In this week’s show, the featured album is the latest release by The Districts-You Know I’m Not Going Anywhere and all the usual shenanigans!
In this week’s show, there’s 4 tracks from the featured album by Temples released September 2019-Hot Motions and the 60s snapshot is all about Motown. Don’t miss out!
In this week’s show, there’s a featured album by Spear of Destiny-a British rock band formed in 1983-entitled Outland released in 1987, the usual 60s snapshot and plenty of music to wrap your ears around!
For all Metal fans out there, this week’s featured album is by Clutch-From Beale Street to Oblivion released in 2010. There’s the usual 60s snapshot at the beginning of the second hour and lots more.
In this week’s show, the featured album is by the excellent Icelandic band Kaleo from 2016 entitled A/B, 3 great tracks in the 60s snapshot in the second hour and plenty of good music for your commute or if you’re just enjoying your meal at home.
In this week’s show, the featured album is the newly released Ghosteen by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, popular tracks to mark Armistice Day and 3 tracks in the 60s snapshot.
This week’s album is The Sun Is Often Out by 90s forgotten band Longpigs and there will be the usual 3 tracks in the 60s snapshot at the start of the second hour.
The featured album this week is Second Album by Curved Air from 1971 and as usual, the 60s snapshot in the second hour. .
featuring the 2017 album by spoon-Hot Thoughts-and there will be the usual 3 tracks in the 60s snapshot.
It’s going to be a lively one this week 😊
Battle of the decades is a three way tussle between 1975 1985 and 1965 – 2 tracks from 75 and 1 each from 65 and 85 will battle it out for the listeners votes.
There will be additional tracks from the charts of this day back in the given years.
The featured album comes from altered images and is the 1981 release ‘happy birthday’.
Stateside goes three ways this week with tracks that made it in the states but not in the uk – 1965, 1975 and 1985 are covered.
Higher and lower in the 70s reaches the cusp of 72 and 73. Due to very little chart movement -the chart of 10 december 1972 is the last one with the chart of 7 january 1973 being the next one.
Requests welcome from the mid to late 60s, all 70s and early to mid 80s.