Nobody’s Listening. No.73 1.5.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. How are you this week? Good? Good. Hopefully this weeks selections will maintain that spring in your step as we hurtle into another bank holiday weekend. If this schizo weather sorts itself out the following ten tracks could be the perfect accompaniment to a few snags … Continue reading I Was So Inspired By The Grass, And The Street, And The Barbed Wire.
Nobody’s Listening No.72. 24.4.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. Hope you all enjoyed your break and are suitably sick of chocolate. Whilst you were enjoying your families and eggs, I have spent the past two weeks scowling at the railway. Rest easy, my bad mood hasn’t influenced this weeks selection of sounds. In fact, there’s … Continue reading She Found Orion At Last And Then, She Found He Was Just Like Other Men.
Nobody’s Listening. No.71. 17.4.17 Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. I mentioned last time that I wasn’t sure if I would be able to find the opportunity to furnish your lugs with a playlist this week but I’ve managed to squeeze one in for you. As you’re all probably busy with the annual egg-exchange day celebrations, … Continue reading What’s Going On?
Nobody’s Listening. No.70. 10.4.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. Welcome once again to your weekly wad of tremendous tunes. Deafness sitch is a bit better this week, hopefully I’ll be back to 100% very soon. Speaking of the old Britney’s, Your lugs are in for specially selected treats including a good chunk of fairly recent … Continue reading Lately I Remember Afternoons Of Smoke And Wine.
Nobody’s Listening. No.69. 3.4.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. Pardon? Oh, I thought you were talking to me. Yes, my ongoing aural troubles took another shitty turn this week with the introduction of tinnitus and total hearing loss in my right ear-ole. Smashing, just smashing. Nevertheless, as I mentioned last week, even my diminished listening … Continue reading There Is Sad And There Is Happy, It Will Be Happy This Time.
Nobody’s Listening. No.68. 27.3.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. Still no change on the dizzy front, but you don’t come here to find out about my medical condition, you come here for the sounds, man. And what sounds do we have for you this week? Another mixed bag of delights, that’s what. We have modern … Continue reading Let Me Introduce Myself To You. Let Me Show You Just What I Can Do.
Nobody’s Listening. No.67. 20.3.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. A couple of minor changes this week. You may have noticed (read:didn’t at all) that I’ve re-named the blog to create ‘Brand Synergy’ urgh, and, ooh look, we’ve got a shiny new font! Unfortunately, there’s still no change with my bad heed situation but that hasn’t … Continue reading You Say That There’s A Thousand Like You. Maybe That’s True.
Nobody’s Listening. No.66. 13.3.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. It’s a poorly sick Nobody’s Listening that greets you this week as I’m currently in the grip of a particularly nasty bout of vertigo. But enough of my ailments, what’s in store this week I hear all six-twelve of you cry? Well, among other delights we … Continue reading Like A Soft Salacious Mist You Are, Bonita, You Fly Away When Love Is New.
Nobody’s Listening. No.65. 6.3.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. and welcome, my lovelies, to another portion of top pop picks and some thrown together musings. What’s in the bag this week Andrew? Well, I’ll tell you, we have a pedal steel master, a Scandinavian troubadour and a sixties debut from a seventies pop starlet, among … Continue reading This Old World May Never Change, The Way It’s Been.
Nobody’s Listening. No.64. 27.2.17. Nobody’s Listening Facebook Page. Hullo. These Fridays are rolling around quicker than ever. It only seems like five minutes since I last gifted you with ten pop picks. Roll on says I. The quicker we banish these dark nights and start enjoying those beautiful early spring days, the better. This weeks … Continue reading If Every Word I Said Could Make You Laugh, I’d Talk Forever.