Melodic Randomiser: Isolation Radio, day thirty two.

Into the second full month of the Isolation Radio show now and the Melodic Randomiser has picked a real corker to start us off today.

The world lost a great rock and roll star when Malcolm Young died three years ago, but “If You Want Blood (You’ve Got It)” is him and his brother Angus at their thundering best. Here’s AC/DC, from the classic 1979 album, Highway to Hell

Taking a hard left turn away from heavy riffing now, with some gentle string quartet accompaniment to David Byrne‘s “Finite=Alright” from 1997’s Feelings album.

And staying with a more chilled vibe to end today’s playlist, here’s a song from 2016 by Australian synth-pop duo, Empire of the Sun, this is “There’s No Need” and its rather nicely made unofficial video, from the Two Vines album.

That should leave you both invigorated and relaxed, enabling you to enjoy the rest of your Sunday and look forward to more tunes tomorrow.

Have a lovely day and be groovy to each other.



Melodic Randomiser: Isolation Radio, day four.

Ok, I think you’ve got the idea now, so without further ado here are the next three offerings from the Melodic Randomiser to soundtrack your secluded Sunday.

Firstly, Cage the Elephant, with “Black Widow” from their Melophobia album…

…after which we are treated to the sample-pilfering delights of The Avalanches and the lead single from Wildflower, the joyously upbeat “Frankie Sinatra”.

And we round the fourth foray into the playback pick ‘n’ mix which is the Isolation radio show, with the late, great Tom Petty.

Here’s a song from an album which is high up on my list of all time favourites, Full Moon Fever, “A Mind With a Heart of its Own”.

Keep on keeping on and I’ll return tomorrow with more random choices from the next jukebox shuffle session.



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