Monday, 17 April 2017

The KSHE Klassics Show, Apr. 16th, 2017

Quotation du jour: Keith Richards (on Chuck Berry) ~ He once gave me a black eye for daring to touch his guitar. Quite Right!!! I called it Chuck’s greatest Hit.

Some people (no names, please) have expressed a certain dubiety when i state that this radio program is consistently the highlight of my week. So, for the skeptics, here's a day-by-day breakdown of my week.

Monday: groceries and laundry, followed by a trip to the Beer Store and then an episode of The Big Bang Theory.

Tuesday: Came straight home after work. Ordered a Caro Emerald CD online. Had a frozen TV dinner, and watched another episode of TBBT.

Wednesday: Can't remember Wednesday. I think i went to Quiznos for a sub, and probably watched another episode of TBBT.

Thursday: I went to Kelsey's for a couple of pints. Almost every time i go there i regret it. The service is terrible, i don't like many of the people who work there. Arrived home to find that the Caro Emerald CD i ordered on Tuesday had arrived and it's a delight from start to finish, so, okay, that was a highlight.

Friday: Good Friday spent at work, earning double-time-and-a-half. Went to Kelsey's again; regretted it again. Spaghetti & meatballs for dinner and watched the DVD of "The Sweeney." It was all right but nothing more than that.

Saturday at work was pretty easy as it was my short day. I did have a bit of a laugh at the kitchen team: four hopless individuals, it was fairly busy and they were so disorganised, crashing into each other and fighting for space, it was ludicrous. Did groceries afterwards, went to The Beer Store, ordered Domino's pizza for dinner and watched an episode of "Cheers."

I rest my case. And here's the playlist:

Krokus -- Screaming In The Night
Fleetwood Mac -- Sentimental Lady
Trevor Rabin -- Finding Me A Way Back Home
Electric Light Orchestra -- Sweet Talkin' Woman
Alan Parsons Project -- I Wouldn't Want To Be Like You
Bob Dylan -- Subterranean Homesick Blues
Honeymoon Suite -- New Girl Now
Billy Joel -- The Entertainer
Pavlov's Dog -- Julia
Z.Z. Top -- Beer Drinkers And Hell Raisers
Kim Mitchell -- Go For A Soda
Michael Stanley -- In The Heartland
April Wine -- Sign Of The Gypsy Queen
Ian Gomm -- Hold On
Van Morrison -- Wild Night
Iron Butterfly -- Scorching Beauty
The Fixx -- Stand Or Fall
Icehouse -- Electric Blue
Todd Rundgren -- Love Of The Common Man
Gamma -- I'm Alive
Little Feat -- Fat Man In The Bathtub
Morning Star -- Sad Lady
The Charlie Daniels Band -- The Devil Went Down To Georgia
Cream -- Strange Brew
Touch -- When The Spirit Moves You
Steely Dan -- Time Out Of Mind
Santana -- Dance Sister Dance
The Animals -- We Gotta Get Out Of This Place
J. Geils Band -- Come Back
Supertramp -- Poor Boy
Status Quo -- Down Down
Symphonic Slam -- Modane Train
Elton John -- Harmony
Trapeze -- Black Clouds
Shooting Star -- Breakout
Robin Trower -- Day Of The Eagle
Jethro Tull -- Bourree
Survivor -- Poor Man's Son
Loggins & Messina -- Peace Of Mind
Ted Nugent -- Hey Baby

And my own personal playlist for the week:

The Albion Band – The Vice Of The People
Cat Stevens – Tea For The Tillerman
Waterson : Carthy – Broken Ground
Sharon Shannon – Each Little Thing
George Gershwin – Gershwin Plays Gershwin
Peter Gabriel – Passion
Cozy Powell – The Best Of Cozy Powell
Genesis – Nursery Cryme
Dan Fogelberg – The Innocent Age
The Beatles –  Beatles For Sale
Judy Collins – Judith
John Kirkpatrick – Going Spare
Annie Haslam – Annie In Wonderland
Sparks – Hello Young Lovers
Thunder – Behind Closed Doors
ABBA – Voulez-Vous
Terje Rypdal – Waves
Caro Emerald – The Shocking Miss Emerald
Big Wreck – Grace Street
Mike Batt – Tarot Suite
Rod Stewart – Never A Dull Moment
Procol Harum – Home
Runrig – The Stamping Ground
Happy Rhodes – Warpaint
June Tabor – Aqaba
Roger McGuinn – Cardiff Rose
Talking Heads – Fear Of Music
The Rolling Stones – Their Satanic Majesties Request
Dick Gaughan – Handful Of Earth
Radiohead – Amnesiac
Dan Fogelberg – Windows And Walls
Steve Reich – Drumming
Mike Oldfield – Ommadawn
David Crosby – If I Could Omly Remember My Name

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