Sunday Girl – Blondie. A bubbly easy track after the last, I’m given to believe it’s about a cat.
Sunday Morning – The Velvet Underground. It’s all about that relaxing time when you really have nothing to do.
Sweet About me – Gabriella Cilmi. To be reckless and abandoned, is that the right phrase? It will do, great track anyway.
Sympathy for the Devil – Guns N Roses. For some reason I tend to prefer Rolling Stone songs performed by other artists, I don’t know why it’s just the way I am.
Ride a White Swan – T Rex. Sitting distinctly alone in sound and style mark Boland starts the first of three with a song of wizardry.
We Love to Boogie – T Rex. It does what it says, no wonder it got used in the film Billy Elliot, you can't help moving to it.
20th Century Boy – T Rex. Those power chords say it all.
Soul Kitchen – The Doors. If you’ve ever got to the end of a long evening, with that hollow feeling. Then looked out the window, as the world keep running through the night. That’s this song.
The good, the bad and the ugly, but not the start the end after all just like Back to the future all the best music is kept until the last. And for this track I plundered the soundtrack to get the bit where Eli Wallach literally runs round a graveyard in search of Arch Stantion's final resting place until the scene behind him blurs, then a quick audio cut to the final three way shoot out, what a rollercoaster music from Morricone.
The Hills are Alive – Julie Andrews. A testimony to the symphony nature brings to the table.
The Lord Loves A Hanging – Ren and Stimpy. A thumping good hoe down, and prequel to the next track.
The Man With the Harmonica – Ennio Morricone. I won’t spoil the plot of this epic film Once Upon a Time in the West. But this haunting track pretty much sums up one aspect of it.