Per Gessle posts his own song(s) of the day every day and informs all his follwers about music events he took part in. I thought it would’ve been nice to have all these interesting informations in one place.
YouTube links are coming later on.
Of course, it’s going to be updated.
Ruby, don’t take your love to town. Kenny Rogers. Great beard.
Evil hearted Ada. The Flamin’ Groovies. Used to play this a lot with the GT-lads late 70’s.
Fleet Foxes are quite good.
Sunday treat: Found my old Paperback writer/Rain 7″-single!!! (Info to all you young people: It’s by The Beatles!). My God, it sounds good!
Cars. Gary Numan.
@tevensso Excellent choice, sir!
(tevensso: Song of the night: It Never Rains in Southern California – Albert Hammond)
Outstanding song of the day: Urge for going. Joni Mitchell.
Telstar. The Tornados.
Forever young. Dylan. Live at David Letterman 1993. It’s on YouTube. http://bit.ly/rq4CX
Red balloon.Tim Hardin.
Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood. Did you ever.
Have you seen her. The Chi-Lites. Magnificent.
Can’t make up my mind between L’important c’est la rose/Gilbert Becaud & Making plans for Nigel/XTC. Can you?
Waiting on a friend. The Rolling Stones. Made for the shade.
Somebody to love. Brad Newman. There’s a Swedish version as well. Någon att hålla i hand. Sven-Ingvars. Almost as good.
Sweet Tuesday song of the day: Steve Miller Band: Fly like an eagle. Sounds old. And young.
I don’t like Mondays. Boomtown Rats. Never liked that one. Manic Monday. Bangles. There you go.
Sunday Ditty of the Day: Sally Simpson by the Who. It’s on Tommy.
Duncan. Paul Simon. A masterpiece, never liked the flutes, though….
Billie Jean. MJ. Outstanding. Unbelievably good.
Hard to handle. Patti Drew. They don’t do ’em like this anymore!
Invisible to her. Brainpool. -“And all the boys are goin’ aaaah!”. Brilliant!
A man without love. Engelbert Humperdinck. You need music like this once in a while.
Donovan. Hey Gyp (Dig the Slowness).
AC/DC last nite. Excellent popcorn!
Fresh strawberries and Bend me, Shape me (American Breed). Flavours of the day.
Anything by Erik Satie…………………………………
Neanderthal man. Hotlegs. Cheers.
She’s so high. Tal Bachman. Hated it on the radio a couple of years ago. Love it now. Is there a lesson to be learned from this?
Watched quite terrible David Bowie-DVD “Plastic soul review” last nite. However, song of the day must be his Young Americans. Superb!
Rebel yell. Billy Idol. Purrfect. Followed by All the way to Reno. REM. When they’re good they’re outstanding.
I love the nu Jonas Akerlund-video. Lady Gaga’s Paparazzi. www.raf.se is where it’s at. Don’t know what’s happening but I like the song too.
“Goin’ back”. The Byrds.
Sunshine on the westcoast! BBQ and old Jethro Tull.
The Sounds new album sounds very good.
Saturday in the park. Chicago. Ha ha ha ha ……
Playing “Hold me” from Russell Smith’s first solo album (on vinyl!!!). Produced by Barry Beckett & Co. Brilliant!
Barry Beckett dies. Such a shame. Extraordinary musician. Muscle Shoals. Check out, f i, Paul Simon’s There goes rhymin’ Simon. A treat.
The Friday Take-Off: Believe I’ve found/Soundtrack Of Our Lives. Beautiful. Beautiful. Beautiful.
Reading a most fab book: “Bob Dylan – The songs he didn’t write”. About the covers he’s recorded & performed. A thrill.
Can’thelpbutthinkin that Basse Wickman’s Son of Cathy’s Clown is the best Swedish single ever! Such a great voice (nevermindtheKnopflergtr)
Anders F. Rönnblom “Jag kysste henne våldsamt”. Pump up the volume!!!!
“Walking out on love ” Paul Collins’ Beat + “Supersonic” Oasis. It’s one of those mornings…
Just like a woman. Bob Dylan. Live 1966 Royal Albert Hall. Some of the most beautiful music ever made.
Song of the afternoon: Harley-Davidson, sung with love & affection by Brigitte B.
Cry baby cry from The White Album. I never quite got over the fact that the Beatles broke up.
Never gonna give you up – Rick Astley. The 80’s are underrated!
BOHEMIAN LIKE YOU The Dandy Warhols. Should be played every Saturday morning!
“Dizzy” Tommy Roe. Makes you wanna dance with the cornflakes.
Just came back from Sthlm Stadion. Bruce sounded terrific, he even played Who’ll stop the rain but Gabriel & me were freezing our asses off!
“Feel like makin’ love”. Roberta Flack. Awesome.
Someone is playing “Broken down angel” by Nazareth. Haven’t heard that one for years. Must be this crazy neighbourhood….
Ain’t it strange/Patti Smith Group. Fantastic. Can you believe Gyllene Tider played this -78? I made a Swedish translation. And we played John Cale’s “Helen of Troy”. “Flicka av guld” was the Swedish title if I remember it right… Got it on cassette somewhere..
“Snow angel” by Ron Sexsmith. Just what we need for summer!
Peter Bruntnell’s version of “Waterloo sunset”. Just dandy!
Additonal suggestion: Whatever happened to my rock’n roll. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Makes you wake up.
Mothers’ Day. Song of the day: Take your mama for a ride. Lulu. 1976. Swell.
“Dreams are ten a penny” by Kincade. Great production, great song!
I just listened to Washington County by Arlo Guthrie. i loved that album as a kid, it still sounds like I remember it. Great sleeve too!
Almost song of the day: Dick Mixon’s wonderful remix of “Silly really”. He’s so talented, folks, you wouldn’t believe it!
“Everybody’s got to learn sometime” by the Korgis. Beautiful.
Bo Diddley on the iPod. Oh yea.
Forgot about how overwhelming and ass-kicking Bowies’ Ziggy Stardust is! Oh man, play it again, please!
More Steve M! Check this out & get blown away: http://bit.ly/10KsPJ OUTSTANDING!!!!
No, haven’t seen Madonna since Paris 200?. However, got tcts to the Gbg show! She was at our gig at the Beacon, NYC 1992!
Checking out Small Faces on youtube. “Tin soldier” is on my Top 10 best-song- ever-list. There will never be another Steve Marriott!!
Mama said by Nick Lowe is from “E.P.” Pretty hard to find these days. Good luck with it.
B-fast in the sun, Josh Rouse & Little Richard on the iPod, great Indy race last nite. Awopbopaloo.
Meetings are up. Headin’ for New Jersey and Springsteen’s hometown-show. Sean Penn in the hotel lobby. We all love him.
Brooze in New Jersey last nite was a mesmerizing experience. I like Radio Nowhere for some reason. The crowd was the best I’ve seen.
I like Brooze when he’s showing off his pop side. Cover me, Hungry heart, Wauting on a sunny day, I don’t like Rosalita & Jungleland. Sorry.
Someone next door is playing Dr Hook’s version of “Only sixteen”. What a great idea!!!
Xllent choice of music, Gabriel! Kim Fowley’s behind B. Bumble & Co! Kool kat indeed!
Keith Urban on the iPod? I met him in the gym at the Bev Hills Hotel a couple of weeks ago. Nice guy, b-ful wife!