Sunday Brunch

February 23, 2020 - 6305 views
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The latest edition of Sunday Brunch - available for one week from publication.

As another Sunday Brunch bows down the lane like an errant tumbleweed we praise the Hedgehog King for giving us a trouble free show this week.
We featured three songs from Act I of Kate Bush, live at Hammersmith Odeon with Before The Dawn on Amps@11, Emerson lake & Palmer started the show with a fine Prog Preview and we listened to an LP for this week's featured album, Latin Quarter's Modern Times.
Here's the playlist:
1. Dixie Dregs - Take it off the Top (intro)
2. Emerson, Lake & Palmer - Pictures At An Exhibition (Prog Preview #1)
3. Electric Light Orchestra - Daybreaker (Prog Preview #2)
4. Latin Quarter - America for Beginners (Featured Vinyl Album)
5. Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - I Won’t Back Down
6. Roy Wood - Forever
7. Badly Drawn Boy - Camping Next to Water
8. Paul McCartney & Wings - Bluebird
9. Tears for Fears - Shout
10. Lifesigns - Impossible
11. Bad Company - Feel Like Making Love
12. Blur - This Is A Low
13. Oasis - Half The World Away (The Royle Family) (TTTOTW)
14. Jon Boden - I Want to Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)
15. Show of Hands - Secret World
16. REM - The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonight
17. Latin Quarter - Radio Africa (Featured Vinyl Album)
18. Kraftwerk - Pocket Calculator (Rocket III)
19. Manic Street Preachers - So Why So Sad? (Rocket III)
20. David Bowie - A Space Oddity (Rocket III)
21. The Shirehorses - Bill Oddity
22. Big Big Train - Brooklands (BBT Break)
23. Kate Bush - Lily (Amps@11)
24. Kate Bush - Running Up That Hill (Amps@11)
25. Kate Bush - King of The Mountain (Amps@11)
26. Latin Quarter - Modern Times (Featured Vinyl Album)
27. Camel - Echoes
28. Air - La Femme D’Argent
29. Project Blackbird - Sunflower
30. The Noveltones - West Bank Three (What’s On)
31. Alessi - Oh Lori (Cheeseboard)
32. Brand X - Rhesus Perplexus
Nick was the only person to correctly guess the Rocket 3 connection, well done Nick! As always if you want to know what the answer was, you'll have to listen to the podcast - available to download or listen to by clicking the button below: