they must be all glued to their radios.
Dunno what was playing when I tuned in, but it kept me glued to my radio for 2.5 seconds.
Thanks Norrie. Currently on Vancouver Island on vacation. What have I missed?
Fantastic Billy hope you have a great time. I suspect you have not missed much...
...except the show is now being presented by Robbie Shepherd and there's a noticeable bias towards Scottish dance music. He has introduced a nightly Prog Rock slot and played a whole side of King Crimson.
I once bought a King Crimson tape and spent quite a lot of time trying to like it. I thought the long silences were intentional and only discovered belatedly that it was a faulty tape.
That's like buying a doughnut that's all hole.
That's probably this week's Krispy Kreme special. I mean what's the big deal with them? They're not even crispy.
What did Johnnie Craddock say about his wife`s doughnuts?Just come off Balcomie golf course. Off to watch the local rugby match. Might get a pint aff DC later on.
You'd be the first.
MONDAYTom & Jack, anyone?
I suppose we'll get Mount Every Climber again.
Could be a guid yin ramorra.No doubt Henri will be asking for Nantucket Sleighride again.I'll try my luck with the Kinks.
My pal Jim is a big Kinks fan and once organised a Kinks tour which started in that pub.
Blog night out for the Rollers reunion? Norrie to organise.
Better make it on a S - A - T - U - R - D - A - Y - NIGHT!Now, where did I put yon white jeans wi' the tartan seams?
Remember - ankle length.
When we were clearing out my Uncle's house recently, there, blu-tacked on the wall of the room that was my bedroom when I stayed there was a wee photo of the BCRs cut out of a newspaper. I've kept it.Jx
It's an omen.
Midge Ure sitting in next week? Means nothing to me.
If I were Midge Ure I'd brush up on my grammar before broadcasting to the nation.
That subjunctive would be wasted on him.
WEDNESDAYYet anither eighties show. Woe is we!
New Dan Baird album Get Ito On's Record Of The Week.
Sad songs ramorra.Keep it Country!
25 comments on the running theme and 10 of those from Ann Ramsay.
No' jist us who're scunnered.On a cheerier note, it ain't 'alf 'ot for October!>8-D
Catching up on the other side. Your Lancet comment made me chuckle Glen.
You'll get me the sack.
MONDAY"Bake it With You" - BreadLet's regurgitate all the old puns!>8-D
It's enough to drive you to drink...
I'm fed up with it.
Jazz tonight - should be interesting.
Whatever it was. It wasn't jazz.
They must have been looking up the wrong magazines.
Now boys no negative comments LOL.
Happy Birthday, Gaie.
Happy birthday Gaie. 21 again?
Thanks, Glen. Yes, Billy, how did you guess? Rachel Sermanni gig last night was great. Mind you, I'd have made more effort not arrive fashionably late if I'd realised it was a seated do. Tom Tyrrell who played first and sometimes along with Rachel was pretty soporific - in a good way - just that nodding off while standing is slightly hazardous. Anyhow, all credit to the Òran Mòr audience who seem to know how to shut up and listen.
Happy birthday Gaie.
thank you, it was indeed, the aurora made a grand finale to be remembered
Yup appreciated the same over the Kilpatricks on Wednesday also.
Bit of a stramash over on the dark side. Butch Miller and the Sundance Mac have got their six guns oot.
The bad boys of the blog...
And you were quick on the draw Billy, with that Johnny Hates Jazz comment.Very good!
One for Adam
Is it still 3 steps though?
Who put the bomb in the bomb b-bomb b-bomb etc.
Does my bomb look big in this?
Thats enough noo.
A night of album tracks! Thats good for a change. They'll be able to avoid the oft played singles!
It can be done after all..
Really? The Chain? Raintown? My Girl? The Look of Love? Don't You Worry 'Bout a Thing?Greatest hits, Best of, Very Best of, Essential, CD single.....maybe it sounded better than it looks.