Monday, 14 August 2017

KSHE Klassics, Aug. 13, 2017

Quotation du jour: Peter Hammill ~ I continue to believe, contrary to the given wisdom, that it's more interesting to have an album – or, indeed, an individual song – which has variety rather than
homogeneity.

Today's post almost didn't get written.

I was feeling a bit under the weather all week – nothing too serious, aching muscles, headaches, stomach and back pain and an overwhelming feeling of lethargy. My best friend all week was a jar of stewed prunes, and they finally started working their magic on Friday.

Sunday morning i was pretty close to being 100% except for a lingering sense of (to use a medical term) the blahs, and so, when i couldn't connect to KSHE's audio stream, i almost said, to heck with it and went back to bed. (What happened when i tried to connect was, i would get two seconds of garbled nonsense followed by a minute of nothing followed by two second of garbled nonsense etc., etc.).

I persevered, though, figuring after the crummy week i'd had, i needed this four hours of musical uplift, and so i tried to connect using a different browser and gloriosky, i connected to the stream much more quickly than usual. Wow! I think that my path for Sunday mornings in the future has been set before me.












Supertramp – School
Nazareth – This Flight Tonight
Off Broadway – Stay In Time
Roger Daltrey – One Man Band
Jon & Vangelis – The Friends Of Mr Cairo
Styx – Snowblind
Michael Schenker Group – Cry For The Nations
Heart – Dog And Butterfly
Stanley Clarke – School Days
The Animals – We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
Starz – Cherry Baby
Thin Lizzy – Cowboy Song
Sugarloaf – Don't Call Us, We'll Call You
Little Feat – All That You Dream
Frank Marino – Strange Dreams
Rush – Test For Echo
Todd Rundgren – Real Man
Traffic – Light Up Or Leave Me Alone
April Wine – All Over Town
Stillwater – Mindbender
Fleetwood Mac – Emerald Eyes
New Riders Of The Purple Sage – Panama Red
Billy Joel – New York State Of Mind
Chilliwack – Fly At Night
Cream – Tales Of Brave Ulysses
Lou Gramm – Midnight Blue
Robin Trower – Bridge Of Sighs
Journey – Look Into The Future
Steely Dan – Pretzel Logic
The Tarney / Spencer Band – No Time To Lose
Elton John -- All The Girls Love Alice
Grinderswitch – Kill The Pain
Strawbs – Keep On Trying
Rod Stewart – True Blue
Santana -- Everybody's Everything

And our own personal playlist for the week:

Sixpence None The Richer – Sixpence None The Richer
Ten Years After – Undead
Thunder – Laughing On Judgement Day
Seether – Holding On To Strings Better Left To Fray
The White Stripes – Icky Thump
Linda Ronstadt – Heart Like A Wheel
Focus – Mother Focus
Emerson, Lake & Palmer – Trilogy
Paula Cole – Ballads
Five Hand Reel – Five Hand Reel
Sheryl Crow – Be Myself
Roger McGuinn – Roger McGuinn
The Albion Band – Natural And Wild
Jeff Beck – There And Back
Camel – Breathless
Dead Can Dance – Spleen And Ideal
Rod Stewart – Every Picture Tells A Story
Mike Oldfield – Ommadawn
Tyrannosaurus Rex – A Beard Of Stars
Brian Eno & David Byrne – My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts
Peter Gabriel – Passion
Van Morrison – A Night In San Francisco
Don Henley – The End Of The Innocence
Focus – Hamburger Concerto
Ray Davies – Americana

Van der Graaf Generator – Do Not Disturb

Monday, 7 August 2017

KSHE Klassics, August 6, 2017

Quotation du jour ~ Les Dawson: Mind you, I've always been musical... Mother used to sit me on her knee and I'd whisper, 'Mummy, Mummy, sing me a lullaby do,' and she'd say: 'Certainly my angel, my wee bundle of happiness, hold my beer while I fetch me banjo.'

It was a pretty miserable listening experience this morning, folks. Not because of the music itself, which was mostly as good as ever. No, it was my Internet connection playing silly buggers again: frequent drop-outs and i know i missed at least two songs.

It was a fairly frustrating morning altogether, cyberspatially. A couple of fairly large downloads (the usual music & porn) kept failing, as did several uploads, and even remote content in emails wasn't loading. If i ever move to St Louis, which i fully intend to do when i win a few millions in a lottery (which is unlikely to happen as i never buy tickets), one reason will be that i'll be able to listen to this show without a DSL connection.

Also, it never fails to stagger me that, after years of writing this blog, mt typing skills aren;t omproving .... Anywat, her's today's platlist:




Crosby, Stills & Nash -- Marrakesh Express
Kansas -- Play The Game Tonight
The Bliss Band -- Doctor
Bruce Springsteen -- Hungry Heart
Jimi Hendrix -- Little Wing
Tommy Bolin -- Post Toastee
Alice Cooper -- Hello Hurray
David Bowie -- Space Oddity
Eric Clapton -- I've Got A Rock 'n' Roll Heart
Jackson Browne -- Redneck Friend
Elton John -- Mona Lisas And Mad Hatters
Bob Seger -- Nutbush City Limits
Eagles -- Ol' 55
Steely Dan -- Black Friday
Bachman-Turner Overdrive -- Blue Collar
Jim Capaldi -- Living On The Edge
Dave Mason -- Mystic Traveller
Headboys -- The Shape Of Things To Come
Arthur Brown -- Fire
Symphonic Slam -- Modane Train
Atlanta Rhythm Section -- Georgia Rhythm
The Band -- Up On Cripple Creek
April Wine -- Just Between You And Me
Climax Blues Band -- Couldn't Get It Right
UFO -- Shoot Shoot
Triumvirat -- Spartacus
Foghat -- Rock And Roll Outlaw
Pete Townshend -- Rough Boys
Chicago -- Dialogue (Parts 1 & 2)
Nils Lofgren -- No Mercy
Todd Rundgren -- Just One Victory
Ian Gomm -- Hold On
Gypsy -- Don't Get Mad (Get Even)
America -- Sandman
Kenny Loggins -- Easy Driver
Genesis -- A Trick Of The Tail
Badfinger -- Baby Blue
Chilliwack -- Something Better
J. Geils -- First I Look At The Purse
Rainbow -- Man On The Silver Mountain
Creedence Clearwater Revival -- The Midnight Special

And here's what we played at the world headquarters of the Jim Spriggs Society this week:

Heart – Heart
Bob Dylan – Another Side Of Bob Dylan
Kate Bush – Aerial
The Tea Party – Seven Circles
Rush – Feedback
Rory Gallagher – Irish Tour '74
Caro Emerald – Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor
Curved Air – Air Conditioning
John Fogerty – The Long Road Home
Genesis – Selling England By The Pound
Florence + The Machine – Lungs
Chicago – Chicago VI
Maddy Priot & June Tabor – No More To The Dance
Pyewackett – The Man In The Moon Drinks Claret
Various Artists – The Roots Of The Rolling Stones
Five Hand Reel – For A' That
Rob Hyman – Largo
Focus – In And Out Of Focus
The Beatles – Beatles For Sale
Gregson & Collister – The Last Word
Peter Gabriel – OVO
Focus – At The Rainbow
Marillion – F.E.A.R.
Caro Emerald – The Shocking Miss Emerald
Runrig – The Cutter And The Clan
Mike Heron – Smiling Men With Bad Reputations
Colin James – Sudden Stop
Robin Trower – Day Of The Eagle
Afro-Celt Sound System – Anatomic
Ray Davies – Americana
Paul Simon – The Rhythm Of The Saints
Cassandra Wilson – Silver Pony
Alan Stivell – Olympia Concert

Jonathan Edwards -- Jonathan Edwards

Tuesday, 1 August 2017

KSHE Klassics, July 30, 2017

Quotation du jour ~ Trent Reznor: It's tough, because the president of the United States is a complete fucking moron. That's what gets me the most, that he's this vulgar, grotesque dope, everything I hate in people.

