Here’s another request from Allston. Check out Flash And The Pan with “Walking In The Rain.”
Here’s another random musical memory. Enjoy “Forever Yours” by Tony Terry.
Allston is back with another request. Here’s “Life’s What You Make It” by Talk Talk.
I can’t believe it’s been 20 years since Edie Brickell’s wonderful Picture Perfect Morning album came out. Here’s “Another Woman’s Dream” from that record.
Here’s another great request from Allson: Curtis Mayfield‘s “Move On Up.”
Enjoy an upbeat tune from one of my favorite bands, Band of Horses. Here’s “Laredo.”
Michael Wudtke sent in this request: “I’ve listened to Pat Metheny since the late 70s and seen the band live a couple of times. Here they are with ‘Last Train Home.’ Enjoy.”
Here’s another request from Allston. Enjoy “Red Streamliner” by Little Feat.
Markham Pyle writes in with a great request for “a superb little number that is Carolina beach music here & Northern Soul in the UK.” Here’s “I Ain’t Going Nowhere” by Jr. Walker & The All Stars.
Michael Wudtke writes in: “Todd Agnew is a Christian artist who has a blues/folks slant to things.” Check out “In The Middle Of Me.”
Michael Wudtke shared this request: “Digging through my 45s, I came across this old gem. Who remembers The Flying Lizards?” Here’s a reminder: their take on “Money (That’s What I Want).” Enjoy!
Philip Winsor requested some classic Blood Sweat & Tears. Here’s “I Love You More Than You’ll Ever Know.”
I heard this song for the first time in a long time the other day, and it brought back a lot of memories. Check out “Nearly Lost You” by Screaming Trees.
Michael Wudtke writes about his request, “This was covered by many people. The original is still the best.” Enjoy Blue Cheer’s version of “Summertime Blues.”
Don Sucher has written in with a request for “Always Always” by The Abstracts. Enjoy!
Here’s one of my favorite songs from the 80s. Check out “Crazy” by Icehouse.
Here’s another great request from Allston. Groove along to “Star” by Earth, Wind, & Fire.
Here’s another request from Allston. Check out Emerson, Lake, & Palmer with “Fanfare For The Common Man.”
Here’s a nice track from Atlanta-based Americana outfit Sleepy Turtles. Enjoy “Nature’s Hymn.”
Here’s another request from Allston. Check out “A Million Miles Away” by The Plimsouls.
I wanted to find a live version, but no such luck, so the original will have to do…enjoy!
David Rabinovitz has written in with the following request: “Please consider featuring this spoken word jazz piece for comment.It has elicited a wide range of politically engaged interpretations,variously linking the work to the mind of David Horowitz and/or William Burroughs. Thank You.” Here’s “Psychedelic Steppenwolves” by Dave Rubin.