Mostly Summer Show Playlist w/c 8th November 2018

 Welcome to another edition of Mostly Summer Starting this hour with a few from the year 1993 exploring the artist’s album and not playing the usual suspect., a varied selection of new ones, and some from album’s released earlier this year that you and I may have missed.

Hour 1

 San Francisco Days is the fourth album by Chris Isaak, released in 1993. 

Track: Round ‘N’ Round

 Lindesfarne 1993 Elvis Lives On The moon

Track: Don’t Leave Me Tonight

 Morten Harket  is a Norwegian vocalist and musician, best known as the lead singer of the synthpop/rock band A-ha,

Poetenes Evangelium is an album by Norwegian singer Morten Harket. It is his first solo album.

Track: Hymne Til Josef

 Gravity’s Rainbow is the ninth studio album and tenth album overall by American singer Pat Benatar. It was released in 1993 

Track: Kingdom Key

 Runrig were a Scottish Celtic rock band formed on the Isle of Skye,Scotland in 1973. Amazing Things is a 1993 album, the eighth by Scottish Celtic rock band Runrig.

Track: Song of the Earth

 Too Long in Exile is the twenty-second studio album by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison.

Track: Too Long In Exile

Harbor Lights was the fourth album by Bruce Hornsby and was released in 1993. It was the first album credited solely to Hornsby, without his previous backing band, The Range

Track:  The Tide Will Rise

 A Century Ends is the debut studio album by musician David Gray, originally released in April 1993

Track: It’s All Over

 Wired is Hugh Cornwell‘s third solo album. It was released on 21 June 1993 

Track: Story of He and She

 Songs from the Mirror is the third solo album by Scottish singer-songwriter Fish, released in 1993  It does not contain any original material; instead it is a cover album featuring Fish’s versions of songs by artists who inspired him before his career started.

Track: I Know What I Like (genesis selling England by the pound)

 Ten Summoner’s Tales is the fourth solo studio album by the English rockmusician Sting

Track: Something The Boy Said


 Thousand Roads is the third solo studio album by the rock artist David Crosby, a founding member of Crosby, Stills, and Nash. It was released on in 1993 

Track: Coverage

 Hour 2

 Clark Twain – “Tiny Windows” from album Life is Wonderful

If you think the name is too good to be true – you’d be right. It’s a moniker for Austin, Texas musician Clark Nowlin. This is his debut solo album, and will be released on 18th November.

Jodi Phillis – “Truth and the Way” from album Becoming 

An Australian singer-songwriter who is a member of the Sydney based indi-rock band The Clouds. She also keeps a parallel solo career of a more acoustic nature, and has released five albums, including this, which is out now.

Mark Knopfler – “Back On The Dance Floor” from album Down The Road Wherever

Here’s another pre-release track from the man’s ninth solo album, which will be released on 16th November.

Shrewsbury singer/songwriter Dan Owen has been plucking away at his guitar since he was eight years old. his album Stay Awake with Me.

Track: Made To Love You.

 Woman to Woman sees a unique and timeless collaboration between three of the UK’s most celebrated female Singer-Songwriters. Judie TzukeBeverley Craven and Julia Fordham

Track: Cowboy

 Hatti Briggs has re-recorded her successful album Young Runaway adding strings and various other instruments

Track: On Your Way

 Breabach is a Scottish folk music band , their 6th album Frenzy of the Meeting

Track: Winter Winds

 The Bootleg Series Vol. 14: More Blood, More Tracks is an installment in the ongoing Bob Dylan Bootleg Series

Track: Tangled Up In Blue

Hugh Cornwall and his 9th Solo album Monster

Track: Don’t Bring Harry

 Daminek from their 2nd Album In Flight, They will be touring the UK in November with Southern Empire and coming to the Vic in Swindon on 27th November

Track: Moon Catcher

 Southern Empire from Australia who are touring with Damanek a track from their debut album Southern Empire

Track: Dreams and Machines


 Bennett Wilson Poole

Track: Hate Won’t Win