It wasn't an exceptional Klassics Show this week, although the inclusion of Rory Gallagher made it brilliant. But, hey, you find a radio station you like, you listen because they play schtuff you love and lots of it, they're bound to play shit you can't stand occasionally (Styx, REO Speedwagon, i'm talking to you) but the brilliant outweighs the banal. It's the best show on the wireless.














Captain Beyond -- Sufficiently Breathless
Bachman-Turner Overdrive -- Hey You
Humble Pie -- Thirty Days In The Hole
John Mellencamp -- Small Paradise
Styx -- Father O.S.A.
Alice Cooper -- Under My Wheels
Prism -- Spaceship Superstar
Cream -- I'm So Glad
Chris Rea -- Working On It
REO Speedwagon -- Son Of A Poor Man
Marshall Tucker -- Take The Highway
Eric Clapton -- She's Waiting
Soul Asylum -- Black Gold
Foghat -- Drivin' Wheel
Sammy Hagar -- The Ice Man
Jackson Browne -- In The Shape Of A Heart
Gary Wright -- Love Is Alive
The Jimi Hendrix Experience -- The Wind Cries Mary
Thin Lizzy -- Romeo And The Lonely Girl
Survivor -- Poor Man\s Son
Blind Faith -- Can't Find My Way Home
Kansas -- It Takes A Woman's Love (To Make A Man)
UFO -- Cherry
J. Geils Band -- Musta Got Lost
Jethro Tull -- Living In The Past
Rory Gallagher -- Country Mile
Aerosmith -- Big Ten Inch Record
Traffic -- The Low Spark Of High-Heeled Boys
Blue Oyster Cult -- Godzilla
Pink Floyd -- San Tropez
The Electric Light Orchestra -- Poker
Head East -- City Of Gold / Fly By Night Lady
The Grateful Dead -- Alabama Getaway
The Who -- Athena
Robin Trower -- My Love (Burning Love)
Honeymoon Suite -- New Girl Now
Steely Dan -- Don't Take Me Alive
Stu Nunnery -- Isle Of Debris
The Little River Band -- It's Not A Wonder
The Rolling Stones -- Wild Horses

And here's what we played at Spriggs Towers this week:

Dan Fogelberg – The Wild Places
Paul Simon – Stranger To Stranger
Mama's Pride – Mama's Pride
Van der Graaf Generator – Pawn Hearts
Genesis – ...And Then There Were Three...
Peter Hammill – None Of The Above
The Fray – How To Save A Life
Five Hand Reel – For A' That
Sharon Shannon – Each Little Thing
The Trews – Hope And Ruin
Mike Oldfield – Ommadawn
Blodwyn Pig – Ahead Rings Out
Steeleye Span – Live At Last!
Brand X – Unorthodox Behaviour
Great Big Sea – Fortune's Favour
Journey – Journey's Greatest Hits
Colin James – National Steel
Marillion – Sounds That Can't Be Made
Mike Oldfield – Voyager
Focus – Moving Waves
John Kirkpatrick – Going Spare
Terje Rypdal – Descendre
Max Webster – High Class In Borrowed Shoes
Pink Floyd – Animals
Alanis Morissette – Under Rug Swept
Kate & Anna McGarrigle – Dancer With Bruised Knees
Pink Floyd – The Endless River
Sandy Denny – Rendezvous
King Crimson – Beat
Caro Emerald – Deleted Scenes From The Cutting Room Floor
Various Artists -- Passion Sources

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

The KSHE Klassics Show, July 23, 2017


Quotation du jour ~ John Lennon: Time you enjoyed wasting was not wasted.

I installed a new router this past week, initially a daunting prospect as i'd never done it or locked one down before (my last one, the man at the shop did it for me). But, as the shop is no longer there and the man has moved away, i bought this one at Staples and i was on my own. I hesitated, afraid i'd screw something up, but as it turned out there were a couple of hiccups, but it wasn't that difficult at all, and i had a home network once more.

