Now this song fits the psychedelic sci-fi pop genre perfectly. A complete classic from the rather “out there” band the B52s. This is their third appearance in Covid Island Discs. Enjoy Kate’s continuous singing of a single note being electronically mixed with her synthesizer. Very cool. She came from Planet Claire I knew she came […]
24th — 30th of April 2021
Given I seem to be in a more country music theme this week, I think it is time for another Eagles classic. This was the title song their hit album of that name released all the way back in 1975.
Time for some duelling banjos I feel. Well duelling banjo and a guitar. Just watch the pure skill of these two.
So this is the second song from Cyndi Lauper to be cited on Covid Island Discs. This song brings back lots of memories of being a young teenager in year 11 high school. Cyndi Lauper’s album “She’s so unusual” really dominated the Australian airwaves and this was probably the main hit from the album along
So this is the second year that I have cited a song on Australian Anzac day. Anzac day is when Australians commemorate all those Aussies who have tragically lost their lives in armed conflict from the tragic souls who were gunned down by the Turks on Anzac cove to the many Aussies who suffered in
Well we have hit day 400 of Covid Island Discs. Given this is something that is all part of living in Britian I thought I would share a very pretty song from British band the Kinks about an inner city London sunset. Of course in order to experience a Waterloo sunset from the comfort of