Nobody’s Listening. No.100. 18.12.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo again, we continue.. NL. No.50. Container Drivers by The Fall. NL. No.51. Trouble by Girl Ray. NL. No.52. Don’t Play That Song by Aretha Franklin. NL. No.53. I Almost Lost My Mind by Pat Boone. NL. No.54. On Days Like These by Matt Munro. NL. No.55. … Continue reading You Never Miss A Good Thing ‘Til It’s Gone. Pt.2.
Nobody’s Listening. No.100. 18.12.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. So here we are, your final weekly playlist and blog. When I began compiling these things just over two years ago I never intended to run as long as I did, yet here we are at number 100. Various commitments dictate that it’s becoming increasingly difficult … Continue reading You Never Miss A Good Thing ‘Til It’s Gone.
Nobody’s Listening. No.99. 11.12.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. If everything has gone to plan, this weekly dollop of delights is coming to you from my native north east as we have finally completed our move back to the motherland this very day. New beginnings bring new endings however, as this is the last regular … Continue reading If I Make It Through Today, I’ll Know Tomorrow Not To Leave My Feelings Out On Display.
Nobody’s Listening. No.98. 4.12.17 Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. December already eh? 2017 has fair rattled past if you ask me, it only seems like five minutes ago that I was welcoming you to your new streamlined version of the playlist and here we are with the festive season upon us once again. Blimey. Ok, … Continue reading And You Think Love Is To Pray, But I’m Sorry, I Don’t Pray That Way.
Nobody’s Listening. No.97. 27.11.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. Firstly, apologies if this weeks commentary on your selection of superb-ness is slightly truncated. This is due to the crappy wi-fi connection in this godforsaken hotel which renders the task of putting this thing together frustrating to say the least. Nevertheless, I shall battle on to … Continue reading Judge This World Through Jaundiced Eyes. They’re Sold Too Soon And None Too Wise.
Nobody’s Listening. No.96. 20.11.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. Welcome back to your weekly portion of ten pieces of pop music accompanied by fifteen hundred or so words about them. This week you find me back on the dreaded night-shift down in Redhill, Surrey. Yet another of those nondescript commuter towns for the capital, it … Continue reading I Was In Your Arms, Thinking I Belonged There.
Nobody’s Listening. No.95. 13.11.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. Welcome back to your weekly parade of pop picks. As we reach the beginning of cold weather proper (I had to scrape the car this morning, funny how you can forget about that particular seasonal ballache) I’ve selected a few songs which may transport you to … Continue reading Take Me Out, Take Me Out Tonight. Come Light The Fire.
Nobody’s Listening. No.94. 6.11.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. It’s a pretty downbeat NL that greets you this week due to the recent loss of our faithful hound Wilson. As any pet owners will understand, our beasts are much, much more than mere animals and they leave a massive hole behind when their all too … Continue reading These Arms Of Mine, They Are Lonely. Lonely, And Feeling Blue.
Nobody’s Listening. No.93. 23.10.17 Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. There’s gonna be some sweet sounds coming down on the nightshift this week. Yes, I’m on the graveyard for the next few days so forgive me if this weeks blog comes across as a bit grumpy and/or rushed as I’m going to try and sneak in … Continue reading You’ve Got Me Walking And Talking In A Trance, In A Magic Spell Of Romance.
Nobody’s Listening. No.92. 16.10.17 Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. So, we’re almost halfway through October and speeding towards the second anniversary of NL. It only seems like five minutes since I posted that first clump of twenty tracks that I thought others might dig. We’ve seen some changes since then, including the decision to half … Continue reading Daylight, Seems Bright, Because Of Night. It’s Shade We Need So We Can See.