Around an hour before the program was to begin, my network connection kept dropping. Oh, no, i thought, it must be Sunday. It was a worrying event and i thought at first it must have something to do with the new router – blame myself for everything, that's my motto -- but somehow it sorted itself out and i was able to the entire show uninterrupted.

And what a great show it was, too. Some of my favourite songs by City Boy, Rockpile, Kim Mitchell, Robin Trower, Todd Rundgren....





City Boy – 5..7.0.5.
Steely Dan – Any Major Dude Will Tell You
Steve Miller – Living In The U.S.A.
Supertramp – Poor Boy
Bachman-Turner Overdrive – Lookin' Out For #1
The Band – The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down
Pousette-Dart Band – Amnesia
Bob Dylan – Highway 61
Ray Gomez – Make Your Move
Eric Clapton – Mainline Florida
Elton John – Grey Seal
Dwight Twilley – I'm On Fire
Gypsy – Gypsy Queen (Part 1)
Rockpile – Teacher Teacher
Jefferson Starship – Stranger
The Byrds – Mr Tambourine Man
The Tubes – Don't Touch Me There
Mason Proffit – Two Hangmen
Bruce Springsteen – Thunder Road
Canned Heat – On The Road Again
Climax Blues Band – Mighty Fire
Kim Mitchell – Go For A Soda
Spirit – Prelude / Nothin' To Hide
The Alan Parsons Project – I Wouldn't Want To Be Like You
Joe Walsh – Indian Summer
Robin Trower – Too Rolling Stoned
Michael Stanley – One Good Reason
Dave Mason – We Just Disagree
Bad Company – Live For The Music
Heartsfield – Shine On
Steve Winwood – Don't You Know What The Night Can Do
John Mayall – Room To Move
The Grateful Dead – Shakedown Street
Utopia – Love In Action
Todd Rundgren – I Saw The Light
Gary Wright – Silent Fury
Electric Light Orchestra – Telephone Line
Vinegar Joe – Never Met A Dog
Foreigner – Rev On The Red Line

And our own personal playlist for this week:

Dan Fogelberg – River Of Souls
Jonathan Edwards – Jonathan Edwards
Sequentia – Ancient Music For A Modern Age
Jethro Tull – Aqualung
Sharon Shannon – Out The Gap
Katrina & The Waves – Walking On Sunshine
The Who – The Who Sell Out
Bruce Springsteen – The Rising
Runrig – Transmitting Live
Maddy Prior – Ravenchild
The Electric Light Orchestra – No Answer
Marillion – F.E.A.R.
Yes – Tales From Topographic Oceans
Caro Emerald – Emerald Island
Home – Pause For A Hoarse Horse
Five Hand Reel – Five Hand Reel }
Five Hand Reel – For A' That        } a.k.a. “Three Albums On Two CDs”
Five Hand Reel – Earl O' Moray   }
John Hiatt – Anthology
Linkin Park – Meteora
Kim Mitchell – Ain't Life Amazing
Kula Shaker – K
Blind Willie Johnson – Dark Was The Night
Peter Gabriel – Up
Dead Can Dance – Within The Realm Of A Dying Sun
Various Artists – Chess Classics

Monday, 17 July 2017

The KSHE Klassics Show, July 16, 2017

Quotation du jour ~ Maya Angelou “Music was my refuge. I could crawl into the space between the notes and curl my back to loneliness.”

Another excellent edition. As i've written before, if i could find a radio station that played this kinda schtuff – classic rock that you rarely hear anywhere else – i might never leave my nest. (But, really, John. Two versions of “Arms Of Mary”? The Sutherland Brothers' version, which was the original, is excellent and Chilliwack's cover version is pretty darned good, too, but, why?)

Most radio stations have playlists of maybe 300 songs, and so of course you hear the same music over and over. KSHE, during its normal programming hours, is, i admit, a little like that too. I like to hear the unexpected, and i invariably do on Sunday mornings.

(There's an online station, also from St Louis, St Louis Classic Rock dot com (www.slcr.tv) i listen to occasionally and they pride themselves on their playlist of well over five thousand songs. But a lot of what they play is obscure – and deserves to be!)

