Love (Celebrate Peace – 2005)
Solar Fields – Last Step In Vacuum (Until We Meet The Sky – 2011)
Solar Fields – Until We Meet The Sky (Until We Meet The Sky – 2011)
Solar Fields – Epilogue (Until We Meet The Sky – 2011)