Weekly Update 7

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Yet another week of Isolation, Confinement whatever we call it. Hope your still in good spirits,safe & well.

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Day 47 Playlist

R.I.P Little Richard Richard Wayne Penniman (December 5, 1932 – May 9, 2020), better known as Little Richard, was an American singer, songwriter, and musician. Enough said.

Day 46 Playlist

Saturday Night Boogie Night Here we go again its dance night tonights mix is from the 80’s ? or around that time some quite popular tunes to get you up and on your feet enjoy.

Day 45 Playlist

60`s Friday once again Here where are again Friday start of weekend, Friday Bank Holiday for the VE Day celebration, unfortunately the one thing we cannot do is go out and party in our usual way, however we can stay home & party in different ways which may include enjoying yet more cracking tunes from […]

Day 44 Playlist

Brit Pop Part 3 Brit Pop Part 3 still leaving the two main Britsers out of the list here are is another selection which still sound good today & definitely well worth more airplay is there more to come ?

Day 43 Playlist

Grunge Day Easy way to describe today Playlist is to use Wikipedia definition. Grunge is a rock music genre and subculture that emerged during the mid-1980s in the Pacific Northwest U.S. state of Washington, particularly in Seattle and nearby towns. The early grunge movement revolved around Seattle’s independent record label Sub Pop and the region’s […]

Day 42 Playlist

In Memory of Dave Greenfield The Stranglers Sadly today’s playlist is in memory of the Keyboard player in the Punk/New Wave band The Stranglers who died on Sunday 3rd May aged of 71 after testing positive for Covid-19. R.I.P Dave.

Day 41 Playlist

Trip Back to the 70’s to Start the Week Let’s go on a journey back in time to the mixed up 70`s where Progressive Rock, Glam Rock and Pop, from tracks which lasted the whole side of an Album to the glitter and spangle of Glam Rock, to Pop stars lip syncing badly on a […]

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