BONUS POSTING : 58 AND A BIT MINUTES OF OLD FAVOURITIES

Really finding it hard to get motivated right now. Maybe it is the cold weather and the eternally dark mornings and nights. Maybe it is the growing sense of unease and anger at the fact Trump takes over the White House in seven days time. Maybe it is the fact my favourite football team are in a slump at the moment and show no signs of emerging back into winning ways. Maybe it is down to worrying about Mrs Villain being unwell just now and awaiting soon the results of some tests carried out last week at the wonderful NHS hospital just up the road from here.

More than likely its a combination of all of the above.

So when I got in from work a couple of hours back I just wanted to find solace in some old songs and in doing so wanted to pull something together that I can listen to on trains and buses this next few days without having to concentrate too much such is their familiarity. Feel free to listen in.

mp3 : Various – The Musical Equivalent of Comfort Food

Tracklist

This Is Pop? – XTC
Asylums In Jerusalem – Scritti Politti
Candyskin – Fire Engines
Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick – Ian Dury & The Blockheads
Only Love Can Break Your Heart – Saint Etienne
Superstition – Stevie Wonder
I Can’t Stand Up For Falling Down – Elvis Costello & The Attractions
I Wanna Be Sedated – Ramones
Town Called Malice – The Jam
Don’t Talk To Me About Love – Altered Images
Felicity – Orange Juice
No Bulbs – The Fall
Common People – Pulp
Everyday Is Like Sunday – Morrissey
Ladykillers – Lush
Kennedy – The Wedding Present
Ain’t That Enough? – Teenage Fanclub

Enjoy.

10 thoughts on “BONUS POSTING : 58 AND A BIT MINUTES OF OLD FAVOURITIES

  1. That’s a lovely selection. Walking around the local Morrisons this morning, I was amazed to hear Everyday Is Like Sunday playing out over the instore radio. Seems somehow very apt for Morrisons…

  2. JC, long time. all the best to you and your missus, I poke my head in every so often, the old place still smells the same!

  3. Best wishes to Mrs. V. That’s a top selection. My eldest (18) made me smile – telling me about this great song he’s been listening to this week – Town Called Malice! I might just get him to listen to all of that playlist.

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