Another Day – Roy Harper. Two tracks from a man who carried the sixties through to the nineties.
She's the One – Roy Harper. This track is so true, I couldn’t imagine walking out. Never underestimate your loved ones.
Mirrors – Sally Oldfield. This track does what it says on the tin. Time to bask in the reflected light.
Since I Don’t Have You – Guns N Roses. I hadn’t heard this since watching the film, The adventures of buckaroo Banzai across the 8th Dimension. What a song.
Smile – lily Allan. You really have to see the video, an interesting tale.
Smoke on the Water – Deep Purple. More lyrically descriptive history lessons.
So Long, Frank Lloyd Wright – Simon and Garfunkel. Not only is the lilting tone of this track so charming, it gives insight in to the duo's life.
Somewhere Only we Know – Lily Allan. A tear evoking end to a relationship.
Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Judy Garland. When you want it so bad, even fantasy becomes a goal. How can you not buy in to the dream.
Speed King – Deep Purple. Fast, furious and great for cycling.
Gimme Some Money – Spinal Tap. It’s a joke song, I know that but is it really any less valid than the Beatles song The best things in life are free.
Stay – Hans Zimmer. This is from the film Interstellar, we went to see it three times on Imax. The culmination of this track is when Cooper is driving away from his kids possibly for ever, knowing full well it is to save there lives, every time I got to that point, I couldn’t stop from shedding a tear.