"Blue Moon"Liam Gallagher version please!
have you heard the Dylan version?
Dont tell me he's a City fan too is he?
The Who - "However Much I Booze"
It must be Don & Phil for the hair alone.
Ah! The pompadour! About to be seen in all its glory in the new film about Liberace, I fancy.
Difficult to keep up. I believe he had help.
No "Glory Days", Norrie?Classic song about lost youth.
Los Angeloser - Meat LoafMad mental video, smashin' wee song!David Bowie documentary, BBC2, Saturday, 21:20Not that anyone here'll be interested...
All style - no substance
The ultimate loser song Locomotive Breath
anybody wantin a bit o ma tea lol..........i didn't know about the horror in london when i mentioned i'd be singing with the choir next sunday......the hero ride will go ahead and i'm sure we'll still be singing...here's why........one of the greatest ever speeches made by a politician.........http://news.bbc.co.uk/local/london/hi/people_and_places/newsid_8777000/8777643.stmcheers frae the dale
Right up there with the Gettysburg address
It's 45 years since rivers of blood
....and half an hour till Coronation Street
It's was Mike Baldwin on Corrie not Stanley
Its 35 years since Rivers of Babylon topped the charts (POTPs last Saturday).
You'd have liked pick of the pops on Beeb4 tonight they played out with this http://youtu.be/I4bqACNrVqs
They never did!!
He's opening the new Hydro arena on 30 September (if it's finished). Tickets on sale now. There isn't one act booked I would like to see.
Oh Christ here comes the bucket list.
I have signed up for Mott The Hoople at the Armadillo in November on their Fixodent Tour.
You'll be catchin' up with our Norman then?
Sir Norman Foster?Yon Hydro looks like a Flying Saucer forced to crash-land.
I thought it was a new waltzer
Wall of Death more like
Ken Livingstone only calls terrorists terrorists when they terrorise Londoners.
I always get him mixed up with that guy with the guide dog.
I wonder how cross-dressing marathon runner Eddie Izzard will get on as mayor. He's got a lot in common with Bryan.
Europhiles?Nelson Mandela fans?Comedians?Speaking of guide dogs...
Ginger Baker .. evidence on twitter
@bryanb1965: A retro Black Forest gateau was my entry for 'cake club' at work today. http://t.co/DWnnnpxKPm
What a life they lead!
Have you seen his Battenberg?
Confused with https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=poster+scandal&client=safari&hl=en&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=my6fUcmkDM-GhQfVgoD4Bw&ved=0CAgQ_AUoAQ&biw=568&bih=208#biv=i%7C7%3Bd%7CADRQHqyqQum_aM%3A
Often copied but have they got the chair right?
Monday's theme must have been chosen by Adam.
Re:ThursdayA multi-instrumentalist is a musician who plays two or more musical instruments with some degree of proficiency.If Wikipedia says so, it must be true!Mmmm. Michael Marra, maybe. (They won't play Ian Anderson).
Flute and pink oboe?
Didnae kain you fancied Liberace Adam. There ye go.DC
If he does, he's too late
HELP! I'm @ the airport on an Easyjet to Stansted.. I hate birthday surprises & being a figure of fun for the wife
That's not what he told you last night.
The flight is Manchester bound, but will no doubt be diverted to Stansted, with an R.A.F. escort.
GIO compilation .. Beat It ~ Wacko Jacko
Well minded SG! Indeed, my first album purchase was Arcade's 20 Fantastic Hits.I think we should come up with the definitive GIO compilation album. Twenty tracks for the "Now Thats What I Call Get It On" LP.(Other titles are available)Then Metro Sex or Julie Tsook can put it on F***book and get the Erics in a flutter.
Off tae Embry for son's stag do. Emdy likely to be in Rose Street?DC
Going on subway run for stag do, could end up anywhere.
If it's a Clockwork Orange theme night you could end up in H.M.P. Barlinnie!
It would be easy to come up with 5 each from Queen, Blondie, Cash and The Ps, so max two tracks per artist.
Criteria? I'll steal one from Norrie, who will probably suggest Smiffs songs anyway.Wasteland of the Free - Iris DeMentA surprising number of Jethro Tull songs have been played on the show over the years. I assume we must suggest songs which have been played on the show. Bob Harris's favourite - Life is a Long Song - Jethro TullOne for Senga,Heaven - DoA lovely cover of the Bryan Adams classic.One which has been played several times, although not recently - For You - Judie TzukeRat'll do rinoo.
OK I'll get things moving. Poor old Billy has probably called in his secretary for a bit of overtime..."Since Youv'e Been Gone" Rainbow"Bicycle Race" - Queen"Jackson" - Johnny Cash"Call Me" - Blondie"500 Miles" - Proclaimers"Oliver's Army" - Elvis Costello"Angel of Harlem" - U2"Rio" - Duran Duran
I'm boycotting Declan MacManus, and I refuse to listen to U2(I can listen to With or Without You sometimes, depending on my mood).I don't want to play any more.girnin' git
This is played more often:"Hurt" - Johnny Cash. A secretary? I wish.
surely we don't ever want to listen to any of them again, this is a wee CD for GIO listeners to play when they're picking up the weans from brownies before going home to rhubarb risotto with chilli chick peas and mange-tout mash.Swim till You Can't Reach Land - Frightened RabbitLondon's Calling - The ClashThis Charming Man - SmithsWalking on Broken Glass - Annie LennoxWalking on the Moon - the PoliceThin Lizzy - the Boys are Back in Town
Gaie,The inclusion of Thin Lizzy in a list of songs we never again wish to hear is a provocative provocation designed to provoke a response from the Southern hemisphere.Besides, you forgot The Beach Boys.
Hmm. Forgot about that, don't want to risk him putting a stone through ma windae on his way down to Inverkip. Scrub TL, substitute Lieutenant Pigeon.
Ah'll no be provoked...I'll give you your Smiths, Clash and Police. Is that the Annie Lennox track to go with though?Adding"Dont Stop Me Now" - Queenand"Touched By your Presence Dear" - BlondieConsidering"Somewhere in My Heart" - Aztec Camera"The Beat" - The Look"Modern Love" - David BowieTrying to think of the most played Adam and the Ants track.
Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This) - The Eurythmics They can't spell rhythm
On Annie Lennox I'd go for 'Why?'. I just don't get the fuss about Freightened Rabbit - great inclusion Gaie.Eh.. Dignity?
How did the stag night go, DC?I met this bunch on the way to time. Glasgow's going downhill.
I think it went well. Though the idea of having 8 legs of venison on a stag night didnae work. It wis two deer.
What's a few bucks if you've got the doe?
How about "Clouds Across the Moon"?
Springsteen - Hungry Heart on too often.