As a footnote, i was once again able to listen to the show in its entirety without any of the computery troubles that used to beset me on Sunday mornings (but rarely at any other time). I don't think that i did anything to solve the problems other than general maintenance, but i'm certainly not complaining.



Here's the playlist:

Jefferson Starship – Ride The Tiger
The Marshall Tucker Band – Heard It In A Love Song
Little River Band – It's A Long Way There
Bob Dylan – Mr Tambourine Man
Moon Martin – Rolene
America – Don't Cross The River
Steely Dan – My Old School
Sutherland Brothers & Quiver – Arms Of Mary
Head East – Love Me Tonight
Paice Ashton Lord – Remember The Good Times
The Byrds – So You Want To Be A Rock 'N' Roll Star
Kansas – The Wall
Michael Murphey – Wildfire
Rare Bird – Beautiful Scarlet
Bruce Springsteen – Badlands
Kantner / Slick / Freiberg – Across The Board
Climax Blues Band – Using The Power
Tucky Buzzard – Gold Medallions
Chilliwack – Arms Of Mary
Runner – Run For Your Life
Grateful Dead – Sugar Magnolia
Danny Spanos – Hot Cherie
Jimi Hendix Experience – Crosstown Traffic
Budgie – Sky High Percentage
Billy Joel – The Entertainer
Real Life – Send Me An Angel
Electric Light Orchestra – Livin' Thing
Firefall – Livin' Ain't Livin'
Sammy Hagar – (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
Manfred Mann's Earthband – For You
Spirit – I Got A Line On You
Ambrosia – Holdin' On To Yesterday
Eric Clapton – Let It Grow
April Wine – Sign Of The Gypsy Queen
Michael Stanley – He Can't Love You
Wet Willie – Street Corner Serenade
Gypsy – Tomorrow Is The Last To Be Heard
Ian Hunter – Cleveland Rocks
The Doors – Back Door Man

Here's what we played at World Headquarters this week:

Steve Reich – Drumming
3 – To The Power Of Three
Sandie Shaw – The Very Best Of Sandie Shaw
The Doobie Brothers – Best Of The Doobies
Kronos Quartet РGórecky String Quartets
Rory Gallagher – Fresh Evidence
The Sutherland Brothers & Quiver – Beat Of The Street
The Allman Brothers Band – Brothers And Sisters
Melissa Etheridge – Your Little Secret
Genesis – Nursery Cryme
Keane – Perfect Symmetry
Sheryl Crow – Be Myself
Jonathan Edwards – Jonathan Edwards
Paula Cole – This Bright Red Feeling
Robert Fripp – Exposure
George Harrison – Early Takes Volume 1
Chantal Kreviazuk – Ghost Stories
Talk Talk – Spirit Of Eden
Yes – Union
John Hiatt – Walk On
Fairport Convention – Full House
Jackson Browne – Running On Empty
Yes – Tales From Topographic Oceans
Roy Wood Wizzo Band – Super Active Wizzo
Dan Fogelberg – Love In Time
Andy Irvine & Paul Brady – Andy Irvine & Paul Brady
Amanda Marshall – Intermission: The Singles Collection
Ofra Haza – Shaday
The Beatles – Help!



Monday, 10 July 2017

The KSHE Klassics Show, July 9th, 2017

Quotation du jour ~ William Blake: Excessive sorrow laughs. Excessive joy weeps.

Gloriosky, i was able to listen with out any computer problems at all today. I must be living right, or have been this week anyway. Sadly, the show seemed to just whizz by so quickly. I thought there must be at least an hour to go when John (i can call him John, i met him) said he was heading out the door.

This morning was a perfect example of why this programme is the highlight of my week – quite a few songs i love (in fact i have marked those with an asterisk, in case you're interested) and only one that i positively can't stand (that would be the REO Speedwagon disaster). Between those extremes everything was perfectly acceptable. Well done, Uman!



Peter Gabriel – Solsbury Hill*
The James Gang – Must Be Love
Rocky Burnette – Tired Of Towin' The Line
Brownsville Station – Smokin' In The Boys' Room
Neil Young – Like A Hurricane*
Bruce Springsteen – Prove It All Night
Novo Combo – Tattoo
John Mellencamp – A Little Night Dancin'
The Band – The Weight*
Steely Dan – Time Out Of Mind*
REO Speedwagon -- 157 Riverside Avenue
April Wine – Say Hello*
Genesis – The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway*
Jefferson Starship – The Girl With The Hungry Eyes
Kansas – What's On My Mind
The Grateful Dead – One More Saturday Night
Brave Belt – Another Way Out
Electric Light Orchestra – Turn To Stone*
Breathless – Takin' It Back
Wishbone Ash – Blowin' Free*
Eagles – Wasted Time
Steve Winwood – Time Is Running Out
The Marshall Tucker Band – Searchin' For A Rainbow
Free – Wishing Well*
Wiggy Bits – Oh Captain
Tony Carey – I Won't Be Home Tonight
Traffic – Medicated Goo
Heart – Dreamboat Annie*
The Kinks – Tired Of Waiting For You*
Michael Stanley – Nothing's Gonna Change My Mind
UFO – Too Hot To Handle
Fleetwood Mac – Oh Well (live)*
Leon Russell – Tightrope
The Tubes – Sushi Girl
Elvin Bishop – Travelin' Shoes*
Uriah Heep – Lady In Black
Zebra – Who's Behind The Door?
Arlo Guthrie – Coming In To Los Angeles
Lake – On The Run
Van Morrison – Wild Night*

And this is what was under the laser here at Spriggs Towers this week:

Dan Fogelberg – Souvenirs
Peter Gabriel – Birdy
Kate Rusby – 20
Radiohead – OK Computer
Jeff Beck – Crazy Legs
Talk Talk – Laughing Stock
Sparks – Exotic Creatures Of The Deep
Various Artists – Compil Folk 19
The Tragically Hip – Now For Plan A
Thunder – Behind Closed Doors
Billy Talent – Dead Silence
Donovan – A Gift From A Flower To A Garden
Talk Talk – Spirit Of Eden
The Tragically Hip – Yer Favourites
Max Webster – High Class In Borrowed Shoes
Peter Hammill – Skin
Steely Dan – Countdown To Ecstasy
Sting – The Dream Of The Blue Turtles
Seether – Poison The Parish
The Beatles – Rubber Soul
Ray Davies – Americana
Terje Rypdal & The Chasers – Blue
Marillion – F.E.A.R.
Genesis – Duke
Dan Fogelberg – Windows And Walls
Jane Siberry – The Speckless Sky
Rory Gallagher – Jinx
Dead Can Dance – Aion
Ashley Hutchings – By Gloucester Docks I Sat Down And Wept











Monday, 3 July 2017

KSHE Klassics, July 2, 2017

Quotation du jour ~ Terry Pratchett: "It's not worth doing something unless you are doing something that someone, somewhere, would much rather you weren't doing."

Happy 4th of July to my American reader.

It's the “Four On The Fourth” weekend on KSHE, their annual Independence Day feature: listeners submit four songs that they'd like to hear played, and, every hour they feature a set. http://www.kshe95.com/blogs/real-rock-blog/your-4-on-the-4th-weekend-2017

I wasn't especially looking forward to it, though, as, last year, some of the selections were wildly inappropriate. Turns out i was worried for nothing, though. All the songs fit in seamlessly with the theme of the Klassics Show. In fact the only time you knew it was “Four On The Fourth” was when we heard four songs in a row by Mama's Pride, and i'm sure as shootin' not going to complain about that, especially as the listener, Jim Risk, chose four of my favourite songs of theirs! (“Blue Mist,” incidentally, was voted the #1 KSHE Klassic song of all-time, ever, in a poll a few years back.)

And here's the host of the show, John Ulett himself. I met him last year and he's as nice a man as he seems to be on the radio :-)















The Boomtown Rats – I Don't Like Mondays
Bachman Turner Overdrive – Gimme Your Money Please
Nick Gilder – You Really Rock Me
Beat – Don't Wait Up For Me Tonight
New England – Don't Ever Wanna Lose Ya
Sniff 'N' The Tears – Driver's Seat
The Kings – This Beat Goes On / Switchin' To Glide
Jo Jo Gunne – Ready Freddy
Henry Gross – One More Tomorrow
Kenny Loggins – Love Has Come Of Age
Robin Trower – Little Bit Of Sympathy
Todd Rundgren – Can We Still Be Friends
Patti Smith – Because The Night
Def Leppard – Hello America
Nantucket – California
Dan Fogelberg – Illinois
Missouri – Movin' On
Z.Z. Top – A Fool For Your Stockings
Little Feat – Dixie Chicken
Joe Walsh – At The Station
Blues Image – Ride Captain Ride
Jethro Tull – Thick As A Brick
The Sutherland Brothers – Slipstream
The Moody Blues – Ride My See-Saw
Mama's Pride – Blue Mist
Mama's Pride – Ole St Lou
Mama's Pride – Can I Call You A Cab
Mama's Pride – She's A Stranger To Me Now
The Grateful Dead – Playing In The Band
Finnigan & Wood – Highway
Toto – I'll Supply The Love
Cat Stevens – Bitterblue
Charlie – She Loves To Be In Love
Trooper – Raise A Little Hell
Saga – On The Loose
Santana – All I Ever Wanted
Triumph – Hold On
Big Country – In A Big Country
Blue Cheer – Summertime Blues

Here's my playlist for the week – a long list as i had the week off (though i doubt if anyone will be interested enough to read it):

Jeff Beck – Emotion And Commotion
Sheryl Crow – Be Myself
Caro Emerald – Emerald Island
Jane Siberry – Angels Bend Closer
Dan Fogelberg – The Wild Places
Ashley Hutchings – By Gloucester Docks I Sat Down And Wept
Genesis – Foxtrot
Donovan – Sunshine Superman
Uriah Heep – The Magician's Birthday
Trigger Hippy – Trigger Hippy
Yes – Keys To Ascension
Afro Celt Sound System – Volume 2: Release
Steeleye Span – Dodgy Bastards
Martin Carthy – Crown Of Horn
Various Artists – Compil Folk 8
Katrina And The Waves – Walking On Sunshine: The Greatest Hits Of Katrina And The Waves
Jonathan Edwards – Jonathan Edwards
Procol Harum – Home
Mama's Pride – Mama's Pride
Terje Rypdal – Waves
Joan Osborne – Love And Hate
The Fray – How To Save A Life
Lyle Lovett – Pontiac
Tori Amos – Little Earthquakes
Baka Beyond – Spirit Of The Forest
Capercaillie – To The Moon
Dead Can Dance – Spleen And Ideal
Electric Light Orchestra – Early Years
FM – Black Noise
Genesis – Wind And Wuthering
Andy Irvine & Paul Brady – Andy Irvine & Paul Brady
Steeleye Span – Gone To Australia (On Tour 1975 -84)
Garmarna – Hildegard von Bingen
Iron And Wine – Woman King
Mark Knopfler – Sailing To Philadelphia
A Foot In Coldwater – A Second Foot In Coldwater
Matchbox 20 – Yourself Or Someone Like You
Kate & Anna McGarrigle – La Vache Qui Pleure
Dan Fogelberg – Live At Carnegie Hall
Rory Gallagher – Against The Grain
Genesis – The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway
David Crosby – If I Could Only Remember My Name
Kronos Quartet – Pieces Of Africa
Ian Anderson – The Secret Language Of Birds
Duke Ellington – It Don't Mean A Thing: Classic Recordings Vol. 2, 1930-1934
Harmonium – L'Heptade
Mike Batt – Tarot Suite
Maddy Prior & Tim Hart – Summer Solstice
Linda Ronstadt – Heart Like A Wheel