Sunday Brunch

February 16, 2020 - 6180 views
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The latest edition of Sunday Brunch - available for one week from publication.

Another stormy Sunday, and while we didn't have a power cut this week the internet was rather patchy.

The podcast is solid from beginning to end though, and in the show you can hear a Prog Preview that celebrates the 40th anniversary of the release of Mike Rutherford's debut solo album, playing the 'Smallcreep's Day' Suite. You can  also new music from Friends of Gavin and Lifesigns, as well asa a selection of tracks from this week's classic vinyl album, Carlos Santana's seminal 'Abraxas',  

Here's the playlist:

1.

Dixie Dregs

Take it off the Top (intro)

2.

Mike Rutherford

The Smallcreep’s Day Suite (Prog Preview)

3.

Creedence Clearwater Revival

Who Stopped the Rain

4.

Keane

Sunshine

5.

Kursaal Flyers

Little Does She Know

6.

Santana

Black Magic Woman (Featured Vinyl Album)

7.

Latin Quarter

Radio Africa

8.

Peter Gabriel

Here Comes the Flood

9.

Johnny Nash

I Can See Clearly Now

10.

Kodaline

In A Perfect World (Gogglebox) (TTTOTW)

11.

Lazlo Bane with Colin Hay

Overkill

12.

Friends Of Gavin

Scarborough Fair

13.

Talk Talk

Living in Another World

14.

The Beatles

I Am The Walrus (Rocket III)

15.

Supertramp

Hide in Your Shell (Rocket III)

16.

Ronnie Laine

The Poacher (Rocket III)

17.

Santana

Oye Como Va (Featured Vinyl Album)

18.

Big Big Train

The London Plane Sequence (BBT Break)

19.

REM

Turn You Inside Out (Amps@11)

20.

REM

Drive (Amps@11)

21.

REM

The One I Love (Live)

22.

Lifesigns

Impossible

23.

The Crandells

Summers Coming

24.

Tin Spirits

Summer Now

25.

Was (Not Was)

Papa Was A Rolling Stone

26.

Deacon Blue

City of Love

27.

Santana

Samba Pa Ti (Featured Vinyl Album)

28.

The Bardic Depths

Depths of Time (The Flicker)

29.

Deacon Blue

City of Love

30.

The Doors

Riders on The Storm

 Les, Angus and Jean correctly guessed the Rocket 3 connection, but as always, if you want to find out what the answer was you'll need to listen to the podcast.

 We're hoping to upload the podcast for early this afternoon, internet and power cuts permitting...