The British Breakfast presents:

I’d say between 1964 and 1985ish? Culled from my record collection with many deep cuts never played and a few faves through the eons. Cheers Gene and hey, that’s me in 1961 doing what I love most.

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    Time: January 12 - 5:01:00 am
  • The Moody Blues, “Om (Remastered 2018)”

    from In Search Of The Lost Chord (50th Anniversary Edition / Deluxe)

    UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) - 1968

  • Time: January 12 - 5:11:52 am
  • Kevin Ayers, “Decadence (2003 Remastered Version)”

    from Bananamour

    Parlophone UK - 1973

  • Time: January 12 - 5:20:02 am
  • The Pretty Things, “L.S.D.”

    from Get the Picture?

    Snapper Music - 1965

  • Time: January 12 - 5:22:02 am
  • The Hollies, “Don't Ever Think About Changing (Mono) [1999 Remastered Version]”

    from For Certain Because (Expanded Edition)

    Rhino - 1966

  • Time: January 12 - 5:30:15 am
  • The Honeycombs, “Something I Got to Tell You”

    from The Best of the Honeycombs

    Parlophone UK - 1965

  • Time: January 12 - 5:32:39 am
  • Petula Clark, “You'd Better Come Home”

    from Downtown - The Best of Petula Clark

    Sanctuary Budget - 1965

  • Time: January 12 - 5:35:34 am
  • Herman's Hermits, “The Man With the Cigar (2002 Remastered Version)”

    from The Very Best of Herman's Hermits

    Parlophone UK - 1965

  • Time: January 12 - 5:38:34 am
  • Kaleidoscope, “Mr. Small the Watch-Repairer Man”

    from Tangerine Dream

    UMC (Universal Music Catalogue) - 1967

  • Time: January 12 - 5:44:18 am
  • The Flying Lizards, “Tv”

    from The Flying Lizards

    Caroline Records - 1979

  • Time: January 12 - 5:47:18 am
  • The Dukes of Stratosphear, “Tin Toy Clockwork Train”

    from 25 O'Clock

    Ape - 1985

  • Time: January 12 - 5:48:18 am
  • Rod Stewart, “I'd Rather Go Blind”

    from Never a Dull Moment

    Mercury - 1972

  • Time: January 12 - 5:55:18 am
  • Mott the Hoople, “Born Late '58”

    from The Hoople (Bonus Track Version)

    Columbia/Legacy - 1974

  • Time: January 12 - 6:02:18 am
  • Traffic, “House for Everyone”

    from Mr. Fantasy (Deluxe Edition) [Remastered]

    Universal/Island - 1967

  • Time: January 12 - 6:04:24 am
  • The Tremeloes, “Even the Bad Times Are Good”

    from Here Comes My Baby: The Ultimate Collection

    Sanctuary Records - 1967

  • Time: January 12 - 6:06:59 am
  • The Lover Speaks, “No More I Love Yous”

    from The Lover Speaks

    A&M - 1986

  • Time: January 12 - 6:11:59 am
  • Colin Blunstone, “Say You don't Mind”

    from one year

    Legacy Recordings - 1971

  • Time: January 12 - 6:21:21 am
  • Ian Dury & The Blockheads, “Dance of the Screamers”

    from Do It Yourself (Deluxe Edition)

    Demon - 1979

  • Time: January 12 - 6:27:01 am
  • XTC, “helicopter”

    from Drums and Wires

    Virgin Records - 1979

  • Time: January 12 - 6:30:56 am
  • Fleetwood Mac, “I Loved Another Woman”

    from Fleetwood Mac

    Warner Bros. - 1968

  • Time: January 12 - 6:33:51 am
  • Wishbone Ash, “Alone”

    from Pilgrimage

    Geffen* - 1971

  • Time: January 12 - 6:43:51 am
  • Manfred Mann, “It's Gonna Work out Fine”

    from The Five Faces of Manfred Mann

    East Central One - 1964

  • Time: January 12 - 6:46:26 am
  • The Move, “(Here We Go Round) The Lemon Tree”

    from Move (2007 Remaster)

    Fly Records - 1968

  • Time: January 12 - 6:49:40 am
  • Manfred Mann's Earth Band, “Pluto the Dog”

    from Solar Fire

    Cohesion - 1973

  • Time: January 12 - 6:52:28 am
  • The Incredible String Band, “Air”

    from Wee Tam

    Rhino/Elektra - 1968

  • Time: January 12 - 6:55:28 am
  • Marmalade, “Mr Lion”

    from There's a Lot of It About (Original Recordings)

    Union Square Music - 1968

108 January 12th, 2019

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